The exhibition "Kurt Seligmann and Taro Okamoto: Art is Magic" focuses on the friendship and the works of these two artists, as well as the similarities between them. Okamoto was a Japanese artist famous for his abstract and avant-garde styled paintings and sculptures, and he joined the Association of Avant-Garde Artists in 1933 while he was in Paris. It was there that he formed a friendship with Seligmann, and many of his pieces seem to be influenced by his works.
Some of the artworks on display include Seligmann's "Memnon and Butterfly" (1942) and Okamoto's "Space" (1934, recreated in 1954).
Adult admission to the special exhibition is 1000 yen.