The Spiritual and Cultural Legacy

Period: 2008/7/30 (WED) - 2008/9/7 (SUN)
9:00 - 18:00
*Open every day during project exhibitions

Organizers:Aomori Museum of Art, The To-o Nippo Press Co.,Ltd., Aomori Television Broadcasting Co.,Ltd.

Planner:Tokyo Fuji Art Museum

Napoléon Bonaparte (1769 - 1821) is one of the most famous hero in European history. He is known for his genius for military strategy and politics, but also his cultural and educational promotion measures have much effect on French culture.
In this exhibition, we focus on his cultural achievement, trace his dramatic life with more 100 exhibits such as paintings, sculptures, craftworks, also his belongings and autograph documents.


Special exhibition + Aleko Hall (*)

  • Adults / 1,000 (900) yen
  • High School & College & University / 700 (600) yen
  • School children & Junior High School / 300 (200) yen

Special exhibition + Collection Gallery

  • Adults / 1,400 (1,200) yen
  • High School & College & University / 900 (800) yen
  • Schoolchildren & Junior High School / 350 (250) yen

*Aleko Hall : In the center of the exhibition area is a four story colossal open space with a height of 19 meters, a length and width of 21 meters to house the three Aleko Backdrops by Marc Chagall.
*(Group, 20 or more)
*Those with physical or mental disabilities and their attendants are free of charge.

Aomori Museum of Art

Address 185 Chikano, Yasuta, Aomori,
Aomori, 038-0021, Japan
TEL 017-783-3000
Access (JR) 20 minutes by car from JR Aomori Station
(Aomori Municipal bus.) 20 min. by bus bound for "MENKYO-CENTER via Art Museum" from JR Aomori Station.The Bus Stop "Kenritsu-bijutsukan-mae"
(Airport) 20 minutes by car from the Aomori Airport.
(Highway) 5 minutes by car from the Tohoku Expressway Aomori Interchange