Ecce Homo: The Human Images in Contemporary Art

The National Museum of Art, Osaka

poster for Ecce Homo: The Human Images in Contemporary Art
Motohiko Odani 《Terminal Impact》2014 Collection of the artist ©Motohiko Odani. Photography by Nobutada Omote. Image courtesy of Yamamoto Gendai Gallery

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The modern expression of the human form grew increasingly varied in the 19th century with the advent of photography and the rise of painters’ attempts to capture the inner life of their models. In the 20th century, artists imbued images of people with their own sense of introspection, resulting in a variety of new developments. In this exhibition, drawn primarily from the museum collection, we present over 100 works dealing with the human image from the late 20th century by approximately 50 artists, including everyone from Jean Fautrier and Jean Dubuffet to Yasumasa Morimura and the duo of Sun Yuan & Peng Yu.



from January 16, 2016 at 10:00 to March 21, 2016 at 17:00



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