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Japan in Architecture: Genealogy of Its Transformation

Download Service Period : 11/10/2017~9/17/2018

  • 2011
    Kanazawa, Japan
    Photo: Kitajima Toshiharu

  • 1988
    Hokkaido, Japan
    Photo courtesy: Hoshino Resorts Tomamu

  • 2015
    Milan, Italy
    Photo: Ohno Shigeru

  • Azuchi-Momoyama period (16th century) / 2018 (Replicated real-size)
    Replica production: Institute of Technologists
    * Referential image

  • 2018
    Installation
    * Referential image

  • 2010
    Kochi Prefecture, Japan
    Photo: Ota Takumi

  • 1973
    Osaka
    Photo courtesy: Takenaka Corporation

  • 1959
    Kagawa, Japan
    Photo: Ichikawa Yasushi
    Photo courtesy: Kagawa Prefecture

  • Heisei edition
    Large Nishiki-e (wood engraving print)
    Collection: Shimizu Corporation, Tokyo

  • 1923
    Tokyo
    Photo courtesy: Imperial Hotel, Ltd.

  • 2013
    Nagoya, Japan
    Photo: Nishikawa Masao

  • 2017
    Kanagawa, Japan
    © Odawara Art Foundation

Catastrophe and the Power of Art

Download Service Period : 4/18/2018~1/20/2019

  • 2016
    Mixed media installation
    Dimensions variable
    Installation view: “Yoko Ono: Installations and Performances,” Macedonian Museum of Contemporary Art, Thessaloniki, Greece, 2016

  • 2011
    HD video installation
    11 min. 11 sec.
    Collection: Mori Art Museum, Tokyo

  • 2012
    Gelatin silver print
    50.8 x 60 cm
    Collection: the amana collection, Tokyo

  • 1995
    Gelatin silver print
    51 x 61 cm
    Collection: Mori Art Museum, Tokyo

  • 1992-93
    C-print on aluminum
    44.5 x 29.7 cm
    Courtesy: Maureen Paley, London

  • 1992-93
    C-print on aluminum
    44.5 x 29.7 cm
    Courtesy: Maureen Paley, London

  • 2013-16
    Pen, acrylic ink, transparent watercolor on paper, mounted on board
    300 x 400 cm
    Collection: Saga Prefectural Art Museum
    Digital archive: TOPPAN PRINTING CO., LTD.
    Courtesy: Mizuma Art Gallery, Tokyo / Singapore
    * Will be exhibited after end-November 2018

  • 2014
    Mixed media installation
    Dimension variable
    Collection of the artist
    Installation view: “Swoon: Submerged Motherlands,” Brooklyn Museum, 2014
    Photo: Tod Seelie
    * Referential image

  • 2011
    Documentation photograph of the project
    Photo: Miyajima Kei
    Courtesy: MUJIN-TO Production

  • 2017
    Waterproof LED, electric wire, integrated circuit, water
    910 x 1,270 cm
    Collection of the artist
    Installation view: “Reborn-Art Festival,” Miyagi, Japan, 2017

FY2018 Exhibition Schedule

Download Service Period : 7/31/2017~5/26/2019

  • Tange Associates
    1959
    Kagawa, Japan
    Photo: Ichikawa Yasushi
    Photo courtesy: Kagawa Prefecture

  • Yoshio Taniguchi and Associates
    2011
    Kanazawa, Japan
    Photo: Kitajima Toshiharu

  • Kitagawara Atsushi + Atsushi Kitagawara Architects + Ishimoto Architectural & Engineering Firm, Inc.
    2015
    Milan, Italy
    Photo: Ohno Shigeru

  • Sugimoto Hiroshi
    2017
    Kanagawa, Japan
    © Odawara Art Foundation

  • 2011
    Documentation photograph of the project
    Photo: Miyajima Kei
    Courtesy: MUJIN-TO Production

  • 2014
    Mixed media installation,
    Installation view: “Swoon: Submerged Motherlands,” Brooklyn Museum, 2014
    Photo: Tod Seelie

  • Photo: Kioku Keizo
    Photo Courtesy: Mori Art Museum, Tokyo

  • Photo: Nagare Satoshi
    Photo courtesy: Mori Art Museum, Tokyo

MAM Collection 007: Invisible Cities

Download Service Period : 3/10/2018~9/17/2018

  • 2010
    Acrylic, fabric and glue on canvas
    229 x 396 cm

  • Floor Plan Detail of Bathing Area 1:100
    c. 1966
    Pencil on tracing paper
    55 × 80 cm

  • Sectional Detail of Bathing Area 1:100
    c. 1966
    Pencil on tracing paper
    55 × 80 cm

MAM Screen 008: Kondoh Akino

Download Service Period : 3/10/2018~9/17/2018

  • 2001-02
    Animation
    3 min. 56 sec.
    Music: Chiku Toshiaki
    Courtesy: Mizuma Art Gallery

MAM Project 025: Apichatpong Weerasethakul + Hisakado Tsuyoshi

Download Service Period : 3/10/2018~9/17/2018

  • Research photographs from Colombia, 2017
    Courtesy: Kick the Machine Films

  • Research photographs from Colombia, 2017
    Courtesy: Kick the Machine Films

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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