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Tatsuo Miyajima “Uncertain”

Tatsuo Miyajima, also at the Mori Art Museum’s Stars exhibition, is famous for his light-emitting diode (LED) artworks, which reflect the flow of life through the never-ending repetition and sequence of numbers 1 to 9.  The new series of paintings…

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Miya Ando: Kuu/空

American Japanese artist Miya Ando pays homage to nature, fusing traditional and modern techniques with a plethora of forms in “Kuu/空” at MAKI Gallery. Ando investigates the entirety of nature in her works, utilizing various materials from aluminium to chiffon…

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D_I_S_T_A_N_C_E: JUN OSON

DIESEL ART GALLERY will exhibit the works of JUN OSON in D_I_S_T_A_N_C_E, his first major solo exhibition in Japan in four years. The illustrator, famous for his colorful, pop image works, has illustrated for NHK ETV’s television show Ahare! Meisaku-kun and…

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Mariko Mori: “Central”

“Central” is Mariko Mori’s homage to the inner light and energy that exists in each individual, something she became acutely aware of during life in lockdown. The exhibition presents her abstract work produced during the lockdown as well as large…

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Peter Doig

Scottish artist Peter Doig is celebrated as one of the most important representational artists working today. With romantic yet mysterious landscapes, Doig’s compositions fascinate people all over the world. Finding inspiration in Van Gogh, Matisse, Gaugin and Munch, Doig’s brush…

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Heisei — Tokyo

Snap Shot Love The Heisei era marked a turning point in the development of photography with the advent of digital cameras, smartphones and—of course—the internet. Like the medium itself, Tokyo underwent rapid changes at the turn of the century. This…

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Tadanori Yokoo Exhibition

“B29 and Homeland — From My Childhood to Andy Warhol” Born in 1936, graphic designer and artist Tadanori Yokoo’s childhood coincided with World War II and its aftermath. As a result, his work is a poignant and bold reflection of…

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Vienna on the Path to Modernism

Around the turn of the 20th century, Austrian artists itched to transform and transcend existing forms of painting, sculpture, architecture and design, protesting outdated artistic practices. Four pioneers stood at the helm of Viennese Modernism: painters Gustav Klimt and Egon…

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Yuji Miyazaki

Illustrator for Films Yuji Miyazaki was a polymath in the world of Japanese film: a director of television shows and commercials, he was also a prolific illustrator, with much of his work appearing in the film magazine Kinema Junpo. His…

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