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Murakami Collectible Gift Event

Receive a free trading card from Murakami with your ticket purchase.

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To celebrate his spectacular first solo exhibition in San Francisco, Takashi Murakami has created a special surprise gift for you!  

Guests who purchase a ticket to Murakami: Monsterized for Monday, Dec. 11 or Thursday, Dec. 14 are eligible to receive a free collectible trading card featuring Murakami’s signature imagery. 

To redeem this offer, show your ticket to museum staff at the exhibition entrance outside the Yang Yamazaki Pavilion; staff will scan your ticket and present your gift. Each person may receive one trading card for each paid adult ticket (or membership household).   

Part of a limited production of approximately 30,000 collectible cards, these cards are being distributed at the Asian Art Museum before anywhere else in the world, and as a giveaway exclusively on this occasion. (The rest will be made available for sale by the artist to the general public online at a later date.)
Don’t miss this chance to take home a collector’s item from Takashi Murakami, the Superflat artist whose work draws on everything from historical Japanese art to anime and manga culture!

Please note: One gift per paid adult ticket (or one gift per membership household) to Murakami: Monsterized on Dec. 11, 2023 or Dec. 14, 2023. The recipient must personally present their ticket at the museum to receive the card. Child and youth tickets are not eligible for this offer. Purchase of a ticket to Murakami: Monsterized does not guarantee purchaser will receive a card. There is a limited supply of cards to be distributed as a gift with a paid ticket to Murakami: Monsterized until supplies run out. Tickets purchased for Murakami: Monsterized are not refundable. Card must be collected in person on the day for which the ticket was purchased. The Asian Art Museum will not ship or hold any trading cards for future dates. This offer is nontransferable. There is no implied value to the cards by the Asian Art Museum.

Organizers & Sponsors

Takashi Murakami: Unfamiliar People — Swelling of Monsterized Human Ego is organized by the Asian Art Museum. Presentation is made possible with the generous support of Kenneth C. Griffin and The Bernard Osher Foundation. Additional support is provided by Neiman Marcus, Sakana Foundation, and the W.L.S Spencer Foundation.  

Sustained support generously provided by the Akiko Yamazaki and Jerry Yang Endowment Fund for Exhibitions and the Kao/Williams Contemporary Art Exhibitions Fund. 

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