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Lee Ufan Art Museun

1390 Azakuraura, Kagawa-gun, Naoshima-cho 7613110, Kagawa Prefecture
+81 87-892-3754
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Concrete without clay

I liked the Lee Ufan bit although some was kept from us by the building the architect mr Ando hid... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
The Netherlands
Lovely rocks and angles, but overshadowed by Chichu

Very nice, loved the building and the art - though not as amazing as Chichu, nice counterpoint... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
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1390 Azakuraura, Kagawa-gun, Naoshima-cho 7613110, Kagawa Prefecture
+81 87-892-3754
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Reviewed 5 days ago

I liked the Lee Ufan bit although some was kept from us by the building the architect mr Ando hid them in. It wasn't much for quite an entrance fee, but hey, art is longer than life they say.

Thank PVR2
Reviewed 1 week ago

Very nice, loved the building and the art - though not as amazing as Chichu, nice counterpoint. Worth visiting.

Thank Janis857
Reviewed 25 April 2017 via mobile

Dedicated to a single artist, this is a beautifully set up museum where the architecture perfectly sets up and complements the art. But if you're short of time, priority should be given to the nearby Chichu museum

Thank bagaeta
Reviewed 28 March 2017

This is a much less popular attraction on Naoshima, so it is quiet, but that's all for a reason. Due to a lack of planning, we neglected to buy tickets to the "better" art museum on the island and decided to go for the cheaper,...More

Thank Lindsay P
Reviewed 28 March 2017 via mobile

Embarrassed to admit I had never heard of Lee Ufan. We stumbled across this gallery while exploring the island on foot and were left breathless.

1  Thank QQuietroomfan
Reviewed 2 March 2017 via mobile

I have no relation to the works of Lee Ufan since before and I assume these are excellent works of his. So I am happy about this being my introduction to his works but I personally don't think I would travel to see this specifically...More

Thank Nandi N
Reviewed 2 December 2016 via mobile

I enjoyed this museum much more than the others. It gave me a sense of calm and an enjoyable time out. It was fun trying to find the entrance doors. Although small, it is worth the 1,000 yen.

Thank Doug M
Reviewed 1 December 2016

Although the interior lighting for one room was incorrectly placed, thus diminishing the effects of the art work during my visit, the simpleness of the site, inside and out, allowed for de-stressing while visiting. The few items within the concrete edifice allow for thought-provoking.

Thank localworldtraveler
Reviewed 17 November 2016

This gallery has works of Lee Ufan, a contemporary Korean/Japanese Mono-ha artist. The building architecture, surrounding grounds and contents give a good view of his work and that particular style. The presentation is spacious so there was time and room to appreciate the works. If...More

1  Thank DKA255100
Reviewed 16 November 2016 via mobile

Probably the most forgettable museum on the island, but nice nevertheless. If you have the time, drop by, but if you have to prioritize, I would skip this. Nice art outside worth a stop though!

Thank tuvagr
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