Inspired by the works of French artist Marcel Duchamp, Terai investigates the idea of authorship, ownership, and art production in the digital age in his new series of paintings. The paintings, purchased over an online marketplace, are encased in unadorned acrylic boxes, which are defiantly signed by Terai. His decontextualized paintings address the ambiguity within artistic production and sheds light on how meaning can vary depending on its given context.
The Myoko Mountain Music Festival—aka the M Festival—is Japan’s newest two-day outdoor event. Promoting world-class music, sustainability, art, and outdoor lifestyle, M Festival will bring you closer to nature! The festival takes place at Ikenotaira Ski Resort in Myoko, Niigata […]
Due to COVID-19, the annual Tower Climb has been canceled and replaced with a challenge that you can do anywhere. The Step Up Challenge involves walking 20,169 steps in honor of the 20,169 lives lost last year to suicide. Instead […]
The Shimbashi Koichi festival contains a whole array of entertainment including taiko drummers, traditional dancers, local bands and some more unusual options too. The main events are the bon odori square and the Yukata Beauty Contest, which doesn’t feature a […]
Gallery Ether, located in Nishiazabu, is pleased to announce the opening of its sophomore exhibition Toukaku, featuring Okinawan artists akira and Denpa. From opposite ends of the burgeoning Okinawan art scene, artists akira and Denpa come together to strengthen their […]
The Nikkan Koryu Matsuri (Japan-Korea Exchange Festival) is an event held simultaneously in both Tokyo and Seoul with the object of bringing Japan and Korea closer together. Held at Hibiya Park in central Tokyo, the Tokyo version of the festival […]
Perfect Liars Club is the smash hit US comedy story interrogation show taking Tokyo by storm. Four people tell a story, but only three are true. The audience interrogates live to flush out the liar. Are you a perfect sleuther? […]