Some highlights from the annual art weekender.
A photo report from Tokyo’s biggest art fair.
Trans Arts Tokyo returns for a second year, with multiple venues spread across the Kanda area.
Katsuhiro Otomo’s latest offering launches in Nakano
A new exhibition at the Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography traces the radical history of Japanese photographs around 1968.
Once again Roppongi became the heart of the Japanese art scene for two days and one crazy night
A photo report on highlights from Tokyo’s top design event of the year
TABlog checks out the vernissage for the photography fair
Following its summer re-scheduling last year, Japan’s largest art event returns to its usual spring position
Two venues. Two art fairs. One weekend.
Arguably the biggest art event of the year kicks off in the Tokyo neighbour.
After being postponed due to the March 11th earthquake Art Fair Tokyo finally kicked off
The first edition of a new public art event series lands in Ni-chome.
The gallery showcase event returns
A new art fair (and art fair business model) is born in Tokyo.
Shirokane gets a new art space, courtesy of the former director of Art Fair Tokyo.
Kate Rohde’s exhibition opening, November 5 2010, at the Koishikawa Annex, the University Museum.
A new fashion and design show re-evaluates Japanese “monozukuri”.
Nawa’s latest solo exhibition at SCAI THE BATHHOUSE, “Synthesis”, presents a new development in the “BEADS” series and an installation of drawings.
“How small? How vast? How architecture grows.” exhibition at Shiseido Gallery.
The classy art fair bringing together Japanese and overseas photography galleries kicked off in Roppongi.
Mori Art Museum’s new blockbuster exhibition.
Tokyo Art Book Fair, organized by Oliver Watson and Hiroshi Eguchi, was held for the second time.
Austrian artists gathered at Tokyo Wonder Site, Shibuya for a film and photography exhibition exploring “the latent darkness and insanity hidden inside bodies and cities”…
The annual SICF at Spiral was a four-day showcase, highlighting up-and-coming talent in the fields of painting, graphics, design and fashion.
Shibuya’s streets came alive with performance art, music and sculpture for “Art Re-Public Tokyo”.
The annual public art event brought out crowds to watch and interact with bright and cheerful attractions.
The biggest event in the Japanese art calendar kicked off at the International Forum.
The female artist-orientated gallery in the NADiff building, Ebisu, closed its doors on March 14.
A stylish art fair is born at Mori Arts Center Gallery.