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Ryohin Keikaku Co., Ltd., which develops MUJI products, will hold the "MUJI CONNECTS ART Exhibition" at MUJI MUJI GINZA Gallery2 (Chuo-ku, Tokyo) from February 26th (Friday) to March 14th (Sunday), 2021. Will be held. The exhibited works will be on sale at ATELIER MUJI GINZA and MUJI online store from February 26th (Friday).
MUJI continues to pursue a "comfortable life" by re-examining the essence of things through manufacturing, which is the basis of daily life. Art is an embodiment of life itself, and is also one of the expressions of the origin of life that MUJI continues to ask. "MUJI CONNECTS ART" is a project with a message that we want people to connect with each other and people to society and incorporate art into their lives as one of the activities aimed at realizing a "comfortable life".
In this first exhibition, works drawn by four artists active in Japan and overseas will be produced in collaboration with the lithograph studio "Idem Paris" in Paris, France. MUJI will be exhibited and sold at Ginza and online stores. (100 copies each limited)
The appeal of lithographs is that they are hand-crafted by craftsmen to create a unique, one-of-a-kind texture.
Although it is an art that is easy to incorporate into your life, you can feel the traces of a certain person's hand. Even if the social structure and lifestyle change, the art created by human hands gives us an opportunity to feel something, and sometimes it also connects and supports people.
We hope that this exhibition will be an opportunity for us living in the present to nurture the original power of life and lead to a bright future.
Inheriting the technology and tradition of lithograph with a history of more than 100 years, Idem Paris collaborates with various artists from the days of masters such as Mathis, Picasso, Black, Chagall, and Miro to contemporary art writers. The studio that has been produced.
Participating artists Minoru Nomata / Umi Domoto / Paul Cox / Vayeda Brothers (in no particular order)
MUJI CONNECTS ART Exhibition Period | February 26, 2021 (Friday) -March 14, 2021 (Sunday)
Hours ｜ 11: 00-18: 00 Business hours are different from stores. The museum is closed according to the store.
* Please check the ATELIER MUJI GINZA official website as the schedule may change, such as the session and time.
Venue ｜ MUJI Ginza 6F ATELIER MUJI GINZA Gallery2 Free admission Organizer ｜ Ryohin Keikaku Planning Cooperation ｜ Kazuko Koike Graphic Design ｜ Atsumi Kikuchi Construction ｜ HIGHURE 17-15 cas
ATELIER MUJI GINZA
MUJI Ginza 6F, 3-3-5 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 104-0061
Access ｜ Tokyo Metro Ginza Line / Marunouchi Line / Hibiya Line "Ginza" Station Exit B4 3 minutes walk Tokyo Metro Yurakucho Line "Ginza 1-chome" Station Exit 5 3 minutes walk
JR Yamanote Line "Yurakucho" Station Central Exit 5 minutes walk
MUJI CONNECTS ART Special Site ｜ https://www.muji.com/jp/feature/connectsart
ATELIER MUJI GINZA Official Website ｜ https://atelier.muji.com/jp/
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