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Hyogo Prefectural Museum of Art

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Pierre Soulages and Morita Shiryu
Morita Shiryu (left) and Pierre Soulages (middle)
in Paris, 1963
Special Exhibition

Pierre Soulages and Morita Shiryu

Mar. 16 (Sat.) – May 19 (Sun.)

To commemorate the 20th anniversary of friendly relations between Aveyron, a department in France, and Hyogo Prefecture, we present an exhibiton focusing on the painter Pierre Soulages (1919–2022) and the calligrapher Morita Shiryu (1912–1998). The two first came to know each other in the early 1950s through Bokubi, a calligraphy journal edited by Morita. Organized with the full cooperation of the Musée Soulages, Rodez, the exhibition examines how the artists met through a selection of their works.

Yasuhiko Yoshikazu: Divine Animator and Draftsman
Original drawing for poster of Mobile Suit Gundam, 1981
Special Exhibition

Yasuhiko Yoshikazu: Divine Animator and Draftsman

Jun. 8 (Sat.) – Sep. 1 (Sun.)

This retrospective takes a comprehensive overview at the creative practice of Yasuhiko Yoshikazu (1947–). In addition to being the character designer and animation director of Mobile Suit Gundam, Yasuhiko is also active as a manga artist. While examining important events in his childhood and youth, the exhibition explores common themes in Yasuhiko’s wide array of works including his animation and what might be seen as his lifework: a series of manga dealing with Japanese ancient and modern history.

Eiko Ishioka I Design
Poster of Parco: Ah, Our Roots!, 1977
Special Exhibition

Eiko Ishioka I Design

Sep. 28 (Sat.) – Dec. 1 (Sun.)

The designer Ishioka Eiko (1938–2012) was internationally active in myriad genres such as advertising, theatre, and film. In this exhibition, we present a comprehensive view of Ishioka’s revolutionary visual expressions from the 1960s to the 1980s, including advertisements for Shiseido, Parco, and Kadokawa Bunko. I shiok a remained passionately devoted to design throughout her life, and here we also shed light on the “I” that lay at the core of her creations.

The 30th Year of Hope:Our Lives Since January 17, 1995(tentative title)
Yoneda Tomoko,
Looking at the epicenter, Awaji Island,
1995, The National Museum of Art, Osaka
Special Exhibition

The 30th Year of Hope:
Our Lives Since January 17, 1995(tentative title)

Dec. 21 (Sat.) – Mar. 9(Sun. ), 2025

This group exhibition of works by contemporary artists is designed to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the Great Hanshin Awaji Earthquake. Over the years, the museum has presented a number of exhibitions to mark milestones in the wake of the earthquake. However, this is the first independently produced event to be held in a special exhibition venue. Works by a wide array of artists are featured with a focus on Yoneda Tomoko, Tabaimo, and others with links to Hyogo Prefecture.

Paul Klee, Solitary and Solidarity
Paul Klee, Dance of the Moth,
1923, Aichi Prefectural Museum of Art
Special Exhibition

Paul Klee, Solitary and Solidarity

Mar. 29 (Sat.), 2025 – May 25(Sun.)

This event marks the first exhibition of works by Paul Klee (1879-1940) held at the museum in a decade. Realized with academic cooperation from the Zentrum Paul Klee in Bern, Switzerland, the exhibition focuses on art movements that emerged during Klee’s age such as Cubism, Expressionism, Dada, and Surrealism, while also highlighting the artist’ originality, contemporaneity, and his personal interactions by comparing his works to those by other artists of the era.

Keith Haring: Art to the Streets
Keith Haring Artwork
©Keith Haring Foundation
Callaborative Exhibition

Keith Haring: Art to the Streets

Apr. 27 (Sat.) – Jun. 23(Sun.)
Venue: 3rd Floor of the Gallery Wing
Fist of the North Star: 40th Anniversary Exhibition
©Buronson & Tetsuo Hara /Coamix 1983
Callaborative Exhibition

Fist of the North Star: 40th Anniversary Exhibition

Jul. 6 (Sat.) – Sep. 1(Sun.)
Venue: 3rd Floor of the Gallery Wing
Ishimura Yoshinari
Ishimura Yoshinari ,
Amiable olive ridley sea turtle,
2020, Acrylic on canvas
Callaborative Exhibition

Ishimura Yoshinari

Oct. 12 (Sat.) – Dec. 8(Sun. )

The 61st Hyogo Prefectural Exhibition

Aug. 3 (Sat.) – Aug. 17(Sat.)
Venue: Main building of the Harada-no-mori Gallery (Large Exhibition Room on the 2nd Floor)

This is a series of open exhibitions that offers opportunities for artists to make their works public. We are awaiting many applications and attendance.

