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  • poster for The Sense of Wonder: Into Another Garden

    The Sense of Wonder: Into Another Garden

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    • at The Vangi Sculpture Garden Museum
    • in the Greater Tokyo area
    • Media: Painting - Drawing - Photography - Sculpture - Installation - Video and Film
    • Ends in 5 days

    *The Vangi Sculpture Garden Museum is temporarily closed from Apr 9 to May 20. The museum will be open from May 21. In her 1965 posthumous work “Sense of Wonder,” marine biologist and “Silent Spring”...More »

  • poster for Monet and Matisse: Visions of the Ideal

    Monet and Matisse: Visions of the Ideal

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    • at Pola Museum of Art
    • in the Yokohama, Kanagawa area
    • Media: Painting - Photography
    • Ends in 8 days

    In a social environment characterized by rapid modernization and the repeated wars of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, there emerged in literature and art a yearning for “somewhere away from here.”...More »

  • poster for The Look of Hope-Selections from the Hara Museum Collection

    The Look of Hope-Selections from the Hara Museum Collection

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    • at Hara Museum Arc (Gunma)
    • in the Greater Tokyo area
    • Media: Graphics - Painting - Drawing - Nihonga - Photography - Architecture - Sculpture - Installation
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    Since the beginning, we humans have had the custom of saying or sharing something in order to mutually heal, energize, bolster or encourage one another. Faced as we are with an invisible enemy that is...More »

  • poster for Japanese Art: Strokes Aflame

    Japanese Art: Strokes Aflame

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    • at Fuchu Art Museum
    • in the Musashino, Tama area
    • Media: Painting - Nihonga
    • Ends in 28 days

    Art is born from a single line, which can be a symbol of limitless expression and take on a life of its own. Focusing on “lines” in artworks, this exhibition introduces around 130 works in a variety of...More »

  • poster for The Beauty of Ainu Handiwork

    The Beauty of Ainu Handiwork

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    • at Japan Folk-Craft Museum
    • in the Shibuya area
    • Media: Product - Fashion - Crafts - Ceramics
    • Ends in 28 days

    Soetsu Yanagi focused on the powerful beauty of Ainu people’s creation from early on, holding the Ainu Crafts and Culture Exhibition in 1941. This was the first Ainu crafts exhibition in an art museum....More »

  • poster for Ryuzaburo Shikiba: Mirrors of Cerebral Ventricles

    Ryuzaburo Shikiba: Mirrors of Cerebral Ventricles

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    • at Nerima Art Museum
    • in the Musashino, Tama area
    • Media: Drawing - Photography - Crafts
    • Ends in 41 days

    Ryuzabura Shikiba (1898–1965) was born in Niigata Prefecture and studied psychiatry. In addition to his psychiatric practice, Shikiba was an amazingly prolific writer, publishing some 200 books throughout...More »

  • poster for Yoshimura Yoshio: Beyond Hyper-Realism

    Yoshimura Yoshio: Beyond Hyper-Realism

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    • at Sogo Museum of Art
    • in the Yokohama, Kanagawa area
    • Media: Graphics - Drawing - Prints
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    A retrospective for Yoshio Yoshimura (1950-2013), an artist who has stunned audiences by surpassing hyper-realism with works such as a 10-meter pencil drawing and letter-for-letter reproductions of newspapers....More »

  • poster for Tatsuo Miyajima: 1995–2020 Chronicle

    Tatsuo Miyajima: 1995–2020 Chronicle

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    • at Chiba City Museum of Art
    • in the Greater Tokyo area
    • Media: Sculpture - Installation - Video and Film - Media Arts - Performance Art
    • Ends in 48 days

    International artist Tatsuo Miyajima is renowned for his works using LED digital counters. Since the 1980s, his work has been based on the three concepts of “continuing to change,” “forming relationships,”...More »

  • poster for 100 Years of BUNRIHA: Can Architecture Be Art?

    100 Years of BUNRIHA: Can Architecture Be Art?

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    • at Panasonic Shiodome Museum of Art
    • in the Ginza, Marunouchi area
    • Media: Graphics - Photography - Architecture - Product - Video and Film
    • Ends in 50 days

    The Bunrinha, considered the first contemporary architectural movement in Japan, was formed in 1920 by Kikuji Ishimoto, Mayumi Takizawa, Sutemi Horiguchi, Keiichi Morita, Shigeru Yada, and Mamoru Yamada,...More »

  • poster for Happiness on the Horizon: The Copperplate Prints of Yozo Hamaguchi

    Happiness on the Horizon: The Copperplate Prints of Yozo Hamaguchi

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    • at Musee Hamaguchi Yozo / Yamasa Collection
    • in the Kyobashi, Nihonbashi area
    • Media: Prints
    • Ends in 55 days

