[ Past Exhibition ]

2017(2017.4-2018.3)

2016(2016.4-2017.3)

2015(2015.4-2016.3)

2014(2014.4-2015.3)

2013(2013.4–2014.3)

Atelier Bow-Wow: Micro Public Space
February 15–May 6, 2014
Francis Alÿs
October 26, 2013–January 26, 2014
Art Arch Hiroshima 2013 SITE: Places of Memories, Spaces with Potential
July 20–October 14, 2013
The 70s in Japan
April 20–July 7, 2013

2012(2012.4–2013.3)

Eyes on the street: Modernology and Beyond
January 26–April 7, 2013
Ay-O: Over the Rainbow Once More
November 3, 2012–January 14, 2013
Do Ho Suh in between
August 4–October 21, 2012
Anatomia Metamorphosis—Luboš Plný & Anna Zemánková: Works from abcd Collection
May 26–July 16, 2012

2011(2011.4–2012.3)

What a Wonderful World: Visions in contemporary Asian art of our world today
March 24–May 13, 2012
Charlotte Perriand et le Japon
January 21–March 11, 2012
Yutokutaishi Akiyama + Kotobuki Shiriagari: BURIKI no HAKOBUNE
October 29, 2011–January 9, 2012
The 8th Hiroshima Art Prize THE ROAD OF HOPE YOKO ONO 2011
July 30–October 16, 2011
Takamine Tadasu: Too Far to See
April 23–July 10, 2011

2010(2010.4–2011.3)

Simon Starling—Project for a Masquerade (Hiroshima)
January 22–April 10, 2011
MORIMURA YASUMASA A Requiem: Art on Top of the Battlefield
October 23, 2010–January 10, 2011
More of an activity: the artist as choreographer
July 31–October 11, 2010
Kyoichi Tsuzuki: HEAVEN
May 22–July 19, 2010

2009(2009.4–2010.3)

William Kentridge: What We See&What We Know
Thinking About History While Walking, and Thus the Drawings Began to Move
March 13–May 9, 2010
Art of Power Born of Pleasure
December 19, 2009–February 21, 2010
"The Faces of Japan" Project for HIROSHIMA by Araki Nobuyoshi
October 10–December 6, 2009
Tsuyoshi Ozawa: The Invisible Runner Strides on
August 1–September 27, 2009
Martin Creed
May 23–July 20, 2009

2008(2008.4–2009.3)

DORODORO, DORON The Uncanny World in Folk and Contemporary Art in Asia
March 14–May 10, 2009
Neo Tropicalia: When Lives Become Form
January 24–March 1, 2009
The 7th Hiroshima Art Prize Cai Guo-Qiang
October 25, 2008–January 12, 2009
Masuo Ikeda Revealed: A Retrospective
August 23–September 28, 2008
Ishiuchi Miyako Hiroshima Strings of Time
June 28–August 10, 2008
Sori Yanagi -anonymous design-
April 26–June 15, 2008

2007(2007.4–2008.3)

Shelter×Survival–Alternative homes for fantastic lives–
February 16–April 13, 2008
Ilya&Emilia Kabakov present: ORBIS PICTUS Children's Book Illustrator as a Social Character
December 8, 2007–January 27, 2008
OHTAKE SHINRO: New Universe on the Road
September 15–November 25, 2007
POP ART 1960's → 2000's
July 14–September 2, 2007
Re-Act New Art Competition 2007 at Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art
June 2–July 1, 2007

2006(2006.4–2007.3)

Yukio Fujimoto Exhibition ECHO. Son virtuel
March 11–May 13, 2007
‘The Origin of Species’ Art in the Age of Social Darwinism
December 16, 2006–February 25, 2007
The Chronicles of KAIYODO
October 1–November 26, 2006
Visible Fantasy: KOJI YAMAMURA animation+painting exhibition
July 15–September 18, 2006
Taro Okamoto's Proud Message: The Road to Completion of "Tomorrow's Myth"
April 15–May 28, 2006

2005(2005.4–2006.3)

