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Yoshiyuki Oki “Qualia”

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Yoshiyuki Oki “Qualia”
at Gallery Tosei
5-18-20 Chuo, Nakano-ku, Tokyo 164-0011
Media: Photography - Talks
(2017-11-04 - 2017-11-25)

The red glow of Mars shining in the night sky. The sound of a waterfall echoing in the mountains. The smell of a rainy day. The blur of a moth flying in the dark. These images, colors, sounds etc. that we sense on a daily basis can be summarized in words, though these works can never accurately describe the true experience. Something that is perceived by a person but cannot be summarized by common words is known as “Qualia.” For Yoshiyuki Oki, the moment his work is perceived by someone else, it is no longer contained by his own experience of it. The boundaries of his own definition of the work disappear. As his images spread out here like ripples and reach their audience, they are mediated by the memories and emotions of each individual viewer. [Related Event] Talk show Event Date: Nov. 17 (Fri) 17:00- Speakers: Yoshiyuki Oki, Keiju Kita Admission: ¥1000 *Event in Japanese. *Please see the official website for further details.




Akinori Shimodaira “Perspective of brightness”

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Akinori Shimodaira “Perspective of brightness”
at Art Center Ongoing
1-8-7 Kichijoji-Higashicho, Musashino-shi, Tokyo 180-0002
Media: Painting - Party - Talks
(2017-11-15 - 2017-11-26)

[Related Events] The Expansion of Time - A Discussion about Time Event Date: Nov. 18 (Sat) 18:00- Speakers: Nanpushokudo, Hiroko Mihara Admission: ¥1000 (inc. 1 drink and exhibition admission) Pre Ongoing School Event Date: Nov. 26 (Sun) 15:00- Capacity: 30 Admission: ¥1500 (inc. cake and drink) *Events in Japanese.




Mayumi Iwade “Stripes”

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Mayumi Iwade “Stripes”
at Gallery Yume
4-15-2-101 Shimorenjaku, Mitaka-shi, Tokyo 181-0013
Media: Painting
(2017-11-11 - 2017-11-26)

Mayumi Iwade has spent almost ten years painting stripes. In the last few years, she has produced works comprised of “layers” - of various stripes and basic figures that lay on top of one another - originating from an interest in optical illusions. A total of 10 brand new works of varying sizes will be on exhibit.




Mika Nakamura-Mather “Japanory”

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Mika Nakamura-Mather “Japanory”
at Youkobo Art Space
Zempukuji 3-2-10, Suginami-ku, Tokyo 167-0041
Media: Installation - Party
(2017-11-17 - 2017-11-26)

Japanory is a continuation of the artist’s investigation of memory and the notion of what ‘Home’ means in an increasingly disconnected and dislocated world. Japanory is a portmanteau word derived from a combination of the two words Japanese Story.




Sheep Adventures

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Sheep Adventures
at Gallery Re: tail
11 minute walk from Kichijyoji Station on the JR Chuo or Keio Inokashira lines.
Media: Product - Fashion - Crafts
(2017-11-21 - 2017-11-26)

Scarves and other accessories by a wool craft group.




Yohei Fusegi “My own god”

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Yohei Fusegi “My own god”
at Circle / Gallery & Books
Yabology, 5119 Yaho, Kunitachi-shi, Tokyo 186-0011
Media: Sculpture - Talks
(2017-11-17 - 2017-11-26)

Yohei Fusegi’s everyday life is rooted in embroidery. After he wakes, he embroiders. After he goes to the toilet, he embroiders. After he eats a meal, he embroiders. He embroiders, and then he sleeps. As a handicraft, embroidery is totally different from the act of sewing. At times it can be a destructive act; done repeatedly over a long period of time it has the ability to destroy. For Fusegi, embroidery is modest faith - his own god. [Related Event] Talk Event: Handicraft, Industrial Arts, and Fine Arts Event Date: Nov. 26 (Sun) 18:00-19:30 Speakers: Yohei Fusegi, Meriyasu Kataoka (soft toy artist), Yukiharu Kumagai (ceramicist) Capacity: 20 (preference given to those who book in advance) Admission: ¥1000 *Event in Japanese. *Please see the official website for booking and further details.




