I. Yuzen and Stencil Dyeing／II. Christopher Dresser: A Pioneer in Industrial Design: From the Museum Collection
About the Exhibition
Among the most important dyeing techniques in Japan are yuzen that allows free expression like paintings, and stencil dyeing that uses stencils to create patterns. The first part of this exhibition presents excellent pieces using these techniques.
The second part features 50 pieces by Christopher Dresser, the first industrial designer in late 19th-century England, from the museum’s collection.
Hours & Admissions
National Crafts Museum
June 2 (Sat) – July 8, 2007 (Sun)
*Last admission is 30 minutes before closing.
*(Group of 20 persons or more)
*All prices include tax.
Free for high school students, under 18, seniors(65 and over), Campus Members, MOMAT passport holders.
Persons with disability and one person accompanying them are admitted free of charge.
- Free Admission Days
June 3 and July 1, 2007
The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo