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    Alvar Aalto – Second Nature(in Tokyo)

    Alvar Aalto (1898-1976) is an iconic Finnish architect whose designs range from private houses to public buildings, and include such works as Villa Mairea, Tuberculosis Sanatorium in Paimio, and Viipuri (Vyborg) Library. He was meticulous about detail and, in addition to the architecture, would design the furniture and other furnishings, right down to wall tiles and doorknobs. The product designs he worked on, which include armchairs, stools, lights and streamlined glassware, are now so well-known around the world that one could say that they are a symbol of Finnish design. Aalto’s works are grounded in humanism, in the wish to enrich people’s lives, and he also incorporated the organic forms

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  • Ishikawa

    Qiu Zhijie Living Writing

    Through writing, primarily using the Chinese traditional calligraphy he learned as a child, QIU Zhijie has continually inquired into universal, primordial human existence. Fujian Province, where he was born, was once a vital center for seaborne trade, rich in cultural exchange born from commerce and immigration. Qiu’s works with their dynamic, free perspective are deeply influenced by the culture of his home region. This exhibition examines the art and expressive power of Qiu Zhijie, who sees the world comprehensively and merges his own existence with representation of the relationships between people and things.

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  • Tokyo

    Rubens and the Birth of the Baroque

    Peter Paul Rubens (1577-1640) was one of the preeminent representatives of Baroque art flourished in Europe during the 17th century. Rubens and his studio pioneered a new style with a considerable number of paintings, and exerted a powerful influence on his contemporaries and artists of later generations. Rubens was also a skilled diplomat, who engaged in negotiations with royal courts throughout Europe. exhibition focuses on Rubens’ relationship with Italy, where ancient and Renaissance art once thrived. Rome was also the center of Baroque art. Raised in Antwerp, Rubens became familiar with ancient culture as a child and had a special admiration for Italy. Beginning in 1600, he lived in the

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  • Tokyo

    EXOTIC × MODERN: French Art Deco and inspiration afar

    Art Deco had been the epitome of its era, flourishing in France in the years between the two World Wars of the twentieth century. Inclinations towards encounters with the arts and culture of regions outside of Europe presented a significant influence on the aesthetics and formative sensibilities of Art Deco. Such as the Ballets Russe’s appearance in 1909, Josephine Baker who sailed to France in 1925, the discovery of Tutankhamun’s tomb in 1922, Citroen’s La Croisierie Noire and La Croisierie Jaune expeditions with automobiles travelling north to south across Africa and Asia for the first time, and the L’Exposition colonial internationale at the Bois de Vicennes in 1931, various topics

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  • Tokyo

    Catastrophe and the Power of Art

    Recent decades have seen a stream of catastrophes around the world – from 9.11 in 2001 to the global financial crisis of 2008, Japan’s devastating quake and tsunami in 2011, and the list goes on – and many artists have produced works dealing with these tragic events, in an endeavor to inform the wider world of them, and ensure their stories are passed down to future generations. Unlike media coverage, with its emphasis on objectivity, such documenting from a personal perspective presents to us another kind of truth, difficult to discern in the shadow of numerically overwhelming public opinion. Such works may also be designed to expose contradictions and cover-ups

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  • Tokyo

    The Phillips Collection :A Modern Vision

    The Phillips Collection :A Modern Vision in Washington DC is known as one of the finest private collections in the US, and was founded in 1918 located at a private residence, with works centered around the collection of Duncan Phillips (1886-1966), a collector of discerning perception, who was born into the family of a wealthy businessman. The Phillips celebrates its 100th anniversary in 2018. And it was opened to the public in 1921 as America’s first museum of modern art, even before the Museum of Modern Art in New York. Phillips was always strict in his selection, and this is evident in the high quality of each one of the

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  • Ibaraki

    ART and EAT -something about art around food-

    Both the porgy of TAKAHASHI Yuichi and the apple of SATAKE Toku are the paintings of eatable objects. Can you imagine which one is tastier? The difference between these two objects, a porgy and apples, comes from their historical backgrounds. For Yuichi, the fish is not merely the object, but it reflects the food culture itself. SATAKE, on the other hand, admired Paul Cezanne (1839-906) and he grasped apples as materials exist in space. Jesus and his Apostles share their bread and wine on the painting of Rin YAMASHITA, “Kimitsu no Bansan (The Last Supper)”. If we read the bible, we will then come to know that the bread and

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  • Tokyo

    Koetsu and Korin – the Beauty of Rimpa School

    Hon’ami Koetsu (1558-1637) is said to be the ancestor of the Rimpa School and Ogata Korin (1658-1716) was born one hundred years after Koetsu. The two multifaceted persons also served as so-called art directors. This exhibition will take you to a unique world of beauty while highlighting the similarity between the two great masters of art. We will also introduce well-selected paintings and craftworks created by two other artists related to Rimpa: Tawaraya Sotatsu (years of birth and death unknown), a painter who collaborated with Koetsu and gave birth to inspiring works, as well as Ogata Kenzan (1663-1743), a younger brother of Korin. We hope you will fully enjoy the

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    Shiga Lieko: Human Spring

    The Tokyo Photographic Art Museum will present a solo exhibition featuring “Human Spring”, the latest work by the contemporary photo artist SHIGA Lieko, who has attracted attention both in Japan and internationally for her series of work based on her own unique fieldwork. Spring marks the time when the world awakes from winter, it is the season of graduations, matriculation and that represent turning points in people’s lives, it is also a time that makes us aware of various historical events, such as the ‘Prague Spring’, the ‘Arab Spring’, the ‘Silent Spring’, that deals with environmental issues and the ‘Rite of Spring’ that expresses the grandeur and cruelty of life.

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  • Tokyo

    Cute and Funny Ukiyo-e

    A wide variety of attractive figures and trends are depicted in ukiyo-e during the Edo period, such as beautiful courtesans, handsome actors and popular sights. However, more than 150 years since the Edo period, it may be quite difficult to appreciate ukiyo-e with the exact same feelings as the people of the time, even with preliminary knowledge. Then, how about looking at them from the viewpoint of the keywords “kawaii (cute)” and “okashii (funny)”? In ukiyo-e, there are many works of children and animals that we can intuitively react “kawaii!” There are also works depicting curious creatures and humorous scenes of people in slapstick comedies that are amusing to our

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