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2D: Illustration

  • poster for Priit Pärn Exhibition

    Priit Pärn Exhibition

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    • at Au Praxinoscope
    • B1F, 7-13-11 Okusawa, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo 158-0083
    • Ends in 72 days

    On exhibit are a series of 14 illustrations by the renown Estonian cartoonist and animator Priit Pärn for “Kilplased” a story about the comical residents of a village. The conversation piece or groups...More »

  • poster for Satoshi Kato’s Secret Exhibition

    Satoshi Kato’s Secret Exhibition

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    • at Kawasaki City Museum
    • 1-2 Todoroki, Nakahara-ku, Kawasaki-shi, Kanagawa-ken 211-0052
    • Starts in 16 days

    Over a career spanning 50 years, Satoshi Kako was known for picture books such “Little Daruma and Little Tengu” and “Mr. Crow’s Bakery”. This exhibition presents all of Kako’s work from the “Daruma” series...More »

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2D: Painting

  • poster for Yoshiki Hase + Yusuke Mitsufuji + Takumi Ueda Exhibition

    Yoshiki Hase + Yusuke Mitsufuji + Takumi Ueda Exhibition

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    • at Rise Gallery
    • 4-3-12-1F Himonya, Meguro-ku, Tokyo 152-0003
    • Ends in 8 days

    This three-person exhibit by male artists of differing backgrounds is a continuation of the Special Edition project that began last summer. Photographer Yoshiki Hase spends much time carefully crafting...More »

  • poster for Fumiko Hayashi “Broke, Dammit”

    Fumiko Hayashi “Broke, Dammit”

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    • at Setagaya Literary Museum
    • 1-10-10 Minami Karasuyama, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo 157-0062
    • Ends in 10 days

    This exhibition takes the words of 20th century Japanese writer Fumiko Hayashi and presents them as words of advice on how to live a fulfilling life, showcasing over 250 documents, paintings, etc.More »

  • poster for Toshiya Motai “Vertical”

    Toshiya Motai “Vertical”

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    • at Gallery Taga 2
    • 1-34-2 Soshigaya, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo 157-0072
    • Ends in 11 days

    An exhibition of Toshiya Motai’s vertical painting series “Vertical.” Even beyond the interrelation between format and the spirit of the paintings, “Vertical” seeks a higher spirit that Motai has been...More »

  • poster for Hiroko Yamamoto Exhibition

    Hiroko Yamamoto Exhibition

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    • at Gallery 21 yo-j
    • 6-24-11 Todoroki, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo 158-0082
    • Starts Today, Ends in 17 days

    Recently, letters or written characters have been an important motif in HIroko Yamamoto’s work. For this exhibition, Yamamoto worked with wire to create work in the shape of Chinese characters such as...More »

  • poster for Sayoko Abe “In the Name of the Flower”

    Sayoko Abe “In the Name of the Flower”

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    • at Tir na nog Gallery
    • 2-43-18 Akatsutsumi, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo 156-0044
    • Starts in 2 days

    “Learning the name of a flower makes us feel close to the flower.” Fresh buds appear, bloom charmingly and eventually the colors fade. Abe conveys every stage of the beauty of flowers. Now her latest oils...More »

  • poster for Satoshi Kato’s Secret Exhibition

    Satoshi Kato’s Secret Exhibition

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    • at Kawasaki City Museum
    • 1-2 Todoroki, Nakahara-ku, Kawasaki-shi, Kanagawa-ken 211-0052
    • Starts in 16 days

    Over a career spanning 50 years, Satoshi Kako was known for picture books such “Little Daruma and Little Tengu” and “Mr. Crow’s Bakery”. This exhibition presents all of Kako’s work from the “Daruma” series...More »

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2D: Drawing

  • poster for Fumiko Hayashi “Broke, Dammit”

    Fumiko Hayashi “Broke, Dammit”

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    • at Setagaya Literary Museum
    • 1-10-10 Minami Karasuyama, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo 157-0062
    • Ends in 10 days

