Events & News

2015

Tokyo Midtown Design Hub 53rd Exhibition: JAGDA Student Grand Prix 2015

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August 28(Fri) - September 13(Sun)

Japan Graphic Designers Association conducted the JAGDA Student Grand Prix 2015, a poster design competition for students held after an interval of 10 years. The students were encouraged to interpret the theme “Japan,” as the country attracts wider attention by having welcomed over 13 million tourists from overseas and hosting the Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games in 2020. JAGDA’s member designers, active in the front lines in the indursry, undertook the selection and their criteria were originality, creativity, spirit of innovation, taking techniques of expression for granted. The exhibition showcases 117 selected and awarded posters. Come and discover new talents who will lead the future of graphic design.

FUJIFILM SQUARE Photo History Museum / Pioneer of Photojournalism A Photo Exhibition by Margaret Bourke-White

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August 1(Sat) - November 2(Mon)

We are holding an exhibition of works by the renowned photojournalist Margaret Bourke-White, who through her contributions to Life magazine and various other publications.

Suntory Museum of Art / Treasures of the Fujita Museum: The Japanese Conception of Beauty

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August 5(Wed) - September 27(Sun)

Fujita Denzaburo, a Meiji-period entrepreneur, fearing that Buddhist works of art would be lost because of the anti-Buddhism movement in early Meiji, worked hard to preserve paintings, calligraphy, Buddhist images, and other works of art. A master of the tea ceremony, he had a discerning eye for tea objects and built an extraordinary collection of superb tea wares. The Fujita Museum opened in Osaka in 1954 to display the collection that Denzaburo and his sons built. This exhibition brings to Tokyo treasures from the Fujita Museum, which has one of the finest collections of East Asian art in Japan.

21_21 DESIGN SIGHT Exhibition “Motion Science”

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June 19(Fri) - September 27(Sun)

Motion design is a form of art that has brought "movement" to expressions. The techniques enable dynamic depictions in products, graphics and video images, creating even richer expressions that appeal to our sensibilities. Seeing one's idea take shape and begin moving--the genuine joy of witnessing such moments may be said to represent the enjoyment of creating itself. "Motion Science" Exhibition will showcase the works of such world-renowned media artists for the first time in Japan, and will also introduce a wide variety of "moving" works created by up-and-coming creators. We will also invite visitors to join us in scientific analyses of various movement mechanisms, introducing projects being carried out with corporations and universities.

Tokyo Midtown Clinic and Tokyo Midtown Skin/Aesthetic Clinic Noage have been accredited by Joint Commission International

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Tokyo Midtown Clinic and Tokyo Midtown Skin/Aesthetic Clinic Noage have been accredited by Joint Commission International (Ambulatory Care Program).

Tokyo Midtown Design Hub 53rd Exhibition: JAGDA Student Grand Prix 2015

MORE INFORMATION

August 28(Fri) - September 13(Sun)

Japan Graphic Designers Association conducted the JAGDA Student Grand Prix 2015, a poster design competition for students held after an interval of 10 years. The students were encouraged to interpret the theme “Japan,” as the country attracts wider attention by having welcomed over 13 million tourists from overseas and hosting the Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games in 2020. JAGDA’s member designers, active in the front lines in the indursry, undertook the selection and their criteria were originality, creativity, spirit of innovation, taking techniques of expression for granted. The exhibition showcases 117 selected and awarded posters. Come and discover new talents who will lead the future of graphic design.

FUJIFILM SQUARE Photo History Museum / Pioneer of Photojournalism A Photo Exhibition by Margaret Bourke-White

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August 1(Sat) - November 2(Mon)

We are holding an exhibition of works by the renowned photojournalist Margaret Bourke-White, who through her contributions to Life magazine and various other publications.

Suntory Museum of Art / Treasures of the Fujita Museum: The Japanese Conception of Beauty

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August 5(Wed) - September 27(Sun)

Fujita Denzaburo, a Meiji-period entrepreneur, fearing that Buddhist works of art would be lost because of the anti-Buddhism movement in early Meiji, worked hard to preserve paintings, calligraphy, Buddhist images, and other works of art. A master of the tea ceremony, he had a discerning eye for tea objects and built an extraordinary collection of superb tea wares. The Fujita Museum opened in Osaka in 1954 to display the collection that Denzaburo and his sons built. This exhibition brings to Tokyo treasures from the Fujita Museum, which has one of the finest collections of East Asian art in Japan.

21_21 DESIGN SIGHT Exhibition “Motion Science”

MORE INFORMATION

June 19(Fri) - September 27(Sun)

Motion design is a form of art that has brought "movement" to expressions. The techniques enable dynamic depictions in products, graphics and video images, creating even richer expressions that appeal to our sensibilities. Seeing one's idea take shape and begin moving--the genuine joy of witnessing such moments may be said to represent the enjoyment of creating itself. "Motion Science" Exhibition will showcase the works of such world-renowned media artists for the first time in Japan, and will also introduce a wide variety of "moving" works created by up-and-coming creators. We will also invite visitors to join us in scientific analyses of various movement mechanisms, introducing projects being carried out with corporations and universities.

Tokyo Midtown Clinic and Tokyo Midtown Skin/Aesthetic Clinic Noage have been accredited by Joint Commission International

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Tokyo Midtown Clinic and Tokyo Midtown Skin/Aesthetic Clinic Noage have been accredited by Joint Commission International (Ambulatory Care Program).

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