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KYOTOGRAPHIE Photography Festival 2022

The 10th edition of the KYOTOGRAPHIE International Photography Festival will be held from April 9th – May 8th, 2022, presenting over 10 exhibitions in iconic Kyoto venues. The KYOTOGRAPHIE International Photography Festival is held annually over four weeks in a…

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Naoki Honjo: (Un)real Utopia

Honjo Naoki is a photographer known for his unique style of shooting cities like a diorama with tilt-shift photography using a 4 x 5 camera. His work, like a miniature world, questions us what reality and fiction about our world…

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Morimura Yasumasa Exhibition

As part of Kyoto City KYOCERA Museum of Art’s first anniversary exhibition, the museum is pleased to present a solo exhibition “My Self-Portraits as a Theater of Labyrinths” by Morimura Yasumasa (born in Osaka, 1951-), one of Japan’s leading contemporary artists….

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After the Spectacle

The Yebisu lnternational Festival for Art & Alternative Visions is a unique annual event founded in 2009 which combines exhibitions, screenings, live performances, and talk sessions. Over the years, the festival has aspired to be a forum for exploring the…

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MODE SURREAL: A Crazy Love for Wearing

Surrealism, which was the greatest art movement of the 20th century, exerted influence on every aspect of the age. Its impact was felt deep within consciousness, extending beyond the bounds of expression. In the world of fashion, brand new ideas…

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Miquel Barceló

Miquel Barceló (1957), the highly-active, preeminent contemporary artist, presents a major overview of his work for the first time in Japan. Barcelóʼs career is based in Europe, beginning in Majorca where he was born. Since his stunning debut at Documenta…

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Japanese Art’s Influence on Art Nouveau

Art Nouveau (French for “new art”) flourished in Europe from the end of the 19th to the beginning of the 20th century. Japanese art was a formative influence on the style. While on the one hand a cutting-edge art movement,…

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Eisei Bunko Museum: Ancient Chinese Art

Moritatsu Hosokawa (1883-1970, 16s of the Hosokawa family), the founder of Eisei Bunko,  was familiar with Chinese books from a young age and had a strong admiration for Chinese culture. He travelled around Europe for about a year and a…

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Saul Steinberg Exhibition

Twenty-two years have now passed since the death of Saul Steinberg (1914–1999), one of America’s most-beloved artists. Steinberg is also a familiar name in Japan, and the time is now ripe to rediscover and reassess his art. Steinberg defined drawing…

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OPEN STUDIO 2021-2022

Tokyo Arts and Space (TOKAS) Residency provides opportunities for creators in various disciplines including visual art, design, architecture and curation to stay, create works and conduct research in Tokyo, offering studio spaces and accommodation. While most international creators had to…

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Fuji Textile Week

This year Fujiyoshida city will play host to Fuji Textile Week 2021, a hybrid event featuring machine shop exhibitions and art exhibitions utilizing textiles. Fujiyoshida has prospered as a textile city for more than 1000 years due to the lush…

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