The National Art Center, Tokyo

Museum Ludwig, Cologne
History of a Collection with Civic Commitments

Kasimir Malevich《 Spremus No.38》
Museum Ludwig, Köln / Cologne, ML 01294.
(Photo: © Rheinisches Bildarchiv Köln, rba_d033965_01)

6/29(Wed) - 9/26(Mon) 10:00 - 18:00 (Last entry at 17:30)
*On Fridays and Saturdays, 10:00 – 20:00 (Last entry 19:30)
*Closed on Tuesdays
The National Art Center, Tokyo Special Exhibition Gallery 2E
[Participation fee]
Adults ¥2000, College Students ¥1200, High School Students ¥800
Museum Ludwig, overseen by the City of Cologne, Germany’s fourth most populous city, is one of the world’s leading institutions with a specialty in art from the 20th century to the contemporary era. The museum’s outstanding collection was shaped by donations from citizens. This exhibition, which focuses on collectors such as Peter and Irene Ludwig, whose name graces the museum, presents 152 notable works, including paintings, sculptures, photographs, and videos by artists associated with German Expressionism and Neue Sachlichkeit as well as Picasso, the Russian avant-garde, and Pop art.