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Caravaggio’s Deposition from the Vatican Museums

The National Art Center, Tokyo explores the work of Michelangelo Merisi da Carvaggio, 1571-1610, through one of his most famous works “The Deposition” in “Carvaggio’s Deposition from the Vatican Museums.” The work was produced amidst the Catholic Revolution and reflects…

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Kashiwa Sato

※Due to the ongoing situation with the COVID-19, events are subject to change. Visit the official website for the latest news and updates.  If you’ve been in Japan even for a second, then chances are that you’ve seen something that…

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Fashion in Japan 1945-2020

“Fashion in Japan 1945-2020” at the National Art Center Tokyo follows the unique trajectory of Japanese clothing, especially in post-World War Ⅱ Japan. This will be seen from both sides: that of designers who transmit culture by creating clothes and…

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Roppongi Art Night 2019

Tokyo’s annual one-night art extravaganza returns with the theme of “Night Journey, Daydream” — featuring a dazzling array of contemporary art, design, music, video and live performances throughout the Roppongi area. This year, the festival invites its first overseas headliner:…

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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artists itched to transform and transcend existing forms of painting, sculpture, architecture and design, protesting outdated artistic practices.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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