Baur

ESPACE JAPON : NOUVELLE SÉLECTION D'ESTAMPES

Du 5 octobre au 28 novembre août 2021

Ci-dessous :

Totoya Hokkei 魚屋 北渓 (actif 1780-1850)

Préparation du thé au lever du soleil

Surimono, publication privée, début années 1830

Pour des raisons de conservation, les estampes présentées dans l’espace Japon au 2e étage du musée sont régulièrement changées tous les deux mois. Entre six et dix estampes sont exposées à la fois.

Fermeture exceptionnelle

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Exceptionnellement le musée sera fermé au public les jours suivants :

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Automne de la Culture Japonaise

Mercredi 5 octobre 2021, à 18h30

Conférence de Philippe Neeser

Le parcours d’un collectionneur, d’une rencontre à l’autre

Durée : 1h

Gratuit

Sur inscription : reservations@fondationbaur.ch

 

Dimanche 10 octobre 2021, de 14h00 à 17h30

Savourez l’heure du thé au musée

Dégustation de matcha/hojicha latte préparé par Dany Affolter https://www.jusqa.ch/

Dégustation de sencha/genmaicha préparé par Emiko Okamoto http://www.millepins.ch/

Gratuit pour tous les visiteurs du musée (entrée de 0.- à 10.-)

 

Dimanche 28 novembre, à 14h30

Visite de l’exposition Eloge de la lumière – Pierre Soulages, Tanabe Chikuunsai IV par la commissaire Laure Schwartz-Arenales

Durée : 1h

Tarif : 10.-

Sur inscription : complet

 

Dégustation de thé de 14h15 à 17h15 par Emiko Okamoto http://www.millepins.ch/

Gratuit pour tous les visiteurs du musée (entrée de 0.- à 10.-)

AVV : nocturne 29 septembre et portes ouvertes 2 octobre

Mercredi 29 septembre 2021 de 18h à 20h

Samedi 2 octobre 2021 de 14h à 18h

Entrée libre dans les collections permanentes Chine, Japon et salle des Donations.

Treize galeries et trois musées de la Vieille Ville participent à l’événement : http://www.avv.ch/

ESPACE JAPON : NOUVELLE SÉLECTION D'ESTAMPES

Du 10 août au 3 octobre 2021

Ci-dessous :

Utagawa Kunisada 歌川国貞 (1786-1864) et Utagawa Hiroshige 歌川広重 (1797-1858)

Jardin le soir, de la série « Le prince Genji élégant », Tsukuda de la série « Le prince Genji élégant »

Triptyques ôban, publiés chez Iseya Kanekichi, 1853

Pour des raisons de conservation, les estampes présentées dans l’espace Japon au 2e étage du musée sont régulièrement changées tous les deux mois. Entre six et dix estampes sont exposées à la fois.

TEMPORARY PUBLIC CLOSURE

Due to renovation work and to ensure the safety of our visitors, the museum will exceptionally be closed to the public from Tuesday 14th to Sunday 26th of September.

It will reopen from Tuesday, September 28th at 2 pm.

Partenariat avec Genève Tourisme

Cet été, la Fondation Baur est partenaire du Geneva Pass Resort

Offre spéciale été : du 1er juillet au 31 août, recevez gratuitement votre Geneva Resort Pass à votre arrivée à l’hôtel et profitez de plus de 100 activités gratuites ou à prix réduit. 

ESPACE JAPON : NOUVELLE SÉLECTION D'ESTAMPES

Du 15 juin au  8 août 2021

Ci-dessous :

Utagawa Kunisada 歌川国貞 (1786-1864)

Pluie soudaine du soir

Triptyque ôban, publié chez Hamadaya Tokubei, 1848-1850

Pour des raisons de conservation, les estampes présentées dans l’espace Japon au 2e étage du musée sont régulièrement changées tous les deux mois. Entre six et dix estampes sont exposées à la fois.