ITO YUICHI Animation Exhibition I.TOON CAFE: Contemporary Animation Factory Exhibition
January 28–April 9, 2006
POSITIONING—In the New Reality of Europe: Art from Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary
October 29, 2005–January 8, 2006
The 6th Hiroshima Art Prize Shirin Neshat
July 23–October 16, 2005
Marie-Ange Guilleminot Nevers-Hiroshima
July 9–September 25, 2005
POP ART & CO. THE BERARDO COLLECTION—SINTRA MUSEUM OF MODERN ART
May 29–July 10, 2005
New Art Competition at Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art
April 26–May 22, 2005
Special Exhibition for the 60th Anniversary of the Hiroshima A-bombing Toward the Future
—through the Eyes of the Artists awarded the Hiroshima Art Prize
April 16–June 26, 2005

2004(2004.4–2005.3)

Yayoi Kusama—Eight Places for Burning Soul
February 22–April 17, 2005
Adventure at/of the Museum
October 23, 2004–January 23, 2005
Maywa Denki The Nonsense Machines
July 31–October 11, 2004
noguchi: The Bollingen Journey
June 8–July 19, 2004
Katsura Funakoshi Works: 1980-2003
April 4–May 30, 2004

2003(2003.4–2004.3)

YES YOKO ONO
January 27–March 28, 2004
The 8th Hiroshima Art Competition
November 1, 2003–January 7, 2004
THE ROBOT CHRONICLES
August 19–September 23, 2003
New Generation Japanese Painters
June 21–August 10, 2003
MOTONAGA SADAMASA
April 19–June 1, 2003

2002(2002.4–2003.3)

Cyber Asia—media art in the near future
February 18–April 6, 2003
TADANORI YOKOO: All Things in the Universe
November 3, 2002–January 26, 2003
The 5th Hiroshima Art Prize Daniel Libeskind
July 28–October 20, 2002
Defining Hiroshima –The Art of the City–
June 11–July 14, 2002
Nara Yoshitomo I DON'T MIND, IF YOU FORGET ME.
April 7–June 2, 2002

2001(2001.4–2002.3)

Taro OKAMOTO, Discoverer of JOMON Art
November 24, 2001–January 31, 2002
The 7th Hiroshima Art Competition
September 29–November 18, 2001
NOTORIOUS Alfred Hitchcock and Contemporary Art
July 29–September 2, 2001
Gerhard Richter: ATLAS
June 12–July 22, 2001
Light Transfigured—Contemporary Czech Glass Sculpture
April 14–June 10, 2001

2000(2000.4–2001.3)

DOMON KEN Japanese Sculpture/Hiroshima
February 24–April 8, 2001
Yanagi Yukinori –Akitsushima–
December 17, 2000–February 12, 2001
RETROSPECTIVE KUROKAWA KISHO
October 7–December 10, 2000
The Exhibition for Children 2000 Learning in and through Art
July 31–September 24, 2000
Andy Warhol from Collection of Mugrabi
June 17–July 30, 2000
Japanese Animation and its Culture
April 10–June 4, 2000

1999(1999.4–2000.3)

The 6th Hiroshima Art Competition
February 11–April 9, 2000
Passage: New French Art
December 12, 1999–January 30, 2000
ART SWEET HOME
October 2–November 21, 1999
The 4th Hiroshima Art Prize Krzysztof Wodiczko
July 25–September 19, 1999
50YEARS OF JAPANESE LIFE STYLE POSTWAR FASHION&DESIGN
June 12–July 24, 1999
DALE CHIHULY
April 17–May 30, 1999

1998(1998.4–1999.3)

The MANGA Age
February 6–April 11, 1999
NISHI MASAAKI
December 5, 1998–January 24, 1999
Mark di Suvero
October 3–November 23, 1998
REAL/LIFE New British Art
August 12–September 23, 1998
Arte Italiana 1945–1995 Il visibile e l'invisibile
June 15–July 26, 1998
NEW URBAN ENVIRONMENTS: British Architecture and its European Context
May 10–June 5, 1998
KANEMITSU, MATSUMI
April 6–May 5, 1998

1997(1997.4–1998.3)

The 5th Hiroshima Art Competition
February 14–April 5, 1998
SUGA KISHIO
December 13, 1997–February 1, 1998
A.R.Penck German Darkness and Contemporary Symbol
September 23–November 16, 1997
Art in Southeast Asia 1997 Glimpses into the Future
August 2–September 15, 1997
Moderna Museet Stockholm Picasso to Warhol
June 14–July 20, 1997
Hiroshi Teshigawara MAITAKE
April 15–June 4, 1997

