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Exhibitions at Mori Art Museum

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Leandro Erlich

Seeing and Believing

Seeing and Believing

The Largest Solo Exhibition of Leandro Erlich's to Date!

18 Nov 2017 – 1 Apr 2018
An Argentinian contemporary artist of global repute, Leandro Erlich is perhaps best known in Japan as the creator of The Swimming Pool, a permanent installation at the 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa.From massive installations to videos, Erlich's works employ optical illusions and sound effects to shake up our notions of common sense. Though what the audience sees may at first glance seem familiar, on closer inspection it proves to be a surprising, unsettling deviation fro… more

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Laboratory for Chinese Contemporary Photography

Laboratory for Chinese Contemporary Photography

Three Shadows Photography Art Centre

5 Jul – 23 Oct 2017
Sino-Japanese photographer duo RongRong & inri launched their Beijing-based joint practice in 2000, and since then have continued to take photographs grounded in everyday life, focusing on subjects such as their growing family, the changing Chinese landscape, and destruction of the environment.

In 2007 RongRong & inri used their own funds to establish the “Three Shadows Photography Art Centre,” a complex dedicated for photography on a large site in Beijing’s Caochangd… more

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SUNSHOWER: Contemporary Art from Southeast Asia 1980s to Now

SUNSHOWER: Contemporary Art from Southeast Asia 1980s to Now

Commemorating the 50th Anniversary of ASEAN

5 Jul – 23 Oct 2017
With its total population counting around 600 million, multi-ethnic, multi-lingual, multi-faith Southeast Asia has nurtured a truly dynamic and diverse culture. Contemporary art from the emerging economic powerhouse of Southeast Asia is currently earning widespread international attention. The “sunshower” – rain falling from clear skies – is an intriguing yet frequently-seen meteorological phenomenon in Southeast Asia, and serves as a metaphor for the vicissitudes of the … more

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MAM Collection 004: Imagining the Unknown Stories

MAM Collection 004: Imagining the Unknown Stories

4 Feb – 11 Jun 2017
“MAM Collection 004” will present works by three artists: Yoneda Tomoko, Shilpa Gupta, and Yee I-Lann. For all works on exhibit here, the artists researched legends and historical events they had not actually experienced in person, using their own imaginations to recreate these events and render them as artwork.
Yoneda Tomoko’s photograph series “Between Visible and Invisible” takes as its theme the historical relationship between that which can, and can… more

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Yoshinori Niwa

MAM Screen 005: Selected Video Works

MAM Screen 005: Selected Video Works

4 Feb – 11 Jun 2017
“MAM Screen 005” will showcase the works on video of artist Niwa Yoshinori (b. 1982). Setting his work in the streets and other public spaces of various countries, and locations with political connections, Niwa stages social and historical interventions by engaging in what at first glance appear to be meaningless and absurd acts and schemes, and presents on video a portion of these happenings in their entirety, including the unexpected outcomes resulting from the negotiation, its fai… more

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The Universe and Art

Princess Kaguya, Leonardo da Vinci, teamLab

30 Jul 2016 – 9 Jan 2017
Our universe is of perennial interest, appearing in art all around the world as an object of worship and study over the centuries, and spawning countless stories. “The Universe and Art,” in just one exhibition, will offer a diverse selection of around 200 items from across the globe and down the centuries, in multiple genres, from meteorites and fossils to historic astronomical material by Da Vinci and Galileo; mandalas; Taketori Monogatari (The Tale of the Bamboo Cutter) which we ma… more

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Watching the Earth from the Universe

Watching the Earth from the Universe

MAM Screen 004

30 Jul 2016 – 9 Jan 2017
“MAM Screen 004” will be held as a screening program of single-channel video works in conjunction with “The Universe and Art: Princess Kaguya, Leonardo da Vinci, teamLab.” This exhibition aims to help us get an overview of the modern human society through the universe and reexamine the Earth from more of a “cosmic” viewpoint, which could be the key to understanding the geopolitics, gender issues, as well as the meaning of the word “planet” and &ldq… more

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Roppongi Crossing 2016: My Body, Your Voice

Roppongi Crossing 2016: My Body, Your Voice

26 Mar – 10 Jul 2016
Emergence of Alternative Histories, Alternative Images on Physical Body and Gender, and Alternative Landscapes

Mori Art Museum is pleased to present “Roppongi Crossing 2016: My Body, Your Voice” from Saturday, March 26 to Sunday, July 10, 2016.

