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Mameko Maeda: Lovely Tempo

Mameko Maeda presents her first ever solo exhibition “Lovely Tempo” at UltraSuperNewGallery in Harajuku. She began her career as an illustrator in 2020 and draws inspiration from a palette of fields such as music, dance, fashion, anime, subcultures and philosophy….

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Made in Paradise

Catch Kalinlaw‘s solo art exhibition “Made in Paradise” to be held in Space Banksia, Harajuku starting from this September 15. Claiming the classic paint on canvas as her art form of choice, Kalinlaw professes in returning to the serenity of a…

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Higashiyama Kaii and Nihonga Depicting Four Seasons

Yamatane Museum of Art presents “Higashiyama Kaii and Nihonga Depicting Four Seasons,” exploring the works of prominent Nihonga artist and writer Kaii Higashiyama, 1908 – 1999. Awarded the Japan Art Academy Prize and Order of Culture, Higashiyama is most famous for…

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The Tree of Resonating Colors of Life

The Tree of Resonating Colors of Life is the latest teamLab digital art sculpture in Odaiba. The 8m high sculpture features teamLab’s characteristic light spheres and interactiveness – when a person hits a sphere, it changes color and the color…

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Jackie Saccoccio “Knife Edge”

A society at the precipice of collapse, in gradual disintegration. Where words fail, abstract art in all its chaotic, dizzying and yet mesmerizing glory takes over: American painter Jackie Saccoccio presents her expressive solo exhibition “Knife Edge” at THE CLUB…

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project N 80 Moriyama Yuichiro

Moriyama Yuchiro is a celebrated Japanese painter, who moved to Paris to complete his art education and stayed for over 10 years – a fact that would have great influence on his art. “Project N 80 Moriyama Yuichiro” at the…

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Ishimoto Yasuhiro Centennial: The city brought to life

Ahead of the hundredth anniversary of Ishimoto Yasuhiro’s birth in 2021, The Tokyo Photographic Art Museum is hosting the “Ishimoto Yasuhiro Centennial: The city brought to life”, delving into his photography that questioned the relationship between humans and the built…

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