Top 10 Museum by Art Newspaper

作者:Mike Collett-White 编译:顾灵

由《艺术报》(The Art Newspaper)发起的以每日参观人数为主要数据考量的2009年度十佳展览排行日前揭榜,东京国立美术馆(Tokyo National Museum)主办的来自興福寺(Kohfukuji temple)全日本最珍贵的佛像及佛教珍品的展览“阿舒拉节”(Ashura)荣登榜首,平均每日参观者达15960人次,全年总参观人数达946172,远超排在第二位的奈良国立美术馆(Nara National Museum)的“第六十一届年度将曹中珍宝展”(61st Annual Exhibition of Shoso-in Treasures),后者平均每日参观者达14965人次。

排在第三四位的分别是东京国立美术馆的“帝王珍藏展”(Treasures of the Imperial Collections,平均9,473人/日) 与国立西方艺术博物馆(National Museum of Western Art)“卢浮宫17世纪绘画精品展”(17th Century Painting from the Louvre,平均9,267人/日)。

法国Quai Branly 博物馆的“第二届摄影双年展”(2nd Photoquai Biennale)吸引了平均每日7,868名参观者,排名第五;紧随其后的是法国巴黎大皇宫Grand Palais的“毕加索与大师们”(Picasso and the Masters,平均7,270人/日) 以及蓬皮杜艺术中心(Center Pompidou)的“康定斯基生平回顾展”(Kandinsky,平均6,553人/日)。

《艺术报》指出:“从全球而言,日本美术馆一直给人独居一隅、自成一派的感觉,但时常都会有一鸣惊人的展览出现并引起巨大轰动。正如之前在2008年,平均每日艺术展览的参观人数非常庞大,让人咋舌。”“而在去年,纽约现代艺术博物馆New York’s Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)一家便独揽了年度16大展览中的7个展览。”之后补充道。

《艺术报》2009年度十佳展览排行榜

排名 场馆 展览标题 平均每日参观人数 年度总参观人数
1 东京国立美术馆Tokyo National Museum “阿舒拉节”興福寺珍品展Ashura and Masterpieces from Kohfukuji 15,960 946,172
2 奈良国立美术馆Nara National Museum 第六十一届年度将曹中珍宝展Nara/61st Annual Exhibition of Shoso-in Treasures 14,965 299,294
3 东京国立美术馆Tokyo National Museum 帝王珍藏展Treasures of the Imperial Collections 9,473 447,944
4 国立西方艺术博物馆National Museum of Western Art 卢浮宫17世纪绘画精品展17th-century Painting from the Louvre 9,267 851,256
5 法国Quai Branly 博物馆Musée Quai Branly 第二届摄影双年展2nd Photoquai Biennale 7,868 419,256
6 法国巴黎大皇宫Grand Palais 毕加索与大师们Picasso and the Masters 7,270 783,352
7 蓬皮杜艺术中心Center Pompidou 康定斯基生平回顾展Kandinsky 6,553 703,000
8 纽约现代艺术博物馆New York’s Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) 乔安 米洛:绘画与反绘画Joan Miró: Painting and Anti-Painting 6,299 377,068
9 纽约现代艺术博物馆New York’s Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) 皮皮洛蒂 里斯特:把你身体倒出来Pipilotti Rist: Pour Your Body Out 6,186 391,476
10 日本东京国立艺术中心National Art Center,Tokyo 哈布斯堡王朝的珍宝Treasures of the Habsburg Monarchy 5,609 390,219

 

《艺术报》2009年度十佳展览排行榜,包括场馆、展览标题、平均每日参观人数与年度总参观人数:

1. 东京国立美术馆Tokyo National Museum, “阿舒拉节”興福寺珍品展Tokyo/Ashura and Masterpieces from Kohfukuji/15,960/946,172

2. 奈良国立美术馆Nara National Museum, Nara/第六十一届年度将曹中珍宝展61st Annual Exhibition of Shoso-in Treasures/14,965/299,294

