Philippe Parreno at Watari-Um, Tokyo

Press release: A key artist of his generation, Philippe Parreno has radically redefined the exhibition experience by taking it as a medium, placing its construction at the heart of his process. Working in a diverse range of media including film, sculpture, drawing, and text, Parreno conceives his exhibitions as a scripted space where a series

Yuki Kimura at Taka Ishii, Tokyo

Press release: Taka Ishii Gallery is pleased to present “Reception,” an exhibition of works by Yuki Kimura. Marking the artist’s eighth solo presentation with the gallery since her first showing in 1995, the exhibition features a new installation comprised of five three-dimensional works. The Taka Ishii Gallery Roppongi space with its built-in counter table made

Mario García Torres at Taka Ishii, Tokyo

Press release: Taka Ishii Gallery is pleased to present Mexico City-based artist Mario García Torres’ “Falling Together In Time”, an exhibition about coincidences, memories, endings, repetitions and liminal moments. In his fourth solo exhibition with the gallery, the show will be comprised of a sound installation, paintings, a video and some found documents. Los Angeles,

Chim↑Pom at ANOMALY, Tokyo

Press release: ANOMALY is delighted to present a solo exhibition “Grand Open” – Marvelous Liberation –, featuring artworks by the artist collective Chim↑Pom from November 22, 2018 to January 26, 2019. As the title suggests, “Grand Open” is an inaugural exhibition to celebrate ANOMALY’s grand opening. Chim↑Pom was formed in Tokyo in 2005 by the

Ittah Yoda at Sprout Curation, Tokyo

Press release: There is apparently a neologism known as “Yesternow” that is used as an intermediate between “Yesterday” and “Now.” The music magazine ele-king vol.22 through which I became acquainted with this term, while referencing Jacques Derrida’s Specters of Marx, had stated, “Presence is not merely made by the present, but instead indicates how the

Lee Kit at Hara Museum, Tokyo

Press release: This autumn, the Hara Museum of Contemporary Art will present Lee Kit ‘We used to be more sensitive.,’ the first exhibition to be held at a Japanese museum by the Hong Kong-born and Taipei-based artist. Born in 1978, Lee Kit creates works that constantly explore the expressive potential of painting. These include a

Keiichi Tanaami at Nanzuka, Tokyo

Press release: NANZUKA is pleased to announce “Passage in the Air (1975-1993),” a retrospective exhibition with Keiichi Tanaami that focuses on a collection of the artist’s works produced between the late 1970s and the early 1990s. Keiichi Tanaami was born in Tokyo in 1936 and graduated from Musashino Art University. He has been active in