A short list of events and exhibitions happening in Tokyo and beyond this month.
A giant wastepaper basket by ceramicist Kimiyo Mishima stands proud within a busy Shinagawa transport hub.
A short list of events and exhibitions across Tokyo and beyond in July.
A short list of events and exhibitions happening across Tokyo in June.
The late, great Taro Okamoto’s “Myth of Tomorrow” greets millions of commuters at Shibuya Station each day.
The first in a series of profiles of Tokyo’s alternative art venues.
A short list of events and exhibitions across Tokyo in May.
A short list of events and exhibitions happening across Tokyo, and beyond, in April.
Choi Jeong Hwa’s large sculpture stands in Rinko Park in Minato Mirai, Yokohama.
A short list of exhibitions and events happening across Tokyo during March.
Buren’s vertically striped gateways stand amid the grand concrete structures of Odaiba.
A short list of exhibitions and events happening across Tokyo during February.
Tokyo Art Beat’s writers share their highlights of Tokyo exhibitions and events for 2013.
The fourth in a series about public art in Tokyo takes a wander through Tachikawa’s collection of public art projects.
It’s always photography season in Tokyo. Take your pick from these 10 events.
There’s some fine art to be found on the sidewalks and lampposts of Tokyo.
The third in a series about public art in Tokyo takes a look at the gigantic spider sculpture within the Roppongi Hills complex.
A list of Tokyo spaces that combine art, food and drink.
Masatake Kouzaki’s illuminated mural at Daikanyama T-Site is the subject for the second piece in a series about public artworks in Tokyo.
Here are some ways to combine blossom-viewing and art-viewing during the wet season in Tokyo.
Not everything is closed on Mondays- here’s a selection of worthwhile places and shows that can be viewed when the options seem limited.
Lichtenstein’s Tokyo Brushstroke I & II are the feature in the first of a new series about Tokyo’s public art projects.
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