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The floating world. Ukiyoe at Palazzo Braschi

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Palazzo Braschi, in Rome, opens on February 20th the great exhibition The floating world. Ukiyoe. Visions from Japan: it can be visited until June 23rd 2024, the exhibition is an overview of approximately two hundred and fifty years of Japan under the military government of the Tokugawa.

The most important masters of ukiyoe – a well-known Japanese artistic printing technique – are represented with over 30 artists, including Utamaro, Hokusai, Sharaku and Eisen.

The floating world. Ukiyoe. Visions from Japan goes through an artistic journey of seven sections that accompany the visitor throughout the Edo period.

Among the masterpieces on display, we remember Hokusai’s Great Wave and Hiroshige’s triptych of the Three Whites.

Useful info about The floating world. Ukiyoe. Visions from Japan at Palazzo Braschi

Opening : February 20th

Hours: from Tuesday to Sunday 10.00am-7.00pm

Ticket’s price (exhibtion only ) : full 15€, reduced 13€.

Hokusai, The Great Wave off the Kanagawa Coast, from the series Thirty-Six Views of Mount Fuji.
1830-1832 ca., Polychrome woodcut
©Courtesy of Museo d’Arte Orientale E. Chiossone

If in addition to this exhibition, you are also interested in all the other exhibitions not to be missed in 2024 in Venice, Naples, Turin and Milan, we recommend our insights:

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Exhibtions in Milano 2024: the five you must see

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