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    Jam Session: The Ishibashi Foundation Collection × Shibata Toshio × Suzuki Risaku, Photography and Painting: From Cézanne Shibata Toshio and Suzuki Risaku

    29 April [Fri] - 10 July [Sun], 2022

    About this exhibition

    Photography was invented and was popularized in the nineteenth century. In painting, in the same period, the Impressionists were a starting point in a series of major changes from what had been traditional painting styles. Photography played at least a slight role in motivating those changes. Moreover, the photograph, from its birth in the mid nineteenth century, has sought to be treated as a work of art, with a painterly style, rather than a mere documentary record. That art photography mindset lives on today. The photographic works by Shibata Toshio and Suzuki Risaku, two contemporary artists, share a creative concept with modern art: expressing the human view of objects. This Jam Session thus pairs them with work by Paul Cézanne, whom they had been interested in since the very beginning of their carreers, to explore the relationship between contemporary photography and painting.

    Exhibition overview

    Exhibition title

    Jam Session: The Ishibashi Foundation Collection × Shibata Toshio × Suzuki Risaku, Photography and Painting: From Cézanne Shibata Toshio and Suzuki Risaku

    Exhibition period

    29 April [Fri] - 10 July [Sun], 2022

    Opening hours

    10:00 – 18:00 (until 20:00 on Fridays except April 29) * Last admission 30 minutes before​ closing

    Closed

    Mondays

    Organizer

    Artizon Museum, Ishibashi Foundation

    Venue

    6F Gallery

    Concurrent Exhibitions

    Transformation: Arts Crossing Borders in the 19th and 20th Centuries (5F Gallery)
    Selections from the Ishibashi Foundation Collection Special Section Learning: Prints by Picasso and Miró (4F Gallery)

    Ticket prices (incl. tax)

    On-line ticket Same day ticket
    General 1,200 yen *Credit card payments only 1,500 yen
    University
    college
    high school students
    Free entry Advance booking required
    Students must present their student ID upon entrance to the museum.
    Disabled visitors
    (plus one accompanying assistant)
    Free entry Advance booking required
    Children
    through junior high school
    Free entry Advance booking not required
    *Online tickets must be purchased up to 10 minutes before the end of each time slot.
    *Same day tickets on sale at museum are available only for time slots that have not reached full capacity.
    *Booking is not accepted when a time slot is full.
    *This admission fee gives the visitor access to all concurrent exhibitions.

    Art works

    Shibata Toshio《Obanazawa City, Yamagata Prefecture》2018

    Shibata Toshio《Obanazawa City, Yamagata Prefecture》2018

    SHIBATA Toshio《Okawa Village, Kochi Prefecture》2007, Collection of TOKYO PHOTOGRAPHIC ART MUSEUM

    SHIBATA Toshio《Okawa Village, Kochi Prefecture》2007, Collection of TOKYO PHOTOGRAPHIC ART MUSEUM

    Paul Cézanne《Mont Sainte-Victoire and Château Noir》 c. 1904-06,  Artizon Museum,<br />
Ishibashi Foundation

    Paul Cézanne《Mont Sainte-Victoire and Château Noir》 c. 1904-06, Artizon Museum,
    Ishibashi Foundation

    SUZUKI Risaku《Sensation 09, C-58》2009

    SUZUKI Risaku《Sensation 09, C-58》2009

    SHIBATA Toshio《Nasushiobara City, Tochigi Prefecture》 2020

    SHIBATA Toshio《Nasushiobara City, Tochigi Prefecture》 2020

    SHIBATA Toshio《Nikko City, Tochigi Prefecture》2013

    SHIBATA Toshio《Nikko City, Tochigi Prefecture》2013

    SUZUKI Risaku《Giverny 16, G-41》2016

    SUZUKI Risaku《Giverny 16, G-41》2016

    SUZUKI Risaku《Apples 21, P-13》2021

    SUZUKI Risaku《Apples 21, P-13》2021

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