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Art Aquarium Museum

Come and admire the unique, living artworks displayed at Art Aquarium Museum, like the structure above that contains over 30,000 goldfish. The museum will take visitors on a journey that explores “life,” “light,” “sound,” “smell,” and “taste.” Pre-purchase tickets before…

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Mercedes-Benz Art Scope 2018-2020

A reservation is required to visit the museum. Booking starts from July 16 (Thursday) at 10:00. For details about the reservation-based admission system, please click here . The Hara Museum of Contemporary Art is delighted to present Mercedes-Benz Art Scope 2018-2020. Since 2003,…

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Yokohama Triennale 2020 Afterglow

Take a free weekend to visit Yokohama Triennale 2020, an international contemporary art exhibition held every three years since 2001. The seventh edition exhibition is led by Raqs Media Collective, a trio of artists based in New Delhi. The theme,…

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The Sublime Charcoal Light

Presented by Perrotin Tokyo, The Sublime Charcoal Light is a solo exhibition showcasing artworks by Lee Bae, a prominent South Korean artist exploring the post-Dansaekhwa movement. Bae experiments with various presentations of charcoal, a material that evokes memories of his…

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La Biennale di Venezia “Cosmo-Eggs”

The exhibition “Cosmo-Eggs” first showcased at the Japan Pavilion at the 58th Venice Biennale International Art Exhibition and is coming back home and will be hosted by Artizon Museum in Chuo-ku. New elements will be added to the original installation,…

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GUCCIMAZE- MAZE

DIESEL ART GALLERY presents Japanese graphic designer and artist GUCCIMAZE‘s exhibition. His first solo exhibition, “Maze” offers an expansive experience of his diverse range of artwork running from June 20 to October 13, 2020. Through social media such Tumblr and…

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Olafur Eliasson: Sometimes the river is the bridge

Danish-Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson, whose works are exhibited in venues worldwide, opens an exhibition in Tokyo. “Sometimes the river is the bridge” showcases several new works that span the fields of photography, sculpture, and design, and allude to environmental sustainability….

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Art & Power: From Pharaohs to Daimyōs

Art has always been used as means to display and maintain power. Portraits of powerful figures was sought to reinforce authority of the depicted, and was also commonly used as valuable gifts. Paintings by famous artists also played a significant role in…

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Six Stories

For this solo show, British artist Nick West reimagines what a book is by making it from materials other than paper and glue. Using readily available, mass-produced objects like matches, dice, and records (among others), the artist sources objects from…

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RIKAKO INOUE Exhibition -Kiss for Sadness – Cancelled

Daikanyama’s LOKO GALLERY is pleased to announce Rikako INOUE’s Solo Exhibition “Kiss for Sadness” Although Inoue is still an undergraduate student in an art university, she already has won some awards including Shell Art Award, and expanded the range of…

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BANKSY – Genius or Vandal?

He’s been labeled an artist, political activist, vandal and genius. However we define the ever-elusive Banksy, his work has sparked both wonder and controversy across the globe. This particular exhibition has already been shown in Saint Petersburg, Moscow, Madrid and…

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