UPCOMING PROGRAM

"TOKUJIN YOSHIOKA Glass Project"

"TOKUJIN YOSHIOKA Glass Project"

November 2, 2017 (Thu) - November 13, 2017 (Mon)
Gallery 3

Tokujin Yoshioka is a globally renowned designer whose unique works have been highly acclaimed. His perspective is both poetic and thought provoking. He has been exploring the essence of creation while focusing on glass that must be perfect material to capture light. We hope you enjoy discovering his work on glass from his early masterpiece "Water Block" to his new watch creation "Glass Watch" .

Organizer: Seiko Watch Corporation
Inquiry: TOKUJIN YOSHIOKA INC. +81 (0)3-5428-0830 / info@tokujin.com
Website: www.tokujin-glass.jp

LOEWE "International Craft Prize"

LOEWE "International Craft Prize"

November 17, 2017 (Fri) - November 30, 2017 (Thu)
Gallery 3

In 2016, the Loewe Foundation launched the international annual LOEWE Craft Prize to showcase and celebrate newness, excellence and artistic merit in modern craftsmanship. Featuring the 26 nominees, this touring exhibition reflects the merits of modern craftsmanship. The imagination, diversity, and techniques on display all attest to the crucial role artisans have in the ongoing construction of cultural heritage.

Organizer: Loewe Foundation
Inquiry: LOEWE Customer Service +81 (0)3-6215-6116
Website: Loewe.com

"FIN/100"

"FIN/100"

December 6, 2017 (Wed) - December 25, 2017 (Mon)
Gallery 3

In 2017, Finland celebrates 100 years as an independent nation with continuous democracy. To commemorate the centenary, Artek, Iittala/ARABIA, Johanna Gullichsen, Kauniste Finland, LUMI, Lapuan Kankurit and Flora of Finland, these Finnish design brands join hands to hold a pop up project in Tokyo. Starting from the 6th of December, the Independence Day of Finland, FIN/100 will bring together the best Finnish design and showcase it in the full spectrum.
*Open every day

Organizer: Artek (Vitra Co., Ltd.)
Inquiry: Artek +81 (0)3-6868-7875 / info.jp@artek.fi
Website: www.fin100.jp

Theme: photography

Theme: photography

February 23, 2018 (Fri) - June 10, 2018 (Sun)
Gallery 1, Gallery 2

"In the two hundred years since the invention of photography, along with innovations in technology, photography has been forced to transform from inside and out, and major changes have occurred in its forms of expression, production techniques, and the relationship between the people who make and receive photographs. This exhibition examines cities and people with a fresh perspective, and makes a pluralistic world of expression that transcends the framework of conventional photographs resemble new stars, and attempts to communicate the pulse of future photography cities."

Exhibition Director: Toshiharu Ito

Theme: sound

Theme: sound

June 29, 2018 (Fri) - October 14, 2018 (Sun)
Gallery 1, Gallery 2

"A musical composition surely is a single structure meticulously designed from overall to the details. And I think it is difficult for us listeners to directly intuit the structure inherent to a musical composition, compared to various fields of design which entails visual quality. The theme of this exhibition is to structurally grasp music, which is an auditory experience along the time axis, from diverse perspectives."

Exhibition Director: Yugo Nakamura

Theme: folk crafts <em>(mingei)</em>

Theme: folk crafts (mingei)

November 2, 2018 (Fri) - February 24, 2019 (Sun)
Gallery 1, Gallery 2

"In 1925 Soetsu Yanagi, who focused on the beauty in everyday objects used by the common people, named folk arts and crafts made by anonymous craftsmen "mingei". Based on the activities of the Japan Folk Crafts Museum opened in Komaba, Tokyo in 1936 to serve as the headquarters of the mingei movement, the exhibition reveals the face of "mingei" leading to modern design, together with the ideas behind its foundation."

Exhibition Director: Naoto Fukasawa