Monday, December 7, 2009
PAST: Tezuka, the Father of Anime, Now - Dec 13th at The Freer Gallery
Osamu Tezuka is on view at the Freer! The creator of hundreds of manga comic books and dozens of animated films and television episodes, Osamu Tezuka (1928-1989) is perhaps the most influential artist in these mediums. The Freer is proud to present a retrospective of his remarkable works. The galleries are located on the National Mall, the grassy area between the Capitol and the
, steps from the Smithsonian Metro stop. The Sackler Gallery is located at Washington Monument 1050 Independence Avenue, SW. The Freer Gallery of Art is located at Jefferson Drive at 12th Street, SW. The two museums are connected by an underground exhibition space. Complete information online here!
Smithsonian, Freer Gallery of Art
Posted by Amy Melrose at 1:13 AM