Staged by the Mori Art Museum triennially since 2004, “Roppongi Crossing” is a series designed to offer a comprehensive survey of the Japanese contemporary art scene. For the 5th edition, through the different methods of art prod… more

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Dinh Q. Lê

Dinh Q. Le

Dinh Q. Le

25 Jul – 12 Oct 2015
Born in 1968 in Hà Tiên, a Vietnamese town near the Cambodian border, Dinh Q. Lê immigrated with his family to the U.S. at the age of ten to escape the Khmer Rouge. After studying photography and media art, Lê attracted attention with his tapestries made by weaving together strips of photographs, a process inspired by traditional Vietnamese grass mat weaving. Woven into this series of works are images chosen from among a variety of motifs including the Vietnam War, Cambo… more

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Go-Betweens: The World Seen through Children

Go-Betweens: The World Seen through Children

31 May – 31 Aug 2014
Different Cultures, the Real World and the Imaginary, Adulthood and Childhood...
"The Power to Live" that Emanates from Children Who Move to and fro across
All Sorts of Borders

Photographer Jacob A. Riis, who documented the lives of poor immigrants in New York during the late 19th century, dubbed immigrant children who performed various tasks in acting as bridges for parents with a poor grasp of English, "go-betweens."

This exhibition focuses on the childhood characteristic… more

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Melvin Moti

MAM Project 21

31 May – 31 Aug 2014
Different Cultures, the Real World and the Imaginary, Adulthood and Childhood...
"The Power to Live" that Emanates from Children Who Move to and fro across
All Sorts of Borders

Photographer Jacob A. Riis, who documented the lives of poor immigrants in New York during the late 19th century, dubbed immigrant children who performed various tasks in acting as bridges for parents with a poor grasp of English, "go-betweens."

This exhibition focuses on the childhood characteristic… more

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All You Need Is LOVE: From Chagall to Kusama and Hatsune Miku

All You Need Is LOVE: From Chagall to Kusama and Hatsune Miku

Mori Art Museum 10th Anniversary Exhibition

26 Apr – 1 Sep 2013
To commemorate the 10th anniversary of Roppongi Hills and Mori Art Museum, the Mori Art Museum is pleased to present “All You Need Is LOVE: From Chagall to Kusama and Hatsune Miku” from Friday, April 26 to Sunday, September 1, 2013.

In 2003, the Mori Art Museum celebrated its inauguration with “HAPPINESS: A Survival Guide for Art and Life,” an exhibition that dealt with that most universal of themes and an emotion important to all of us: “happiness.” In a sim… more

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Yamashiro Chikako

MAM Project 018

MAM Project 018

17 Nov 2012 – 31 Mar 2013
Yamashiro Chikako (b. 1976 in Okinawa) uses a variety of media including video and photography to produce works on the theme of her native Okinawa.In her first video I Like Okinawa Sweet (from OKINAWA TOURIST) (2004), by devouring a famous brand of Okinawan ice cream in front of the US military base, the artist portrays an Okinawa that continues to be “licked,” while in her representative work Seaweed Woman (2008), by giving herself up to the flow of water and weed in the sea off Hen… more

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Arab Express: The Latest Art from the Arab World

Arab Express: The Latest Art from the Arab World

16 Jun – 28 Oct 2012
Arab Express: The Latest Art from the Arab WorldDates: 16 June - 28 October, 2012Contemporary art from the Arab world is currently attracting attention across the globe. Numerous exhibitions have been held over the past decade in art museums in Europe and the United States.There are also clear indications that the art industry within the Arab world itself is maturing, with a new museum dedicated to local modern and contemporary art opening in Doha (Qatar) and satellite branches of the Louvre and… more

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HO Tzu Nyen

Solo Exhibition

4 Feb – 27 May 2012
Based in Singapore, Ho Tzu Nyen presents his works throughout the world—in Hong Kong, London, Paris, Berlin, Sydney, and more—and he has gained prominence at numerous international Biennale and international film festivals. Ho participated in the 2011 Venice Biennale as a representative of Singapore, exhibiting his new work The Cloud of Unknowing (2011 - 2012), which was the talk of the town. Ho reveals the imaginary that lies dormant as shared memory in historical fact and reality. … more

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Tsang Kin-Wah

Solo Exhibition

17 Sep 2011 – 15 Jan 2012
Based in Hong Kong, Tsang Kin-Wah shows his work in Beijing, Paris, New York, and throughout the world, and he is frequently in the limelight at international biennales.

