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Tokyo Tower Art Fair

Tokyo Tower Art Fair will be held at the iconic Tokyo Tower. It is a communications and observation tower in the district of Minato, Tokyo. Built-in 1958 it stretches as high as 332.9 meters making it the second-tallest structure in…

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LUNAR ECLIPSE Exhibition

Yukimasa Ida & Jörgen Axelvall: LUNAR ECLIPSE Exhibition is a two-person exhibition featuring photographer Jörgen Axelvall and contemporary artist Yukimasa Ida. Opening Saturday, December 10 at Tennoz, Tokyo. Swedish-born artist Jörgen Axelvall has been based in Japan since 2011 after leaving New…

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Brian Harte’s: Return of the Hawthorn

Brian Harte’s: Return of the Hawthorn will be the Ireland-based artist’s second show with Maki Gallery, Tennoz. 13 new paintings will be on view, in which the artist continues to take apart and reconfigure the domestic setting, elusively capturing the unsteady…

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Bunka-cho Contemporary Art Workshop

Bunka-cho, Art Platform will host the Bunka-cho Contemporary Art Workshop with the aim of facilitating international communication between fellow experts. The project comprise of efforts such as annual invitational workshops and symposium, a website that provides newly translated selected writings on Japanese post-war art,…

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Group exhibition “Distorted Images“

SNOW Contemporary, located in Nishiazabu, is a contemporary art gallery that doesn’t only organize exhibitions but also manages the gallery’s artists. This time, SNOW Contemporary is pleased to present the group exhibition “Distorted images” from Jan 21 – Feb 26,…

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The 64th CWAJ Print Show Online Gallery

CWAJ (College Women’s Association of Japan) has been supporting women’s higher education in Japan since 1949. For the 64th year, they are a selling contemporary Japanese prints to raise money for scholarships. Featured are 221 beautiful contemporary prints by 207…

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MOT Collection: Rewinding the Collection

The Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo is celebrating its diverse collection with the “MOT Collection: Rewinding the Collection” exhibition. MOT houses around 5,500 artworks, focusing on modern and contemporary art. The “MOT Collection” aims to introduce artworks in the collection…

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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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