Yusuke Oda “Fragile VII”

Yusuke Oda “Fragile VII”
at Plaza Gallery
104, 1-25-2 Sengawa-cho, Chofu-shi, Tokyo 182-0002
Media: Sculpture
(2017-11-02 - 2017-11-26)

Six stainless steel sculptures by Yusuke Oda.




Hayato Omori “Pump Up Painting”

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Hayato Omori “Pump Up Painting”
at TAV Gallery
1-31-2 Asagaya Kita, Suginami-ku, Tokyo 166-0001
Media: Painting - Party
(2017-11-18 - 2017-11-28)

The young contemporary artist Hayato Omori paints while lifting a ten-kilo dumbbell. This is his first solo exhibition.




Katsuya Takahashi Exhibition

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Katsuya Takahashi Exhibition
at Niji Gallery
2-2-10 Kichijoji-Honcho, Musashino-shi, Tokyo 180-0004
Media: Illustration
(2017-11-23 - 2017-11-28)

Exhibition of original artwork from the illustrated book, “Shop of Magic Picture Books.”




The Best of Tonin 1972-2017

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The Best of Tonin 1972-2017
at Galerie Juillet
Maison Juillet 1F, 3-41-10 Koenji-kita, Suginami-ku, Tokyo 166-0002
Media: Illustration - Photography - Sculpture
(2017-11-23 - 2017-11-28)

Exhibition celebrating 45 years spent in the pursuit of more than 2000 Nio guardians throughout Japan. Here you can see works depicting characters ranging from Froggain, a legendary frog-like hero, to the protective guardians that typically stand at the entrance to Buddhist temples.




Kiyokazu Yonetani “Day by Day”

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Kiyokazu Yonetani “Day by Day”
at Tama Art University
1-33-1 Ochiai, Tama-shi, Tokyo 206-0033
Media: Nihonga
(2017-11-15 - 2017-11-30)

Nihonga painter Kiyokazu Yonetani (b. 1947 in Fukui Prefecture) graduated from Tama Art University Graduate School in 1973. Influenced by professor Misao Yokoyama (1920–1973), Yonetani went beyond the conventions of Nihonga painting in his landscapes, portraits, and contemporary depictions of urban spaces. His award-winning works have been featured in numerous exhibitions while he taught as a professor at Tama Art University for 45 years. This exhibition surveying Yonetani’s career with paintings from his student days through his recent works, as well as sketches and prints, commemorates his retirement from the university. Works by students paying homage to Yonetani are also on display. [Event] Artist’s talk by Kiyokazu Yonetani Date: Nov. 23 (Thurs) Free admission. In Japanese. Please see the official website for details.




Kei Nojima + Ryoichi Katoh “2460 Cut Cut Cut & Paste”

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Kei Nojima + Ryoichi Katoh “2460 Cut Cut Cut & Paste”
at Studio 35 Minutes
5-47-8 Kami Takada, Nakano-ku, Tokyo 164-0002
Media: Photography - Prints
(2017-11-15 - 2017-12-02)

Kei Nojima produces musical works that are closely linked to the technique of collage. Meanwhile, Ryoichi Katoh cuts and pastes things from the everyday to produce collages that he shares via his SNS. By cutting up and reconstructing printed matter, it can be liberated from its original purpose and reborn as something completely new. A totally new universe known as “2460” will be created here by combining the works of these two artists of different generations who take a completely separate approach. [Related Event] Live musical improvisation by Kei Nojima and Ryoichi Katoh Event Date: Nov. 18 (Sat) 19:00- *Please see the official website for further details.




Asako Tsuyuki Exhibition

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Asako Tsuyuki Exhibition
at Donichi Garoh
3-15-2 Kamitakada, Nakano-ku, Tokyo 164-0002
Media: Painting
(2017-11-16 - 2017-12-03)

By depicting vegetables in large magnification, Asako Tsuyuki creates a totally new framework that allows us to consider these objects in a way that is separate from their role as food stuffs. A total of 11 oil paintings will be on display.




Luis Mendo “Plants & Girls”

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Luis Mendo “Plants & Girls”
at Clouds Art + Coffee
2-25-4 Koenji-kita, Suginami-ku, Tokyo 166-0002
Media: Illustration - Painting - Party
(2017-11-21 - 2017-12-03)

One year after his first solo show, Luis Mendo will be showing a collection of drawings which aim to be a homage to the powers of Nature, Growth, Beauty and Femininity. Drawings on flags, handkerchiefs, gallery quality prints and some originals. Also on display there will be some small items for sale like tattoos and little books.