Tsang incorporates text and letters to create singular works. Some of his works look as if they are wallpaper pattern designs featuring beautiful flowers and leaves, but upon taking a closer look, the viewer will see that the designs consist of a series of English alphabet and Chinese characters that hold provocative meanings.
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French Window

French Window

Looking at Contemporary Art through the Marcel Duchamp Prize

18 Mar – 3 Jul 2011
For ten years, an elite association of contemporary art collectors known as ADIAF has hosted what has become one of France’s most prestigious art awards, the Marcel Duchamp Prize. To celebrate the award’s first decade, this exhibition presents the work of 28 artists, including all of the winners of the Grand Prix, selected finalists and also Duchamp himself.The exhibition’s title refers to Duchamp’s well known work Fresh Widow, which depicts a French window, and a similar… more

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Motohiko Odani

Phantom Limb

Phantom Limb

27 Nov 2010 – 27 Feb 2011
ODANI MOTOHIKO: PHANTOM LIMBWith a body of dynamic work using media as diverse as sculpture, photography and video, Odani Motohiko (born 1972) is one of Japan's most acclaimed artists – both at home and abroad. The artist's work tends to arise out of his interest in the sensations of fear, pain and unease, and his way of giving physical and sculptural expression to abstract sensations and psychological conditions is unique and often confronting.

At the same time, Odani possesses his own criti… more

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Katerina Sedá

MAM Project 013

MAM Project 013

27 Nov 2010 – 27 Feb 2011
Czech artist Katerina Seda (born 1977) is interested in small things in daily life that appear either problematic or obvious. She runs projects in which she proposes games involving members of her family or people from small villages. These humorous projects often serve to encourage communication between people and they can also result in real solutions to problems. Seda has rapidly gained a reputation in Europe and the United States and this will be the first time she exhibits work in Japan.more

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Sensing Nature: Yoshioka Tokujin, Shinoda Taro, Kuribayashi Takashi

Sensing Nature: Yoshioka Tokujin, Shinoda Taro, Kuribayashi Takashi

Rethinking the Japanese perception of nature

24 Jul – 7 Nov 2010
Sensing Nature: Yoshioka Tokujin, Shinoda Taro, Kuribayashi Takashi
Rethinking the Japanese perception of nature


The Mori Art Museum presents "Sensing Nature: Yoshioka Tokujin, Shinoda Taro, Kuribayashi Takashi" from Saturday, 20 March to Sunday, 4 July, 2010. Proposing a reconsideration of the Japanese sense of nature, the exhibition fits into the Mori Art Museum's theme for 2010, which is "redefining Japan."

Japanese culture and art has always been in a close relationship with nature. In Ja… more

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TROMARAMA

MAM PROJECT 012

MAM PROJECT 012

24 Jul – 7 Nov 2010
Tromarama, an artist trio primarily active in Bandung, Indonesia, has so far created unique installations as well as animation video works using stop-motion video-editing technique, while the materials they use vary from over 400 pieces of woodblocks for woodprint to huge quantities of buttons and beads. The "cool" music video clips created out of low-tech yet painstaking hand work suggest entirely new possibilities for art. Featuring a newly commissioned video installation, this exhibition show… more

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Roppongi Crossing 2010: Can there be Art?

Roppongi Crossing 2010: Can there be Art?

The Creative Potential of a New Japan

20 Mar – 4 Jul 2010
Roppongi Crossing 2010: Can There Be Art?
The Creative Potential of a New Japan


The Mori Art Museum presents "Roppongi Crossing 2010: Can There Be Art?" from Saturday, 20 March to Sunday, 4 July 2010. "Roppongi Crossing" is a series of exhibitions, held once every three years by the Mori Art Museum, located on the top floor of the Roppongi Hills Mori Tower in the heart ofTokyo.The exhibition series began in 2004 and introduces the most exciting Japanese artists of today, as a barometer of the … more

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Ai Weiwei

According to What?

