100 Museums to Visit Before You Die

The National Art Center, Tokyo

Location: Tokyo

2013 Exhibitions: DOMANI:The Art of Tomorrow (January 12 - February 12), Artist File 2013:The NACT Annual Show of Contemporary Art (January 23 - April 1)

Funded by the Japanese national government, the National Art Center, Tokyo, without a permanent collection, is less of a museum and more of a gallery. The Center provides one of the largest exhibition spaces in the country, with 14,000-square-meters of gallery space available. As part of its various educational programs designed to propagate knowledge on art, its premises include lecture halls, an art library, and an auditorium. Making use of its location in Tokyo, a global city, the Center aims to engage in diversity and promote new ideas within an interactive sphere.

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