ESPACE JAPON : NOUVELLE SÉLECTION D'ESTAMPES

Du 27 avril au 14 juin 2021

Ci-dessous :

Tsukioka Yoshitoshi 月岡芳年 (1839-1892)

Chronique de Yoshitsune, vue du pont Gojô (Benkei 弁慶 et Minamoto no Yoshitsune 源義経)

(Gikeiki Gojôbashi no zu 義経記五条橋之図)

Triptyque ôban, publié chez Moritomo Junzaburô, 1881

Pour des raisons de conservation, les estampes présentées dans l’espace Japon au 2e étage du musée sont régulièrement changées tous les deux mois. Entre six et dix estampes sont exposées à la fois.

AVV : Late-Night Opening  May 20th

AVV : Art en Vieille-Ville - Nocturne 

Thursday, May 20, 2021 (6pm-8pm)

http://avv.ch/eng

 

May 16th : Journée Internationale des Musées

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Samedi 1er, dimanche 2 et mercredi 5 mai 2021 de 14h à 18h

Le 5 mai, au Japon, c'est la journée des enfants.

May 4th : conference "Chine, le Ciel l'autre moitié de la terre"

Chine, le Ciel l'autre moitié de la terre

Rejoignez-nous pour une exceptionnelle conférence en ligne autour de la cosmologie et des jades archaïque chinois. 

En marge cadre de l’exposition Genèse de l’Empire céleste. Dragons, phénix et autres chimères, Jean-Paul Desroches, Conservateur général honoraire du patrimoine, et Filippo Salviati, Professeur d’Art et d’Archéologie de la Chine et de la Corée à l’Université Sapienza de Rome nous guident entre le Ciel et la Terre, à voyager au cœur des jades archaïques de la collection Sam et Myrna Myers. 

Programme :

  • Introduction : Laure Schwartz-Arenales, directrice de la Fondation Baur, Musée des Arts d'Extrême-Orient
  • Chine, le Ciel l'autre moitié de la terre : Jean-Paul Desroches, conservateur général honoraire du Patrimoine
  • Le Jade dans la Chine ancienne : beauté, ritualité et mystère : Filippo Salviati, professeur d’Art et d’Archéologie de la Chine et de la Corée à l’université Sapienza de Rome
  • Conclusion : Sam Myers, collectionneur
  • Questions et réponses

Veuillez cliquer sur le lien ci-dessous afin de rejoindre le webinaire : 

https://zoom.us/j/94050135919?pwd=SnMzd2t0QzZlbEYyaXIreVBEL1pQZz09 

Code secret : 475326 

JAPANESE GALLERY : NEW SELECTION OF WOODBLOCK PRINTS

From March 2nd  to April 25th 2021

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Utagawa Kunisada II 歌川国貞 (1823-1880)

Workshop making battledores

Ôban triptych, published by Sumiyoshiya Masagorô, 1849-1852

For reasons of conservation, the prints presented in the Japanese galleries on the second floor of the museum are regularly changed every two months. Between six and ten prints are on show at any given time.

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Reopening March 2nd

In accordance with the latest measures taken by the authorities on February 24th, the museum will once again be open to the public on March 2nd.

Temporary Public Closure

In accordance with the latest measures taken by the authorities, the Baur Foundation is closed to the public  until February 28th 2021.

You can follow us on Facebook, Instagram or phone us on 022.704.32.82.

JAPANESE GALLERY : NEW SELECTION OF WOODBLOCK PRINTS

From December 15th 2020 to February 7th 2021

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Utagawa Kunisada 歌川国貞 (1786-1864)

Snow View of the Sumida River

Ôban triptych, published by Sanoya Kihei, 1853

For reasons of conservation, the prints presented in the Japanese galleries on the second floor of the museum are regularly changed every two months. Between six and ten prints are on show at any given time.

