“Japan in Architecture” Came to Close Its Curtain Recording 538,977 Visitors!
Mori Art Museum is pleased to announce that “Japan in Architecture: Genealogies of Its Transformation” recorded 538,977 visitors(*) and ended with much success on September 17, 2018.
* Based on the number of “Combination Tickets” issued (with the Roppongi Hills Observation Deck Tokyo City View).
The exhibition featured full-scale replica of Tai-an Tea House, a designated National Treasure attributed to the tea master Sen-no-Rikyu, a large, 1/3-scale model of the architect Tange Kenzo’s House, as well as important architectural materials, models, and interactive installations (through 100 projects and over 400 items altogether), attracting a wide range of visitors.
The next exhibition “Catastrophe and the Power of Art” will open on October 6 [Sat], 2018.