Ginza Culture

Galerie Tamenaga announces the holding of the “Emerging Visions” exhibition (Saturday, July 6th – Ginza, Tokyo)

Galerie Tamenaga announces the holding of the “Emerging Visions” exhibition (Saturday, July 6th – Ginza, Tokyo)

– New Visions of Seven Young Japanese Artists – Galerie Tamenaga will be holding the exhibition "Emerging Visions: The New Generation of Japanese Artists" from July 6th (Saturday) to August 18th (Sunday). The exhibition will feature approximately 40 diverse works by seven young Japanese artists who are also popular at our Paris branch. This group exhibition, which began in 2020 with the intention of supporting young artists amid the COVID-19 pandemic, has been well-received every year under the title "Nine Artists Captivating Paris in Japanese Art." This year, the name has been changed to "Emerging Visions," and the exhibition will be held for the fifth time. In addition to oil

[Ginza Tsutaya Bookstore] Minami Iki’s solo exhibition “Art and Craft” will be held from Saturday, June 8th. A huge circular installation will be presented in the atrium venue.

Ginza Tsutaya Bookstore (6th floor, GINZA SIX, Chuo-ku, Tokyo) will hold Minami Ibuki's solo exhibition "Art and Culture in One" at GINZA ATRIUM from Saturday, June 8th to Wednesday, June 26th, 2024. Special feature page | https://store.tsite.jp/ginza/blog/art/40100-1555550423.html ·overview Minami Iki creates paintings using a unique algorithm based on the theme of "the core of art." Having explored the "core of art" in various past series, Minami will present a huge circular installation work in the atrium venue for this exhibition. In commemoration of this exhibition, he will also present a special invitation drawing work using the blueprint of the installation. ・Minami Iki talk event will be held on June 16th

[Wako, Ginza] “Inoue Manji White Porcelain Exhibition: The Blue Sea Waves of My Heart” will be held from June 20th (Thursday)

This is the 48th exhibition at Wako by Inoue Manji, a holder of the Important Intangible Cultural Property for "White Porcelain." Ginza Wako will be holding the "Inoue Manji White Porcelain Exhibition: Seigaiha of My Heart" at the Seiko House Hall (formerly Wako Hall) from June 20th (Thurs) to 30th (Sun) by Inoue Manji, a holder of the Important Intangible Cultural Property (Living National Treasure) for "white porcelain." Works themed on "Seigaiha," which Inoue created with his wish for a peaceful life, will be on display. "I was born in 1929 and am now 95 years old. Even with the years, there is no limit to art. I am interested

[50th Anniversary] “Mouse’s Vest Exhibition: Nakae Yoshio and Ueno Noriko – A Gift of Imagination” finally opens!

A limited edition gift for visitors who want to walk around pretending to be Nezumi-kun or Nemi-chan, and information on the exhibition catalogue released for the first time. There will also be an autograph session! The picture book "Mouse's Vest" (published by Poplar Publishing in 1974) is loved by generations. The popular series has sold over 4.9 million copies and currently has 41 volumes, and was created by the husband-and-wife collaboration between author Yoshi Nakae and painter Noriko Ueno. To commemorate the 50th anniversary of the birth of this masterpiece, an exhibition entitled "50th Anniversary of the Birth of Mouse's Vest: Yoshi Nakae and Noriko Ueno, A Gift of Imagination"

To mark the 100th anniversary of the birth of Saori Akutagawa, an avant-garde artist who rose to prominence in the 1950s, NUKAGA GALLERY will be holding an exhibition entitled “Saori Akutagawa: Fierce. Burning. Intense.”

NUKAGA GALLERY will be holding an exhibition entitled "Akutagawa Saori: Fierce. Burning. Intense," from Monday, May 20th to Wednesday, July 3rd, 2024, showcasing the precious works she left behind during her short life. NUKAGA GALLERY will be holding an exhibition entitled "Akutagawa Saori: Fierce. Burning. Intense." from Monday, May 20th to Wednesday, July 3rd. This exhibition will feature works created by Akutagawa, who gained attention as an avant-garde artist from the early 1950s and passed away suddenly in 1966 at the age of 41, including her representative works and drawings. She continued to burn with energy in pursuit of her own unique expression throughout her short career of around 15

ATELIER MUJI Special Exhibition “Something that is Both – Mitsuru Koga’s Perspective”

