Events & News

2014

A collection inspired by a Japanese painting of "aogaki"

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The shadows of over lapping leaves, the depth of the green persimmon fruits peeking out from behind the leaves in a serene in a landscape looking down onto the persimmon tree from above. Such an art-like scene was recreated in translucent original lace and delicate embroiders.

FUJIFILM SQUARE / Face to Face with Nature - an Exhibition of the Photographic Works of Yukio Tabuchi

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April 1(Tue) - May 31(Sat)

The Photo History Museum at FUJIFILM SQUARE is pleased to announce a two-part exhibition of photographs in new prints by the renowned nature photographer Yukio Tabuchi.

Tokyo Midtown Design Hub 45th Exhibition: The design batons— future-minded artists sharing their dreams

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April 4(Fri) - May 11(Sun)

The creators at the forefront of various design fields will invite another creator whose work inspires them in terms of future. Each pair of curator and guest will present their views on “future” and “design” in the exhibition, and through dialogues in a series of talk sessions, pass the design batons for future.

Suntory Museum of Art / The Scientific Eye and Visual Wonders in Edo

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March 29(Sat) - May 11(Sun)

During the latter half of the Edo period, microscopes, telescopes, and other optical devices imported from abroad overturned the conventional thinking about vision in Japan. Interest in images reflected in mirrors and shadow pictures soared, and artists created many works that focused on those intriguing visual effects. Knowledge of Western-style linear perspective and of bird’s-eye view images set off their own revolution in Edo painting. This exhibition introduces the new visual culture that flourished in eighteenth and nineteenth century Japan through the work of Katsushika Hokusai, Utagawa Hiroshige, Shiba Kōkan, and other artists.

21_21 DESIGN SIGHT Exhibition "KOME : The Art of Rice"

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February 28(Fri) - June 15(Sun)

In this exhibition, we take a fresh look at rice not only as food but also as Japanese culture, graphic designer Taku Satoh and cultural anthropologist Shinichi Takemura acting as exhibition directors.

FUJIFILM SQUARE / FUJIFILM PHOTO MUSEUM

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A collection of rare antique cameras along with FUJIFILM's previous models are displayed. Special exhibitions featuring the history and culture of photography are also held regularly. This is a rare place where visitors can learn about the evolution of photography and the camera. Have a look at the changing culture of photography.

FUJIFILM SQUARE / Face to Face with Nature - an Exhibition of the Photographic Works of Yukio Tabuchi

MORE INFORMATION

April 1(Tue) - May 31(Sat)

The Photo History Museum at FUJIFILM SQUARE is pleased to announce a two-part exhibition of photographs in new prints by the renowned nature photographer Yukio Tabuchi.

Tokyo Midtown Design Hub 45th Exhibition: The design batons— future-minded artists sharing their dreams

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April 4(Fri) - May 11(Sun)

The creators at the forefront of various design fields will invite another creator whose work inspires them in terms of future. Each pair of curator and guest will present their views on “future” and “design” in the exhibition, and through dialogues in a series of talk sessions, pass the design batons for future.

Suntory Museum of Art / The Scientific Eye and Visual Wonders in Edo

MORE INFORMATION

March 29(Sat) - May 11(Sun)

During the latter half of the Edo period, microscopes, telescopes, and other optical devices imported from abroad overturned the conventional thinking about vision in Japan. Interest in images reflected in mirrors and shadow pictures soared, and artists created many works that focused on those intriguing visual effects. Knowledge of Western-style linear perspective and of bird’s-eye view images set off their own revolution in Edo painting. This exhibition introduces the new visual culture that flourished in eighteenth and nineteenth century Japan through the work of Katsushika Hokusai, Utagawa Hiroshige, Shiba Kōkan, and other artists.

21_21 DESIGN SIGHT Exhibition "KOME : The Art of Rice"

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February 28(Fri) - June 15(Sun)

In this exhibition, we take a fresh look at rice not only as food but also as Japanese culture, graphic designer Taku Satoh and cultural anthropologist Shinichi Takemura acting as exhibition directors.

FUJIFILM SQUARE / FUJIFILM PHOTO MUSEUM

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A collection of rare antique cameras along with FUJIFILM's previous models are displayed. Special exhibitions featuring the history and culture of photography are also held regularly. This is a rare place where visitors can learn about the evolution of photography and the camera. Have a look at the changing culture of photography.

A collection inspired by a Japanese painting of "aogaki"

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The shadows of over lapping leaves, the depth of the green persimmon fruits peeking out from behind the leaves in a serene in a landscape looking down onto the persimmon tree from above. Such an art-like scene was recreated in translucent original lace and delicate embroiders.

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