Ginza Culture

Public art will be set up at Ginza Line Kyobashi Station, Ginza Station, Toranomon Station, Aoyama 1-chome Station, Gaienmae Station!

Public art will be set up at Ginza Line Kyobashi Station, Ginza Station, Toranomon Station, Aoyama 1-chome Station, Gaienmae Station!

Announced in line with the renewal of each station on the Ginza Line Tokyo Subway Co., Ltd. is promoting the installation of public art in line with the new and renewal of the station with the aim of creating a comfortable and rich cultural space. Public art will be set up at 5 stations on the Ginza Line, which are renewing all stations. The Ginza Line, which is the closest subway to the ground, completed the renewal of the downtown area (Asakusa-Kanda) in 2017, and is now a commercial area (Mitsukoshi-mae-Kyobashi), a Ginza area (Ginza), and a business area (Shinbashi- We are renovating Akasaka Mitsuke) and trend areas (Aoyama 1-chome

2019 Independent Tokyo Grand Prix winner Artist Masato Yamaguchi solo exhibition “ Trans Reality # 2 INTO MATERIAL ” will be held in Ginza

Masato Yamaguchi solo exhibition "Trans Reality # 2 INTO MATERIAL" is now being held at Ginza Takagi Building The exhibition of Masato Yamaguchi's solo exhibition "Trans Reality # 2 INTO MATERIAL" will be held at the event "CANBIRTH" of Ginza Takagi Building. In this exhibition, we will make the entire space a pure white space and present three pieces announced in 2019 and three new works made with the latest expression of Yamaguchi. Click here for related articles https://home.ginza.kokosil.net/ja/archives/71811 "Transreality" pursued by artist Masato Yamaguchi is a theory that "transreality" advocates an essential real world between reality and virtuality. "Trans = Trans" means "translation / transgender". Yamaguchi uses machine painting

Meisen’s technology and design that surprised the world “Isesaki Meisen-Meisen Dies Again” is being held at Design Gallery 1953 on the 7th floor of Matsuya Ginza until March 23 (Mon)

The Japan Design Committee is holding the 764th Design Gallery 1953 Special Exhibition “Isesaki Meisen-Meisen Will Die Again” until March 23 (Mon). A display scene of Meisen, which focuses on the technique. Photo Nacasa & Partners Meisen is a daily wear of silk fabrics that gorgeously colored women from the Meiji era to the early Showa era. This exhibition focuses on the advanced technique “Heiyoga-suri”, a technique unique to the world, produced in Isesaki City, Gunma Prefecture, which is a representative production area. This is a valuable opportunity to see many of the Meisen collections. In recent years, Meisen has gained a reputation overseas as it has influenced famous fashion

Information for Takehiko Sugawara exhibition held at Gallery Naganaga

“ Pine of Wolong '' 162 × 224cm Sugawara draws the power in her own work while being delighted by the powerful vitality released from the trunk of a tree that is several hundred years old. The heart of praying that the life of the old tree is eternal echoes in the picture. Using traditional techniques of Japanese painting, always pursuing new possibilities, such as bleeding ink from the back of Echizen handmade washi paper, dare to make cracks with pine smoke ink known as Japan's oldest ink. Sugahara's work is creative. This exhibition, which has been held for four years since it was held in 2016, is the first

[Ginza TSUTAYA SHOTEN] Limited edition of Bluesman’s real “Cotton fields” with a print by photographer Osamu Nagahama will be available exclusively at stores and online stores!

Signed by Osamu Nagahama and Peter Barakán, you can choose from a total of 4 prints. Ginza Tsutaya Bookstore (Ginza GINZA SIX6F, Tokyo) will celebrate the release of Osamu Nagahama's "Cotton Fields" from March 10th, and you can choose from 4 rare benefits of 8 copies each limited edition. I sell the decoration. Includes autograph and bonus print. Ginza Tsutaya Bookstore Limited “Cotton fields” Special Edition Signed by Osamu Nagahama and Peter Barakán, with 4 prints (limited to 8 books each), a total of 32 super-limited editions Osamu Nagahama, a photographer who has been active in magazines and advertising photography since the late 1960s, approached the age of 50 and

[Ginza Tsutaya Bookstore] Photographer Kawashima Kotori’s book of works, “Good morning happy,” pre-order starts on 3/6 (Fri.). Ginza-limited special edition comes with original prints and a special tote bag.

