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Norimichi Akagi Exhibition

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Norimichi Akagi Exhibition
at Galerie Paris
1F Mitsuibussan Building, 14 Nihon Odori, Naka-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa-ken 231-0021
Media: Painting
(2017-11-17 - 2017-11-25)

Exhibition comprised of paintings and drawings produced with techniques such as encaustic painting, which uses ancient painting methods utilizing melted beeswax, and a form of tempera oil painting that was developed by Akagi Research Laboratory at Yokohama National University.




Hiromatsu Furniture Inc. “Fun with Materials!”

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Hiromatsu Furniture Inc. “Fun with Materials!”
at BankArt Studio NYK
3-9 Kaigandori, Naka-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa-ken 231-0002
Media: Product
(2017-11-17 - 2017-11-26)

The 14th exhibit by Hiromatsu Furniture Inc. presents 10 days of “Fun With Materials!” Enjoy seeing, touching, and experiencing new furniture s made with lacquer, rare woods, a new cement-like material, and new upholsteries.




Tamako Kataoka “Expressions”

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Tamako Kataoka “Expressions”
at Hiratsuka Museum of Art
1-3-3 Nishiyawata, Hiratsuka-shi, Kanagawa-ken 254-0073
Media: Painting - Nihonga - Talks
(2017-09-30 - 2017-11-26)

Tamako Kataoka continued to work on her “Expressions” series throughout her lifetime, depicting various historical figures such as military commanders of the Sengoku period (1467-1603), Zen Buddhist monks, and Ukiyo-e painters. Painted in the styles mimicking that which would have been customary during the actual lifetime of each subject, the expressions themselves are based on Kataoka’s impressions of what these individuals would do were they to be alive in the present day. This exhibition focuses on this series, presenting works held in the Museum of Modern Art, Kamakura & Hayama collection. [Related Events] Gallery Talk by the curator Event Date: Oct. 28 (Sat), Nov. 25 (Sat) 14:00-14:40 Venue: Exhibition Space 2 Admission: Free (exhibition admission ticket required) *No booking required. *Event in Japanese.




Zushi Art Festival 2017

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Zushi Art Festival 2017
at Zushi Beach
1-5-14 Shinjuku, Zushi-shi, Kanagawa 249-0007
Media: Graphics - Illustration - Painting - Drawing - Photography - Sculpture - Installation - Product - Crafts - Sound - Performance Art - Art Festival - Workshops
(2017-10-07 - 2017-11-26)

Zushi Art Festival 2017 presents more than 70 works including photography, painting, installation, and more by artists on the international scene. A public exhibition, culture festival, music, and other events will also be held. Please see the official website for details. Venues: Zushibunka Plaza Hall, Zushi Kaikan, Zushi Catholic Church, Kameoka Hachimangu Shrine, Zushi City Hall, Kotsubo Fishing Port, Kikuchi Bldg. 2, others




Marc Chagall Exhibition

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Marc Chagall Exhibition
at Sogo Yokohama Art Gallery
2-18-1 Takashima, Nishi-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa 220-8510
Media: Prints
(2017-11-21 - 2017-11-27)

Exhibiting some of Marc Chagall’s most famous illustrations, including “Le Cirque” and “Daphnis et Chloé.”




Tomoko “Blue bloom”

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Tomoko “Blue bloom”
at Art Gallery Yamate
Sunset Yamate 1F, 100 Yamate-cho, Naka-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa-ken 231-0862
Media: Painting - Drawing
(2017-11-23 - 2017-11-28)




Kumin “Fragments of the sea, sky and land”

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Kumin “Fragments of the sea, sky and land”
at F.E.I Art Gallery
1F Fukasaku Ganka Bldg., 5-1 Kusunoki-cho, Nishi-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa 220-0003
Media: Sculpture - Fashion
(2017-11-14 - 2017-11-29)

Kumin presents hats expressing “Fragments of the deep sea,” “Fragments of the distant sky,” and “Fragment of the expansive land,” bringing them together here in a single presentation. You can see how in the production of these wearable items Kumin carefully balances the aspects of the wearer and the surrounding space.




Atelier 21 “100 Croquis Drawings”

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Atelier 21 “100 Croquis Drawings”
at Fei Art Museum Yokohama
1F Yokohama Tsuruya-cho Bldg., 3-33-2 Tsuruya-cho, Kanagawa-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa 221-0835
Media: Drawing
(2017-11-21 - 2017-12-03)

Exhibiting 100 pages of croquis sketches by Atelier 21, a group comprised of artists Takahiro Okada, Kozo Ueda, and Minoru Hirota.




Ikuo Hirayama & the Heritage of the Silk Road

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Ikuo Hirayama & the Heritage of the Silk Road
at Sogo Museum of Art
2-18-1 Takashima, Nishi-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa-ken 220-8510
Media: Nihonga - Product - Crafts - Ceramics - Talks
(2017-10-27 - 2017-12-03)

Known as a major star in Japanese painting, Ikuo Hirayama (1930-2009) was long-time president of Nihon Bijutsuin (Japan Art Institute) and focused his energies not only on the Japanese art world, but also on the preservation of cultural property from around the globe. He was born in Hiroshima Prefecture and later graduated from Tokyo Art School (presently: Tokyo University of the Arts). Influenced by his experience of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima at the age of 15, Hirayama’s early paintings depicting Buddhist themes began receiving attention, these works in turn sparking his interest in walking the Silk Road in pursuit of the origins of Japanese culture. He began following the road, which was not only a path for civilization but also the route by which Buddhism traveled to the East, in 1968, continuing his journey for 40 years thereafter. This exhibition will introduce roughly 170 cultural items gathered from various countries by Hirayama together with his wife Michiko, including precious gold and silver jewelry and other artifacts unique to specific regions. They are presented alongside around 40 paintings by Hirayama, recording his travels along the Silk Road, befre and after depictions of the destroyed Buddhas of Bamiyan, his wall painting at Yakushiji Temple in Nara, and other subjects. The attraction of Hirayama’s art and the culture of the Silk Road are interwoven with the perspective of the artist and his wife. [Related Events] Lecture: Ikuo Hirayama and his preservation of cultural heritage Event Date: Oct. 28 (Sat) 14:00- Venue: Inside the exhibition space at Sogo Museum of Art Speaker: Masaaki Miyasako (Professor at Tokyo University of the Arts Graduate School) Capacity: 40 Admission: ¥500 Lecture: Ikuo Hirayama and the Silk Road Event Date: Nov. 4 (Sat) 14:00- Venue: Inside the exhibition space at Sogo Museum of Art Speaker: Tamon Goto (Director of Hirayama Ikuo Museum of Art) Capacity: 40 Admission: ¥500 *Please see the official website for booking. *Events in Japanese.




Michiko Fujita “Works for light and space”

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Michiko Fujita “Works for light and space”
at Chigasaki City Museum of Art
8 minute walk from the South exit of Chigasaki Station on the JR Sagami and Tokaido lines. From the South exit of JR Chigasaki Station, take the Community-Eboshi bus and get off at Toshokan-mae.
Media: Installation
(2017-11-11 - 2017-12-03)

Artist Michiko Fujita has developed an installation that captures the relationship between light, space, and things. See how light fills the museum entrance and changes over time. The last two days of the exhibition period will feature a collaboration with junior high school students. Venue: Entrance of Chigasaki City Museum of Art [Related Event] “Create your own work for light and space” Three-part event that will furnish junior high school students with the skills to create their own artworks, culminating in a collaboration with the artist. Event Dates: Nov. 18 (Sat) 10:30-12:00, Nov. 25 (Sat) 10:30-12:00, Dec. 2 (Sat) 10:30-14:00. Venue: Atelier, Chigasaki City Museum of Art Event organizer: Michiko Fujita Capacity: 12 (limited to junior high school students) *Event in Japanese. *Please see the official website for booking.




Japan through the lens of an English-language newspaper - 120 years of The Japan Times

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Japan through the lens of an English-language newspaper - 120 years of The Japan Times
at Newspark - The Japan Newspaper Museum
Yokohama Joho Bunka Center, 11 Nihon Odori, Naka-ku, Yokohama-shi 231-8311
Media: Photography
(2017-10-07 - 2017-12-24)

