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TOKAS Hongo

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OPEN SITE 2018-2019

OPEN SITE 2018-2019

Date:
2018.11.24(Sat) –2019.02.11(Mon)
Closed:
Mondays (Except 12/24, 1/14, 2/11), 12/25 - 1/11, 1/15
Time:
11:00–19:00
Admission:
Exhibition, OPEN SITE dot: Free  Performance: Admission-paid
Venue:
Tokyo Arts and Space Hongo

OPEN SITE is a program aimed at creating a platform that brings together a full range of projects seeking to create new forms of expression across all genres, open to society. In this third year of the program, in addition to our past exhibition and performance projects, we have newly established OPEN SITE dot for small experimental projects. After rigorous review, nine projects have been selected, including exhibitions, performance works, theater works and more, from numerous applications from Japan and overseas. Moreover, a total of 11 projects will be implemented including the TOKAS Recommendation Program and educational programs.
 As the cross-genre and interdisciplinary nature of art continues to evolve, you can rely on us to host programs of ambitious self-expression, of free and powerful artistic will, without being constrained by existing genres.

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First Lingering Mist of Spring

First Lingering Mist of Spring

Date:
2019.02.23(Sat) –2019.03.24(Sun)
Closed:
2/25, 3/4・11・18
Time:
11:00–19:00
Admission:
Free
Cooperation:
imura art gallery, KAYOKOYUKI
Venue:
Tokyo Arts and Space Hongo
Artist:
SATO Masaharu NISHIMURA Yu YOSHIGAI Nao

Tokyo Arts and Space (TOKAS) has supported artists in a multi-career-stage and continuously supportive program through endeavors such as open call exhibitions, exhibitions of contemporary artists, and international fellowships. It has also conducted programs to introduce these artists' activities. In the Artists Contemporary TOKAS (ACT) series launched this year, exhibitions will be held to introduce artists who are worthy of attention now, centered on those that have taken part in TOKAS programs.
This first exhibition showcases three artists: Sato Masaharu, Nishimura Yu, and Yoshigai Nao. They use images and paintings to evoke scenery that has never been visible before--they reinterpret the world through physical, intuitive scenes of the changing seasons and landscapes.

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