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Temporary Exhibitions

Picasso - Museum Ludwig Cologne

May.26,2007(Sat) - Jul.16,2007(Mon) 


Pablo Picasso(1881-1973), one of the most important figures in modern art history, still has great impact on the 21st century art. The Picasso collection by Peter and Irene Ludwig with 880 works is the greatest private collection besides the ones of the artist's family and now open to the public at the Museum Ludwig Cologne. It covers every important stage of his career showing his diversity of creative technique such as paintings, drawings, sculptures, prints and ceramics. This exhibition tries to follow the artist's life and career with carefully selected 99 works from the collection. Moreover, we will offer a glimpse into his private life with the portraits taken by his friend photographer, Roberto Otero.

Lecture by Otaka Yasujiro
Jun.9, 2007 14:00-15:30
at the Hall

Lecture by Osaka Go
Jun.16, 2007 14:00-15:30
at the Hall

Gallery Talks
Jun.1, Jun.15, Jul.6, 2007 14:00-
at the Temporary Exhibition Gallery

Spanish Dinner with Special Lecture by Otsuki Chihiro
Jun.24, 2007 18:00-20:00
*¥5,500 per person
*reservation required
at the Restaurant Patio

Film Screening Le mystère Picasso
Jun.24, 2007 13:00-, 15:00-
at the Hall

Film Screening Surviving Picasso
Jul.15, 2007 13:00-, 15:30-
at the Hall
Admission ( ) shows the rate for groups of 20 people or more
Adults 1000 (800)yen
Students of Senior High School and University 600 (500)yen
Students of Elementary School and Junior High School 400 (300)yen
*Temporary exhibition tickets cover the admission of the museum collection exhibition.
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