5/24 (Fri) – 6/30 (Sun) Ryohin Keikaku Co., Ltd., the operator of MUJI, will hold a special exhibition "Something that is both – Mitsuru Koga's Perspective" at ATELIER MUJI GINZA Gallery 1 and 2 in MUJI Ginza (Chuo-ku, Tokyo) from Friday, May 24th to Sunday, June 30th, 2024. Ryohin Keikaku continues to create everyday items that support the fundamentals of daily life, adhering to the three principles of MUJI manufacturing: "selection of materials," "process inspection," and "simplification of packaging." The works introduced here, which are made from everyday materials, by Mitsuru Koga, are different from everyday items, but they reveal an approach that can be seen in MUJI's manufacturing, such

[Ginza Wako] “Sachiko Arakaki Dyeing and Weaving Exhibition – Seeking the Light and Wind of Ryukyu” will be held from May 23rd (Thurs)

Wako will be holding her third solo exhibition by dyeing and weaving artist Sachiko Arakaki, a holder of an intangible cultural property designated by Okinawa Prefecture. Ginza Wako will be holding the "Arakaki Sachiko Dyeing and Weaving Exhibition – Exploring the Light and Wind of Ryukyu" by dyeing and weaving artist Arakaki Sachiko from Thursday, May 23rd to Sunday, June 2nd at the Seiko House Hall (formerly Wako Hall). Yaeyama Jofu is made from threads of ramie, a plant that was once cultivated in the Yaeyama Islands, and is dyed with natural dyes from plants and other sources using the hand-tying technique and intricately woven. It evokes the beauty of

An early summer event where the entertainment town of Hibiya is filled with sound – Tokyo Midtown Hibiya’s first “HIBIYA MUSIC WEEKEND” will be held. Don’t miss the live performances by a wide range of school brass bands from some of the best in Tokyo, from elementary schools to universities!

"Dreams Come True Disco 2024" and others will appear at the "Hibiya Music Festival 2024" to be held on June 8th (Sat) and 9th (Sun)! Period: May 25th (Sat) – June 23rd (Sun), 2024 Tokyo Midtown Hibiya will be holding "HIBIYA MUSIC WEEKEND" from Saturday, May 25th to Sunday, June 23rd, 2024, and will be livening up the entertainment town of Hibiya with a variety of music events during the period, including live performances by top artists at the Hibiya Music Festival 2024 and marching performances by brass bands. "HIBIYA MUSIC WEEKEND" is an event aimed at providing an opportunity to hone new sensibilities through exposure to various sounds and

[Ginza Tsutaya Bookstore] Rei Nakanishi’s solo exhibition “Season of the Surface” will be held from Saturday, May 18th. The exhibition reinterprets the works of Western painters and expresses them using his own unique techniques.

Ginza Tsutaya Bookstore (6th floor, GINZA SIX, Chuo-ku, Tokyo) will hold an exhibition of new works by Nakanishi Rei, "Season of the Surface," at GINZA ATRIUM from Saturday, May 18th to Wednesday, June 5th, 2024. Special feature page | https://store.tsite.jp/ginza/blog/art/39736-1549450401.html "flower of life no.137" 2024 ·overview Rei Nakanishi combines traditional painting techniques with printing to create complex layered works, blending digital and analog, and graphics and painting, to create unique works. In addition to the "flower of life" series, which Nakanishi has been painting since his debut, the exhibition will feature new paintings, including a series of reinterpretations of works by post-impressionist painters Van Gogh and Gauguin, which he first

April 15, 2024 marks 150 years since the first Impressionist exhibition in 1874. “150th Anniversary of the Birth of Impressionism: Reiji Hiramatsu Exhibition – Hear the Whispers of Hokusai and Monet” will be held in Ginza

Japanese painter Reiji Hiramatsu will present 20 of his latest works in Japan ahead of his upcoming exhibition in France. Gallery Sakuranoki Ginza 2024 will relocate and grand open from this exhibition. 2024 marks the 150th anniversary of the birth of Impressionism. Large-scale commemorative art events will be held around the world. In France, the home of Impressionism, Japanese painter Reiji Hiramatsu, who discovers the essence of Japanese beauty through the eyes of Impressionism, is planning his third solo exhibition, "Reiji Hiramatsu – Water Lily Symphony" (July 12th to November 3rd) at the Museum of Impressionism in Giverny. As a last-minute send-off party in Japan, Gallery Sakuranoki Co., Ltd. (Head

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