Raw Signals: The Current Form of Portraiture

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Raw Signals: The Current Form of Portraiture
at Koganei Art Spot Chateau 2F
Chateau Koganei 2F, 6-5-3 Honcho, Koganei-shi, Tokyo 184-0004
Media: Graphics - Painting - Drawing - Photography - Talks
(2017-11-11 - 2017-12-03)

This exhibition curated by artist Goro Murayama, who in October returned from a Culture Ministry-sponsored trip to research emerging art in Vienna, presents portraits in a variety of media by promising young artists born in the 1980s and 1990s. These new works shed light on perceptions of symbols in the art of Japan. [Event] Talk by Seiichi Hanamura (psychiatrist) Date: Dec. 3 (Sun) 15:00–17:00




Existent and Nonexistent Things

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Existent and Nonexistent Things
at Tokyo Zokei University Yokoyama Memorial Manzu Museum
Tokyo Zokei University, 1556 Utsunukimachi, Hachioji-shi, Tokyo 192-0992
Media: Painting - Sculpture
(2017-11-08 - 2017-12-09)

Creative Spiral Project is an initiative by Tokyo Zokei University Art Department faculty that supports graduates and documents their accomplishments. The fourth exhibition looks at the different processes and creations of three painters and sculptors.




Ryusuke Fukahori “Goldfish from above. 2”

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Ryusuke Fukahori “Goldfish from above. 2”
at Gallery Little High
464-2 4F Broadway Center, 5-52-15 Nakano, Nakano-ku, Tokyo 164-0001
Media: Painting - Sculpture
(2017-11-23 - 2017-12-12)

Ryusuke Fukahori is renowned for his stunningly realistic planar depictions of goldfish produced through a unique approach whereby he applies layers of color to resin. This exhibition follows on from his previous show, inviting viewers to once again marvel at the beauty of these fish.




The Etcher: Keiko Kiyohara Retrospective

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The Etcher: Keiko Kiyohara Retrospective
at Hachioji Yume Art Museum
2F View Tower Hachiouji, 8-1 Youkamachi, Hachioujishi, Tokyo 192-0071
Media: Prints - Talks
(2017-11-11 - 2017-12-14)

Only 30 works remain from the short life of copperplate etching artist Keiko Kiyohara (1955–1987). Thirty years after her death, these intricate, mesmerizing prints are now admired for their mysterious and aesthetically rich narratives and their literary inclinations with references to Juran Hisao and Yukio Mishima. This exhibition presents all of Kiyohara’s remaining works, as well as original prints and sketches for her etchings, a proof showing the process behind her last completed work “Solitary Island,” notes, and other materials including some that have never been displayed before. Works by European painters and printers who influenced Kiyohara, such as Jacques Callot, Gustave Moreau, Rodolphe Bresdin, and Odilon Redon, offer a fuller picture of her work and creative inspirations.




Joji Hashiguchi “Individual – Japan and Japanese People”

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Joji Hashiguchi “Individual – Japan and Japanese People”
at Shadai Gallery, Tokyo Institute of Polytechnics
2-4-7 Honcho, Nakano-ku, Tokyo 164-8678
Media: Photography
(2017-11-06 - 2017-12-20)

A selection of works from award-winning portrait photographer Joji Hashiguchi’s major series “Junana-sai no Chizu” (Map of 17), “Father,” “Couple,” “Shoku 1991–1995 Work,” and “Yume” (Dreams). This is the first comprehensive exhibition of these series about Japan and its people. For “Map of 17,” Hashiguchi traveled across Japan photographing 17 year-olds in the places where they live. Documenting Japanese people who have ridden the waves of economic prosperity in the late-1980s through stagnation and decline after the bubble burst, Hashiguchi’s works have renewed value in 2017 as a testament to photography’s ability to reflect and record reality.




Mike Lee “Happier Together”

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Mike Lee “Happier Together”
at Amala
1-36-8 Kichijoji Honcho, Musashino-shi, Tokyo 180-0004
Media: Painting - Party
(2017-11-18 - 2017-12-23)

The first solo show in Japan for the New York-based artist Mike Lee.




