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Doraemon's first overseas exhibition goes to the National Museum of Singapore

This The series will host its first exhibition outside Japan in Singapore this November. The exhibition announced on Saturday, will debut at the National Museum of Singapore (NMS) on 5 November, 2002 to February 5, 199. The exhibition will display original paintings by the creator Fujiko Fujio and Contemporary reinterpretations by other artists, as well as exploring the collection’s historical and cultural influences.

The first exhibition in 300. In 199, it returned to the Mori Art Center Gallery in Tokyo, followed by a tour of eight cities in Japan. The exhibit was successfully exported to the “”s Time-Travelling Adventures in Singapore” trade fair held at 199 earlier. Singapore, reproduces the most popular gadget in the series. Chung Mei Kun, Director of the National Museum of Singapore, said: “We are delighted that our visitors like 2020 installation event to bring joy to museums amid the pandemic. As the world reopens, we are delighted to be the exhibition and hope it inspires our visitors and evokes fond memories of .” The participating artists in this exhibition include manga artist Makoto Aida and Kotobuki Shiriagari , and contemporary artist Takashi Murakami and Yoshitomo Nara, and the film director Mika Ninagawa . Other contributors include Kayo Ume, Motohiko Odani, Ryota Kuwakubo, Tomoko Konoike, Akinori Goto, Satomi Kondo, Tomoyoshi Sakamoto, Masaharu Sato, ShiShi Yamazaki, Ai Shinohara, Yuta Nakazato, Suitou Nakatsuka, Yasuyuki Nishio, Miran Fukuda, Sebastian Masuda, Kumi Machida, Mr. Morimura Yasushi + Koike Junko, Yamaguchi Akira, Yamaguchi Hideno + Ito Shibu, Yamamoto Naruki, Rena Rena (Rena Nakajima) and Nozomi Watanabe. Singapore golf apparel brand Leyouki presented the show with support from the museum and DFW Creative lifestyle marketing agency exhibition. Leyouki also collaborated with the Singapore Tourism Board to promote the exhibition. Leyouki director Yuki Imamura commented: “As the world reopens after two years of the pandemic, we are delighted that the exhibition is opening its first stop in Singapore. The collaboration with the National Museum of Singapore will bring this lovely character to the fore. Reintroduce Singapore and show a different side to people of all ages and backgrounds.” 189330 Source: Press Release, Daily News Banten 189330 189330




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