Curator’s tour in Japanese, English and German

CURATOR’S TOUR OMOSHIROGARA WITH MARIKO MIKAMI, MIWA NEGORO AND ROGER M. BUERGEL

Mariko Mikami:
Sunday, 30.01.2022 at 2:30 p.m. (in Japanese, 日本語)

Miwa Negoro:
Sunday, 30.01.2022 at 4:00 p.m. (in English)

Roger M. Buergel:
Friday, 04.02.2022 at 4:00 p.m. (in German)

2022年01月30日(日)14:30 (日本語)
2022年01月30日(日)16:00 (英語)
2022年02月04日(日)16:00 (ドイツ語)

Ulrich Tillmann, Meditations, 1985/2001
Photo: Ulrich Tillmann
Exhibition view Omoshirogara, Museum DKM © Christina Wild

Mariko Mikami guides us in Japanese through the exhibition Omoshirogara, which we present on the occasion of 160 years of German-Japanese friendship. The kimonos from the collection of Yoshiko Inui (JP) tell the dramatic story of Japanese modernity – from the arrival of the “black ships” that forced the island kingdom to trade and exchange with the West in the mid-19th century to the reinvention of Japan as an industrial nation and military power that met the West on equal terms in the early 20th century.

Please register by email mail@museum-dkm.de or by phone: 0203.93555470.

Kimono from the Inui Collection. Courtesy: Yoshiko Inui

Miwa Negoro guides in English through the exhibition Omoshirogara, which we present on the occasion of 160 years of German-Japanese friendship. The kimonos from the collection of Yoshiko Inui (JP) tell the dramatic story of Japanese modernity – from the arrival of the «black ships» that forced the island kingdom to trade and exchange with the West in the mid-19th century to the reinvention of Japan as an industrial nation and military power that met the West on equal terms in the early 20th century.

Please register by email mail@museum-dkm.de or by phone: 0203.93555470.

Kimono from the Inui Collection. Courtesy: Yoshiko Inui

Roger M. Buergel guides us in German through the exhibition Omoshirogara, which we present on the occasion of 160 years of German-Japanese friendship. The kimonos from the collection of Yoshiko Inui (JP) tell the dramatic story of Japanese modernity – from the arrival of the «black ships» that forced the island kingdom to trade and exchange with the West in the mid-19th century to the reinvention of Japan as an industrial nation and military power that met the West on equal terms in the early 20th century.

Please register by email mail@museum-dkm.de or by phone: 0203.93555470.

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