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10 2012

The Day Riddled with Mistakes

Cezanne and Matisse1

It was a beautiful spring day, and I decided to get a day off.

I headed to the National Art Center in Roppongi this afternoon because I had a ticket for an ongoing exhibition of an art group (the works sought from a member). Additionally I looked at the web this morning and came to know an exhibition of Cezanne is also held at it. I really loved to watch his works. His atelier is revived in a corner of the hall! I thought it was the right place to go to.

Before visiting the museum, I had lunch in Roppongi. Soon after the lunch ended, I noticed I forgot the ticket back at home.

Well, even if I couldn’t watch the group exhibition, I felt worthy enough to go there just for the Cezanne. However, I fount the museum was closed at the entrance - it’s closed on Tuesday. Oh my goodness. I did look at the museum’s HP, but I didn’t check that.

Frustrating thing was people who have a special invitation for the Sezanne could get in.

Cezanne and Matisse2
The security guards sorted out “a special person” from common people.

The sign at the entrance says that starting with "The Red Room (Matisse)", the 89 masterpieces from State Hermitage Museum’s collection will be exhibited from April 25, so I come back the end of this month for both Cezanne and Matisse.

This wasn't how it was supposed to be.

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