Ayala Museum, with the support of the Japan Foundation, presents
26 July 2016 | 3:00 PM
A leading contemporary Japanese printmaker, Tetsuya Noda is famous for his woodblock and screen prints. His career as a printmaker was launched when he won the Grand Prize in the Tokyo International Print Biennale in 1968. Noda is best known for his Diary series, which depicts scenes from the artist’s daily life. His works have been exhibited in many major museums, including The British Museum, Museum of Modern Art in New York, Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, and National Museum of Modern Art in Tokyo.
This talk is held as part of the education programs lined up for the exhibition The Diary of Tetsuya Noda: Steven Co Collection, which will be on view from 26 July to 28 August 2016 at the 3F Exhibition Hall, Ayala Museum.
The exhibition is made possible through a grant from the Exhibitions Abroad Support Program awarded by the Japan Foundation. It will also be launched in time for the Philippine-Japan Friendship Month in July.
FREE with purchase of Museum Pass on July 26.
FREE for Ayala Museum Members
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