Japanese fans of modern art may be familiar with Leandro Erlich, his Swimming Pool installation has been a permanent fixture in the Kanazawa Museum of Contemporary Art since 2004. Like most his work, the pool immerses the viewer in a confusing experience, flipping their perspectives upside down.
Now experience the largest ever exhibition of Erlich’s work, with over 40 mind-bending installations on display at the Mori Art Museum. From a maze of mirrors to a dock of boats floating without water, the Argentinian artist presents a world made to challenge your perception.
When you’ve regained your sense of reality, stop by the Tokyo City View observation deck in the same building, preferably around sunset, for an unforgettable Tokyo skyline.
Open 10am-10pm (Wednesday – Monday, last entry 9:30pm)
¥1,800 General Admission, ¥1,200 Student.