An exhibition at the National Gallery of Art that views the art representation of animals across 17 centuries of Japanese art.
This special exhibition showcases more than 300 objects that explore the representation of animals in Japanese culture. This is not to be missed because more than half of these objects are traveling from Japan for the first time!
Robert T. Singer, Head Curator of the Department of Japanese Art at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, will give an introductory lecture followed by a signing of the exhibition catalog in the East Building Concourse on June 2nd. The exhibition will be displayed through August 18th, 2019.
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