The Sapporo Miyamori Art Museum opened in 2006 and showcases Japanese culture and art in the late 20th century. The museum has exhibits of various paintings, photos, three-dimensional modeling, etc., including many treasures and masterpieces. Except for some fixed exhibition works, the art museum often holds many famous painting exhibitions on various themes. In addition. The art museum also sells some accessories, prints and various living utensils designed by celebrities, which is very literary and artistic. If you want to buy some gifts to take back or as a souvenir, buying them here is also a good choice.
There are art galleries in various parts of Japan, and the standard is not low.
The museum has held many exhibitions and activities centered on modern art since the latter half of the 20th century, and actively spread surprises and ideas. In the atrium, there are sometimes reception banquets for exhibitions, or projection displays using white walls. Facing the street's outer walls are a colorful painting by French abstract painter Guillaume Bottazzi. The news of the Great East Japan earthquake in 2011 prompted Guillaume to express his feelings by calling the exhibition scheduled for the museum “HOPE=Hope.” The work was completed nearly two months before the exhibition began. As the name of "Hope" shows, it gives light to the people around it and to the people around it.
The museum has many pictures, paintings, stereotypes, and also holds regular exhibitions of many famous artists.
Like the castle in fairy tales this venue has a lot of interesting artwork, the large works are very attractive, oh, oil paintings.
A small but very nice art museum. The first floor gallery has a permanent exhibition of the work of Christo & Jeanne-Claude. Mostly drawings photos and multiples with a few sculptures. Reputed to be o...