The West Wing

Explore the West Wing
The MOAS West Wing is one of the Museum's newly reconstructed wings and features the Cuban Foundation Museum, the Prehistory of Florida Gallery, and exhibits on African Art and Weaponry from around the world. The West Wing also contains several locations for rotating temporary and traveling exhibitions. 

Currently on Display

Karshan Center of Graphic Art
Along the Eastern Road: Hiroshige's Fifty-Three Stations of the Tokaido

From the Reading Public Museum in Pennsylvania, this exhibition brings one of the most important Japanese woodblock print series to Daytona Beach. In feudal Japan, the shōguns traveled the Tokaido road from Edo (Tokyo) to Kyoto to pay homage to the Emperor and the stops along the way became popular spots. Ando Hiroshige's (1797-1858) series of prints are the most famous depictions of these "stations" and reflect a time long ago on the island of Japan. 

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