Shuntaro Tanikawa Exhibition
This event has ended.
Shuntaro Tanikawa is a leading Japanese poet who made a striking debut in 1952 with his anthology “Two Billion Light-Years of Solitude.” Now 85 years old, his fresh and vibrant language continues to resonate with the hearts and minds of many Japanese readers. In addition to showcasing Tanikawa’s past and present work, this exhibition introduces ephemera from his childhood, sharing his favorite music, collections and so forth. Be captivated by brand new poems written for the occasion and encounter his exciting collaborations with musician Keigo Oyamada (Cornelius) and others.
Kyoichi Tsuzuki and Shuntaro Tanikawa In Conversation
Date: Jan 27 (Sat), 14:00- (doors open 13:45)
Keigo Oyamada (Cornelius) and Shuntaro Tanikawa In Conversation
Date: Feb. 10 (Sat), 14:00- (doors open 13:45)
Venue: Meeting Hall, 7F Tokyo Opera City Building
Capacity: 160 (per event, unreserved seating)
Admission: Free (numbered admission ticket required for access to event; exhibition admission ticket charged separately)
*Free numbered admission tickets for the event will be distributed at the Art Gallery entrance from 11:00 on the day of each event. Only one ticket is issued per person.
*Attendees will be asked to line up in order of their numbered admission tickets from 13:40 ahead of the doors opening.
*Events in Japanese.
from January 13, 2018 to March 25, 2018
Closed on Feb. 11 (Sun).