Hara Museum of Contemporary Art
The Hara Museum of Contemporary Art is one of the oldest contemporary art museums in Japan. The museum is in the Kita-Shinagawa district, in the Shinagawa area of Tokyo.
Hara Museum of Contemporary Art current exhibitions
Lee Kit ‘We used to be more sensitive.’
Lee Kit ‘We used to be more sensitive.,’ the first exhibition to be held at a Japanese museum by the Hong Kong-born and Taipei-based artist. Born in 1978, Lee Kit creates works that constantly explore the expressive potential of painting. These include a series of hand-painted cloth paintings that he created early in his career.
September 16 – December 24, 2018
Hara Museum of Contemporary Art Open hours
11:00 – 17:00
11:00 – 20:00 Wednesdays (17:00 if a national holiday)
last entry 30 min before closing
Open on Sunday
Closed On Mondays (or the following Tuesday if Monday is a national holiday), between exhibitions and during the New Year’s holiday
Hara Museum of Contemporary Art Admission fee
General 1,100 yen, Students 700 yen, elementary and junior high school 500 yen, Seniors 550 yen (70 and over with ID)
Access to Hara Museum of Contemporary Art by train
5 minutes by taxi or 15 minutes on foot from JR Shinagawa Station.
4-7-25 Kitashinagawa, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo 140-0001, Japan