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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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Ishimoto Yasuhiro Centennial: The city brought to life

Ahead of the hundredth anniversary of Ishimoto Yasuhiro’s birth in 2021, The Tokyo Photographic Art Museum is hosting the “Ishimoto Yasuhiro Centennial: The city brought to life”, delving into his photography that questioned the relationship between humans and the built…

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Bauhaus: 100-year Anniversary Screening

Discover how the Bauhaus School, in just fourteen years, transformed Art from an elite luxury to a classless pleasure. Consider the movement’s marks on people’s lives today. Learn about its history and forerunners from the seven-documentary screening. Each documentary plays…

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Bauhaus Lantern Festival

On October 13, the Bauhaus Lantern Festival will illuminate the Goethe-Institut Tokyo with artistically designed lanterns, lamps, and projections. The event is a reference to one of the first festivals at the historical Bauhaus, which in turn was inspired by…

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Bauhaus: Two Houses

What is it like to live in a Bauhaus building? Two houses remain in Tokyo’s suburbs today, Migishi Atelier and Bunzo Yamaguchi House. Verena Beckerath’s documentation portrays the architecture and its present use. A film presentation and talk at the…

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Virtual Bauhaus

Dive right into Bauhaus! This virtual reality immersion transports you to one of the headquarters of the famous art school, the iconic Bauhaus building in Dessau, Germany. October 1 – 4, at the Goethe-Institut Tokyo. Free admission (please register)

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Archives: Bauhaus

Minimalistic Muji’s flagship seven-story store in Ginza houses much more than just homeware, with two galleries as a part of the “Archives” series that offers an intimate look at one of Germany’s most influential art movements: Bauhaus.

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