- Reopen on June 12
February 26 -
June 14October 11, 2020
Timed-entry ticket is strongly recommended to avoid lines forming at the entrance.
Gasthof zur Muldentalsperre, 2000-02, The Art Institute of Chicago ©Peter Doig. All rights reserved, DACS & JASPAR 2020 C3120
First solo exhibition in Japan by contemporary Scottish “painter’s painter”
Painter of romantic, but uncanny landscapes, Peter Doig (b. 1959) has been named one of the most important artists in the world today. Doig produces paintings that combine diverse imagery from the compositions and motifs of works by modern painters such as Gaugin, Van Gogh, Matisse and Munch, to scenes from films, advertising graphics, and the landscapes of places he has lived, such as Canada and Trinidad.
Our mystical fascination with Doig’s paintings may be attributed to the artist’s use of images seemingly seen somewhere, to present worlds we have most certainly never seen. Inviting viewers on a journey of the imagination through painting, Peter Doig this long-awaited first solo exhibition by Peter Doig in Japan, covers the artist’s career from early work to latest offerings.
- Art Museum Special Exhibition Gallery （1st floor）
- February 26 -
June 14, 2020October 11, 2020
- 10:00-17:00*Last admission : 30 minutes before closing.
*Until further notice, the hours are not extended on Fridays and Saturdays
- Mondays ( except August 10 and September 21 ) , August 11 and September 23, 2020
Temporary closure: February 29 - June 11
- Advance ticket is strongly recommended to avoid lines forming at the entrance.
Online purchase: チケットぴあ(Ticket Pia) *only available in Japanese.
Tickets can be purchased on site at the ticket counters, subject to their availability.
- Adults: ¥1,700 （ 1,500 ）
College / University students: ¥1,100 （ 900 ）
High school students ￥600 （￥400 ）
* Including the admission fee for MOMAT Collection.
*The price in brackets is for the group of 20 persons or more.
*All prices include tax.
*Junior High school age and under are free of charge.
*Persons with disability and one person accompanying them are admitted free of charge.
- The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo
The Yomiuri Shimbun
- Special Sponsors：
- The George Economou Collection
Michael Werner Gallery, New York and London
- Dai Nippon Printing Co., Ltd
- Yageo Foundation Collection, Taiwan
Light and Licht Ltd.
This exhibition is covered by
the Japanese Act on the Indemnification
of Damage to Works of Art in Exhibitions
(Act No.17 of 2011)