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    NACT REPORTApril 2008 - March 2009

    The National Art Center, Tokyo

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    3P r o v i s i o n o f E x h i b i t i o n V e n u e s t o A r t i s t A s s o c i a t i o n s 33

    4E d u c a t i o n a n d P u b l i c P r o g r a m s 41

    41L e c t u r e s , e t c . 42 42W o r k s h o p s 47 42I n t e r n s h i p s a n d V o l u n t e e r i n g 49 44O t h e r E d u c a t i o n a n d P u b l i c P r o g r a m s 49

    5C o l l e c t i o n a n d P r o v i s i o n o f t h e L i b r a r y a n d I n f o r m a t i o n S e r v i c e s 51

    51C o l l e c t i o n a n d P r o v i s i o n o f t h e L i b r a r y M a t e r i a l s 52 52J A C P r o j e c t 54 53C o l l e c t i o n a n d P r o v i s i o n o f t h e I n f o r m a t i o n S e r v i c e s 54

    6P u b l i c i t y a n d P u b l i c a t i o n s 55

    61P u b l i c a t i o n s 56 62W e b s i t e 62 63P u b l i c i t y A c t i v i t i e s 62

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    8O t h e r P r o g r a m s a n d E v e n t s 69

    9R e c o r d s 71

    91N u m b e r o f V i s i t o r s 72 92E x p e n d i t u r e 72 93C o r p o r a t e S u p p o r t 72 94V i s i t o r S e r v i c e s 72 95I n t e r n a t i o n a l E x c h a n g e s 73 96L i s t o f W o r k s 79 97T h e N A C T C o u n c i l a n d S t a f f L i s t 108

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    2 - 120E x h i b i t i o n s L i s t A p r i l 2 0 0 8 M a r c h 2 0 0 9

    2008Artist File 2008The NACT Annual Show of Contemporary Art

    20(2008) 3 5 () 5 6 ()55(2031)29, 823(2016, 818)( 1 542)

    Modigliani et le Primitivisme

    20(2008) 3 26() 6 9 ()66(2060)260, 117(20243, 381)( 1 3, 941)

    AVANT-GARDE CHINA : Twenty Years of Chinese Contemporary Art

    20(2008) 8 20()1020()5418, 570( 1 344)

    Utopia : the Genius of Emily Kame Kngwarreye

    20(2008) 5 28() 7 28()54100, 221( 1 1, 856)

    European Still-Life Painting from the Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien

    20(2008) 7 2 () 9 15()66132, 403( 1 2, 006)

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    Picasso : Sa vie et sa cration

    20(2008)10 4 ()1214()62312, 390( 1 5, 039)

    DOMANI2008DOMANI : The Art of Tomorrow 2008" Exhibition, The Achievements of the Japanese Government Overseas Study Program for Artists provided by the Agency for Cultural Affairs

    20(2008)1213() 21(2009) 1 26()2814, 985( 1 535)

    KAYAMA Matazo Retrospective

    21(2009) 1 21() 3 2 ()36123, 065( 1 3, 418)

    20[12]2008[12th]Japan Media Arts Festival

    21(2009) 2 4 () 2 15()1151, 505( 1 4, 682)

    2009Artist File 2009The NACT Annual Show of Contemporary Art

    21(2009) 3 4 () 5 6 ()56(2024)18, 493( 3 31)( 1 771)

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    Lenfant dans les collections du muse du Louvre

    21(2009) 3 25() 6 1 ()60(20 6 ) 20, 641( 3 31)( 1 3, 440)

    2 - 219P a s t E x h i b i t i o n s L i s t t o M a r c h 2 0 0 8

    20Living in the Material World Things in Art of the 20th Century and Beyond

    19(2007) 1 21() 3 19()5189, 475( 1 1, 754)

    KISHO KUROKAWA : From the Age of the Machine to the Age of Life

    19(2007) 1 21() 3 19()51166, 793( 1 3, 270)

