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The National Museum of Art Osaka is housed in two underground floors and focuses on contemporary art, with exhibitions from the both special exhibitions and the museum’s own collections which include a Miro ceramic mural and a Henry Moore bronze sculpture. The museum's current building was designed to represent the growth and shape of a bamboo plant; previously the museum was located at the Osaka Expo as the Expo Museum of Fine Arts. The museum became Japan's fourth national museum. The objectives of the museum is to collect, store and display artworks and educate the public on modern art.
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The National Museum of Art Osaka is housed in two underground floors and focuses on contemporary art, with exhibitions from the both special exhibitions and the museum’s own collections which include a Miro ceramic mural and a Henry Moore bronze sculpture.  The museum's current building was designed to represent the growth and shape of a bamboo plant; previously the museum was located at the Osaka Expo as the Expo Museum of Fine Arts.  The museum became Japan's fourth national museum. The objectives of the museum is to collect, store and display artworks and educate the public on modern art.