Hara Museum ARC Members-only Event: Special Lecture and Viewing of Lee Ufan – 15th Anniversary of the National Art Center, Tokyo

Date(s) : Friday, August 19, 2022

Time : 18:30 - 20:00

This event is limited to Hara Museum ARC members and donors.

For this event, participants will be treated to a lecture by Mr. Naoki Yoneda, senior researcher at the National Art Center, Tokyo, followed by free viewing of the exhibition on their own.

Photo©: Lee Ufan
Photo by Shu Nakagawa

Date and Time: Friday, August 19, 2022 18:30-20:00
*18:00: Lecture venue opens; 18:30-19:00 Lecture; 19:00-20:00 Exhibition viewing.
Venue: National Art Center, Tokyo, 7-22-2 Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Meeting Place: 3rd Floor Lecture Rooms A/B
Target: Hara Museum ARC member (and up to 1 guest)
Capacity: 25
Participation fee: Free (museum admission is required. Please purchase prior to the event.)

Lee Ufan
Born in South Korea in 1936, Lee Ufan is widely known as the theoretical pillar behind the Japanese Mono-ha movement that was active from the 1967 to the late 1970s. He came to Japan in 1956 and has been showing works both in Japan and abroad for more than 50 years. In 2010, the Lee Ufan Museum opened in Naoshima, Japan and in 2015 the Space Lee Ufan annex at the Busan Municipal Museum of Art in Korea. During the past few years, his sphere of activities has expanded to include Europe where he held a solo exhibition at Centre Pompidou-Metz, France in 2019.

Reservation: Please apply by sending an email to, with “8/19 Lee Ufan” on the subject line and the following items in the body of the email:
・ Membership number
・ Name (including name of guest, if any)
・ Number of reservations
・ Cellphone number that can be reached on the day of the event
Your reservation is confirmed when you receive an email reply from the museum. Please contact us if you do not receive a reply within a week.
* Reservations will close when the capacity has been reached.
* For details on how to purchase tickets and admission fees, please refer to the website of each museum.
* Please note that these events will be conducted in Japanese.

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