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  • poster for Shigeru Hasegawa and Yoshinori Niwa

    Shigeru Hasegawa and Yoshinori Niwa

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    • at Satoko Oe Contemporary
    • 1F, 3-18-8 Shirakawa, Koto-ku, Tokyo 135-0021
    • Media: Painting - Installation - Video and Film
    • Starts Today, Ends in 24 days

    The show introduces works by Shigeru Hasegawa and Yoshinori Niwa never before shown in Japan.More »

  • poster for Katsuya Sugimoto + Solaya Nagai “Step, Swap, Wip, What’s Up?”

    Katsuya Sugimoto + Solaya Nagai “Step, Swap, Wip, What’s Up?”

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    • at Harmas Gallery
    • 2-4-7 Kiyosumi, Koto-ku, Tokyo 135-0024
    • Media: Painting - Sculpture - Party
    • Ends in 10 days

    This exhibition is a conversation between Katsuya Sugimoto and Solaya Nagai, two artists who work in different media (painting and sculpture) yet share similar perspectives. Sugimoto’s paintings had focused...More »

  • poster for Junya Kataoka + Rie Iwatake  “As the inevitable spin of a light bulb and a fan on a marble slab”

    Junya Kataoka + Rie Iwatake “As the inevitable spin of a light bulb and a fan on a marble slab”

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    • at Kana Kawanishi Gallery
    • 1F, 4-7-6 Shirakawa, Koto-ku, Tokyo 135-0021
    • Media: Installation - Party
    • Starts in 3 days

    New installations by Junya Kataoka and Rie Iwatake.More »

  • poster for Hiroko Masuko Exhibition

    Hiroko Masuko Exhibition

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    • at Gallery Momo Ryogoku
    • 1F 1-7-15 Kamezawa, Sumida-ku, Tokyo 130-0014
    • Media: Painting - Drawing - Party
    • Ends in 10 days

    In 2006, Hiroko Masuko began work on the series of works titled ‘Bonsai’. In 2013, inspired by the words “Kawa no Utsuwa”, Masuko began work on a series of one drawing per day. Finally, in 2018, the artist...More »

  • poster for Everyday Life in 18th Century Seoul—The World of Yu Man-ju’s Diary

    Everyday Life in 18th Century Seoul—The World of Yu Man-ju’s Diary

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    • at Edo-Tokyo Museum
    • 1-4-1 Yokoami, Sumida-ku, Tokyo 130-0015
    • Media: Painting - Crafts
    • Ends in 39 days

    Yu Man-ju, born in 1755 when the modern-day city of Seoul was known as Hanyang, consistently kept a journal for around 13 years from January 1, 1775, when he was 21 years old, until just before his death...More »

  • poster for Miniatures From the Museum Collection

    Miniatures From the Museum Collection

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    • at Tobacco & Salt Museum
    • 1-16-3 Yokokawa Sumida-ku, Tokyo 130-0003
    • Media: Sculpture
    • Ends in 39 days

    This show introduces the big appeal of small things with some 800 miniatures dating to the Meiji period through the prewar era. While only a few centimeters in size, these objects function like the real...More »

  • poster for Chasing Dawns / Releasing Nights

    Chasing Dawns / Releasing Nights

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    • at Art Trace Gallery
    • Akiyama Bldg.1F, 2-13-19 Midori, Sumida-ku, Tokyo 130-0021
    • Media: Painting - Sculpture - Party
    • Ends in 4 days

    A group exhibition of painting and sculptureMore »

  • poster for Commemorating the 170th Anniversary of Hokusai’s Death: Hokusai Masterpieces from the Mogi-Honke Museum of Art

    Commemorating the 170th Anniversary of Hokusai’s Death: Hokusai Masterpieces from the Mogi-Honke Museum of Art

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    • at The Sumida Hokusai Museum
    • 2-7-2 Kamezawa, Sumida-ku, Tokyo 130-0014 
    • Media: Painting - Nihonga - Sculpture
    • Ends in 12 days

    The Mogi-Honke Museum of Art opened in Noda, Chiba Prefecture, in 2006, to exhibit the works of art collected by Mogi Shichizaemon, a twelfth-generation descendent of the Mogi family, who were among of...More »

  • poster for Momoko Morita “Where Screams of the Soul Resound”

    Momoko Morita “Where Screams of the Soul Resound”

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    • at ondo Stay&Exbition
    • 2-6-12 Kiyosumi, Koto-ku, Tokyo 135-0024
    • Media: Illustration - Painting
    • Ends in 4 days

    Music and narrative portrayed in various colors and forms are themes of this exhibition by Momoko Morita, an illustrator who uses acrylic paint and collage techniques in her work. More »

  • poster for Samurai – Peacekeeping Contributors in the Edo Period

    Samurai – Peacekeeping Contributors in the Edo Period

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    • at Edo-Tokyo Museum
    • 1-4-1 Yokoami, Sumida-ku, Tokyo 130-0015
    • Media: Painting - Photography
    • Ends in 12 days

    Both in Japan and abroad, “samurai” is often used as a keyword to evoke images of Japan. However, the associations with this word may vary, depending on the person. To reconsider images of the samurai,...More »

  • poster for Hand-Woven Fabrics of Nomads

    Hand-Woven Fabrics of Nomads

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    • at Gallery Kopis
    • 1-4-16 Miyoshi, Koto-ku, Tokyo 135-0022
    • Media: Crafts
    • Starts in 4 days

    Turkish carpets and other handwoven fabrics from nomadic cultures.More »

  • poster for Ricarda Roggan “Apparat”

    Ricarda Roggan “Apparat”

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    • at Ando Gallery
    • 3-3-6 Hirano, Koto-ku, Tokyo 135-0023
    • Media: Photography - Party
    • Ends in 38 days

    Ricarda Roggan was born in Dresden, former East Germany in 1972. She studied at the Academy of Visual Arts in Leipzig, completing her master’s degree in 2004. In 2003, Roggan entered the Royal College...More »

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