Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art

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Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art

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Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art
Established 1989
Location 1-1 Hijitama-kōen, Minami-ku, Hiroshima
Website www.hcmca.cf.city.hiroshima.jp

The Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art (広島市現代美術館 Hiroshima-shi Gendai Bijutsukan?) is an art museum founded in 1989. It is in Hijiyama Park in Hiroshima, Japan. The building was designed by architect Kisho Kurokawa.

Entrance

Representative collections[edit]

works artist
The Arch, Atom Piece Henry Moore
Flower Garden Oscar Oiwa
Akino Tsubasa Kiichi Sumikawa
Tea time in the midnight Akinori Sako
Marilyn Andy Warhol
Raqqa I, Talladega Three II Frank Stella
untitled Donald Judd
Wine Morris Louis
Sakanano Atama (The head of a Fish) Aimitsu
Fukugo gattai 401 Hiroshima Yoshishige Saito
Dome Isamu Wakabayashi

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Coordinates: 34°23′11″N 132°28′24″E / 34.38638°N 132.473365°E / 34.38638; 132.473365