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Haji Oh: Memories in Weaving

Haji Oh: Memories in Weaving

Haji Oh works with textiles and fiber arts, focusing on weaving, dyeing, tying and stitching techniques to create installations. Primarily following the concept of "unravelling memories and re-weaving them," her pieces explore untold histories and stories of women and other individuals who have had ...

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Travelers Through a Hundred Ages

Travelers Through a Hundred Ages

"Preface for a Spring Evening Banquet with Cousins in a Peach Blossom Garden," a text by poet Li Bai (701-62) was the inspiration behind "Travelers Through a Hundred Ages," an exhibition that aims to connect the past, present and future by looking into relationships ...

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Raoul Dufy: Paintings and Textile Designs

Raoul Dufy: Paintings and Textile Designs

Widely known as "the magician of colors," the Fauvist painter Raoul Dufy (1877-1953) favored vibrant tones and delicate brushwork to depict leisure activities, spectacles and events. A multitalented artist, he was also printmaker, book illustrator, draftsman and textile and furniture designer. This exhibition traces Dufy's ...

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Izumi Kato: Like a Rolling Snowball

Izumi Kato: Like a Rolling Snowball

Izumi Kato began his career as a painter during the 1990s and later focused on wooden sculptures from the 2000s. Now based in Tokyo and Hong Kong, he is internationally recognized for his series of unusual humanoid figures that, in style and color, bear some ...

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Aki Inomata: Significant Otherness

Aki Inomata: Significant Otherness

Japanese inter-media artist Aki Inomata has won international acclaim for her "inter-species" works that incorporate living creatures into social commentary art. This solo exhibition includes Inomata's most recent work and takes its title from American science historian Donna Haraway's "The Companion Species," a manifesto on ...

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Umeda Tetsuya: On the Origin of Voices

Umeda Tetsuya: On the Origin of Voices

Tetsuya Umeda is an internationally acclaimed Japanese contemporary artist, largely known for his live interactive installation and performance works that incorporate daily objects, waste and human-generated “phenomena” such as sound and movement. He also produces site-specific works in rural and urban spaces, creating dynamic environments ...

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Takumi Shinagawa Exhibition: Combination Form

Takumi Shinagawa Exhibition: Combination Form

A graduate of a crafts and design high school in Tokyo in 1928, Takumi Shinagawa (1908-2009) first continued his studies under a Japanese goldsmith. In 1935, he began to learn printmaking from Koshiro Onchi (1891-1955), later experimenting in techniques, including photograms and mirror printing. A ...

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Hodaka Yoshida: Walls of Wonder

Hodaka Yoshida: Walls of Wonder

Hodaka Yoshida (1926-95) grew up under the influence of a creative family. His father was a Western-style painter and printmaker, and his mother and older brother were also artists. After World War II, he began producing tanka poems and oil paintings, before shifting his ...

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Kenjiro Okazaki: Retrospective Strata

Kenjiro Okazaki: Retrospective Strata

Since his first solo exhibition in 1981, Kenjiro Okazaki has pursued various genres, including sculpture, painting, film, media arts, architecture, textiles, scenography, picture books and even drawing using robotic art. As a follow-up to his 2017 show, "Abstract Art as Impact" at the Toyota Municipal ...

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