    10The Power of Expression, JAPAN

    19(2007) 1 21() 2 4 ()1452, 093( 1 3, 721)

    1900-2005Paris du monde entier : Artistes trangers Paris 1900-2005. Exposition organise par le Centre Pompidou

    19(2007) 2 7 () 5 7 ()79315, 266( 1 3, 991)

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    Claude Monet : L'art de Monet et sa postrit

    19(2007) 4 7 () 7 2 ()76704, 420( 1 9, 269)

    1980Skin + Bones : Parallel Practices in Fashion and Architecture

    19(2007) 6 6 () 8 13()6060, 056( 1 1, 001)

    100The 100th Anniversary of NITTEN

    19(2007) 7 25() 9 3 ()36135, 486( 1 3, 764)

    19702006ANZA : Personal Photo Archives 19702006

    19(2007) 9 5 ()1022()4215, 895( 1 378)

    Milkmaid by Vermeer and Dutch Genre PaintingMasterworks from the Rijksmuseum Amsterdam

    19(2007) 9 26()1217()72493, 886( 1 6, 860)

    40The 40th Anniversary of the Japanese Government Overseas Study Program for Artistsprovided by the Agency for Cultural AffairsJourneyEncounters and Dialogues with Foreign Cultures

    19(2007)1215() 20(2008) 1 28()2718, 772( 1 695)

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    50YOKOYAMA TAIKAN Fifty Years OnA legend in the making

    20(2008) 1 23() 3 3 ()36223, 671( 1 6, 213)

    19[11]11th Japan Media Arts Festival

    20(2008) 2 6 () 2 17()1140, 553( 1 3, 687)

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    Modigliani et le Primitivisme

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    This large-scale retrospective of the works of Amedeo Modigliani (18841920), a figure representative of the School of Paris group of artists, featured 149 of the artists works (56 oil paintings and 93 drawings). It also served as a means of presenting his artwork from a fresh perspectivethat of primitivism. Up to now the image of Modigliani as a tragic, bohemian artist whose life was cut short by illness at age 35 has been so strong that there has even been a tendency to overlook the works themselves. By placing Modigliani in the context of the wave of primitivism that swept through the art scene in early twentieth century Paris, this exhibition focused on the artists avant-garde side, which evolved as he channeled the ideas gleaned from primitivism into highly creative works, and sought to reaffirm the uniqueness of his artistic style.

    The exhibition was divided into several parts, providing an examination of Modiglianis artistic development in chronological order. Part one featured works done in the period immediately following Modiglianis arrival in Paris. Part two exhibited his Caryatid series of paintings and drawings, which strongly reflect the influence of indigenous art from Africa and Oceania. Part three featured works from a period in which Modigliani transitioned to portrait paintings of live models. Finally, part four featured the portraits that confirm Modiglianis trademark artistic style.

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    Utopia: the Genius of Emily Kame Kngwarreye

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    This exhibition presented an overview of the works of aboriginal painter Emily Kame Kngwarreye, one of Australias most renowned artists, and was the first such retrospective to be held in Japan. Having lived a traditional aborigine way of life in Australias central desert region, Kngwarreye was nearly 80 years old when she began working on a canvas. Her works, created in an environment far removed from Western artistic influences, exhibit the kind of freedom and originality conveyed in many modernist works, and as such are held in high regard in international art circles. The more than 100 works featured in this exhibitincluding some of her best-known pieceswere organized into seven different categories in accordance with chronology and themes: Origins, Fields of Dots, Colorism, Body Lines, Yam, Sacred Grasses, and Last Series. With the aim of introducing visitors to the distinct worldview of the Australian aboriginal people, an educational room was set up to allow guests to interact with the cultural traditions that permeate Kngwarreyes birthplace of Utopia. In the past, aboriginal artwork has largely been confined to the concept of primitive art; this exhibition, however, allowed Kngwarreyes works to be appreciated on the basis of their innovative and