Reopening December 1st

From Tuesday 1st of December at 2 pm, the museum will once again be open to the public.

Temporary Public Closure

In accordance with the latest measures taken by the Cantonal authorities, the Baur Foundation is closed to the public until November 30th.

The opening of the temporary exhibition The Beginning of the World. Dragons, Phoenix and other Chimera, planned for November 11th has been postponed.

Visitors will be able to view the exhibition as soon as the museum reopens to the public on December 1st 2020.

Yôkai at the Baur Foundation

From Tuesday 6th of October to Sunday 1st of November 2020

Presentation in the Japanese gallery of a print triptych by Utagawa Kuniyoshi (Apparition of a ghost) and of a few pages of Hokusai’s Manga.

 

Museum closed from Sunday 20th to Wednesday 30th of September

Due to renovation work and to ensure the safety of our visitors, the museum will be closed to the public from Sunday 20th to Wednesday 30th of September. It will reopen from Thursday, October 1st at 2 pm.

JAPANESE GALLERY : NEW SELECTION OF WOODBLOCK PRINTS

From September 1st to October 25th

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Utagawa Kunisada 歌川国貞 (1786-1864)

The Pine Tree, from the series Famous Places in Edo with Poems

Oban triptych, published by Jôshûya Kinzô, c. 1844

For reasons of conservation, the prints presented in the Japanese galleries on the second floor of the museum are regularly changed every two months. Between six and ten prints are on show at any given time.

JAPANESE GALLERY : NEW SELECTION OF WOODBLOCK PRINTS

From July 7th to September 1st

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Utagawa Kunisada 歌川国貞 (1786-1864)

Ladies surprised by a sudden rainstorm

Ôban triptych, published by Ezakiya Kichibei, mid 1820s

For reasons of conservation, the prints presented in the Japanese galleries on the second floor of the museum are regularly changed every two months. Between six and ten prints are on show at any given time.

Reopening June 9th

From Tuesday 9th of June at 2 pm, the museum will once again be open to the public.

A one-way flow has been laid out to enable visitors to appreciate safely the displays in the permanent exhibition rooms (China, Japan and the donations gallery).

360° Virtual Tour

While awaiting the museum's reopening on June 9th, enjoy from the comfort of your home our last temporary exhibition, Of Clay and Silk

© Marian Gérard

 

PUBLIC CLOSURE

In accordance with the latest measures taken by the Federal authorities aimed at limiting the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19), the Baur Foundation is closed to the public until further notice.

We thank you for your understanding.

Museum closed from Monday 10th to Friday 14th of February

Due to renovation work and to ensure the safety of our visitors, the museum will exceptionally be closed to the public from Monday 10th to Friday 14th of February. It will reopen from Saturday, February 15th at 2 pm.

Japanese gallery : new selection of woodblock prints

Until March 22

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Katsukawa Shun’ei 勝川春英 (1762 -1819)

Portrait of the actor Bandô Hikosaburô III in the role of Sugawara no Michizane

Ôban, published by Uemura Yohei, 1796

and

Utagawa Toyokuni 歌川豊国 (1769 -1825)

The actor Nakamura Noshio II by the Dôjôji Temple bell

Ôban, published by Izumiya Ichibei, 1796

photo Marian Gérard

For reasons of conservation, the prints presented in the Japanese galleries on the second floor of the museum are regularly changed every two months. Between six and ten prints are on show at any given time.

Japanese gallery : new selection of woodblock prints

Until January 26th 2020

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Utagawa Hiroshige 歌川広重 (1797-1858)

Gion Shrine in the Snow, from the series Famous Places in Kyôto

Ôban, published by Kawaguchiya Shôzô, c. 1834

photo Marian Gérard

For reasons of conservation, the prints presented in the Japanese galleries on the second floor of the museum are regularly changed every two months. Between six and ten prints are on show at any given time.

