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COMME des GARÇONS (Rei Kawakubo), Spring/Summer 2018
Collection of The Kyoto Costume Institute, photo by Takashi Hatakeyama

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2019.10.15
KUMAMOTO
We have updated this website.
Please check VISITOR INFORMATION, list of artists in HIGHLIGHTS, and Event.

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Top, from left: KOCHÉ, Spring/Summer 2018, CAMPBELL’S SOUP COMPANY, 1968. Bottom, from left: MOSCHINO, Spring/Summer 2017, gift of *MOSCHINO S.p.A., LOUIS VUITTON, Jeff Koons, 2017(※). Collection of The Kyoto Costume Institute, photo by Takashi Hatakeyama, except for (※). From left: KOCHÉ, Spring/Summer 2018, CAMPBELL’S SOUP COMPANY, 1968. From left: MOSCHINO, Spring/Summer 2017, gift of *MOSCHINO S.p.A., LOUIS VUITTON, Jeff Koons, 2017(※). Collection of The Kyoto Costume Institute, photo by Takashi Hatakeyama, except for (※).

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Hans Eijkelboom, Photo Notes, 1992-2019, Collection of the artist © Hans Eijkelboom

Visitor Information・Access

Kyoto

Visitor Information

Venue
The National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto
Okazaki Enshoji-cho, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto, 606-8344, JAPAN
Exhibition dates
August 9 (Fri.) -October 14 (Mon. National Holiday), 2019
Hours
Regular hours: 9:30AM-5:00PM
Fridays and Saturdays: 9:30AM-9:00PM
※Admission until 30 min. before closing.
Closed
Mondays
Exception: Aug. 12, Sep. 16 and 23, and Oct. 14 (Mondays and National Holidays).
Closed on next Tuesdays.
*Please note that the museum may temporarily close due to adverse weather or an unexpected accident. Please check the museum website when you visit this show; http://www.momak.go.jp/English/index.html
Organizer
The National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto
The Kyoto Costume Institute
Support
Kyoto Prefecture, Kyoto City, Kyoto Chamber of Commerce and Industry,
Japan Apparel-Fashion Industry Council, Nihon Body Fashion Association
Special cooperation
Wacoal Corp.
Grant
Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, Mondriaan Fund
Cooperation
Japan Airlines, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, NANASAI CO.,LTD., SENQCIA CORPORATION,
Yamato Global Logistics Japan Co., Ltd.
Sponsorship
MHD Moët Hennessy Diageo K.K.

Admission
(yen, tax included)

  Day of admission Advance Group (20 or more)
Adult 1,300 1,100 1,100
University students 900 700 700
High school students 500 300 300
Junior high school students
or younger
free

・Collection gallery is available with this ticket.
・Visitors with disability and one person accompanying them are admitted free of charge.
(Please present certificate at the admission.)

※ Advance tickets available between Jun. 9 to Aug. 8, 2019. To buy the tickets, please go to Lawson or 7-Eleven (both convenience stores) and find ticketing machines.

Access

Getting to MoMAK
The National Museum of Modern Art,
Kyoto, Okazaki Enshoji-cho,
Sakyo-ku, Kyoto, 606-8344, JAPAN
By JR/bus
■From JR/Kintetsu Kyoto Station (Kyoto-eki-mae boarding area A1),
Take Kyoto City Bus No. 5 (toward Ginkakuji Temple Via Heian-jingu Shrine), get off at “Okazaki Koen/Bijutsukan,Heian Jingu-mae”.
■From JR/Kintetsu Kyoto Station (Kyoto-eki-mae boarding area D1),
Take Kyoto City Bus No. 100 (toward Ginkakuji Temple Via Kiyomizu-dera Temple), get off at “Okazaki Koen/Bijutsukan,Heian Jingu-mae”.
By Hankyu/Keihan/bus
■From Hankyū Karasuma Station/Kawaramachi Station or Keihan Sanjō Station, Take Kyoto City Bus No. 5 (toward Ginkakuji Temple Via Heian-jingu Shrine), get off at “Okazaki Koen/Bijutsukan,Heian Jingu-mae”.
■From Hankyū Karasuma Station/Kawaramachi Station or Keihan Gion-Shijō Station, Take Kyoto City Bus No. 46 (toward Heian-jingu Shrine Via Gion), get off at “Okazaki Koen/Bijutsukan,Heian Jingu-mae”.
By other bus routes
■Get off at “Okazaki Koen/ROHM Theatre, Miyakomesse” and 5 minutes walk.
Get off at “Higashiyama Nijo,Okazaki Koen-guchi” and 10 minutes walk.
By subway
■Get off at “Higashiyama” Station of Kyoto City subway Tōzai Line and 10 minutes walk.
※Instructions for riding the Kyoto City bus and the Kyoto City subway can be found on the Kyoto City website.
By car
■There is no official MoMAK parking lot.
Please use the Okazaki-koen Parking Lot (underground).
Paying visitors can receive a discount for one vehicle per person upon presenting their parking tickets.
※The discount consists of a subtraction of 200 yen from the total parking fee.