    Yozo Hamaguchi (1909–2000) was a major figure in 20th century copperplate printmaking. After WWII, he traveled to Paris and developed the color mezzotint method of copperplate engraving around 1955. His...More »

  • poster for Ishimoto Yasuhiro Centennial: Tradition and Modernity

    Ishimoto Yasuhiro Centennial: Tradition and Modernity

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    • at Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery
    • in the Shinjuku area
    • Media: Photography - Architecture
    • Ends in 55 days

    With “tradition and modernity” as the starting point, this exhibition focuses on the first half of the Yasuhiro Ishimoto’s activities and pays attention to his gaze that penetrates various subjects. At...More »

  • poster for Realism of Life: Masterpieces of Nihonga

    Realism of Life: Masterpieces of Nihonga

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    • at Museum of Modern Art, Hayama
    • in the Yokohama, Kanagawa area
    • Media: Nihonga
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    Nihonga (Japanese-style painting) has evolved together with the modernization of Japan. This exhibition features distinctive nihonga artists including Tamako Kataoka, whose first solo exhibition was held...More »

  • poster for STARS: Six Contemporary Artists from Japan to the World – Stars are Not Made Overnight!

    STARS: Six Contemporary Artists from Japan to the World – Stars are Not Made Overnight!

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    • at Mori Art Museum
    • in the Roppongi, Nogizaka area
    • Media: Painting - Drawing - Nihonga - Photography - Sculpture - Installation - Fashion - Crafts - Ceramics - Video and Film - Animation - Media Arts - Performance Art
    • Ends in 69 days

    This exhibition features six artists whose careers propelled them beyond the confines of Japan, earning them high acclaim today around the world, and across generations, tracing their journey from their...More »

  • poster for Time Flows: Reflections by 5 Artists

    Time Flows: Reflections by 5 Artists

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    • at Hara Museum of Contemporary Art (Tokyo)
    • in the Tokyo: Others area
    • Media: Photography - Architecture - Sculpture - Installation - Video and Film
    • Ends in 77 days

    A reservation is required to visit the museum. Booking starts from September 7 (Monday). 2020 has been a year of much trepidation in face of uncontrollable world events. Amidst such turbulence, this...More »

  • poster for Garden of Life: Eight Contemporary Artists Venture into Nature

    Garden of Life: Eight Contemporary Artists Venture into Nature

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    • at Tokyo Metropolitan Teien Art Museum
    • in the Ebisu, Daikanyama area
    • Media: Painting - Drawing - Sculpture - Installation - Product - Crafts - Ceramics - Video and Film
    • Ends in 78 days

    We have long adapted to the unrelenting environment on our ever-changing planet, evolving from a single lifeform that emerged eons ago to eventually acquire extraordinary knowledge. Nonetheless, enveloped...More »

  • poster for Gazing at the Hearts of Children: Chihiro Iwasaki Exhibition

    Gazing at the Hearts of Children: Chihiro Iwasaki Exhibition

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    • at Chihiro Art Museum Tokyo
    • in the Musashino, Tama area
    • Media: Painting - Drawing
    • Ends in 97 days

    Despite the worldwide prevalence of the internet and AI technologies in people’s lives and the touting of technological progress and material wealth, a day doesn’t go by in Japan without report of a children...More »

  • poster for Living Tokyo - I Love Art 15

    Living Tokyo - I Love Art 15

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    • at Watari-um, The Watari Museum of Contemporary Art
    • in the Omotesando, Aoyama area
    • Media: Graphics - Painting - Drawing - Photography - Prints - Architecture - Sculpture - Installation - Ceramics - Video and Film - Media Arts - Performance Art
    • Ends in 97 days

    This September marks the 30th anniversary of Watari-um. This exhibition features artwork, documentaries, and guest artists reimagining the next 30 years of “Tokyo”.More »

  • poster for Jakuchū, the Playful Painter ― also featuring Kōrin, Ōkyo, Shōhaku, and others ― Commemorating the 220th anniversary of the artist’s death

    Jakuchū, the Playful Painter ― also featuring Kōrin, Ōkyo, Shōhaku, and others ― Commemorating the 220th anniversary of the artist’s death

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    • at Okada Museum Of Art
    • in the Yokohama, Kanagawa area
    • Ends in 153 days

    The painter Jakuchū Ito (1716–1800) was active in Kyoto during the mid-Edo period. While born as the eldest son of a wealthy merchant, he was not interested in fame or profit and did not like academic...More »

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