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De limpressionnisme à lart moderne dans les collections des musées de Strasbourg

Strasbourg is a city located at the center of the Alsace Region in northeastern France near the German border with as many as 10 museums and art museums housing a varied and exquisite collection of artworks. Among these museums, the Musée d’Art Moderne et Contemporain de Strasbourg (opened in 1998) is known as one of the largest art museums in France, home to some 18,000 artworks from Impressionism to contemporary art in its collection.

This exhibition follows the development of modern art from Impressionist painters to 20th century art pioneers by showcasing a wide array of artworks from the Musées de Strasbourg.

Featured in the exhibition are landscape paintings from Impressionists such as Monet and Sisley, coloring and artistic touch of Post-Impressionism painters such as Gauguin, Signac, as well as depictions of art models from Rodin, Carrière, Laurencin and Picasso. The exhibition also introduces the development of modern art from different perspectives with artworks from Cubism, Abstraction, and Surrealism movements.

Visitors are able to enjoy around 90 pieces of art from Strasbourg that range from painters vital to the development of modern art history to painters with connections to the Alsace Region.

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13th September, 2019 - 4th November, 2019


9:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. * Ticket counter closes at 16:30

Notice: We will be closed from 9:30 to 13:00 on 13th October Sunday due to the approach of typhoon No.19


Mondays (except for 16th, 23rd September, 14th October, 4th November), 17th, 24th September, 15th October.

Admissiontax included

Adults: 1,500 yen
Students: 1,300 yen
Elementary / Junior high school / high school students: 750 yen

Advance ticket and Group ticket prices

Adults: 1,300 yen
Students: 1,100 yen
Elementary / Junior high school / High school students: 600 yen

Advance ticket Information

6th July, 2019 - 12th September, 2019

Advance ticket sales place

Ticket counter of The Miyagi Museum of Art, Fujisaki, Mitsukoshi Sendai, 7-Eleven, Ticket Pia (P Code: 769-844), Lawson (L Code: 21955), Kahoku Shimpo Shops, Miyagi Prefecture Office’s Shop 1F, COOP Miyagi Home Delivery Service, COOP Fukushima Home Delivery Service, NISSENREN Customer Center (AER 9F), NISSENREN Terrace (SELVA).

Organized by

The Miyagi Museum of Art,

Nominal support

Ambassade de France au Japon/Institut français du Japon, The Sendai Municipal Board of Education, Japan Broadcasting Corporation (Sendai Station), Tohoku Broadcasting Co., Ltd., Sendai Television Incorporated, Television Miyagi Network Co.,Ltd., Sendai FM., Iwate Asahi TV Co., Ltd., Yamagata Television System Inc., Fukushima Broadcasting Co., Ltd.

Special Co-sponsored by

Mori No Miyako Shinkin Bank

Co-sponsored by

Sun Vending Tohoku

Planning and Produced by

White International


Claude Monet,
Le Champ d'avoine aux coqulicots, ca. 1890

Paul Signac,
Antibes, le soir, 1914

Paul Gaugin,
Nature morte à l'esquisse de Delacroix,
ca. 1887

Marie Laurencin,
Portrait de Marie Dormoy, 1949

All images © Musée d'Art Moderne et Contemporain de Strasbourg.
Photo Musées de Strasbourg

Discount Information

Discount for Visitors to TOHOKU HISTORY MUSEUM

Present your stub of this exhibition ticket at reception of TOHOKU HISTORY MUSEUM and you can enter the special exhibition for the group rate during 21st Sep. (Sat.) to 24th Nov. (Sun), 2019.

Please note that this discount cannot be used with other discounts.