Nagoya City Art Museum

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Entrance to the Nagoya City Art Museum

The Nagoya City Art Museum (名古屋市美術館 Nagoya-shi Bijutsukan?) is located in the city of Nagoya in central Japan.

The museum building itself was constructed by Kisho Kurokawa, one of the leading Japanese architects, from 1983-1987.

Works by the surrealist Kansuke Yamamoto, Sean Scully, and Alexander Calder belong to its permanent collection. Artists such as Hakuyō Fuchikami, Nakaji Yasui and Jean-Michel Othoniel have exhibited their works there.

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Coordinates: 35°09′50″N 136°54′04″E / 35.16389°N 136.90111°E / 35.16389; 136.90111