3. 东京国立美术馆Tokyo National Museum, Tokyo/帝王珍藏展Treasures of the Imperial Collections/9,473/447,944

4. 国立西方艺术博物馆National Museum of Western Art, 卢浮宫17世纪绘画精品展Tokyo/17th-century Painting from the Louvre/9,267/851,256

5. 法国Quai Branly 博物馆Musee Quai Branly, Paris/第二届摄影双年展2nd Photoquai Biennale/7,868/419,256

6. 法国巴黎大皇宫Grand Palais, Paris/毕加索与大师们Picasso and the Masters/7,270/783,352

7. 蓬皮杜艺术中心Center Pompidou, Paris/康定斯基生平回顾展Kandinsky/6,553/703,000

8. 纽约现代艺术博物馆Museum of Modern Art, New York/乔安 米洛:绘画与反绘画Joan Miró: Painting and Anti-Painting/6,299/377,068

9. 纽约现代艺术博物馆Museum of Modern Art, New York/皮皮洛蒂 里斯特:把你身体倒出来Pipilotti Rist: Pour Your Body Out/6,186/391,476

10. 日本东京国立艺术中心National Art Center, Tokyo/哈布斯堡王朝的珍宝Treasures of the Habsburg Monarchy/5,609/390,219

Japanese Museums Dominates Art Newspaper Exhibition Ranking

LONDON (REUTERS).- Japanese museums dominated a new table of the world’s top art exhibitions in 2009, according to a survey in The Art Newspaper.

Ranked by daily entries as opposed to overall visitors, Tokyo National Museum‘s “Ashura” exhibition, featuring one of the nation’s most famous Buddhist statues and other treasures from the Kohfukuji temple, topped the list.

It attracted 15,960 people per day, and 946,172 overall, ahead of Nara National Museum‘s “61st Annual Exhibition of Shoso-in Treasures,” which boasted a daily attendance figure of 14,965.

Two more Tokyo shows ranked third and fourth — Tokyo National Museum’s “Treasures of the Imperial Collections” (9,473) and the National Museum of Western Art‘s “17th Century Painting from the Louvre” (9,267).

French shows were next in the rankings, with Musee Quai Branly’s “2nd Photoquai Biennale” attracting 7,868 people each day, followed by Grand Palais‘ “Picasso and the Masters” (7,270) and Center Pompidou’s “Kandinsky” (6,553).

“Globally Japan’s museums remain in a league of their own when it comes to organizing blockbuster exhibitions,” The Art Newspaper said. “As in 2008, the average visitor-per-day statistics from Japan are staggering.”

New York’s Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) boasted seven of the top 16 shows last year, the newspaper added.

Following is a list of the top 10 art shows last year, including venue, title, daily attendance and overall attendance:

1. Tokyo National Museum, Tokyo/Ashura and Masterpieces from Kohfukuji/15,960/946,172

2. Nara National Museum, Nara/61st Annual Exhibition of Shoso-in Treasures/14,965/299,294

3. Tokyo National Museum, Tokyo/Treasures of the Imperial Collections/9,473/447,944

4. National Museum of Western Art, Tokyo/17th-century Painting from the Louvre/9,267/851,256

5. Musee Quai Branly, Paris/2nd Photoquai Biennale/7,868/419,256

6. Grand Palais, Paris/Picasso and the Masters/7,270/783,352

7. Center Pompidou, Paris/Kandinsky/6,553 703,000

8. Museum of Modern Art, New York/Joan Miro: Painting and Anti-Painting/6,299/377,068

9. Museum of Modern Art, New York/Pipilotti Rist: Pour Your Body Out/6,186/391,476

10. National Art Center, Tokyo/Treasures of the Habsburg Monarchy/5,609/390,219.

Source: The Art Newspaper (Reporting by Mike Collett-White, editing by Paul Casciato)

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