As the first domestic English-language newspaper to be published by the Japanese, The Japan Times looked to become a bridge between Japan and other countries. This exhibition presents around 120 pages of the newspaper, arranged into various time periods and themes, that have been carefully selected from the some 500,000 pages that have been printed since its launch in 1897. It will introduce how Japan has been reported on through a diverse range of examples, touching on subjects such as economic and political circumstances, as well as life and culture. [Related Events] Lecture: Considering media marketing strategies and subjects - From newspapers to digital formats Event Date: Oct. 29 (Sun) 14:00-15:45 Speakers: Tatsuo Ishii (Kao Corporation), Makiko Yamaguchi (IBM Japan) Lecture: How those looking to work internationally can use The Japan Times ST Event Date: Nov. 4 (Sat) 13:30-14:45 Speakers: Takahashi Toshiyuki (chief editor of The Japan Times ST) Lecture: The ups and downs of an English-language newspaper raised in Yokohama Event Date: Nov. 25 (Sat) 13:30-14:45 Speaker: Yuga Suzuki (professor at Sophia University) Lecture: How I read The Japan Times Event Date: Dec. 10 (Sun) 14:00-15:15 Speaker: Ken Mogi (brain scientist) *Events in Japanese. *Please see the official website for further details.




Kyuzaburo Ito: Fantasy and Poetry

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Kyuzaburo Ito: Fantasy and Poetry
at Yokosuka Museum of Art
4-1 Kamoi, Yokosuka-shi, Kanagawa-ken 239-0813
Media: Painting - Talks
(2017-11-18 - 2017-12-24)

Kyuzaburo Ito (1906–1977) was a leading Nitten Exhibition-featured artist whose Surrealist paintings leaned toward the avant-garde. After the WWII he returned to Kyoto, where he boldly continued to adapt to new styles. His works reflect a sense of rhythm and a rich poeticism. In this exhibition marking the 40th anniversary of Ito’s death and his first retrospective in 22 years, Yokosuka Museum of Art presents 150 of his works from early drawings to oil paintings and more, reflecting on his legacy on Japanese modern art.




Tadanori Yokoo “Holy Shambala”

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Tadanori Yokoo “Holy Shambala”
at Museum Haus Kasuya
7-12-13 Hirasaku, Yokosuka-shi, Kanagawa-ken 238-0032
Media: Prints
(2017-11-16 - 2017-12-24)

Displaying 10 prints from Tadanori Yokoo’s ‘Holy Shambala’ series started in 1974, plus new prints produced this year.




Smart Illumination Yokohama 2017

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Smart Illumination Yokohama 2017
at Zou-no-hana Terrace
1 Naka-ku Kaigan-dori, Yokohama, Kanagawa 231-0002
Media: Painting - Drawing - Photography - Sculpture - Installation - Media Arts - Workshops
(2017-11-01 - 2017-12-31)

“Smart Illumination Yokohama” is the first ever project to create a night view by fusing eco-friendly technology and art. This event, celebrating its seventh anniversary, will see artists from around the world gathering in Yokohama, their works displayed not only at Zou-no-hana Park but also across downtown Yokohama. During this special period, citizens, artists, historical buildings, towns, and local businesses will take the stage, joining forces to boldly reinvent Yokohama’s creative night view on the stage of Yokohama city and its vibrant urban landscape. Artists: Taira Ichikawa, Kateryna Snizhko, Naho Kawabe, Yasue Kitamura, Takahito Kimura, Junichi Kusaka, Jaime Ibanez, Switch Research Institute, Asae Soya, Kyota Takahashi, Yasuhiro Chida, Rintaro Hara, Kenji Hirasawa, Martina Stock, Takayuki Mori, Lilian Bourgeat, and more.




Sai Hashizume “Girls start the riot”

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Sai Hashizume “Girls start the riot”
at Pola Museum of Art
1285 Kozukayama Sengokuhara, Hakone-machi, Ashigarashimo-gun, Kanagawa-ken, 250-0631
Media: Painting
(2017-10-01 - 2018-01-08)

In celebration of its 15th anniversary, Pola Museum of Art established a brand new space dedicated to introducing contemporary artists looking to explore new possibilities in art. The inaugural exhibition will be a solo show by Sai Hashizume, the title of this exhibition - “Girls start the riot” - taken directly from the title of her early masterpiece “Girls Start the Riot” (2010-2011), which forms part of the series “After Image” (2010-), where she experiments with updating traditional Western paintings. Following around five years of living in Europe, Hashidume began creating paintings based on Western masterpieces by artists such as Botticelli and Caravaggio, and, most recently, Magritte and Van Gogh. Her depictions of often iconic works are executed with care and precision. This exhibition will trace the trajectory of Hashizume’s painting practice, introducing original works from the “After Image” series, starting with “Girls Start the Riot,” which can be considered as a manifesto of sorts.




