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MOT Annual 2020: Invisible Powers

MOT Annual 2020 is an exhibition celebrating young Japanese artists, exploring the invisible powers in the natural, social and built world, through the work of four artists and an artist duo. The exhibition highlights, discusses and exposes the invisible powers…

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1894 Visions: Odilon Redon and Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec

The Mitsubishi Ichigokan Museum, Tokyo (MIMT) is celebrating its tenth anniversary with an exhibition focusing on the year 1894 with its “1894 Visions: Odilon Redon and Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec” exhibition. 1894 marks the year the Mitsubishi Ichigokan Museum was completed,…

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Tokyo Curiosity

Bunkamura Museum is hosting the long-awaited exhibition “Tokyo Curiosity” that revolves around the four keynotes of identity, diversity, here and now and timelessness. “Tokyo Curiosity” is part of the project “Tokyo-Ga”, which gathers photographs of Tokyo taken by 100 photographers…

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Ishimoto Yasuhiro Centennial: Tradition and Modernity

2021 marks the hundredth anniversary of Ishimoto Yasuhiro’s birth and to celebrate Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery is hosting the “Ishimoto Yasuhiro Centennial: Tradition and Modernity”, focusing on his cityscape, urban and later photography. The acclaimed Japanese-American photographer studied at…

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KING & QUEEN

“KING & QUEEN” brings 90 portraits of five dynasties of British royal families, from the House of Tudor to the current House of Windsor, from London’s National Portrait Gallery to Tokyo’s Ueno Royal Museum. Spanning four hundred tumultuous years of…

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Japanese Art: Deep and Deeper

“Japanese Art: Deep and Deeper” at The Suntory Museum of Art explores the relationship between traditional Japanese aesthetics and art, everyday life and the modern household. It delves into the history of Japanese aesthetics with a collection that supersedes basic…

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ONOMATOPEE

*Please take care and act responsibly during this time to slow the spread of COVID-19. Make sure you wear a mask in public spaces and avoid crowded or large events, especially those that have poor ventilation or few safety precautions.*  …

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Asuka Anastacia Ogawa

Asuka Anastacia Ogawa in her “Medicine girl” (2019) and “Lilly” (2019) exposed at Blum & Poe Tokyo, depicts androgynous children in chimerical dreamscapes, scenes formed from solid fields of color and flat picture planes. Her subjects have wide thin eyes…

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