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TANADA Koji participates in "Nostalgia and Fantasy" at NMAO

TANADA Kōji is participating in the group show “Nostalgia and Fantasy” at the National Museum of Art (Osaka).
He will show a total of 9 works, including 5 brand new pieces.

★Tanada Kōji Talk Event: Saturday 6th September★

As part of the serailized “Nostalgia and Fantasy” exhibition artist talk-shows,
“Modern Art and Nostalgia: On Cutting-edge Experiments”,
The 4th Talk will be:
“In the form of a carved image” (Guest: Tanada Kōji)
Moderated by: Yasugi Masahiro (Senior Research Fellow, National Museum of Art)
※9 Saturday 6th September, 2:00 p.m. onwards / B1F auditorium
※ Tickets distributed from 10:00 a.m.
※ Participation is free but limited to 130 persons.
  • the girl appeared (detail)
  • 2011
  • paint on wood (camphor tree), single wood-block construction, lace yarn
  • 183×74×35.5cm
  • photo: MIYAJIMA Kei
“Nostalgia and Fantasy: Imagination and its Origins in Contemporary Art”

Participating artists: Yokoo Tadanori, Kitatsuji Yoshihisa, Karasawa Hitoshi, Tanada Kōji, Yodogawa Technique, Sutō Yukiko, Yamamoto Keisuke, Konishi Toshiyuki, Kobashi Yōsuke, Hachizume Sai

Exhibition Period: Tuesday 27th May - Monday 15th September (a public holiday)

Venue: The National Museum of Art, Osaka - B3F Exhibition Room
Osaka City, Kita-ku, Nakanoshima 4-2-55
Opening Hours: 10:00 - 17:00, and on Fridays until 19:00 (last entrance 30 minutes before closing)

Closed: Mondays
※However, the Museum will be open on Mondays 21st July (public holiday), 11th August, and
15th September (public holiday).
Please note it will be closed on Tuesday 22nd July.

Admission Fee: General 900 (600)円, University students 500 (250)円
※ Prices in brackets indicate reduced fee for groups of 20 visitors or more.
※ Free entry to high school students or younger, those aged over 65, and disabled persons (please bring a valid identity card).
※ Ticket also permits entry to the Museum's “Collection 1".

Organizers: National Museum of Art, Osaka
Sponsors: Daikin Foundation for Contemporary Arts
With the assistance of : Panasonic Corporation, JATO, Reytec, ULTRA FACTORY, Kyoto University of Art and Design, CHIZU SEKIYU Co., Ltd.