This Is Now
Ends in 13 days
Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow. The important thing is not to stop questioning. -Albert Einstein
Art Tokyo Platform proudly presents its second group exhibition titled ‘This Is Now’ featuring 6 artists and an artist duo.
The year 2020 will certainly go down in history. As exhibitions around the world had been either cancelled or postponed one after another, artists had been reassessing their circumstances, reevaluating their stance. Today when people are still bewildered by the word `new normal’, the featured artists express how they feel and what they want to portray at this moment in their original two-dimensional works using their specialized techniques, from lacquer work to oil painting.
Yusuke Asai, who has been showing his work around the world, will be creating his renowned work ‘Masking Plant’ on the center pillar situated between the two escalators in the hotel lobby. The visitors will see the ‘masking plant’ made with masking tape grows in a couple of stages. In the time of uncertainty, this work representing hope for a bright future is a heartfelt gift for the audience from the artist.
Art Platform Tokyo, was founded to provide visual artists in Japan with alternative channels to showcase their artwork. It will celebrate its fourth year introducing artists at ANA InterContinental Tokyo in the fall of 2020. Cutting edge contemporary art, Japanese traditional painting, or craftwork…regardless of conventionally categorized genre, our aim at the hotel is to present these artists’ voices and introduce their unique expression 24/7.
Please scan the QR code on the caption and learn more about each work and artist. Also, don’t miss the special website for the exhibition.
from November 05, 2020 to February 08, 2021
Open 24 hours
Note:Depends on each event.
Address: 1-12-33 Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-0052
Phone: 03-3505-1111 Fax: 03-3505-1155
1 minute walk from exit 13 at Tameike-sanno Station on the Namboku and Ginza lines, 1 minute walk from exit 3 at Roppongi-itchome Station on the Namboku line, 8 minute walk from exit 4 at Kamiyacho Station on the Hibiya line.