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Japanese Lucky Characters

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Japanese Lucky Characters
at Gallery Kopis
Media: Illustration - Painting - Sculpture - Product - Fashion - Crafts
(2017-09-18 - 2017-09-23)

Boost your luck with this selection of auspicious artist-designed charms charms on sale at Hanazono Shrine.




Tadanori Shibamiya Exhibition

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Tadanori Shibamiya Exhibition
at Sakura City Museum of Art
Media: Painting - Talks
(2017-08-05 - 2017-09-24)

Introducing the works of Tadanori Shibamiya (b. 1938), an oil painter from Nagano Prefecture who lived in Sakura, Chiba for 25 years until his death in 2007. Shibamiya also produced illustrations for Pen and children’s magazines. This exhibition surveys his career, presenting his oil paintings, watercolors, and other works featuring vibrant colors, landscapes, and recurring tree motifs.




20th Japan Media Arts Festival Exhibition of Award-winning Works

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20th Japan Media Arts Festival Exhibition of Award-winning Works
at NTT ICC Inter Communication Center
Media: Manga - Installation - Video and Film - Animation - Media Arts - Sound - Art Festival - Talks
(2017-09-16 - 2017-09-28)

The 20th Japan Media Arts Festival received 4,034 entries from 88 countries and regions in its four divisions: Art, Entertainment, Animation and Manga. The Exhibition of Award-winning Works will present selected works featuring a wide range of styles, genres and forms of expression, as well as materials documenting the lifetime accomplishments of Special Achievement Award winners. The festival program will also include symposia, artists’ talks, workshops and other related events. Gathering diverse artists and creators from Japan and abroad, the thirteen days of the festival will offer a precious opportunity to experience works representing the most contemporary trends in Media Arts (in Japanese: Media Geijutsu).




20th Japan Media Arts Festival Exhibition of Award-winning Works

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20th Japan Media Arts Festival Exhibition of Award-winning Works
at Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery
Media: Manga - Installation - Video and Film - Animation - Media Arts - Sound - Art Festival - Talks
(2017-09-16 - 2017-09-28)

The 20th Japan Media Arts Festival received 4,034 entries from 88 countries and regions in its four divisions: Art, Entertainment, Animation and Manga. The Exhibition of Award-winning Works will present selected works featuring a wide range of styles, genres and forms of expression, as well as materials documenting the lifetime accomplishments of Special Achievement Award winners. The festival program will also include symposia, artists’ talks, workshops and other related events. Gathering diverse artists and creators from Japan and abroad, the thirteen days of the festival will offer a precious opportunity to experience works representing the most contemporary trends in Media Arts (in Japanese: Media Geijutsu).




Autumn Moon-Viewing at Miraikan 2017

Autumn Moon-Viewing at Miraikan 2017
at National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation
Media: Video and Film - Media Arts - Talks
(2017-09-13 - 2017-10-06)

At this annual event, the Miraikan’s Geo-Cosmos display presents lunar surface data from the Kaguya moon satellite along with footage of the entire moon. Enjoy moon-viewing as only possible at the Miraikan National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation. There will also be film screenings, panel displays, and mini talks offering astronomical wonder for children and adults alike.




Tamaki Shindo “Inhabited Island”

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Tamaki Shindo “Inhabited Island”
at Gallery Art Unlimited
Media: Graphics - Photography - Installation - Talks
(2017-09-16 - 2017-10-14)

Tamaki Shindo, who has traveled to and photographed various remote islands in recent years, set out on a journey in search of an old hermit said to inhabit the island of Kitagi-shima in Okayama Prefecture. This exhibition presents an installation comprised of collage works and straight photographs - a first for Shindo. [Related Events] Roppongi Art Night Event Event Date: Sep. 30 (Sat) 19:30-21:00 (doors open: 19:15) Artists: Tamaki Shindo, Mari Shirayama (Head of Research, Japan Camera Industry Institute) Capacity: 30 *Bookings can be made via: info@artunlimited.co.jp *Event in Japanese.




Living Design Museum 2017

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Living Design Museum 2017
at Setagaya Culture Life Information Center, Seikatsu-Kobo
Media: Product - Workshops - Talks
(2017-09-18 - 2017-10-15)

A exhibition about how household appliance design has been changing our lives since the 1950s.




Sunshower: Contemporary Art from Southeast Asia 1980s to Now

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Sunshower: Contemporary Art from Southeast Asia 1980s to Now
at Mori Art Museum
Media: Painting - Drawing - Sculpture - Installation - Video and Film - Media Arts - Workshops - Talks
(2017-07-05 - 2017-10-23)

With its population totaling around 600 million, the multi-ethnic, multi-lingual, multi-faith region of Southeast Asia has nurtured a truly dynamic and diverse culture. Contemporary art from this emerging economic powerhouse is currently earning widespread international attention. The “sunshower” – rain that falls from clear skies – is an intriguing yet frequently seen meteorological phenomenon in Southeast Asia, and serves as a metaphor for the vicissitudes of the region. This exhibition, the largest-ever of its kind, seeks to explore the many practices of contemporary art in Southeast Asia since the 1980s from nine different perspectives. It showcases the inconceivable dynamism of a Southeast Asia that is somewhat nostalgic yet extraordinarily new. *Held simultaneously with the exhibition of the same title at The National Art Center, Tokyo. [Related Event] Artists’ Talk “My Work” Apichatpong Weerasethakul and Chai Siris will talk about their new work “Sunshower” (2017) and Chiang Mai, Thailand, where they are currently based. * Japanese-English simultaneous interpretation available Moderator: Hirokazu Tokuyama (Associate Curator, Mori Art Museum) Date & Time: 19:00-20:30, Monday, July 10, 2017 (Doors open: 18:30) Free (Exhibition ticket valid for the day of issue for the admission to the Mori Art Museum required) Reservations required. Please see the official website for details.