25 Jul – 8 Nov 2009
Ai Weiwei is one of contemporary China's most exciting creators, with a range of activities including everything from art and architecture to design, publishing, and curating. In the last few years, Ai's international reputation has grown dramatically through a series of highly acclaimed projects, including his contribution to Documenta 12 in 2007, and a collaboration with architects Herzog & de Meuron on the "Bird's Nest" Olympic Stadium for the 2008 Beijing Olympics.

"Ai Weiwei: According to … more

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Koizumi Meiro

Solo Exhibition

25 Jul – 8 Nov 2009
MAM Project 009 presents Koizumi Meiro (born 1976), an up and coming young artist, who works predominantly with the medium of video. Koizumi's recent works tend to capture dialogues between the artist and the characters or scenes where the artist gives directions to the actors telling stories. They cover such topics as memories of childhood shared with their mothers and trauma resulting from the breakup of relationships. Sometimes comical and at other times violent, the stories depict emotions s… more

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Chalo! India: A New Era of Indian Art

Chalo! India: A New Era of Indian Art

22 Nov 2008 – 15 Mar 2009
"Chalo" is Hindi for "Let's go." With the words "Chalo! India" (Let's go! India), we invite you to discover an explosion of creativity and vitality in Indian contemporary art. "Chalo! India" will take you on a journey through more than 100 works by 27 artists and artist groups from all over India. Encompassing a broad range of media, including painting, sculpture, photography and installation, this exhibition examines the latest movements in Indian contemporary art.

Following independence from … more

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Annette Messager

The Messengers

9 Aug – 3 Nov 2008
"Annette Messager: The Messengers" is the first major solo exhibition for leading French artist Annette Messager to be held in Japan.

Painting, photography, articles, objects assembled from found objects, words, stuffed animals, plush toys, fabrics, embroidery, thread and knitting: these and many other objects from everyday life have found their way into the art of Annette Messager since she began working in the 1970s. Keeping her work based firmly in everyday life, Messager explores the variou… more

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In between

In between

1 Aug – 3 Aug 2008
As a part of the ASIAN Summer In Roppongi Hills celebration of Roppongi Hills' 5th anniversary, the Mori Art Museum will hold a special screening of video art from Asia. "In-Between: Asian Video Art Weekend" will be held on the first weekend of August. The use of moving pictures in artistic expression gained popularity in the 1970s with the development of video technology. Since then, each new technological breakthrough has seen moving pictures utilized in new and exciting ways. In recent days, … more

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History in the Making: A Retrospective of the Turner Prize

25 Apr – 13 Jul 2008
"Who do you think will win the Turner?" — That's a constant topic of conversation in the U.K. each fall. "The Turner Prize" is one of the most significant awards in the world of temporary art, and its exhibition and prize ceremony have become high profile events. The ceremony is broadcast live each year, and the winner receives major coverage in the national and international media. ‘History in the Making’ is the first single exhibition to bring together works by all the past recipients of… more

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Saskia Olde Wolbers

MAM Project 007

MAM Project 007

25 Apr – 13 Jul 2008
A Dutch artist based in London, Saskia Olde Wolbers (born 1971) makes videos with a mysterious transparency. She does this by first creating extremely elaborate sets by hand, and then filming inside these miniature environments, building up stories inside them.

Olde Wolbers' constructed worlds are at times breathtaking in their beauty, and yet they are also unpeopled and desolate. Combined with a soft, somewhat hypnotic voice-over, her images penetrate deep into the minds and memories of viewe… more

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Art is for the Spirit: Works from the USB Art Collection

Art is for the Spirit: Works from the USB Art Collection

2 Feb – 6 Apr 2008
Warhol, Lichtenstein, Basquiat, Richter, Gursky, Araki, Morimura, Sugimoto, Miyamoto, Hatakeyama… Featuring around 140 works by 60 prominent international artists from The UBS Art Collection, the exhibition represents a new partnership between an art museum and a corporate collection, as well as a new perspective on the theme of "Art and Life."