    This exhibition takes the words of 20th century Japanese writer Fumiko Hayashi and presents them as words of advice on how to live a fulfilling life, showcasing over 250 documents, paintings, etc.More »

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2D: Photography

  • poster for The Photography of Taro Okamoto

    The Photography of Taro Okamoto

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    • at Taro Okamoto Museum of Art, Kawasaki
    • 7-1-5 Masukata, Tama-ku, Kawasaki-shi, Kanagawa-ken 214-0032
    • Ends in 10 days

    During his younger days as a student in Paris, Taro Okamoto developed an interest in philosophy and sociology, studying ethnology and cultural anthropology at the University of Paris. During his time there,...More »

  • poster for Versatile Artist Taro Okamoto: Process of Completion of “Tower of the Sun”, 1967-1970

    Versatile Artist Taro Okamoto: Process of Completion of “Tower of the Sun”, 1967-1970

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    • at Taro Okamoto Museum of Art, Kawasaki
    • 7-1-5 Masukata, Tama-ku, Kawasaki-shi, Kanagawa-ken 214-0032
    • Ends in 10 days

    This exhibition introduces Taro Okamoto’s activities from 1967 when he was selected to produce the Theme Space at Expo ’70, to 1971 the year following the Expo, including activity related to his most famous...More »

  • poster for Ellie Omiya “Spirit Charge Photography II”

    Ellie Omiya “Spirit Charge Photography II”

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    • at Capsule
    • 2-7-12 Ikejiri, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo 154-0001
    • Ends in 31 days

    The second exhibition of works featured in Ellie Omiya’s photo book “Mienaimono ga Oshietekuretakoto” (What the Invisible Taught Me), a collection of images capturing the vital energy of spiritual California...More »

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2D: Prints

  • poster for Priit Pärn Exhibition

    Priit Pärn Exhibition

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    • at Au Praxinoscope
    • B1F, 7-13-11 Okusawa, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo 158-0083
    • Ends in 72 days

    On exhibit are a series of 14 illustrations by the renown Estonian cartoonist and animator Priit Pärn for “Kilplased” a story about the comical residents of a village. The conversation piece or groups...More »

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Screen: Animation

  • poster for Priit Pärn Exhibition

    Priit Pärn Exhibition

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    • at Au Praxinoscope
    • B1F, 7-13-11 Okusawa, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo 158-0083
    • Ends in 72 days

    On exhibit are a series of 14 illustrations by the renown Estonian cartoonist and animator Priit Pärn for “Kilplased” a story about the comical residents of a village. The conversation piece or groups...More »

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Particip.: Party

  • poster for Ellie Omiya “Spirit Charge Photography II”

    Ellie Omiya “Spirit Charge Photography II”

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    • at Capsule
    • 2-7-12 Ikejiri, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo 154-0001
    • Ends in 31 days

    The second exhibition of works featured in Ellie Omiya’s photo book “Mienaimono ga Oshietekuretakoto” (What the Invisible Taught Me), a collection of images capturing the vital energy of spiritual California...More »

  • poster for Sayoko Abe “In the Name of the Flower”

    Sayoko Abe “In the Name of the Flower”

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    • at Tir na nog Gallery
    • 2-43-18 Akatsutsumi, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo 156-0044
    • Starts in 2 days

    “Learning the name of a flower makes us feel close to the flower.” Fresh buds appear, bloom charmingly and eventually the colors fade. Abe conveys every stage of the beauty of flowers. Now her latest oils...More »

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Particip.: Talks

  • poster for Ellie Omiya “Spirit Charge Photography II”

    Ellie Omiya “Spirit Charge Photography II”

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    • at Capsule
    • 2-7-12 Ikejiri, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo 154-0001
    • Ends in 31 days

    The second exhibition of works featured in Ellie Omiya’s photo book “Mienaimono ga Oshietekuretakoto” (What the Invisible Taught Me), a collection of images capturing the vital energy of spiritual California...More »

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