Three smaller exhibitions taken from the Mori Art Museum’s permanent collection will run concurrently with the upcoming “Catastrophe and the Power of Art” exhibition. Artistic collective Chim Pom joins forces with Makoto Aida to celebrate the mythology of crows. Hsu Chia-Wei’s video installation delves into political and social history from multiple angles. Lastly, “Chronicle Kyoto 1990s” explores the city’s artistic explosion just before the new millennium which revolved around drag parties and contemporary art, as well as AIDS and LGBT education. It’s an eclectic showcase that’s not to be missed.
10am – 10pm. At the door: ¥1,800 adult ¥1,200 students, ¥600 child, ¥1,500 senior. Mori Art Museum, 53F 6−11−1 Roppongi, Minato-ku. Roppongi