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Hiroshima MOCA Closing Event “Until We See You Again”

2020.12.1(Tue) — 12.11(Fri) 12/27(Sun)

Hiroshima MOCA opened in 1989 as the first public museum focusing on contemporary art. From December 28, 2020, after thirty-one years since its opening, the museum enters the first long-term closure for renovation. Starting from December 1, we open the museum for free for our visitors to enjoy the museum’s architecture and our unique collection before approximately two-year closure. This closing month is also a rare opportunity to see different sides of the museum, such as the “empty gallery,” that cannot be seen while the museum is in normal operation. Please visit the museum one last time before its long-term closure.

December 1— 27, 2020 *Cancelled
Free Entry Month
 
The visitors can enjoy the special exhibition of the museum collection and GENBI Recollections that introduces spaces that will be changed through renovation.

Collection Highlights
GENBI Recollections


December 5— 27,2020 10:00-17:00 *Cancelled
Shoot the Building, Shoot with the Building!

Unique details of the museum building designed with geometric shapes, empty galleries, and places that will be changed through renovation—Many points can only be photographed now. Please ask at the information desk to participate (you must wear a camera-person’s badge) and enjoy the beauty of the museum building through your lens and share your photos with the hashtag #HiroshimaMOCA.
*No tripods, selfie-stick, or reflector can be used inside the museum and sculpture garden.

*Copyright restriction applies when your photograph includes the displayed works. Please read the pamphlet that you will be received at the information desk.



December 5— 27, 2020 10:00-17:00 *Cancelled
Building Frottage—Until We See You Again

Please ask at the information desk to participate. With the workshop kit, please walk around the museum and try to make your frottage works out of museum walls and floors. The kit includes a postcard to be left at the museum so that we can send you a card when the museum reopens in two years.
*Frottage is an art-making technique to copy the surface texture of a material, such as walls and floors by placing a piece of paper over it and rubbing it with a pencil.


December 6 and 13, 2020 13:00-13:30 *Cancelled
Art Navigator Tour | In English

The tour introduces you to the museum’s distinctive Hiroshima-related works in English. Anyone interested in learning art in English is welcome to attend.
Venue: Entrance of Gallery A
Capacity: 10 people

Reservation Form
*Reservation is recommended/First-come basis
*The tour is given using a “wireless audio receiver.”



Art Navigator Tour | In Japanese *Cancelled

If you are interested in the tour in Japanese, plesase sign-up from the form below.

Reservation Form (in Japanese)

Related Event

December 12, 2020 10:00–15:00 *Cancelled
Attamaru-Hijiyama2020

Enjoy bonfires and workshops in Hijiyama Park in winter. The museum will participate in Attamaru Hijiyama 2020" organized by Hiroshima City and SATOMACHI. At the Genbi booth, you can try your hand at making a pine cone Christmas tree.
*No reservation required

Organized by: Hiroshima City, SATOMACHI

Information

Exhibition Period
2020.12.1(Tue) — 12.11(Fri)
Opening Hours
10:00–17:00

Venue
Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art
Closed
Mondays
*unless Monday is a national holiday, in which case the museum will be closed on the next non-holiday.
Admission
Free
Organized by
Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art

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