Unfortunately, all of them are paid exhibitions. One is an exhibition of painting, photography and sculpture by Salvador Dalii, a famous Spanish painter. The year of birth and death was 1904-1989. The painter not only had the spirit of classicism, but also was influenced by Picasso, and also had the style of postmodernism. The cost of the visit is 1600 yen. There are also nine exhibition halls opened today, the third Japanese Art Exhibition. The fare is 1200 yen. The exhibition area of nearly 15,000 square meters is the largest exhibition hall in Japan. The Museum takes the art gallery in the forest as its construction concept, fully considering the integration of human, architecture and natural environment. The main cone glass entrance hall porch design allows people to have a transition before entering the development area to adapt to the large and empty hall of the exhibition hall. Two inverted cone concrete buildings give people a sense of solid, but also, the highlight of the building, in its plane, set up two different levels of restaurants. On the third floor of the French restaurant, Paul Bocuse, a three-star chef in Michelin Restaurant, is on the sign. Two sets of 6480 yen are quite good. While enjoying the fine works of art, enjoy the beauty of the gourmet meal. Fortunately!
The main purpose of going to this crowded Tadao Ando exhibition is to see the one-to-one restored Church of Light. After all, the Sister Exhibition will be held in Shanghai in December. The model drawings are in no hurry, but this will certainly not get Shanghai. Because this replica removes the glass of the original cross part, and reflects the surrounding environment and light better, I went late only to capture the moment before sunset!
It's for Impressionist paintings! I have to admire the quality of Japan, from ticket sales to exhibition viewing, everyone is very orderly, the whole process without loud noise, the whole exhibition hall is very quiet! __________ Paintings that are not allowed to be photographed, no one is allowed to take photos against the rules, until the last water lily is allowed to take photos, everybody clicks up! _________ I heard that many people come for the air cafe. It's nothing special when they walk up, but the moment when they come down from the elevator is really beautiful! __________
It's very close to the famous Shimamoto HILLS. It's another large-scale art facility after Ueno. The architecture here is designed by the famous Mr. Heichuan. The overpass at the entrance skillfully designs tunnels and other ways, which makes the whole gallery more modern. The external structure of its own arc is also unique.