Ryohei Usui : Special Exhibition “Settai Style – From Edo Chic to Tokyo Modern”
July 8 – August 29, 2021
Venue: Yamaguchi Prefectural Art Museum
Tsubasa Kato “Turf and Perimeter”
Date: July 17 – September 20, 2021
Venue: Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery
Tsubasa KATO : Group Exhibition “Scratching the Surface”
May 30 – November 7, 2021
Venue: Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart – Berlin
Yukihiro Taguchi “CAFAA 2020-2021” Finalists Exhibition
“CAFAA 2020-2021” solo exhibition by three finalists
Aki Inomata June 1 – June 14, 2021
Yukihiro Taguchi June 18 – July 1, 2021
Sumi Kanazawa July 10 – July 23, 2021
Venue: Contemporary Art Foundation
(4F Piramide building, 6-6-9, Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo)
Sachiko Kazama: Artist’s Talk for Tokyo Contemporary Art Award 2019-2021 Exhibition
Online Artist Talk by Sachiko Kazama for Tokyo Contemporary Art Award
Sunday, May 30, 2021
Motoyuki Shitamichi 13：00-14：00
Sachiko Kazama 14：30-15：30
※Online broadcasting only / Talk with English subtitle will be posted here
Watch the talk
Admission: Free (no reservation needed)
Chim↑Pom, Meiro KOIZUMI : Group Exhibition “New ways to grow: Artists envision a post-Covid world”
June 8 – 27, 2021
Venue: The University Art Museum, Tokyo University of the Arts
Artists: Natsumi Aoyagi, Yusuke Amemiya, Kosuke Ikeda, Mai Endo, Shun Owada, Meiro Koizumi, SIDE CORE, Saeborg, Kota Takeuchi, Chim↑Pom, Yuta Nakamura, Yusuke Nishimura, Ai Hasegawa, Rintaro Fuse, Yuko Mohri, Aya Momose, Anri Yanase
Osamu Matsuda : Group Exhibition “Where is a place for us?”
June 1 – 20, 2021
Venue: Chinretsukan Gallery 1F, 2F
(The University Art Museum, Tokyo University of the Arts)
Meiro KOIZUMI : Finalist Exhibition “Artes Mundi 9”
photo: Polly Thomas
Meiro KOIZUMI, Yu ARAKI : Online Exhibition “11 Stories on Distanced Relationships: Contemporary Art from Japan”
March 30 – May 5, 2021
Artists: ARAKI Yu, HAN Ishu, IIYAMA Yuki, KOIZUMI Meiro, MOHRI Yuko, NOGUCHI Rika, OKUMURA Yuki, SATO Masaharu, SAWA Hiraki, YANAI Shino, YOSHIDA Shinya
The exhibition introduces the work of 11 Japanese and Japan-based contemporary artists, centered on new pieces commissioned on the theme of “translating distance.”
Sachiko KAZAMA：Tokyo Contemporary Art Award 2019-2021 Exhibition “Magic Mountain”
March 20 – June 20, 2021
Venue: Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo
The Tokyo Metropolitan Government and Tokyo Arts and Space (TOKAS) established the Tokyo Contemporary Art Award (TCAA) in 2018 as a contemporary art prize to encourage mid-career artists to make new breakthroughs in their work by providing them with two years of continuous support.
An award exhibition will be held at the Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo featuring Kazama Sachiko and Shitamichi Motoyuki, the winners of the inaugural TCAA.
Kazuhiko HACHIYA Exhibition- “Shusui and M-02J” Talk Event
“War and Art – To Select, To Know, To Make”
– Guests : Erika KOBAYASHI, Kota Takeuchi
– Host : Kazuhiko HACHIYA
– Date : Saturday, 13 March, 2021. 17:00 – 19:00
– Venue : MUJIN-TO Production / Online
– Fee : ￥500 *Talk will be held as Zoom Webinar
– Buy ticked：click here: https://warandartworks.peatix.com/
Three artists who takes theme on 20th century and war on their creation gather at the venue and talk about the world war II and how it’s connected to today, one of the exhibition’s themes, relationship between Japan and USA as well as the view point of researching the past and reflecting it to the artworks.
SOUTH SOUTH VEZA / SOUTH SOUTH TOKYO
“SOUTH SOUTH VEZA”
Dates: Feb 24 – Mar 7, 2021
Presenting works by: Sachiko KAZAMA, Meiro KOIZUMI
“SOUTH SOUTH VEZA – Benefit Auction”
Date and time: Feb 23, 2021 13:00 (GMT)
MUJIN-TO Production is participating in the new platform “SOUTH SOUTH” focusing on Global South.
As the inauguration event of “SOUTH SOUTH”, “SOUTH SOUTH VEZA” will be held from February 23rd to March 7th.
“VEZA,” which means “display, create, or publish” in Zulu, one of South Africa’s official languages, offers a live-style sales event utilizing auction technology and online viewing room (OVR).
50 galleries from more than 40 cities in 30 countries will participate and introduce the art from Global South on the “SOUTH SOUTH” platform.
This is a proposal for a new experiment and platform in a situation where the Northern Hemisphere has been the center of politics, economy, and culture.
In addition to OVR, talks by prominent curators, film programs, and specially curated project featuring iconic works will be released.
In addition, along with the launch of “SOUTH SOUTH”, four participating galleries in Tokyo (Blum & Poe, Taka Ishii Gallery, Take Ninagawa, and MUJIN-TO Production) will have onsite exhibition “SOUTH SOUTH TOKYO”, shuffling the artists of each gallery in their respective spaces between February 26 to March 3.
* Please check the business hours of each gallery on each gallery’s website. MUJIN-TO Production is open 7 days a week during the exhibition (Monday-Friday: 13:00 – 19:00, Saturday and Sunday: 12:00 – 18:00).
We hope you enjoy the online as well as the onsite exhibition.