Setagaya Art Museum
Setagaya Art Museum
|Location||1-2 Kinutakōen, Yōga, Setagaya, Tokyo, Japan 157-0075|
|Public transit access||Yōga Station, Tōkyū Den'entoshi Line|
|Nearest car park||None|
|Website||Setagaya Art Museum
The gallery's permanent collection contains a great number of photographs, particularly by Kineo Kuwabara and (numbering in the hundreds) Kōji Morooka. An unusually large exhibition was "Love You Tokyo" (ラヴ・ユー・トーキョー, Rabu Yū Tōkyō) of 1993, which brought together 265 works by Kuwabara and 1479 by Nobuyoshi Araki.
The Setagaya Art Museum maintains three annexes, all within Setagaya Ward.
- The Junkichi Mukai Annex, dedicated to Junkichi Mukai (1901 – 1995), was established in 1993 and is located in the Tsurumaki area of Setagaya.
- The Taiji Kiyokawa Memorial Gallery, dedicated to Taiji Kiyokawa (1919 – 2000), was established in 1995 and is located in the Seijō area of Setagaya.
- The Saburō Miyamoto Memorial Gallery, dedicated to Saburō Miyamoto (1905 – 1974), was established in 2004 and is located in the Okusawa area of Setagaya.
- "用賀村" [Yōga]. Nihon Rekishi Chimei Taikei (in Japanese). Tokyo: Shogakukan. 2012. OCLC 173191044. dlc 2009238904. Retrieved 2012-08-24.
- Kuwabara, Morooka, "Love You Tokyo": Matsumoto.
- 世田谷美術館分館 [Setagaya Art Museum Annexes] (in Japanese). Setagaya, Tokyo: Setagaya Art Museum. c. 2012. Retrieved Aug 24, 2012.
- "Junkichi Mukai Annex". Setagaya, Tokyo: Setagaya Art Museum. c. 2012. Retrieved Aug 24, 2012.
- 清川泰次記念ギャラリア [Taiji Kiyokawa] (in Japanese). Setagaya, Tokyo: Setagaya Art Museum. c. 2012. Retrieved Aug 24, 2012.
- Matsumoto Norihiko (松本徳彦), ed. Nihon no bijutsukan to shashin korekushon (日本の美術館と写真コレクション, Japan's art galleries and photography collections). Kyoto: Tankōsha, 2002. ISBN 4-473-01894-6. Pp. 54–57. (Japanese)
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