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Permanent Collection

Best of the Best

January 31 (Sat) - May 17 (Sun), 2015

Best of the Best

The Bridgestone Museum of Art will close for renovation in May 18 of 2015, to reopen several years later. This exhibition is the last before we close. The Ishibashi Foundation’s collection has grown from its start as the personal collection of our founder, Ishibashi Shojiro, to comprise nearly 2,500 works, of which 1,600 are managed by the Bridgestone Museum of Art in Tokyo. For our Best of the Best exhibition, we have chosen 160 works.

Pablo PICASSO, Saltimbanque Seated with Arms Crossed, 1923
©2014-Succession Pablo Picasso-SPDA(JAPAN)

COLLECTION

The Bridgestone Museum of Art, Ishibashi Foundation, which opened 1952, houses a collection that now includes more than 1,800 works of art. Mainly focused on nineteenth-century, and the collection includes ancient, twentieth-century, and modern Japanese Western-style art. Originally,the core of the collection was French art form the latter half of the nineteenth and the first half of the twentieth centuries. Having celebrated its 60th year in operation, in the twenty-first century the museum has expanded its scope to include art form the latter half of twentieth century on and art from elsewhere than France, to mount exhibitions in tune with the times in which we live. Access online to a selection of the Bridgestone Museum's collection.


Postwar Abstract Paintings in France and Art Informel

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* The Bridgestone Museum of Art will close for renovation from May 18, 2015, to reopen several years later.
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〒104-0031 1-10-1 Kyobashi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
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By Train Five-minute walk from JR Tokyo Sta. (Yaesu Central Exit)
By Subway Five-minute walk From No.6 Exit or Meijiya Exit of Kyobashi Sta.
on the Ginza Line of Tokyo Metro.
From No.B1 Exit or Takashimaya Exit of Nihon-Bashi Sta.
on the Ginza Line / Tozai Line of Tokyo Metro, or on the Toei Asakusa Line.
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