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Exhibitions at Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo

Museum of Cont. Art TokyoJP

Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo
4-1-1 Miyoshi, Koto-ku
135-0022 Tokyo

+81-3-5245-4111


www.mot-art-museum.jp

Tue-Sun 10-18

Shigeko Kubota

Viva Video!

The Art and Life of Shigeko Kubota

– 23 Feb 2022

Museum of Cont. Art TokyoJP

Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo
4-1-1 Miyoshi, Koto-ku
135-0022 Tokyo

+81-3-5245-4111


www.mot-art-museum.jp

Tue-Sun 10-18

Francis Alÿs

Part II GIBRALTAR FOCUS

Part II GIBRALTAR FOCUS

– 8 Sep 2013
Francis Alÿs (born 1959) charges into a tornado kicking up swirls of dust with a hand-held camera. He pushes a huge block of ice around the streets of Mexico City from morning till night until it melts. Though seemingly reckless and absurd, Alÿs presents each of these actions as an allegory of the society in which we live, and in doing so elucidates facets of reality that cannot be overlooked.

Alÿs wanders around the city to uncover issues that inhere in our daily lives. Currentl… more

Museum of Cont. Art TokyoJP

Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo

135-0022 Tôkyô

+81-3-5245-4111


www.mot-art-museum.jp

Tue-Sun 10-18

Rebecca Horn

Rebellion in Silence

Rebellion in Silence

Dialogue between Raven and Whale

– 14 Feb 2010
Rebecca Horn - Rebellion in Silence
Dialogue between Raven and Whale

The Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo is pleased to announce a solo exhibition this fall of the work of Rebecca Horn, a major representative of the contemporary German art world. This will be the first large-scale exhibition of her work in Japan.

Horn has been known for her performance works involving the wearing of feathers, horns, and mirrors. Since her participation in the 1972 Documenta show in her 20s, she has energetica… more

Museum of Cont. Art TokyoJP

Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo

135-0022 Tôkyô

+81-3-5245-4111


www.mot-art-museum.jp

Tue-Sun 10-18

Positioning - In the New Reality of Europe

Positioning - In the New Reality of Europe

Art from Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary

– 26 Mar 2006
The aim of this exhibition is to introduce contemporary art from Central and Eastern Europe, an area that is undergoing a tumultuous period of change as it moves from the twentieth into the twenty-first century. This region’s contemporary art has been exhibited before, but this is the first attempt to have an exhibition in Japan focused on work from the 1990s to the present day. It is particularly special on this occasion because works from artists in Hungary, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, and… more