In the Netherlands, Germany’s National Gallery of Art, Germany also hosted a major art exhibition of the year at the Nijmegen, the Netherlands’ largest art fair.
The exhibition opened on Thursday, March 15, 2018, and is expected to draw some of the largest crowds of any international art exhibition.
The exhibition features over 200,000 pieces from over 30 countries.
The German government has pledged a $50 million contribution toward the exhibition, which includes funding for art students and teachers to conduct research in the exhibition’s gallery.
“The National Gallery and the Nippon Budokan have been engaged in an intensive dialogue since the very beginning, and we are pleased to welcome this important event,” said Nippo Schönleiter, the German ambassador to the Netherlands.
According to the official website of the Nihon Budoku-Shimpo-Gakuin-National-Archives, the National Gallery, which houses the world’s largest collection of contemporary Japanese art, will host a special exhibition of contemporary artworks in the Nervan Gallery in Nijsselheide on March 20, 2019.