Celebrating the 70th Anniversary of Musashino City & The Centennial of Inokashira Park

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Celebrating the 70th Anniversary of Musashino City & The Centennial of Inokashira Park
at Kichijoji Art Museum
FF Bldg. 7F, 1-8-16 Kichijoji Hommachi, Musashino-shi, Tokyo 180-0004
Media: Painting - Talks
(2017-11-11 - 2017-12-24)

A look back on the historical and cultural significance of Musashino City, home to Inokashira Park which opened 100 years ago.




Scores - Sculpture, Music, Architecture

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Scores - Sculpture, Music, Architecture
at Tokyo Art Museum
1-25-1 Sengawacho, Chofu-shi, Tokyo 182-0002
Media: Sculpture - Installation - Sound - Performance Art
(2017-09-28 - 2017-12-24)

The sculptures presented here, formed of square aluminum pipes of varying widths and depths, can be viewed as a score. Replace the elements of the sculpture with sound and time, and you can produce music. For if the sound is produced by vibrations between the air and the shapes or objects that exist in the space, then music can be perceived as an invisible sculpture. This collaborative exhibition in two parts straddles the field of sculpture, music, and architecture. Part 1: Sep. 28 (Thu) - Nov. 5 (Sun) 2017, Kenichi Kanazawa (sculptor) + Hiroyuki Ura (Musician) Part 2: Nov. 9 (Thu) - Dec. 24 (Sun) 2017, Kenichi Kanazawa (sculptor) + Kyo Ichinose (Musician) + Kiyonori Sogabe (Musician) [Related Events] Performance Part 1 Scores: Live Performance Performers: Hiroyuki Ura, Satoko Inoue, Kenichi Kanazawa Event Date: Oct. 8 (Sun) 15:00-16:00, Nov. 3 (Fri) 19:00-20:00 Admission: Free (exhibition admission ticket required) Performance Part 2 Scores: Live Performance Performers: Kyo Ichinose, Kiyonori Sogabe, Kenichi Kanazawa Event Date: Nov. 26 (Sun) 19:00-20:00, Dec. 16 (Fri) 19:00-20:00 Admission: Free (exhibition admission ticket required)




Tokusaburo Masamune Exhibition

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Tokusaburo Masamune Exhibition
at Fuchu Art Museum
Sengen-cho 1-3, Fuchu-shi, Tokyo 183-0001
Media: Painting - Nihonga - Talks
(2017-11-03 - 2017-12-28)

Tokusaburo Masamune was born in Bizen, Okayama Prefecture in 1883. After studying at Tokyo Art School he went to France, where he was significantly influenced by Matisse and Monet. He was forced to return to Japan when World War I broke out. During WWII he evacuated to Nagano Prefecture before moving to Fuchu after the war ended to continue his work as an artist until his death at the age of 79. Many of his works depicting Japan’s satoyama scenes remain. This exhibition presents around 100 paintings from his time in Nagano and Fuchu, spotlighting the beauty of his work.




100 Years of Japanese Animation Part 1: Song, Dance, and Aikatsu Stars!

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100 Years of Japanese Animation Part 1: Song, Dance, and Aikatsu Stars!
at Suginami Animation Museum
Suginami Kaikan 3F, 3-29-5 Kamiogi, Suginami-ku, Tokyo 167-0043
Media: Manga - Video and Film - Animation - Sound - Workshops
(2017-09-06 - 2018-01-14)

2017 marks the 100th anniversary of animation in Japan. To celebrate the occasion, Suginami Animation Museum presents a two-part song and dance-themed tribute to the art form. Part 1 looks back on the history of song and dance in Japanese anime through epoch-making works and the culture and eras they came out of. It also introduces the latest from “Aikatsu Stars!,” a five year-old series loved by children and adults alike. From memory-making blockbusters to new-to-you series, experience the wonderful world of Japanese animation through sight and sound. Please see the official website for information on related events.




