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September 18, 2019 - December 8, 2019
IMPOSSIBLE ARCHITECTURE: ANOTHER HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE
As you look back at the history of architecture, you discover a host of outstanding concepts that never reached completion and stimulating ideas that were deliberately limited to proposals. Focusing on unfinished architecture projects by about 40 Japanese and foreign architects and artists since the 20th century, this exhibition interprets blueprints, models, films, and other related documents in an effort to envision as yet unseen examples of new buildings. These include structures, which despite being technically feasible, were never executed due to social conditions and restrictions; and proposals that placed greater emphasis on making a critical statement against existing institutions than realizing an actual building. The exhibition promises to provide an opportunity to consider visionary architecture for the future.
Adults: ¥1200 (¥1000)
College students: ¥900 (¥700)
High school students: ¥600 (¥500)
Seniors [65 and over]: ¥600 (¥500)
Junior high school students and younger: Free admission
Prices in (): Advance ticket and groups of 30 or more
*Admission to all exhibitions free on Saturday, Nov 3 (National Culture Day Holiday)
Opening hours: 09:00-17:00 (Final admission 16:30)
Closed: Mondays (except Sept 23, Oct 14, Nov 4) and Sept 24, Oct 15 and Nov.5