“Orai” Exhibition

Mizuma Art Gallery - Ichigaya

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*Accepting admission with a reservation, and limiting maximum capacity in the gallery space to 12 people per 1 hour during the exhibition. You may enter without a reservation, however the gallery will prioritize those who have reserved the space. Please kindly make an appointment through the online website or email below before your visit.

This exhibition is based on the theme of “boundary lines” and has been titled the “Orai” Exhibition (Orai, meaning to sway back and forth in Japanese) with the hopes that you would enjoy the works of these five artists. “Orai” is also used to indicate agreement or consent, a Japanese-made English term that originally comes from the word “all right.” It may be said that this word came into existence in Japan as it too had jumped across the boundary of language. Such ambiguity, and looseness, may be what is necessary at times. The exhibition will allow you to feel the resonance between the exhibited artworks, while going back and forth through the works of the various artists.

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from May 26, 2021 to June 26, 2021
By appointment only. Exhibition Hours 12:00-18:00.

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