The 100-Year History of Japanese Picture Books

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The 100-Year History of Japanese Picture Books
at Chihiro Art Museum Tokyo
4-7-2 Shimo Shakujii, Nerima-ku, Tokyo 177-0042
Media: Illustration - Painting - Drawing
(2017-11-08 - 2018-01-31)

In the 1910s, several Japanese magazines for children, such as “Kodomo no Tomo (The Children’s Companion)” and “Akai Tori (Red Bird),” were launched one after the other. Against the backdrop of the prosperity that arrived to Japan after World War I - a period known as the Taisho Democracy - highly artistic illustrated magazines and picture books emerged from the movement at the time promoting fairy tales, nursery songs and pictures for children. Following World War II, picture books enjoyed a resurgence thanks to the contributions of Chihiro Iwasaki and other distinctive artists. This exhibition follows the progression of the uniquely rich expressiveness of Japanese picture books over the past 100 years.




History and Folklore of Musashino: From the Collection of the Former Musashino Folk Museum

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History and Folklore of Musashino: From the Collection of the Former Musashino Folk Museum
at Edo-Tokyo Open Air Architectural Museum
c/o Koganei Park 3-7-1 Sakuracho, Koganei-shi, Tokyo 184-0005
Media: Architecture - Product - Crafts
(2017-09-26 - 2018-03-04)

In 1993, Edo-Tokyo Open Air Architectural Museum took over the collection of the Former Musashino Folk Museum, which was located on the Edo-Tokyo Open Air Architectural Museum’s site from 1954 to 1991. This exhibition offers a sampling of some 250 artifacts from the Former Musashino Folk Museum, including documents and other exhibits on the archeology, industry, lifestyles, beliefs, and amusements of Musashino culture. Displays include earthen earrings designated as Important Cultural Properties.




Delicious! Animating Memorable Meals

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Delicious! Animating Memorable Meals
at Ghibli Museum, Mitaka
The West Park of Inokashira Park, 1-1-83 Shimorenjaku, Mitaka-shi, Tokyo 181-0013
Media: Illustration - Animation
(2017-05-28 - 2018-05-01)

Studio Ghibli films are renowned for depicting daily life in great detail. What often lingers in the memory of viewers are scenes of food and meals: Pazu and Sheeta sharing a fried egg on toast in “Castle in the Sky,” Chihiro shedding tears of relief while eating a rice ball received from Haku in “Spirited Away,” Howl frying up bacon and eggs for Sophie, Markl and everyone in “Howl’s Moving Castle,” the list goes on… The foods that appear are not particularly special, often being rather common, but their appearance in the films always has special meaning. Pazu and Sheeta’s hearts connect when they share the same food. The courage to face her challenges blooms in Chihiro as she eats the rice ball. Around the dining table a family forms while everyone enjoys bacon and eggs in “Howl’s Moving Castle.” Scenes of casual meals are infused with tremendous storytelling importance, and achieving dramatic effect while creating delicious-looking meals and characters enjoying them - show in their expressions and gestures - comes from the power of finely detailed drawing. Food that is still warm, that looks soft and tender, with the wonderful flavor showing on the faces of those eating them - these scenes of meals are appealing and charming. No dialogue is needed to convey deliciousness and happiness. This exhibition introduces how food can be drawn to appear even more delectable than the real thing, creating scenes of joy.




Jins Art Project

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Jins Art Project
at Jins Kichijoji Daiyagai
1-8-1 Kichijoji Honcho, Musashino-shi, Tokyo 180-0004
Media: Painting

Two fresh, bold works by the cutting-edge artist Taro Izumi that express the relationship between eyeglasses and vision from new points of view are displayed on the second floor of Jins Kichijoji Daiyagai, a gallery brimming with concepts and ideas that only Jins could come up with. [Image: Taro Izumi “Wink Lion” (2013) crayon on paper and wood panel 83.5×153.7 cm]




Permanent Collection

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Permanent Collection
at Murauchi Art Museum
787 Sanyumachi, Hachioji-shi, Tokyo 192-0012
Media: Painting

Murauchi Art Museum holds western paintings with an emphasis on works by the Barbizon painters in the 19th century. Works of Impressionist painters and modern artists are also contained in the collection. [Image: Jean-François Millet "Antoinette Hebert looking herself in the Mirror" (1844-45) Oil on canvas 98.0 x 78.0cm]




Akiko Endo “Cosmic Soul”

