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This “Downloadable Press Image Stock” System allows you to download the following images. Please tick the image(s) below. If you would like to have images other than ones shown here, please contact us here and make a separate inquiry.

Roppongi Crossing 2019: Connexions

Download Service Period : 9/20/2018~5/26/2019

  • 2017
    Wood, fluorescent paint
    400 x 540 cm
    Installation view: Open Call for Art Project Ideas 2017, Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art

  • 2018
    DLP projector, computer, speaker
    Dimensions variable
    * referential image

  • 2016/2019
    Mixed media installation
    Dimensions variable, 4 min. 30 sec. (video)
    Music: Keiichiro Shibuya
    Words: Keiichiro Shibuya, Hayashi Chiho
    Vocal: Hayashi Chiho

  • 2017
    Ceramic, wood, metal, ceramic tile
    95 x 421.3 x 302 cm
    Installation view: Cat Olympics: In Memory of Torajiro, Ota Fine Arts, Shanghai, 2017
    Courtesy: Ota Fine Arts, Tokyo
    Photo: Boyon Doron

  • 2017
    Oil on canvas
    162 x 130 cm
    Courtesy: TARO NASU, Tokyo

  • 2013
    Salvaged objects, furniture, plywood, acrylic paint, and others
    500 x 540 x 180 cm
    Collection: ARARIO MUSEUM, Korea
    Installation view: Aichi Triennale 2013
    Photo: Ito Tetsuo
    * referential image

  • 2019
    Mixed media installation
    Installation view: Roppongi Crossing 2019: Connexions, Mori Art Museum, Tokyo

  • 2018
    Cotton
    * referential image

  • 2016-

    [* Still image from:
    Justine Emard
    Soul Shift
    2018
    Video
    6 min.]

  • 2018
    C-print
    84.8 x 105.5 cm
    Courtesy: TARO NASU, Tokyo

MAM Collection 009: Ken + Julia Yonetani

Download Service Period : 12/13/2018~5/26/2019

  • 2012 
    Uranium glass, wire, UV light
    3 x 3 x 5.2 m
    Gift from Gene and Brian Sherman
    Installation view: What the Birds Knew: Ken + Julia Yonetani, 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art, Sydney, 2012
    Photo: Zan Wimberley

  • 2012 
    Uranium glass, wire, UV light
    3 x 3 x 5.2 m
    Gift from Gene and Brian Sherman
    Installation view: What the Birds Knew: Ken + Julia Yonetani, 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art, Sydney, 2012
    Photo: Zan Wimberley

MAM Screen 010: Mikhail Karikis

Download Service Period : 12/13/2018~5/26/2019

  • 2016
    Video

  • 2017
    Video

  • 2011-2012
    Video

MAM Project 026: Curtis Tamm

Download Service Period : 12/13/2018~5/26/2019

  • 2017
    Sound performance
    Installation view: ARCUS Project 2017 IBARAKI Artist-in-Residence Program, ARCUS Studio, Ibaraki
    Photo: Kato Hajime
    Photo courtesy: ARCUS Project Administration Committee, Ibaraki
    * referential image

Shiota Chiharu: The Soul Trembles

Download Service Period : 1/25/2019~10/27/2019

  • 2016
    Metal frame, red wool
    Installation view: Uncertain Journey, Blain | Southern, Berlin, 2016
    Photo: Christian Glaeser

  • 2016
    Metal frame, red wool
    Installation view: Uncertain Journey, Blain | Southern, Berlin, 2016
    Photo: Christian Glaeser

  • 2017
    White wool, wire, rope
    Installation view: Where Are We Going?, Le Bon Marché, Paris, 2017
    Photo: Gabriel de la Chapelle

  • 2008
    Burnt piano, burnt chair, black wool
    Installation view: State of Being, Art Centre Pasquart, Biel/Bienne, Switzerland, 2008
    Photo: Sunhi Mang

  • 2018
    White dress, mirror, metal frame
    Collection: Alcantara S.p.A.
    Installation view: Nine Journeys through Time, Palazzo Reale Milano, 2018
    Photo: Sunhi Mang

  • 2009
    Old wooden window, chair
    Installation view: Hoffmann Collection, Berlin, 2009
    Photo: Sunhi Mang

  • 2016
    Suitcase, motor, red rope
    Installation view: Art Unlimited, Art Basel, Switzerland, 2016
    Courtesy: Galerie Templon
    Photo: Atelier Chiharu Shiota

  • Berlin State Opera, 2011
    Photo: Bernd Uhlig

  • Shiota Chiharu (Artist)
    Photo: Sunhi Mang

FY2019 Exhibition Schedule

Download Service Period : 9/6/2018~3/29/2020

  • 2015
    Digital print

  • 2018

Facility Images

Download Service Period : 2/2/2016~2/1/2030

  • Photo courtesy: Mori Art Museum, Tokyo

  • Photo courtesy: Mori Art Museum, Tokyo

  • Photo courtesy: Mori Art Museum, Tokyo

  • Photo courtesy: Mori Art Museum, Tokyo



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