Some of the top art attractions over the coming holidays.
Cherry blossom viewing time is also a great time to see exhibitions around Tokyo.
The fourth Roppongi Art Night appoints for the first time an artistic director.
Private life is becoming public, and public life is becoming private; so the message goes with this year’s Yebisu International Festival for Art & Alternative Visions (Yebizo).
Exhibitions, (re-)openings, new appointments, scandals and more…
A short round-up of the year just passed
Designing New Social Systems Through Sharing and Networking: Culture and Social Innovation – Tokyo Conference
A report on the second day of the Tokyo Culture Creation Project’s international conference, held at Tosho Hall on October 20, 2012
A new exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo investigates the relationship between music and art
Festival/Tokyo 2012 opens with a provocative, interactive site-specific installation in the Sugamo area
Roppongi Art Night returns to “revitalize Japan with Art”
The Park Project public art program transforms an area of Yoyogi Park
Musician Makoto Nomura’s “orchestra” at Art Access Adachi’s public bath concert
Tadashi Kawamata’s Tokyo in Progress project rises in the east of the city
A report on the second day of the Future Sketch Tokyo Conference, held at the Akihabara Convention Hall on October 29, 2011
The fourth installment of the Yebisu International Festival for Art & Alternative Visions.
A rough guide to the art galleries and museums which will keep all the family happy
It’s been a traumatic year for Japan and the Tokyo art world
“Architectural Environments for Tomorrow, New Spatial Practices in Architecture and Art (Tokyo Art Meeting II)” at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo
The TERATOTERA Matsuri transformed Kichijoji through a mix of art, dance, music, film and more
Festival/Tokyo, Japan’s largest performing arts event, tackles the post-3.11 zeitgeist
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.
Considering the relationship between Japan’s corporate sector and the art world.
TABlog tags along to an art tour to visit the Dojima River Biennale 2011 in Osaka, organized by Espace Louis Vuitton Tokyo.
Traditional taiko group Amanojaku proves that drums can be more than just background music
Exploring the hidden streets of Tokyo’s Yanaka district
Thinking and narrating Tokyo: A phantom tower makes landfall along the Sumida River
“Daydream Believer”: using the power of the image to give invisible dreams a visible form.
Ongoing art project that emerged out of student research gets to the heart of Koganei through a series of talks.
Pointers for contemporary life gleaned from traditional Japanese culture.
A run-down on recent Nagoya art world developments.