A special exhibition at the Fukuoka Art Museum focuses on the connection and appreciation that the Japanese-French painter Léonard Tsuguharu Foujita (1886 - 1968) had with textiles. The event will showcase a range of artworks from Foujita that depict textiles in various forms, along with clothes and accessories he personally made, and textile items from Maison-Atelier Foujita, the house and studio where he lived in his later years until his passing.
Adult admission to the event is priced at 1300 yen.
Via Public Transport:
The Fukuoka Art Museum is located approximately 10 minutes on foot from Ohori Park Station's Exit 3 or 6. The station is served by the Fukuoka City Subway's Kuko Line.
Via Private Vehicle:
For those who plan to drive, the museum has a dedicated paid parking lot which is charged at 200 yen per hour. There are only 26 spaces, however, so public transport is advised when possible.
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