TFAM offers the following periodicals and publications:
This work represents a photographic record of the special exhibitions held by TFAM over the years.
The following works are a photographic record of the collected works of TFAM and the masterpieces of art that our Museum has exhibited over the years:
MUSE is a research magazine published by TFAM for the artistic and academic communities.
Ever since TFAM was dedicated on November 3, 1983, our Museum has been true to its founding mission—to engage the world through art—and striven to facilitate cultural exchange with countries around the world. As a visual record of our commitment, TFAM has released a succession of posters based on the special cultural exchange exhibitions we have held to date. In the years ahead, we plan to introduce a diverse selection of posters featuring the world’s foremost works of art in the effort to promote broader international goodwill and understanding.
TFAM has been collecting documents, references and other materials for nearly 30 years in order to promote exhibition development initiatives and educational projects to advance art history research. Through the collection, collation and research of such materials, TFAM aims to contribute to the advancement of museums and their institutional activities.
Our museum has also been engaged in the compilation of a broad array of materials relevant to TFAM’s collection of works, along with materials related to our international cultural exchange exhibitions and exhibitions that we have organized for cooperative purposes. We have placed particular emphasis on the collection of catalogues and academic journals featuring exhibitions held at various venues in Japan, as well as creating a sizeable archive of publications on the history of photography. In addition to an invaluable collection of rare books, classical documents and paleographic materials, TFAM also maintains a library of some 10,000 books that were donated by Germain Bazin, the former chief curator of the Louvre. The total number of collected works and materials contained in the TFAM archives to date stands at some 50,000.
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Tokyo Fuji Art Museum
Hachioji City, Tokyo 192-0016