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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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En Route to Impressionism

The 19th Century saw a great development of landscape painting in France. The landscape came to be seen as the subject of the painting itself, not as a mythological or historical backdrop. In addition, the invention of tubes of paint…

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EXPAT EXPO TOKYO 2021

EXPAT EXPO TOKYO is the only expo event in Japan for international residents and businesses. Connecting international locals and exhibitors together in one place, it’s the perfect opportunity for residents to find information on English-friendly businesses in Japan and an…

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Suzuki Kiitsu’s Mountain Streams in Summer and Autumn

Mountain Streams in Summer and Autumn, by Suzuki Kiitsu (1796-1858) depicts a Japanese cypress grove, streams rushing through the rocky mountain side, with a strong sense of reality yet filled with an eerily mysterious feeling. Kiitsu had been the leading…

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Art Direction Japan 2020-2021 Exhibition

Formed in 1952, the Tokyo Art Directors Club (ADC) has a membership consisting of 81 leading Japanese art directors. All members take part in screening of works submitted for the annual Art Direction Exhibition, and the ADC Awards bestowed upon…

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Johan Deckmann: You May Not Want to Hear This

MAKI Gallery is pleased to present You May Not Want To Hear This, Copenhagen-based artist Johan Deckmann’s first solo exhibition in Japan. Featured at our Tennoz I space will be an array of new paintings and mixed media sculptures as well…

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Open Site 6 – Tokyo Arts and Space Hongo

OPEN SITE is a Tokyo Arts and Space (TOKAS) open call program launched in 2016, and aims to build a platform that brings together projects focused on artistic expression across all genres. This year marked the sixth annual call for…

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Miyamoto Saburo chronicle II

This is the second of a two-part exhibition held throughout the year focusing on the career of the Western-style painter Miyamoto Saburo (1905-1974). Miyamoto was highly adept at figuration and realistic depictions. How did his views and attitudes of postwar…

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Makoto Wada Exhibition

Makoto Wada (1936–2019) is widely known as an illustrator and graphic designer but he also spanned the mediums of film, essays, music composition, animation and art direction. His work spanned numerous disciplines and the breadth of his creations is endless….

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