Art Spaces Open Over Winter Break

Museums and galleries to visit during the year-end and New Year holidays

In Features by TABlog Editors 2019-12-30

Most museums and galleries in the Tokyo area will be closed from December 30th through January 5th, but a few will have special openings over the winter break.

'Future and the Art: AI, Robotics, Cities Life – How Humanity Will Live Tomorrow' at Mori Art Museum

3 Museums Open New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day
Mori Art Museum
Showing: Future and the Art: AI, Robotics, Cities Life – How Humanity Will Live Tomorrow
Open: December 30th through January 5th

Pola Museum of Art
Showing: Surrealist Painting – Influences and Iterations in Japan
Open: December 30th through January 5th

Hakone Open Air Museum
Showing: Night at the Hakone Open-Air Museum
Open: December 30th through January 5th

Ueno Museums Reopening on January 2
Ueno Royal Museum
Showing: Vincent van Gogh
Open: December 30th and January 2nd through January 5th
Closed: December 31st and January 1st

National Museum of Western Art, Tokyo
Showing: The Habsburg Dynasty: 600 Years of Imperial Collections
Open: January 2nd through January 5th
Closed: December 30th through January 1st

Tokyo National Museum
Showing: Man, God & Nature in the Ancient World: Masterpieces from the Al Thani Collection
Open: January 2nd through January 5th
Closed: December 30th through January 1st

'Philippe Pareno: A Manifestation of Objects' at Watari-um

Contemporary Art
Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo
Showing: Dumb Type “Actions + Reflections”
Open: January 2nd through January 5th
Closed: December 30th through January 1st

The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo
Showing: The Window: A Journey of Art and Architecture through Windows
Open: January 2nd through January 5th
Closed: December 30th through January 1st

Watari-um, The Watari Museum of Contemporary Art
Showing: Philippe Pareno: A Manifestation of Objects
Open: December 30th and January 4th through January 5th
Closed: December 31st through January 3rd

Ismaïl Bahri 'Invisible Concern' at Maison Hermès

Galleries
Maison Hermès
Showing: Ismaïl Bahri “Invisible Concern”
Open: December 30th and January 3rd through January 5th
Closed: December 31st through January 2nd

Espace Louis Vuitton Tokyo
Showing: Coming of Age
Open: December 30th through December 31st and January 2nd through January 5th
(Closes at 6:00 p.m. on December 31st)
Closed: January 1

Diesel Art Gallery
Showing: Pyuupiru “Goddess”
Open: December 30th through 31st and January 2nd through January 5th
Closed: January 1st

The Club
Showing: Detanico Lain “Between Yesterday and Tomorrow”
Open: Dec. 30 throgh Dec. 31st and January 2nd through January 5
Closed: January 1st

Izumi Kato 'Like a Rolling Snowball' at Hara Museum Arc (Gunma)
Outside Tokyo
Hara Museum Arc (Gunma)
Showing: Izumi Kato “Like a Rolling Snowball”
Open: December 30th through 31st and January 2nd through January 5th
Closed: January 1st

Some exhibitions are eligible for MuPon and TAB app discounts. Please be sure to check the official websites for closing and last admission times.

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