The special edition is limited to 20 copies of each color. Includes sheet with signature / edition number, original print, special tote bag, and bonus. Ginza TSUTAYA SHOTEN (GINZA SIX 6F, Chuo-ku, Tokyo) will sell a photo book of Kotori Kawashima from Wednesday, April 1, as one of the commemorative events commemorating the 3rd anniversary of its opening. Prior to the release, we will start accepting pre-orders from the online store on Friday, March 6th. What is Kawashima Kotori "Happy Morning Hello" Kotori Kawashima is a photographer who is impressive with photographs that capture the moments when human purity and obedient emotions shine. Spinning a series of photographs taken for

[Panasonic Shiodome Museum of Art]
I went to the “Dream of Living Connected with Modern Design” Exhibition

January 11, 2020 (Sat.)-The "Dream of Living with Modern Design" exhibition is being held at the Panasonic Shiodome Museum in Shimbashi. The other day, I went to this exhibition. In this article, you will find the highlights, highlights, and congestion of the dream of living that modern design connects. The four highlights of the dream of living that modern design connects There are four highlights of the exhibition. 1.A collection of classic chairs entrusting the dreams of living! Approximately 35 masterpiece chairs that pursue the best design for a modern Japanese lifestyle, such as Inoue Fuichiro, Bruno Taut, Antonin & Noemi Raymond, Isamu Kenmochi's Rattan Maru Chair, George Nakashima's Peconoid

[Artison Museum] “Claude Monet-Asking the Landscape” Press Release Report

Claude Monet 《Woman with Parasol》 1886 Oil on canvas, Museum of Orsay Museum Photo © RMN-Grand Palais (musée d'Orsay) / Stéphane Maréchalle / distributed by AMF The Bridgestone Museum of Art, which had been closed since May 2015, has been renewed under a new concept of "creativity". This time, we will tell you about the Artizon Museum, which was just opened on January 18, 2020, and the press release of the special exhibition "Claude Monet- Asking the Scenery" held at the museum. What is the Artison Museum? Located in the lower part of the 23-storey high-rise building "Museum Tower Kyobashi" 1st floor entrance lobby Museum shop on the second floor.

[Maloney Gate Ginza 1] Spring decoration “Maruko and Kojikoji’s cherry blossom viewing weather” tied up with Tokyo Infiorata 2020 will be held from March 9 (Monday)!

At the commercial facility "Maloney Gate Ginza 1" in Ginza, during the period from March 9 (Mon) to April 12 (Sun), the main entrance will be titled "Maruko and Kojikoji's Cherry Blossom Viewing" and the main entrance will be Maruko and Kojikoji. Will be the cherry blossom viewing venue. In the hall, we will develop decorations colored with cherry blossoms. Marronnier Gate Ginza 1 will also be entered as one of the venues for Tokyo Infiorata 2020, which will be held at more than 15 venues in the Tokyo metropolitan area, mainly in Tokyo. I expressed a nostalgic and relaxing atmosphere. Main object © MS © SP At Marronnier Gate

[Ginza Tsutaya Shoten] Naoya Inose’s solo exhibition “Romantic Depression” will be held at THE CLUB on Saturday, March 14th.

Press preview: March 13 (Fri) 16:00 – 18:00 Opening reception: March 14 (Sat) 18:00 – 20:00 This time, THE CLUB will hold a solo exhibition "Romantic Depression" by Naoya Inose. Naoya Inose, Romantic depression, 2020, © Courtesy of the artist About the exhibition In this exhibition, Inose will go to Iceland for research and present a new work based on the magnificent scenery. In addition to the works of Inose's representative monoliths and penguins, a series with a motif of a color bar of a television that has been making an effort in recent years will be exhibited. Romanticly portrays end-of-life landscapes with the chaotic atmosphere of modern society. This

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