Yasuhiro Suzuki “Spontaneous Garden”

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Yasuhiro Suzuki “Spontaneous Garden”
at Hakone Open Air Museum
1121 Ninotaira, Hakone-Machi, Ashigarashimo-gun, Kanagawa-ken 250-0407
Media: Sculpture - Installation
(2017-08-05 - 2018-02-25)

Installation artist Yasuhiro Suzuki reexamines commonplace natural phenomena and translates fresh perceptions into works of art. Hakone Open Air Museum’s seventh exhibition showcasing new forms of contemporary creative expression features 40 of his works, including 10 new pieces. Multipurpose Hall 2 also displays Suzuki’s signature piece “Mabataki no Ha” (Blinking Leaves), plus three other blinking-themed installations. Let a stroll around the Hakone Open Air Museum grounds be the start of new memories and discoveries for you.




A Century of Art - Journey through 100 Masterpieces

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A Century of Art - Journey through 100 Masterpieces
at Pola Museum of Art
1285 Kozukayama Sengokuhara, Hakone-machi, Ashigarashimo-gun, Kanagawa-ken, 250-0631
Media: Painting
(2017-10-01 - 2018-03-11)

The Pola Museum of Art collection holds a number of important works by renowned painters of the 19th and 20th centuries. For this exhibition marking the museum’s 15th anniversary, they have carefully selected 71 Western paintings and 29 Japanese Western-style paintings from the 10,000 or so items held in the collection. The paintings on show are organized according to 20 themes related to the artists, artistic movements, subject matter, and historical periods. They represent an excursion through the currents of around 100 years of Western and Japanese modern painting, from the mid-nineteenth century, through the turn of the century, and across the 20th century. A Century of Art Journey through 100 Masterpieces marks the first time since the opening of the Museum that so many of the Museum’s important paintings have been on view together all at once.




Fumiko Hori Exhibition

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Fumiko Hori Exhibition
at Museum of Modern Art, Hayama
2208-1 Ishiki, Miuragun-Hayamacho, Kanagawa-ken 240-0111
Media: Painting - Nihonga
(2017-11-18 - 2018-03-25)

Japanese-style nihonga painter Fumiko Hori (1918-) continues to depict the beauty of nature and life. She was recipient of the Shoen Uemura Award in 1952 and since the 1960s has traveled around Japan and overseas, to countries such as Mexico, Italy, and Nepal. Hori expresses that which makes an impression on her during such journeys in the form of fresh works and charming essays. The world of Hori is introduced here through representative works, drawings, and writings in an attempt to explore her artistic approach and image of humanity. Part 1.1: Nov. 18 (Sat) - Dec. 17 (Sun) / Part 1.2: Dec. 19 (Tue) - Jan. 21 (Sun) Part 2: Jan. 23 (Tue) - Feb. 18 (Sun) / Part 2.2: Feb. 20 (Tue) - Mar. 25 (Sun) *The works on display will change throughout the exhibition period. [Related Events] Talk: Encounters with Women Artists Event Date: Dec. 16 (Sat) 15:00-16:00 Speaker: Satoshi Omura (Emeritus Professor of Kitasato University, President Emeritus of Joshibi University of Art and Design Educational Corporation, Director of Nirasakiomura Museum) Venue: Auditorium Admission: Free Capacity: 70 (booking required) Special Talk Event Date: Feb. 3 (Sat) 14:00-15:00 Main speaker: Fumi Dan (Japanese actress) Interviewer: Tsutomu Mizusawa (Director of Museum of Modern Art, Hayama) Venue: Auditorium Admission: Free Capacity: 70 (booking required) Gallery Talk by the Curator Event Date: Dec. 23 (Sat), 2017, Feb. 17 (Sat), 2018, Mar. 18 (Sun), 14:00-14:30 Venue: Exhibition space Admission: Free (booking not required. Exhibition admission ticket required) *Events in Japanese. *Please see the official website for booking and further information.