Spotlight Artist Showcase – Channel 15

CHANNEL HPMA Spotlight Artist Showcase

Dec. 21 (Sat.) – Mar. 9(Sun.),2025
Venue: Gallery Wing 1F Studio 1 and other

The Spotlight Artist Showcase: Channel is a series of annual exhibtions that was launched in fiscal 2010. The aim of the series is to introduce popular artists at a timely juncture and create a variety of “channels” between the artists and viewers of the era. This edition, the 15th, d eals with themes related to the special 30th anniversary exhibition on the Great Hanshin Awaji Earthquake, and Collection Exhibition III, both of which are running concurrently.

Story in Art
WADA Sanzo,
Study for a Mural painting of the Former General Government Building in Seoul
(Triptych) c.1926
2023Collection III

Story in Art

Jan. 13 (Sat.) – Apr. 7 (Sun.)

The exhibition features selected masterpieces from the museum’s collection under the themes of “art” and “story.”

Shanghai School and Great Masters of Xiling Wu Changshuo: The 180th Anniversary of His Birth
Wu Changshuo《Ink Plum Blossoms》Republic of China, dated 1925
The Bai Joteki Collection
2023Collection III

Shanghai School and Great Masters of Xiling
Wu Changshuo: The 180th Anniversary of His Birth

Jan. 13 (Sat.) – Apr. 7 (Sun.)

To commemorate the 180th anniversary of the birth of Wu Changshuo (1844–1927), who left a significant footprint on modern Chinese calligraphy, painting, and seal carving, the exhibition will review his achievements and friendships, focusing on the Bai Joteki Collection owned by the museum.

Collection I

Special Exhibition of Shiraga Kazuo: The Centenary of His Birth
The Very Best of Shiraga Kazuo

Apr. 25 (Thu.) – Jul. 7 (Sun.)

To commemorate the 100th anniversary of Shiraga Kazuo’s birth, we present approximately 15 specially selected works by the artist from the museum collection. Presented in conjunction with Pierre Soulages and Morita Shiryu, the exhibition also includes works by artists such as Imai Toshimitsu, Domoto Hisao, Sugai Kumi, and Okada Kenzo who were active internationally in the 1950–60s.

Collection II

A Powerful Gathering of Women from the Collection:
Art Made by and Depicting Women(tentative title)

Aug. 20 (Tue.) – Dec. 8 (Sun.)

In conjunction with the Ishioka Eiko exhibition, we present a group of works made b y female artists and works depicting women. Women appeal in the art history and art world is examined from various perspectives in galleries with specific themes. Displays also include works that were acquired during the previous fiscal year.

Form in Art―Perceiving with the Hand Kitagawa Taro
Kitagawa Taro, Time – Space pyramid, 2017
The 27th UBE International Sculpture Competition
(Exhibition view)
Collection II

Form in Art―Perceiving with the Hand
Kitagawa Taro

Aug. 20 (Tue.) – Dec. 8 (Sun.)

Form in Art ― Perceiving with the Hand is a series of annual exhibitions in which viewers can experience artworks by touching them. In this edition, the 34th, we present stone sculptures by Kitagawa Taro (1976–), a Himeji-born sculptor. Exploring the natural material of stone, Kitagawa uses a chisel and hammer to unearth the forms that are hidden within the stone. Visitors are invited to touch the shapes and surfaces of these highly expressive works, which emerge through the artist’s dialogues with stone.

Collection III

A Half Century of the Hyogo Prefectural
Museum of Modern Art Collection:
30 Years on from the Great Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake

Jam. 7 (Tue.),2025 – Apr. 6 (Sun.)

From the vantage point of 30 years, this exhibition reexamines the collection activities of the museum’s precursor, the Hyogo Prefectural Museum of Modern Art Collection, from the time it was established in 1970. The exhibition also commemorates the 30th anniversary the Great Hanshin Awaji Earthquake, which occurred in 1995, and includes displays related to the rescue, conservation, and preservation of artworks.