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The Phillips Collection, a Modern Vision Exhibition in Tokyo

Hosted by the Consul of the Tokyo Culture Talk at Café Group
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Took place 2 months ago
Sun 27 Jan 14:30 - 18:00

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It will not be possible to use mobile phones inside the museum, therefore it is important that everyone should arrive at the meeting point at 14:30. Late comers may not be able to join the group afterwards.

<The Phillips Collection at Mitsubishi Ichigokan Museum>

Tentative Programme:
14:30 Protected content
16: Protected content Relax at a nearby cafe (subject to availability of seating space)

This programme is tentative and is subject to change. We might leave the museum before or after 16:30, depending on the circumstances. Again, it is very important that everyone should arrive at the meeting point at 14:30.

The Phillips Collection in Washington DC is known as one of the finest private museums in the US. This exhibition displays about 75 works from the Phillips Collection, ranging from the masters of the 19th century, including Ingres, Corot, Delacroix, to Courbet, as well as the father of modern painting, Manet, and Impressionists such as Degas, Cezanne and Monet, post-Impressionists like Gauguin, up to those artists who opened up new art, such as Bonnard, Klee, Picasso, and Braque.

If you would like to have coffee or tea with the group afterwards, please make sure to bring some cash and coins. You may well need the same amount of money as the entrance fee, because the museum is in the most expensive area in Tokyo.

Notice to non-Japanese nationals: You may receive a discount if you present your passport at the ticket office.

I look forward to seeing you at the museum.

Best wishes,