Ninsei and Kenzan – Kyoto Pottery and Painting

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Ninsei and Kenzan – Kyoto Pottery and Painting
at Okada Museum Of Art
493 Kowakudani, Hakone-machi, Asigara Shimo-gun, Kanagawa 250-0406
Media: Crafts - Ceramics
(2017-11-03 - 2018-04-01)

Ninsei Nonomura and Kenzan Ogata were two important ceramics artists during the Edo period. The former perfected the Kyoto Kyoyaki style of painting in color on fired ceramics, creating masterpieces of beautiful form and color favored by nobility and daimyos. The latter, brother of painter Korin Ogata, produced painted dishes combining the arts of painting and pottery, carrying on the torch of Kyoyaki tradition from Ninsei Nonomura. Ceramics by these two artists from the Okada Museum of Art collection, including Important Cultural Properties, are displayed along with paintings by Korin Ogata and Jakuchu Ito.




Hakone Open-Air Museum Permanent Exhibits

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Hakone Open-Air Museum Permanent Exhibits
at Hakone Open Air Museum
1121 Ninotaira, Hakone-Machi, Ashigarashimo-gun, Kanagawa-ken 250-0407
Media: Sculpture - Installation

The Hakone Open-Air Museum was opened in 1969 to create a harmonic balance of the great nature of Hakone and Art. The unique experiences of open-air museum await you, as different seasons and weather create an ever-changing sensation of true art. The Museum realizes the philosophy of Henry Moore “Sculpture is an art of the open-air” with a grand backdrop of Hakone's great nature.




Picasso Pavilion

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Picasso Pavilion
at Hakone Open Air Museum
1121 Ninotaira, Hakone-Machi, Ashigarashimo-gun, Kanagawa-ken 250-0407
Media: Painting - Ceramics - Crafts

The Hakone Open-Air Museum’s Picasso Collection consists of a substantial number of Picasso’s ceramic creations, purchased from his eldest daughter Maya Picasso, as well as his paintings, prints, sculptures, gold objets d’art. They are permanently exhibited to the public. The photographs of David Douglas Duncan, who documented the artist’s last 17years, also play a vital role in this collection.




Shigeko Ikeda “Yokohama Style”

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Shigeko Ikeda “Yokohama Style”
at Sogo Museum of Art
2-18-1 Takashima, Nishi-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa-ken 220-8510
Media: Product - Fashion - Talks
(2017-12-13 - 2018-01-08)

Shigeko Ikeda (1925 - 2015) was a collector, designer and stylist credited as being responsible for rekindling the trend for vintage kimono. Kimonos that had enjoyed their heyday during the Meiji (1869-1912), Taisho (1912-1926), and early Showa (1926-1989) eras found a new lease of life at the hands of women of the Heisei (1989-) period who wore them in a new contemporary way. While she paid attention to the specific suitability, period and seasonality of kimono, in her styling the Yokohama-born Ikeda had a preference for chic Edo tastes rather than Kyoto’s more refined elegance. To be bold yet graceful. Her unique “Yokohama Style” picking up on elements of Edo tradition focused to the fine line between being overly chic and erring towards becoming unsophisticated. This exhibition shining the spotlight on Shigeko Ikeda is organized around the concept of “handing down aesthetic sensibilities” and will feature around 150 items. You can learn how Yukiko Ikeda inherited Shigeko’s aesthetic approach, and see the kimono that the two women produced together for the beauty brand IKKO on display. Furthermore, Shigeko Ikeda’s private room will be reconstructed here, and the changes that kimonos and the aesthetic sensibilities surrounding them underwent can be traced through the archive copies of “Fujingaho” and “Utsukushii kimono” exhibited. [Related Events] Talk Event: Shigeko Ikeda and Yokohama Style Date: Dec. 13 (Wed) 14:00-15:99 Speakers: Kyoko-Tomikawa (editor of “Fujingaho” and “Utsukushii kimono”), Rieko Adachi (kimono journalist), Yukiko Ikeda Venue: Inside the exhibition space Capacity: 60 Admission: Adults: ¥500 (exhibition admission ticket also required, no booking required), Junior High School Students and Under: Free Gallery Talk Date: Dec. 22 (Fri), Jan. 6 (Sat), 15:00- Speaker: Yukiko Ikeda Venue: Inside the exhibition space Admission: Free (exhibition admission ticket required, no booking required) *Events in Japanese