9:30-17:30 (entry by 17:00) / July until 19:30 (entry by 19:00)
Fukuoka Art Museum, The Nishinippon News Paper Co., TVQ Kyushu Broadcasting Co.
Fukuoka City Foundation for Arts and Cultural Promotion, J:Com Kyushu Co., Ltd.
The Kao Foundation for Arts and Sciences
Adult: 1,200 (1,000) yen
High School & College Student: 800 (600) yen
Elementary and junior high school students: free of charge
* Admission fee in ( ) is for groups of people of 20 or more.
* The following people are admission free by presenting the following ID, Pass, or Proof.
Public Health Welfare ID ・Physically Disabled ID ・Rehabilitation ID for Mentally Disabled (plus one medical helper is permitted for the above)
Proof of Medical Recipient for Specified Diseases, Congenial Blood Coagulation Genetic Disability and Specific Chronic Childhood Diseases
For those 65 years of age and above living in Fukuoka City, Kita-Kyushu City, Kumamoto City and Kagoshima City admission is free on presentation of an ID to confirm age and residence.
Things Tell; Still life in Modern Japan
Still life in modern Japan became the stage of a quest and discovery of artists because of its heightened degree of freedom in creating works. "Still Life" means the matters that say no words and the things that are selected and positioned by the hand of the artists which are depicted in order to convey the meaning of just being there.
Focusing on Japanese representative works of still life by 45 artists including TAKAHASHI Yuichi, KISHIDA Ryusei, SAKAMOTO Hanjiro, the fascination in still life works will be introduced by the best of 99 works and materials.