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Title:Japan, Form & Function: The Montgomery Collection
Date:4/15/2023 - 4/14/2024
Address:Crow Museum of Asian Art, 2010 Flora St, Dallas, TX 75201
Location:Dallas, TX
Hours:11:00am - 5:00pm
Cost/Cover:free
Web Page:https://crowcollection.org/exhibition/montgomery/
Contact Info:214-979-6430
Details:Beginning April 15, 2023 through April 14, 2024, the Crow Museum of Asian Art of The University of Texas at Dallas will present a landmark exhibition based on the collection of Jeffrey Montgomery and bearing the title Japan, Form & Function: The Montgomery Collection. More than 240 works will be presented, subdivided in themes and categories throughout the galleries. For the first time the Crow Museum will dedicate the entire museum to one sole presentation over an extended period of time. Most works from the Montgomery Collection can be identified as Japanese folk art comprising a wide range of media, formats and patterns, which typically differ from region to region. Various influences and styles have impacted each area of the vast country, and the mass production of objects for daily use testifies to the exquisite craftsmanship and the stunning regional diversity that have existed in Japan for centuries. Two key elements are recurrent throughout the exhibition: form and function. Far from referring uniquely to the overall shape of the objects by form, the intended functions of the various components are also revealed. The variety of materials shown in the exhibition (ceramic, textile, metal, wood, paper, etc.) and the origin of the works scattered over countless provinces provide an encyclopedic range of patterns, designs, motifs, compositions and outlines. Moreover, these objects all served a specific purpose within a cultural context and mostly fit into everyday life practices. They are representative of the region they were produced in, and had very specific functions – water jars, futon covers, tea kettles, kimono and ceremonial banners





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