Art and Object：Affinity of the Jomon and the Contemporary
Art and Object
Affinity of the Jomon and the Contemporary
2006/10/7日 (SAT) - 12/10 (SUN)
9:30 - 17:00
*Open every day during project exhibitions
A Concept of the ExhibitionEncounter of the Arts between the Jomon period(BC10,000-BC400) and the modern days.
The life and environments of the universe have dramatically changed over the thousands of years.
However, there is something unchangeable and everlasting.
For the preparation of this exhibition, we’ve tried to find out both differences and universal senses of human beings in two different time frames.
We’ve ended up delving into those senses through a joy of living, a fear of death,an awe for the supernatural, and a universality in fundamental human desire.
We are proud that we could create a small universe in the exhibition fulfilled with a past-present-future energy.
We would be very happy if you could come and touch those senses by heart.
Admission FeesTickets for the Temporary exhibition also permit an admission to the Permanent exhibition.
1,200(1,000)\/Student of university & high school,
500( 400)\/Student of junior high & primary school
Fees in brackets are for an advance tickets or a group tickets more than 20 people.
Components of Exhibition
Sannaimaruyama Site, Chikano Site, Hagurodaira Site, Tsukimidai Site, Tamasimizu Site, Nagamori Site, Futatsumori Shell Mound, Tsukinoki Site, Nimaibashi(2) Site, Chikagawa Site, Tateno Site, Morinokoshi Site, Izumiyama Site, Okinaka(1) Site, Nagashitiyachi Shell Mound, Ishitearai Site, Nishinagane Site, Nitta Site, Yakushimae Site, Korekawanakai Site, Korekawaichioji Site, Kazehari(1) Site, Ojikanagane Site, Taira Site, Kamegaoka Site, DoiⅠgo Site, Ishigami Site, Tokoshinai Site, Nawashirosawa Site, Noba(5) Site, Utetsu Site
Amataki Site, Magata Ⅰ Site, Mizugami Site, Nagakura Ⅰ Site, Babano Ⅱ Site, Kanai Site, Shiogamori Ⅰ Site, Oashi Ⅰ Site, Ohashi Site, Karumai Site
Horinouchi Shell Mound, Tobinodai Shell Mound, Takanekido Site
Shinoyama Shell Mound
Asahi Shell Mound
Okinohara Site, Doushirite Site, Umadaka Site, Iwanohara Site, Yanashita Site, Mihotoke Site
Hanagamitera Site, Megiri Site, Sidaira Site, Odo Site, Kamikido Site, Fujiuchi Site, Yashiro Site, Shitanohara Site, Tanabatake Site, Togariishi Site, Matsubara Site, Nakatuhara Site, Takafuro Site, Chinbuzaka A Site, Maruyama Site, Shitahara Site, Sori Site, Idojiri Site, Ohana Site, Eriana Site, Tsubonouchi Site, koike Site, Amahori Site, Karatomiya Site
Arakoji Site, Shiyama Site, Kuwanayashiki Site, Hosyojiri Site, Yumitehara A Site, Myoonji Site, Sannokan Site, Machi B Site
Nitoda Shell Mound, Minamisakai Shell Mound, Nakanouchi B Site, Nakanouchi A Site, Futatsuyashiki Site, Sanno Site, Satohama Shell Mound
Syakado Site, Tonohayashi Site, Ichinosawa Site, Tenjin Site, Uenohara Site, Sakanomiba Site, Katusrano Site, Nakahara Site, Hanatoriyama Site
ARTISTSAIDA Makoto, AOKI Noe, AKIYAMA Yutokutaishi, AKUTAGAWA Saori, ABE Gosei, ABE Nobuya, ARAKAWA Syusaku, IKEDA Tatsuo, IMAI Toshimitsu, Ei-KYU, OKAMOTO Taro, OKAMOTO Mitsuhiro, OGAWA Shinji, OZAWA Tsuyoshi, ODANI Motohiko, ONO Tadahiro, KASHIMA, KATUSRA Yuki, KAWASHIMA Hideaki, KANNO Sakan, KIKUHATA Mokuma, KUSAMA Yayoi, KUDO Tetsumi, KUDO Makiko, CORNELIUS, SAITO Yoshishige, SAEKI Toshio, SATO Isao, SHIOTA Chiharu, SHIRAGA Kazuo, SUGAI Kumi, SUGA Kishio, SUZUKI Risaku, Tiger TATEISHI, TAKAYAMA Ryosaku, TAZAWA Shigeru, TANAKA Atsuko, TURUOKA Masao, TERADA Masaaki, DOI Nori, TOYA Sigeo, NAITO Masatoshi, NAITO Rei, NAKAMURA Hiroshi, NANBATA Tatsuoki, NISHIO Yasuyuki, NOMIYAMA Gyoji, BITO Yutaka, BABA Tetsuaki, FUKUDA Ricca, MAJIMA Naoko, MAJIMA Ryoichi, MARUO Suehiro, Mina perhonen, MUNAKATA Shiko, MURAI Masanari, MURAOKA Saburo, MURAKAMI Yoshio, MURAYAMA Ruriko, MOTONAGA Sadamasa, MORI Mariko, YANOBE Kenji, YAMAGUCHI Akira, YAMAGUCHI Takeo, YAMASHITA Kikuji, YOKOYAMA Yuichi, YOSHIE Shozo, YOSHIOKA Yasuhiro, YOSHINAKA Taizo, YOSHINO Tatsumi, LEE U-fan, WAKABAWASHI Isamu
(in the order of the Japanese syllabary)
Attention：We may change the exhibits or artists without notification.
Rare Feature in Temporary ExhibitionHuman imprinted stone object which was excavated at Chikano Site before the construction of this museum.
The Title of Simultaneous Exhibition"A face of Aomori, a face of Jomon" by 500 shots of the Aomori residents.
By photographer NOBUYOSHI ARAKI, alias "Ararchy".
Feature in Permanent ExhibitionHuge four paintings called “Aleko” painted by Marc Chagall are displayed until December.
Aomori Museum of Art
|Address||185 Chikano, Yasuta, Aomori,
Aomori, 038-0021, Japan
|Access||20 minutes by car from JR Aomori Station
Aomori Municipal bus. From bus stop 2 in front of Aomori Station, take the bus going in the direction of the Menkyo Center (the bus that goes to the Sannai Maruyama Historical Site). Get off at the Sannai Maruyama Historical Site stop (Sannai Maruyama Iseki Mae), approximately 30 minutes away.
20 minutes by car from the Aomori Airport.
5 minutes by car from the Tohoku Expressway Aomori Interchange