The UBS Art Collection on display in Tokyo

22 January, 2008

99 Cent

Investment bank UBS has, thanks to its numerous acquisitions, managed to build a quite impressive art collection. From the 2nd February to 6 April the Mori Art Museum will host a selection of UBS-owned works by the likes of Damien Hirst, Andreas Gursky (whose fabulous “99 Cent” you can see above), Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein. Admission is ¥1,500 for adults, and ¥1,000 for students.

2 February – 6 April, 2008.

Mori Art Museum
53F Roppongi Hills, Mori Tower, 6-10-1 Roppongi Minatoku, Tokyo, Japan 106-6150.

Adults: ¥1,500; Students: ¥1,000.

Visit the Mori Art Museum’s official site.


2 Responses to “The UBS Art Collection on display in Tokyo”

  1. clickclique Says:

    Too bad I’m not living in Tokyo…would’ve liked to have seen that exhibit. Does UBS plan on bringing the show to the US?

  2. NfJ Says:

    I can’t find any specific information about the collection being shown in the US, but I imagine it probably will be sometime this year. I’ll keep my eyes peeled!

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