October, 2011 Archive
A review of “Metabolism, the City of the Future”, at the Mori Art Museum
Festival/Tokyo, Japan’s largest performing arts event, tackles the post-3.11 zeitgeist
Looking back at the period of the Metabolists through the eyes of today
A brave new world for art and artists
A site-specific, twelve-hour interactive art event in an abandoned building…
Interactive theatre project “The House of Atreus” allows participants to explore the boundary between the public and the private, between their own narratives and those handed to them, in the wake of 3.11.
Leo Rubinfien’s “Wounded Cities”, at the National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo.
Fancy joining the TAB team in heading to the Mori Art Museum wearing an original costume inspired by the Metabolism exhibition?
Light art meets high fashion in Omotesando.
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