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Akiko Endo “Cosmic Soul”
at Musashino Art University Museum & Library
1-736 Ogawacho, Kodaira-shi, Tokyo 187-8505
Media: Painting - Talks
(2017-11-27 - 2017-12-22)

Akiko Endo’s large-scale works that tell grand narratives incorporating all phenomena existing in the world leave a lasting impression. This retrospective introduces her wide-ranging achievements, focusing on major groups of her work, including her early “Paradise” series, the “Street” series, which spurred a major creative leap, and her current work, plus three-dimensional works and illustrations. Venue: Building 12 Basement Gallery [Related Events] Talk Event Date: Nov. 29 (Mon) 17:00-18:30 (doors open: 16:30) Speakers: Meiji Hijikata (Deputy Director of Hiratsuka Museum of Art, art critic, visiting professor in the Department of Oil Painting at Musashino Art University), Akiko Endo Venue: Building 1 Room 103, Musashino Art University Admission: Free (first-come-first-served, no booking required) *Please note that you will not be able to view the exhibition after the event as the exhibition closes at 18:00. Gallery Talk Date: Dec. 9 (Sat) 13:30-15:00 Speakers: Kunio Motoe (Professor at Tama Art University, art critic), Akiko Endo Venue: Building 12 Basement Gallery Admission: Free (first-come-first-served, no booking required) *Events in Japanese




Naoya Yoshida “What are Visual Images? Ideas and Practice of a Television Program Pioneer”

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Naoya Yoshida “What are Visual Images? Ideas and Practice of a Television Program Pioneer”
at Musashino Art University Museum & Library
1-736 Ogawacho, Kodaira-shi, Tokyo 187-8505
Media: Video and Film - Media Arts
(2017-11-27 - 2017-12-22)

Naoya Yoshida (1931-2008) created a host of television programs as a director at NHK. He also served as department head at the founding, in 1990, of the Musashino Art University Department of Imaging Arts and Sciences. This exhibition explores his achievements and his perception of visual images through examining, from the perspective of art and design, the television programs Yoshida created, his writings, and materials concerning his creative process, including the written treatments that were the basis for planning programs, organizational diagrams, and photographs. Venue: Exhibition Space 3, Musashino Art University Museum [Related Events] 35mm film screening “Night and Fog” (Alain Resnais, 1955) Date: Dec. 2 (Sat), 15:30-16:30 (doors open: 15:00) Speakers: Ken Yabuno (painter, Director of Fuchu Art Museum), Ryoku Itaya (Professor in Musashino Art University Department of Imaging Arts and Sciences) Venue: Building 7, Room 401, Musashino Art University Admission: Free (first-come-first-served, no booking required) Capacity: 200 *Event in Japanese




The Research Associate Exhibition 2017

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The Research Associate Exhibition 2017
at Musashino Art University Museum & Library
1-736 Ogawacho, Kodaira-shi, Tokyo 187-8505
Media: Graphics - Painting - Photography - Sculpture - Product - Talks
(2017-11-27 - 2017-12-22)

This exhibition displays the results of the creative work and findings of the research associates who assist in Musashino Art University’s various laboratories. It presents the rich range of styles in which the research associates, while taking charge of teaching and related tasks on an everyday basis, engage as artists, designers, and researchers. The research associates - the artists showing their work in this exhibition - have planned and produced it themselves. [Related Events] Artist Talk Date: Dec. 9 (Sat) 14:30-16:30 Speakers: Participating artists Venue: Art Hall, Musashino Art University Admission: Free (first-come-first-served, no booking required) *Event in Japanese. *Please see the official website for further information on other events.




“Reversible Destiny Lofts Mitaka” Tour

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“Reversible Destiny Lofts Mitaka” Tour
at Reversible Destiny Lofts Mitaka
2-2-8 Osawa, Mitaka-shi, Tokyo 181-0015
Media: Architecture - Talks
(2017-12-10 - 2017-12-16)

Tour the grounds and interiors of the iconic Mitaka apartment complex designed by Shusaku Arakawa and Madeline Gins that has drawn international attention since its completion. [Event Details] Dec. 10 (Sun) 11:00- Family Tour, 14:00- Architecture Tour by the curator Dec. 16 (Sat) 11:00- Architecture Tour by the curator, 14:00- “Constructing the Body” Tour *Please see the official website for further details and booking.