1996(1996.4–1997.3)

Aspect of Land and Soil
February 8–March 30, 1997
Le Corbusier
November 30, 1996–January 19, 1997
Abstract Expressionism
September 29–November 17, 1996
The 3rd Hiroshima Art Prize Leon Golub and Nancy Spero
July 27–September 23, 1996
Richard Meier and Frank Stella Architecture and Art
May 25–July 14, 1996
Miró on Stage
April 14–May 11, 1996

1995(1995.4–1996.3)

The 4th Hiroshima Art Competition
February 10–March 31, 1996
Taro Okamoto
November 25, 1995–January 28, 1996
Exhibition for Children
September 29–November 12, 1995
Special Exhibition for the 50th anniversary of the Hiroshima A-bombing
After Hiroshima—Message from Contemporary Art
Part1: July 22–September 17, 1995
Part2: July 30–September 17, 1995
Japanese Culture: The Fifty Postwar Years
June 14–July 21, 1995
Matter and Perception 1970: Mono-ha and Search for Fundamentals
April 15–May 28, 1995

1994(1994.4–1995.3)

TOYA SHIGEO Forest of Visions
February 4–March 26, 1995
Light&shadow—the sense of ephemerality
November 26, 1994–January 22, 1995
Asian Art Now
Part 1: September 7–November 13, 1994
Part 2: September 7–November 13, 1994
Part 3: September 18–November 6, 1994
WORLD GLASS NOW '94
July 13–August 28, 1994
George Lucas
April 16–June 19, 1994

1993(1993.4–1994.3)

The 3rd Hiroshima Art Competition
February 5–April 3, 1994
The 2nd Hiroshima Art Prize Robert Rauschenberg
November 3, 1993–January 16, 1994
Anserm Kiefer—Melancholia
September 18–October 24, 1993
Design Made in Nippon
July 24–September 5, 1993
Hockney's Opera
May 29–July 11, 1993
Henry Moore Intime
April 9–May 16, 1993

1992(1992.4–1993.3)

Contemporary Artists in Hiroshima
February 27–March 28, 1993
CREAZIONE: MILANO
January 6–February 17, 1993
Figures of Contemporary Sculpture(1970–1990): Images of Man
November 21–December 20, 1992
New Art from Southeast Asia 1992
October 31–November 29, 1992
Berlin Art Scene: A Double Mentality
September 19–November 8, 1992
IRI MARUKI
July 25–September 6, 1992
GAUGUIN ET SES AMIS PEINTRES -LA COLLECTION MARIE HENRY- 《BUVETTE DE LA PLAGE》 LE POULDU, EN BRETAGNE
June 6–July 5, 1992
Self: 1961–1991 LUCAS SAMARAS
April 11–May 24, 1992

1991(1991.4–1992.3)

The 2nd Hiroshima Art Competition
February 15–March 29, 1992
Ushio Shinohara
January 4–February 9, 1992
World Glass Now '91
November 2–December 11, 1991
Abakanowicz
September 14–October 27, 1991
Two Hundred Years of American Painting from The Thyssen-Bornemisza Collection
July 13–August 25, 1991
British Art Now: A Subjective View
May 18–June 30, 1991
LOIUS LE BROCQUY Images, Single and Multiple 1957–1990
April 6–May 12, 1991

1990(1990.4–1991.3)

Genealogy of Art in Hiroshima
February 2–March 24, 1991
The 1st Hiroshima Art Prize ISSEY MIYAKE: TEN SEN MEN
November 3, 1990–January 15, 1991
Richard Estes
September 16–October 21, 1990
Fazzini
July 7–August 19, 1990
PORCHE: Technology and Design
June 6–July 1, 1990
Christo Surrounded Islands Biscayne Bay Miami Florida
April 7–May 27, 1990

1989(1989.4–1990.3)

The 1st Hiroshima Art Competition
January 27–March 25, 1990
Contemporary Art of Japan 1989
December 16, 1989–January 21, 1990
ART KITES
October 10–November 12, 1989
Shu Takahashi
July 29–September 24, 1989
Karel APPEL
June 24–July 23, 1989
Masterpieces of Sprengel Museum, Hannover
May 3–June 18, 1989
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