Collecting Van Gogh:
Helene Kröller-Müller’s Passion for Vincent’s Art
This exhibition will explore the world famous artist, Vincent van Gogh (1853 - 1890), from his early days through his final years. The exhibit features 28 paintings and 20 drawings and prints from a collection of the Kröller-Müller Museum, the world's largest private van Gogh collection by the museum's first director, Helene Kröller-Müller (1869-1939). Vincent van Gogh's work will be presented along with 20 paintings from Helene's collection which includes Jean-François Millet, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Georges Seurat, Odilon Redon, and Piet Mondrian. Through Helene's extraordinary collection, this exhibition will trace the development of modern painting with a focus on Van Gogh. Furthermore, four paintings, including The Yellow House (The Street), from the Van Gogh Museum will be presented and will reveal the dramatic growth of Van Gogh’s popularity and reputation from the early 20th century through the exhibition.
- Collecting Van Gogh: Helene Kröller-Müller’s Passion for Vincent’s Art
- Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum (Tokyo, Ueno-Park) https://www.tobikan.jp/en/index.html
- Mondays, September 21
（Open the Mondays of September 20,27 November 8, 22, 29）
- 9:30～17:30（Last admission 17:00）
- Days of Extended Hours
- 9:30～20:00 on every Friday after October 15th(Last admission 19:30)
- General ¥2,000 ／ College students ¥1,300 ／ Seniors 65+ ¥1,200
- ※All visitors are requested to use our timed-entry online reservation system to purchase tickets. Please see the Ticket page for details (only available in Japanese).
- ※People of high-school age and younger will be admitted free
- ※Admission free for visitors (and one accompanying person) with a Physical Disability Certificate, Intellectual Disability Certificate, Rehabilitation Certificate, Mental Disability Certificate or Atomic Bomb Survivor’s Certificate. (Timed-entry reservation not required)
- ※In each case, please show identification
- ※People who have difficulty purchasing online can purchase same-day tickets at the Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum ticket counter. If, on their arrival, the pre-set number of tickets for the immediate time slot is sold out, they will be admitted in the earliest available time slot.
- ※Resale of admission tickets for this exhibition is strictly prohibited. The museum accepts no responsibility for any inconvenience or loss caused by the illegal resale of tickets.
- Organized by
- Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum operated by Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture, The Tokyo Shimbun, TBS
- With the Special Sponsorship of
- CyberAgent, Inc.
- With the Sponsorship of
- Nissha Co., Ltd.
- With the Cooperation of
- KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, YAMATO TRANSPORT CO., LTD.
- Supported by
- Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands
- Telephone Inquiry
This exhibition is covered by the Japanese Act on the Indemnification of Damage to Works of Art in Exhibitions (Act No.17 of 2011)