EXPLORE ONE OF
MOST DYNAMIC ART SCENES
Explore the Tokyo art scene through exhibitions at 50 of the city’s leading museums, galleries, and art spaces.
SCAI THE BATHHOUSE
TEIEN ART MUSEUM
YUMIKO CHIBA ASSOCIATES
TOKYO OPERA CITY ART GALLERY
TAKA ISHII GALLERY
KAIKAI KIKI GALLERY
MIZUMA ART GALLERY
MISAKO & ROSEN
KANA KAWANISHI GALLERY
GINZA MAISON HERMÈS
NATIONAL MUSEUM OF MODERN ART, TOKYO
MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART TOKYO
TOKYO GALLERY + BTAP
TOMIO KOYAMA GALLERY
MISA SHIN GALLERY
BLUM & POE
MORI ART MUSEUM
TOKYO PHOTOGRAPHIC ART MUSEUM
NCA | NICHIDO CONTEMPORARY ART
MAHO KUBOTA GALLERY
OTA FINE ARTS
NATIONAL ART CENTER, TOKYO
YUTAKA KIKUTAKE GALLERY
Worlds in Balance:
Art in Japan from the Postwar to the Present
Curated by Kenjiro Hosaka
The inaugural edition of Art Week Tokyo’s new curated sales platform takes over Japan’s first private art museum with works by 64 artists from different generations and contexts.
Woman Was the Sun
Curated by Chus Martínez
Chus Martínez’s pop-up video program presents works by 14 Japanese and international artists exploring themes of gender, nature, and transformation.
Experience art through all the senses at the AWT Bar, featuring new food creations and original artist cocktails in a space designed by an emerging architect.
Register for Art Week Tokyo’s kick-off symposium to hear leading curators discuss urgent topics in contemporary art, or check out an online talk to learn about overlooked currents in Japanese art history.
Exhibition Écriture: How Do Objects Speak?
West School Building Hall
Keio University Mita Campus
Thursday, November 2, 10am–12:30pm
Japanese and international curators
convene at the Ex-Noguchi Room at
Keio University for a closed-door session
Coming soon: a lecture on Japan’s
postwar photography; an artist talk
with Mao Ishikawa; and a conversation
on interwar radical art movements