The Book of Nature: Natural History and Art from the Fifteenth to Nineteenth Century
Printed Nature in Japanese Woodblock Prints
Distance from the lncident - How News, War, Daily Life were Described
Scenery of Tokyo in Taisho and Showa Eras (1912 - around 1930) ―
Mainly by Oda Kazuma’s Works
About 40 works, mainly by Oda Kazuma depicting the scenery of Tokyo from the Taisho era to the early Showa era, will be exhibited.
Travelling Printmakers:From Ancient Egypt to Near Future City
This exhibition traces the printmakers' travel through works from the 16th century to the present, representing various locations, mainly in Europe, but also in Egypt, the U.S., and Australia.
Space and Time by Etching
Focusing on deep or improvised lines by etching, we will explore artists' hands and conceptions.
Yoshu Chikanobu: The Ukiyo-e Artist of the Meiji Era
Yoshu Chikanobu (1838-1912)is one of the most famous ukiyo-e artists of the Meiji era. He worked on a wide range of subjects especially bijin-ga (paintings of beautiful women), which were the essence of his work. This exhibition traces Chikanobu's career and its charms through about 300 works.
Present for You: New Acquisitions 2022-2023
Kurosaki Akira: A Life with Prints
40 woodcut prints by Kurosaki Akira. He was an artists and also a researcher who had led Japanese prints since 1960s.
The 37th Exhibition of Machida City Elementary and Junior High School Students
The Youth of Print Arts -Ono Tadashige and Two Print Art Movements
We wll introduce two print art movements: the Sinhanga Shudan group in 1932 and Zokei Hanga Kyokai group in1937, which were formed around Ono Tadashige, who was a print artist and a historian of print art during the Showa period.
Japanese Graphic Designers and Prints
Prints by Japanese famous graphic designers; Nagai Kuzumasa (born in 1929), Yokoo Tadanori (born in 1936), Wada Makoto (1936-2019)etc.