Full Metal Alchemist Exhibition

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Full Metal Alchemist Exhibition
at Gallery AaMo
Media: Illustration - Painting - Drawing - Manga - Animation
(2017-09-16 - 2017-10-29)

The first major art exhibition for Hiromu Arakawa’s Full Metal Alchemist manga series displays more than 200 works, including original and color illustrations and items from the animation. Original merchandise is available.




The Poetry of Chihiro: Pictures Like Poems

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The Poetry of Chihiro: Pictures Like Poems
at Chihiro Art Museum Tokyo
Media: Illustration - Drawing - Talks
(2017-08-24 - 2017-11-05)

Known for liking fairy tales that are “short, beautiful, and called to mind a range of images, like poetry does,” Chihiro Iwasaki developed her own unique method of picture book expression through a series of publications that were referred to as “feeling picture books,” such as the title, “Kotori no Kuruhi (The Pretty Bird).” From a young age she was a fan of “Manyoshu,” the oldest existing collection of Japanese poetry, and the poems of Kenji Miyazawa. Through this exhibition - the third exhibition held in commemoration of the museum’s 40th anniversary - you can explore the sensibilities behind the overflowing poetic charm that infuses Chihiro’s illustrations. [Related Events] Gallery Talk by Takeshi Matsumoto Chiriro’s son Takeshi Matsumoto will share stories surrounding some of his mother’s works. Event Date: Sep. 3 (Sun) 14:00- Speaker: Takeshi Matsumoto (special adviser to Chihiro Art Museum Tokyo, Chair of Picture Book Association) Admission: Free Gallery Talk Hear about exhibition highlights as you walk around the gallery. Event Date: Every 1st and 3rd Saturday, 14:00- *Events in Japanese




Haitian Art Exhibition

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Haitian Art Exhibition
at Kawasaki City Museum
Media: Painting - Video and Film - Talks
(2017-09-02 - 2017-11-26)

Art from the Caribbean island nation of Haiti reflects the country’s beautiful natural setting, French colonial influence, and unique Hatian culture. With its vivid tropical colors, depictions of anthropomorphized animals, fantastic landscapes, and voodoo influence, Haitian art has attracted the interest of artists like leading Surrealist André Breton (1896-1966) and won international acclaim. Kawasaki City Museum showcases examples of Haiti’s vibrant art. [Events] Guided exhibition tour Date: Oct. 21 (Sat) 14:00–15:00 Family exhibition tour Date: Nov. 11 (Sat) 11:00–11:45 In Japanese. Please see the official website for reservations and details.




100 Years of Japanese Animation: Pioneers of Moving Manga

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100 Years of Japanese Animation: Pioneers of Moving Manga
at Kawasaki City Museum
Media: Drawing - Manga - Animation - Workshops - Talks
(2017-09-02 - 2017-12-03)

This exhibition looks back on the origins of Japanese animation a century ago, spotlighting four pioneers in the field: Hekoten Shimokawa, Seitaro Kiyama, Junichi Kouchi, and Senpan Maekawa. It also looks at ties between prewar manga and animation culture, and screens the recently rediscovered “Namakura Katana” – Japan’s oldest animation – and a tribute by contemporary animators to Hekoten Shimokawa. [Screenings] Early Animation Date: Oct. 22 (Sun) 11:30 and 14:00 (two programs) Hekoten Shimokawa Tribute & Contemporary Animators’ Works Date: Nov. 19 (Sun) 13:30–16:00 Animation Masterpieces Every Saturday and Sunday Oct. 14 (Sat)–Nov. 26 (Sun) 11:30 and 14:00 In Japanese. Please see the official website for details and information on more events.




Animation Cabin Vol. 4: Masterpiece Contemporary Shorts From Italy

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Animation Cabin Vol. 4: Masterpiece Contemporary Shorts From Italy
at Au Praxinoscope
Media: Video and Film - Animation
(2017-09-15 - 2017-12-23)

Screening outstanding contemporary short animations from Italy: “Muto” (2008) by Blu, “La Piccola Russia” (2004) by Gianluigi Toccafondo, La Funambola (2002) by Roberto Catani, “Come Persone” (1995) by Ursula Ferrara, “Invacca” (2008) by Stefano Ricci, and “Cosmoetico” (2015) by Martina Scarpelli. [Screening Times] 13:00–13:37 14:00–14:37 15:00–15:37 16:00–16:37 17:00–17:37 18:00–18:37




Yasuhiro Suzuki “Spontaneous Garden”

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Yasuhiro Suzuki “Spontaneous Garden”
at Hakone Open Air Museum
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.




Hakone Open-Air Museum Permanent Exhibits

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Hakone Open-Air Museum Permanent Exhibits
at Hakone Open Air Museum
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.