A world-class collection of contemporary art assembled by UBS, a global financial services firm, focuses on American and European paintings since the … more

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All About Laughter: Humor in Contemporary art

All About Laughter: Humor in Contemporary art

27 Jan – 6 May 2007
Contemporary artists often look at the world from slanted perspectives in order either to highlight or counteract the conservatism of social norms, systems and thought. In doing this they imply alternative systems and approaches. A similar role can be attributed to humor, the source of laughter, which may include jokes, parody, comedy, irony, satire and nonsense. The creation of a perspective that distorts "normal" views of the world may have the effect of exposing people's real intentions, or i… more

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Bill Viola

Hatsu-Yume (First Dream)

Hatsu-Yume (First Dream)

14 Oct 2006 – 8 Jan 2007
Bill Viola, one of the world's leading video artists, first traveled to Japan in 1980 on a one-year arts fellowship to study and experience first hand its cultural traditions and religions. He extended his stay by six months to work at Sony's Atsugi Research Center where he gained access to the most advanced video technology of the time. The influence of both experiences transformed his work.

This exhibition, organized by the Mori Art Museum and The Asahi Shimbun, showcases work from Viol… more

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Africa Remix

Africa Remix

27 May – 31 Aug 2006
Contemporary African art has never before been shown on such a large scale either in Japan or anywhere else. And, in all likelihood, it never will again. For this exhibition represents a turning point in the history of viewing African art: the point when perspectives shift from being based on a stereotype of Africa as dark, mysterious and homogenous, to a more accurate reflection of the continent's reality as a collection of scores of individual countries, peoples and traditions. Featuring 84 a… more

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Hiroshi Sugimoto

End of Time

End of Time

17 Sep 2005 – 9 Jan 2006
Hiroshi Sugimoto is one of the most significant Japanese contemporary artists to have emerged in the last 30 years. In his photographic series, as well as his experiments with sculptural objects, architecture and exhibition design, Sugimoto attempts to highlight and expand our perception of such abstract qualities as time, light, space, movement, spirit - and the nature of reality itself.

Hiroshi Sugimoto: End of Time represents the first chance to survey the artist’s whole photographic work,… more

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Follow me! Contemporary Chinese Art at the Threshold of the Millenium

Follow me! Contemporary Chinese Art at the Threshold of the Millenium

2 Jul – 4 Sep 2005
Contemporary China is characterized by an incredible dynamism. Things seem to be transformed everyday, fuelled by astonishing economic growth, frantic urban development and the preparations for the 2008 Olympics. Of course these changes are reflected in art. Throughout the 1990s Chinese artists slowly emerged into the international art world and were invited to take part in numerous exhibitions across the world. Now, at the threshold of the new millennium, interest in Chinese contemporary art is… more

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The World is a Stage: Stories Behind Pictures

29 Mar – 19 Jun 2005
The world abounds with stories. Myths, folktales, fantasies, mysteries and romances are conveyed to us by word-of-mouth, print, pictures, video and in other ways too. For all people, in both east and west, stories are the most primordial, most basic, form of instruction and entertainment. Every day we, also, make up our own new stories as part of our daily lives.

This exhibition focuses on some of the stories that can be found within contemporary art; of course it concentrates on the kinds of s… more

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Jun Nguyen-Hatsushiba

MAM Projects

HO! HO! HO! MERRY CHRISTMAS - BATTLE OF EASEL POINT - MEMORIAL PROJECT

29 May – 19 Jul 2004

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Roppongi Crossing - New Visions of Japanese Art 2004

Roppongi Crossing - New Visions of Japanese Art 2004

6 Feb – 11 Apr 2004
The Mori Art Museum’s next exhibition, Roppongi Crossing: New Visions in Japanese Art 2004, will feature contemporary visual art, design, fashion, media art, photography, film and architecture, bringing together different snapshots to demonstrate the current state of Japanese art. The relationships between works will create a positive “crossing” or meeting place of diverse viewpoints and will also present a “crossing” for Museum visitors themselves, who will encounter evocative new app… more

Mori Art MuseumJP

Mori Art Museum
6-10-1 ROPPONGI, MINATO-KU
Tôkyô

+81-3-57778600


www.mori.art.museum/en/

Sun-Thu 10-22 . Fri, Sat 10-24

Happiness: A Survival Guide for Art and Life

18 Oct 2003 – 18 Jan 2004
The Mori Art Museum will open on 18 October 2003 on the 52nd and 53rd floors of TokyoÕs Roppongi Hills Mori Tower. The Museum's primary aim is to mediate between contemporary art and as broad a public as possible by illuminating the links between art and life. Its inaugural exhibition will embark on this by casting a fresh eye on the familiar and universal theme of happiness.

Happiness is one of the most universal of human emotions; it has found expression in the art of all cultures and ages a… more