Fukuoka-shi Bijutsukan (Fukuoka Art Museum) is located in Ohori Koen, a park in the city of Fukuoka. The museums collections focus on artists linked with the Kyushu region, in which Fukuoka Prefecture is located; the fine art of the 20th century; and the art of Asia. Modern works in the collection include Joan Miro’s Dancer Listening to Organ in a Gothic Cathedral and Mark Chagall’s Flying Sleigh, while contemporary artworks include Andy Warhol’s Elvis, and Anish Kapoor’s Mother as a Void. The collection also includes the color-patterned ceramics of Arita ware, ceramic works from Southeast Asia, and Indonesian dye-woven cloth. Older artworks include Hanakago-zu (Painting of a Flower Basket), by Ogata Kenzan.’
- 1-6 Ohori-koen, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka-shi, Fukuoka
- Admission Fee
- 200 yen (permanent exhibition)
- Mondays (if the Monday is a national holiday, the following weekday), New Years holidays'
- [Rail]JR Hakata Stn./Fukuoka Shiei Subway Kuko Line/10-min. ride./ohori-koen Stn./10-min. walk