43rd AJAC Exhibition - Contemporary Art from Japan and the rest of the World

Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum

poster for 43rd AJAC Exhibition - Contemporary Art from Japan and the rest of the World

This event has ended.

The All Nations & Japan Artists’ Cooperation (AJAC) is an organization for contemporary artists that was established in 1972 by art critic Shuzo Takiguchi and others. At this year’s Tokyo exhibition, which marks the AJAC’s 40th anniversary, three special exhibitions will be presented in addition to more than 150 new works by 80 different artists. One of the special exhibitions will focus on exchanges with overseas artists, building on the popularity of this portion of the event last year.
Furthermore, a brand new work by OpenArtCode - a Florence, Italy based artist collective - will be shown publicly for the very first time. It is the second time that this art group, organized by Studio Abba, has participated in the exhibition. On September 27, Nam Hong, one of the OpenArtCode members, will showcase an original dance performance that was previously presented in Venice.

Venue: Exhibition Rooms 2 & 4

[Related Events]
Opening Performance
Event Date: Sep. 27 (Wed) 16:00-
Venue: Exhibition Room 4, 2F Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum
Organizer: Studio Abba
Admission: Free (must be booked in advance)
*Booking can be made by sending an email to: press@miru-design.com. The email subject line should read “Attendance request for Opening Performance,” and the body of the email should include your name and phone number.

Media

Schedule

from September 27, 2017 at 13:00 to October 05, 2017 at 15:00
Closed on Oct 2 (Mon).

Opening Reception on 2017-09-27 from 16:00

Facebook

Reviews

All content on this site is © their respective owner(s).
Tokyo Art Beat (2004 - 2017) - About - Contact - Privacy - Terms of Use