東京都現代美術館
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Frédéric Back (born 1924, Saarbrücken, currently living in Montreal) has won two Academy Awards. With cooperation from Studio Ghibli, this exhibition will present his most famous animation, "The Man Who Planted Trees", as well as approximately 1,000 valuable works, including original artwork from his representative works and drawings produced while he was living in France until 1948. It will be the first comprehensive introduction to the imaginative world he creates through his art, a world which presents a rich insight into the environment, Native American culture and the problems facing the world today.

Title L'Homme qui Plantait des Arbres
Venue Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo (4-1-1 Miyoshi, Koto-ku, Tokyo, JAPAN)
Access
  • FROM KIYOSUMI-SHIRAKAWA(HANZOMON LINE)
    From "Kiyosumi-shirakawa Station" on the Hanzomon Line: 9 min.−walk from the B2 exit.
  • FROM KIYOSUMI-SHIRAKAWA(OEDO LINE)
    From "Kiyosumi-shirakawa Station" on the Toei Oedo Line: 13 min.−walk from the exit.
  • FROM KIBA(TOZAI LINE)
    From "Kiba Station" on the Tozai Line: 15 min.−walk from the 3 exit.
    Get off at "Tokyo-to-Gendaibijutsukan-mae" on the Metropolitan Bus for "Narihirabashi (10)"
  • FROM KIKUKAWA/SHINJUKU LINE
    From "Kikukawa Station" on the Toei Shinjuku Line: 15 min.−walk from A4 exit.
    Get off at "Tokyoto-Gendaibijutsukan-mae" on the Metropolitan Bus (10) for "Shinbashi" "Fukagawa
    Shako", "Kiba Station"
Period Saturday, July 2 —Sunday, October 2 2011
Closed on Mondays (except July 18, August 15, 22, 29, September
19, 26) closed on July 19
Opening hours 10:00~18:00 *Last admittance 30 minutes before closing.
(10:00~20:00 on Saturdays in August and September)
General information by telephone 03-5405-8686 (Hello Dial)
Official Website http://www.ntv.co.jp/fredericback
Admissions
  Adult/College student High & middle school student Elementary student
Advance Ticket ¥1,100 ¥800 ¥500
Current Ticket ¥1,200 ¥900 ¥600
Groups of 20 or more ¥1,100 ¥800 ¥500
  • *Advance tickets on sale from Apr 19th, 2011 through July 1st, 2011.
  • *Free admission for children under elementary school.
  • *Tickets are valid for the MOT collection.
Organized by
  • Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History & Culture, Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo
  • Nippon Television Network Corporation
  • Mamma Aiuto Inc.
Planning support
  • STUDIO GHIBLI, INC.
  • GHIBLI MUSEUM, MITAKA
Special Cooperation with
  • Atelier Frédéric Back,
  • Radio-Canada
  • National Committee for International Year of Forests
Supported by
  • Délégation générale du Québec à Tokyo
  • The Yomiuri Shimbun
  • TOKYO FM
  • tvk
Sponsored by
  • KDDI CORPORATION
  • EPSON
In cooperation with
  • Walt Disney Studios Japan
  • Rakuten Travel, Inc.
  • NIHOMBASHI MITSUKOSHI
  • Nippon Cultural Broadcasting Inc.