[Ginza MMM] Library project “Female artists who have been active in the world Special feature on Coco Chanel” exhibition and online event related to “International Women’s Day” will be held on March 8th!

The underground library of MMM (Maison des Musees du Monde) focuses on Coco Chanel, who had a great influence on the advancement of women in society , with a special feature on Coco Chanel, a female artist who has been active in the world, from Japan and abroad. The collected books about Coco Chanel will be open to the public for a limited time until April 30th (Tuesday).
The library has a collection of over 1,000 items and provides a variety of information about art galleries and museums around the world free of charge. When you come to Ginza, please stop by MMM Library.

Date: March 1st (Friday) – April 30th (Tuesday), 2024
Venue: DNP Ginza Annex B1F MMM Library, 7-7-4 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Business hours: Tuesday to Saturday 11:00-13:00, 14:00-19:00
*Closed: Sundays, Mondays, holidays, year-end and New Year holidays, March 29th, and the last day of September.

In addition, at the online event on March 8th, we will welcome Dora Tauzin, an international journalist who works as a bridge between Japan and France, who will introduce "International Women's Day" which is spreading in Japan as well as talk about the nature of work and family. We will be holding an online event where you can talk about how to enjoy life, including the differences between Japan and France.
It will be streamed online on the MMM official YouTube channel from 18:30 on Friday, March 8, 2024. Please enjoy this as well.

Distribution date and time: March 8, 2024 (Friday) 18:30-19:30
Distribution location: YouTube “Ginza MMM Channel” https://www.youtube.com/@ginzammm

■Dora Tauzin
A Parisienne born as an essayist and international journalist. Graduated from Sorbonne University and Paris Institute of Political Science.
After working at the United Nations Headquarters Public Relations Department, she appeared on NHK TV's "French Conversation".
As a bridge between Japan and France, he is active in many fields, including writing for newspapers and magazines, commentating on TV and radio, and giving lectures. His books include “Live only by doing what you like'' and “The older the French get, the more beautiful they become'' (all published by Daiwa Shobo)
In 2015, he was awarded the Légion d'Honneur.

◆MMM (Maison des Musees du Monde)◆
MMM's predecessor was Maison des Musées de France (MMF), which was established in 2003 as a joint project between RMN (French National Museum Union) and DNP (Dainippon Printing Co., Ltd.). Taking the opportunity of MMF's 10th anniversary, we expanded the range of information and products we provide based on our past activities, and in May 2013, we renamed it Maison des Musées du Monde (MMM). We have reopened and reopened.
As one of DNP's cultural activities, MMF has been providing information on French museums (museums) and exhibiting and selling their official museum goods, with the motto of "art in daily life." Ta.
The new MMM will further expand the activities that connect art and life, which have been cultivated mainly in France, and will provide information about museums not only in France but all over the world (Monde), as well as exhibit and sell museum goods. Masu.
In addition, it will be linked to the activities of "Ginza Graphic Gallery (GGG)", which is adjacent to MMM and introduces graphic design from around the world, providing information on up-and-coming designers from around the world and exhibiting art goods created by them. We also introduce and sell products.
MMM will continue to expand the connections between art and design around the world and daily life.

Address: DNP Ginza Annex, 7-7-4 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
TEL: 03-3574-2380
Opening hours: 11:00am – 7:00pm
Closed: Sundays, holidays, year-end and New Year holidays, March 29th, and the last day of September *B1F library is closed on Mondays Website: https://www.mmm-ginza.org/top.html
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