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Guillaume Désanges Named New President of Palais de Tokyo – ARTnews.com

With its last president having recently departed to oversee François Pinault’s collection, the Palais de Tokyo has found a new leader in Guillaume Désanges, a curator and critic who teased plans to bring the Paris museum back to its avant-garde foundations. Unlike the museum’s most recent president, Emma Lavigne, who came to the Palais de Tokyo in 2019 after having directed the Centre Pompidou-Metz, ...

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“Open Your Eyes” by Javier Calleja at Nanzuka Underground in Tokyo, Japan – StreetArtNews

On November 14th 2021 will be opening an exhibition of  new works at NANZUKA UNDERGROUND (Jingumae, Shibuya, Tokyo).  “Open Your Eyes” marks the artist’s third solo presentation in Japan following his 2018 show “Do Not Touch” (at the former gallery space of NANZUKA UNDERGROUND), and “No Art Here” held concurrently at the two venues of NANZUKA 2G and 3110NZ last year. Calleja’s works are filled with a diverse array ...

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Tokyo International Art Fair 2021 – StreetArtNews

In a little over a week, the doors will open to Tokyo’s most exciting art fair.  The Tokyo International Art Fair, now in its sixth successful year, will be making a welcome come-back to the city on Friday 8th and Saturday 9th October, bringing hundreds of inspiring artists and thousands of visitors to Tokyo’s vibrant art scene.Set in the stylish Belle Salle exhibition hall ...

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Newest Art Hotel in Tokyo, Japan – StreetArtNews

Located in Nihonbashi, Tokyo, BnA_WALL is the fourth, and newest, hotel created by the BnA team. As with all BnA hotels, each room at BnA_WALL is one-of-kind, meticulously crafted, and brought to life by some of the most creative artists in the area. BnA_WALL isn’t just a place to crash for the night; it’s an interactive art experience, a space for work, play, creation, and life. ...

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Palais de Tokyo Director Emma Lavigne to Lead Pinault Collection – ARTnews.com

Just two years after she became the president of the Palais de Tokyo, Paris’s most notable contemporary art museum, Emma Lavigne has revealed plans to leave her post. On November 1, she will become CEO of the Pinault Collection, which manages the art holdings of French billionaire François Pinault. At the Pinault Collection, Lavigne will be charge of three museums: the newly unveiled Bourse de ...

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Tokyo: Art and Photography review – all of spellbinding life is here | Art and design

A vision of cherry blossom, pink and white against blazing cobalt skies, runs floor to ceiling all through the entrance corridor to this show. The sight dazzles and bewilders, releasing afterimages that dance around the viewer with every step. The effect is hyperreal – and conspicuously achieved through digital photography – yet the experience feels both entirely timeless and completely Japanese. You could be ...

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Shiga Lieko and Takeuchi Kota Win Tokyo Contemporary Art Award

The JP ¥3 million prize is a catapult for mid-career Japanese artists. Shiga Lieko, Portrait of Cultivation (2019) from the Rasen Kaigan project. C-type print. Courtesy the artist and Tokyo Arts and Space. Shiga Lieko and Takeuchi Kota have been announced the winners of the Tokyo Contemporary Art Award (TCAA) 2021–2023. Each will receive two years of continuous support in the form of a ...

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Five top Tokyo hotels for art lovers | Guardian News

life-style, destinations, tokyo, japan, art, hotels, designTokyo's hotels are known for their exceptional style and interior design. For those wishing to immerse themselves in art, Tokyo has numerous hotels offering just that. From elegant traditional art interiors to edgy contemporary collections, here are five handpicked examples of Tokyo hotels making art a priority. BnA Hotel: The BnA Project provides room for up-and-coming Japanese artists ...

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