Ends in 60 days
*In order to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus, Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo has introduced reservation priority tickets (date and time tickets, date and time tickets) with a limited number of visitors for each exhibition.
*Following the lifting of the declaration of a state of emergency, same-day tickets for each exhibition will be available at the ticket counter in the museum from March 23 (Tuesday). However, in order to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus infection, we recommend that you continue to purchase priority tickets (date/time/date reserved tickets) in advance.
Please check the official website for information on how to make advance reservations.
*During the period from April 29 (Thu., holiday) to May 5 (Wed., holiday) (Golden Week period) and from June 12 (Sat.) to 20 (Sun.) (end of the exhibition period), only priority tickets will be sold by reservation (complete reservation system). Mupon cannot be used during these periods.
This is Rhizomatiks’ first large-scale solo exhibition at a museum, showcasing a multiplex of their ingenious experiments that seek out a sense of synchronicity with a constantly changing world through a hybrid, offline/online exhibition of new works and archival materials.
As their first large-scale solo exhibition at a museum, this exhibition offers an overview of the inter-disciplinary creations that Rhizomatiks have been developing, in addition to showcasing a variety of their new projects that exist in a state of critical synchronization with the “present.” Against the backdrop of a digital, networked society, this exhibition presents the possibilities of a new kind of humanity and the unique appeal associated with Rhizomatiks’ pursuit of hitherto unexplored visual horizons. A post-COVID-19 society demands that the world shift online, and new possibilities surrounding human communication are being explored. Rhizomatiks, which has been implementing numerous projects and technological proposals against this chaotic backdrop, will attempt to demonstrate the “new role of the artist” in the ever-shifting world of spring 2021.
Venue: Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo Exhibition Gallery B2F
from March 20, 2021 to June 20, 2021
Open on 5/3, closed on 5/6
Adults ¥1500, University/Vocational School/65 and older ¥900, High School and Junior High School ¥500, Elementary School and Under ¥0
From 10:00 To 18:00
Closed on Mondays
Note:Open on public holiday Monday but closed on the following day. Closed during the New Year holidays.(12/28 - 1/1)