 

Until mid November: waterfalls and rivers on woodblock prints

Katsushika Hokusai葛飾北斎 (1760-1849)

Kirifuri Waterfall at Mount Kuromaki (Shimotsuke)

Ôban, published by Nishimuraya Yohachi, c. 1832

photo Marian Gérard

For reasons of conservation, the prints presented in the Japanese galleries on the second floor of the museum are regularly changed every two months. Between six and eight prints are on show at any given time.

New selection of woodblock prints to be seen

Utagawa Hiroshige II 歌川広重 (1826-1869)

 

Gathering shell-fish

Ôban triptych, published by Nôshûya Yasubei, 1861

photo Marian Gérard

For reasons of conservation, the prints presented in the Japanese galleries on the second floor of the museum are regularly changed every two months. Between six and eight prints are on show at any given time.

New textiles to be seen in the donations gallery

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Theatrical robe with dragons flying among clouds

Woven silk satin embroidered with coloured and gold thread

China, Shanghai, 20th century, Natural donation. Photo Marian Gérard

Until July 3rd, Japanese Woodblock prints by Kunisada

Utagawa Kunisada 歌川国貞 (1786-1865)

The Sixth Month: Summer Airing, from the series The Twelve Months

Ôban triptych, published by Tsutaya Kichizô, 1854

photo Marian Gérard

For reasons of conservation, the prints presented in the Japanese galleries on the second floor of the museum are regularly changed every two months. Between six and eight prints are on show at any given time.

Until May 14 : Japanese Woodblock prints by Utagawa School

Utagawa Sadahide 歌川貞秀 (1807-1878)

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Ôban triptych, published by Fujiokaya Keijirô, c. 1848-1850

 

Photo Marian Gérard

For reasons of conservation, the prints presented in the Japanese galleries on the second floor of the museum are regularly changed every two months. Between six and eight prints are on show at any given time.

Until March 17 : Japanese Woodblock prints by Kunisada and Kuniyoshi

Utagawa Kunisada 歌川国貞 (1786-1864) and Utagawa Kuniyoshi  歌川国芳 (1797-1861)

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Kunisada, Making rice cakes for the New Year

Ôban, published by Tsutaya Kichizö, 1854

Photo Marian Gérard

For reasons of conservation, the prints presented in the Japanese galleries on the second floor of the museum are regularly changed every two months. Between six and eight prints are on show at any given time.

AREthé exhibition

The Baur Foundation is pleased to take part in the AREthé festival, held simultaneously in Paris, Oxford, Milan and Geneva.

At this occasion, a selection of contemporary ceramic creations made for the Japanese tea ceremony is presented on the second floor, opposite the tea room. 

Until January 13 : snow woodblock prints by Hiroshige and Kunisada

Utagawa Kunisada 歌川国貞 (1786-1864) and Utagawa Hiroshige 歌川広重 (1797-1858)

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The Garden in the Snow, from the series Prince Genji in the Eastern Capital

Ôban, published by Moriya Jihei, 1854

Photo Marian Gérard

For reasons of conservation, the prints presented in the Japanese galleries on the second floor of the museum are regularly changed every two months. Between six and eight prints are on show at any given time.

Christmas Sale

During the month of December, special reduction of 50% to 70% on a selection of books

Until mid November: Kunisada woodblock prints

Utagawa Kunisada 歌川国貞 (1786-1864)

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 Evening Glow over Ryôgoku Bridge, from the series Eight Views of Edo restaurant

Oban triptych, published by Shimizu, 1844

For reasons of conservation, the prints presented in the Japanese galleries on the second floor of the museum are regularly changed every two months. Between six and eight prints are on show at any given time.

New presentation of the donations gallery

Restauration of the Chinese wall hanging

For a bit of freshness, discover iced matcha tea

Workshops with Emiko Okamoto (Japanese Tea Advisor) on  July 4, 11, 22  and August 5 (limited seats, bookings on  http://www.millepins.ch/ )