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Kumamoto

Visitor Information

Venue
Contemporary Art Museum, Kumamoto
2-3 Kamitori-cho, Chuou-ku, Kumamoto, 860-0845, JAPAN
Exhibition dates
December 8 (Sun.), 2019 -February 23 (Sun.), 2020
Hours
10:00AM-8:00PM
※Admission until 30 minutes before closing.
Closed
Tuesdays, from Dec. 29 to Jan. 3, and Feb. 12 (Wed.)
*Opened on Feb. 11 (Tue.)
Organizer
Contemporary Art Museum, Kumamoto
The Kyoto Costume Institute
Kumamoto Kenmin Televisions Co., Ltd.
Kumamoto Nichinichi Press
Special cooperation
Wacoal Corp.
Curatorial cooperation
The National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto
Cooperation
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Kumamoto PARCO, NANASAI CO.,LTD., SENQCIA CORPORATION, Yamato Global Logistics Japan Co., Ltd.
Grant
Mondriaan Fund
Support
Kumamoto Prefecture, Kumamoto Prefectural Board of Education, Kumamoto City Board of Education, Kumamoto Ken Bunka Kyokai (Cultural Association of Kumamoto), Kumamoto Ken Bijutsuka Renmei (Artist’s Union of Kumamoto), Kumamoto International Convention and Tourism Bureau, NHK Kumamoto, J:COM, FMK, FM791

Admission
(yen, tax included)

  Day of admission Advance Group (20 or more)
Adult 1,100 900 900
Seniors (65 and over) 900 700 700
High school students
and over
600 500 500
Junior high school students
and under
free

※ The admission given in parentheses are for advance tickets / group (20 and over) / with one-day ticket for tram or buss, etc.

※ Advance tickets will be on sales until December 7 (Sat.) at the Contemporary Art Museum, Kumamoto

Access

Getting to CAMK
Contemporary Art Museum,
Kumamoto, 2-3 Kamitori-cho,
Chuou-ku, Kumamoto, 860-0845, JAPAN
By tram/bus
■1 minute walk from “Tori-cho suji” tram and bus stops.
By JR and tram/bus
■Approximately 15 minutes from JR Kumamoto station to “Tori-cho suji” by tram
■Approximately 10 minutes from JR Shin-suizenji station to “Tori-cho suji” by tram
By car
■The museum is located in the central area of Kumamoto city. Please use public transportation whenever possible. There is no official CAMK parking lot. Please use parking lots near the museum.

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Catalogue & Goods

Catalogue

TitleDress Code: Are You Playing Fashion?

Editors
Chinatsu Makiguchi (The National Museum of Modern Art)
Makoto Ishizeki, Michimasa Ogata (The Kyoto Costume Institute)
Editorial Support
Mari Ikezawa (Contemporary Art Museum, Kumamoto)
Book Design
Tsutomu Nishioka
Printed by
Nissha Co., Ltd.
Published by
The Kyoto Costume Institute
Format
B5 (182 × 257 mm), color, 322 pages
Language
Japanese
Forward, essays, section summaries, and list of works are translated in English.
Price
2,300yen+tax
ISBN978-4-9903965-3-4

Essays(Editorial order)
Dialogue: Playful Fragments of Conversation about Contemporary Fashion
Masaya Chiba (Associate Professor, Ritsumeikan University) × Hiroshi Ashida (Associate Professor, Kyoto Seika University)

Cheerful Nihilism?
Kiyokazu Washida (Emeritus Professor, Osaka University and Kyoto City University of Arts)

Concerning Dress Code: Thinking about the Clothes We Will Wear in the Future
Makoto Ishizeki (Curator, The Kyoto Costume Institute)

Dramatis Personae of Are You Playing Fashion?
Chinatsu Makiguchi (Senior curator, The National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto)

Dress in between Tradition and Fashion: Transformation and Rules for Hmong Dress in China
Chie Miyawaki (Associate Professor, Nanzan University)

Interaction Involving Fashion: An Introduction to the Theory of Stereotypes
Michimasa Ogata (Assistant Curator, The Kyoto Costume Institute)

Goods

These items on sale at the Museum shop.

  • Tote bag
    Size M:900yen(+tax) Size S:780yen(+tax)
  • T-shirt
    2,100yen(+tax)
  • T-shirt “Innocent Rouge”
    created by Shin’ichi Sakamoto©Shin’ichi Sakamoto/SHUEISHA Inc.
    3,800yen(+tax)per each
    Check out the details at the museum shop!
  • A4-sized plastic file folder
    “Innocent Rouge”
    created by Shin’ichi Sakamoto©Shin’ichi Sakamoto/SHUEISHA Inc.
    500yen(+tax)per each
    Check out the details at the museum shop!
  • ReproductionⅠfrom KCI collection
    Brooch(taken from button for men’s suit c. 1780)
    900yen(+tax)
  • Reproduction Ⅱ from KCI collection
    Brooch(taken from button for men’s suit c. 1770)
    900yen(+tax)
  • Reproduction Ⅲ from KCI collection
    Paper doll(taken from the appendices
    of the 19th century fashion magazine)
    1,000yen(+tax)
  • KCI collection Memo pad
    illustrated by Nishi Shuku
    400yen(+tax)
  • Note:
  • There may be cases where that differs from actual images.
  • The sale will end when all the stock has been sold.