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  1. 2024-05-17
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    Masaharu Sato's video work will be on view in TRIO Paris-Tokyo-Osaka Modern Art Collection at the National Museum of modern Art, Tokyo.

    • Venue: National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo
    • Period: May 21 (Tue)—August 25 (Sun), 2024
    • Exhibition Tours: Nakanoshima Art Museum, Osaka | September 14 (Sat)—December 8 (Sun), 2024

  2. 2024-04-17
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    KEN NAKAHASHI is pleased to present Timo Herbst's solo exhibition, from Friday 26 April to Saturday 25 May, 2024.


    Timo Herbst Ephemera

    • 2024.04.26(Fri)–05.25(Sat)
    • Open Hours: Tue–Sat, 13:00-20:00
    • Closed: Sun, Mon
    • https://kennakahashi.net/en/exhibitions/ephemera
  3. 2024-03-17
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    • Venue: KAAT Kanagawa Arts Theatre
    • Period: March 12 (Tue)—mid-June
    • Hours: 10:00-18:00 *Screening until the end of the performance on days when there are evening events.

    Masaharu Sato's video work Hands is on view at the entrance of KAAT Kanagawa Arts Theatre.

  4. 2024-02-09
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    • Dates: February 20 (Tue)–March 30 (Sat)
    • Artist: Erik Swars, Imi Knoebel, Sawako Nasu, Masaharu Sato
    • Hours: Tue–Sat, 13:00-20:00
    • Closed: Sun & Mon
    • In collaboration with Galerie Jochen Hempel, Kanda & Oliveira
    • Details

    KEN NAKAHASHI will hold a selection exhibition starting from February 20.

  5. 2024-01-11
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    Yuki Harada was selected as a finalist in the TERRADA ART AWARD 2023.

    His new work, the culmination of the 'Shadowing' series, will be presented at the TERRADA ART AWARD 2023 Finalist Exhibition.


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    • TERRADA ART AWARD 2023 Finalist Exhibition
    • Finalists: Mitsuo Kim, Yuma Tomiyasu, Yuki Harada, Satoshi Murakami, yang02
    • Dates: 10 Jan (Wed) - 28 Jan (Sun), 2024 *Open throughout the period. *Only invited guests may enter on 10 (Wed) Jan 2024.
    • Opening hours: 11:00 - 18:00 (last entry 17:30)
    • Admission: free of charge
    • Venue: Terada Warehouse G3-6F (Terada Warehouse G, 2-6-10 Higashi-Shinagawa, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo) 
    • URL: https://www.terradaartaward.com/en/finalist/
  6. 2023-12-25
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    The second single-authored book by Yuki Harada, Christian Lassen: A critical biography, has been published.


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    • Title: Christian Lassen: A critical biography
    • Author: Yuki Harada
    • First published date: December 20, 2023
    • Format: Shirokuban
    • Pages: 384
    • Price: 3,300 yen (10% tax included)
    • Publisher: Chuokoron-shinsha
  7. 2023-12-08
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    • Dates: January 6 (Sat)–February 3 (Sat), 2024
    • Opening: Sat 6 Jan, 18:00-20:00
    • Opening dates and times will change to Tuesdays–Saturdays, 13:00-20:00
    • Closed: Sundays & Mondays
    • https://kennakahashi.net/en/exhibitions/beyond-the-time

    KEN NAKAHASHI will hold Beyond The Time, a solo presentation by Mihoko Ogaki.

  8. 2023-12-06
  9. 2023-11-20
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    The first single-authored book by Yuki Harada, Insignificant Arts: Christian Lassen, Ghost Photography, and Renderporn, has been published.

    The book consists of texts and artwork written over the last decade, including a new Christian Lassen theory, theory of Ghost Photography, theory of CG expression and a travelogue of Hawaii.

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    • Title: Insignificant Arts: Christian Lassen, Ghost Photography, and Renderporn
    • Author: Yuki Harada
    • Editor: Kenji Igarashi
    • Design: Toru Kase
    • Style: Shirokuban Variant
    • Pages: 352 (including 32 colour pages)
    • Price: 2,600 yen + tax
    • Publisher: KENELE BOOKS
  10. 2023-11-18
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    Yuki Harada is participating in Atami Art Grant 2023.

    The venue is the Odate Building near Atami Sun Beach.

    The exhibition features Waiting for and a new work Home Port, a CG landscape depicting Lahaina, which was hit by the Atami Fire in August 2023.


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    • Period: 18 Nov (Sat) - 17 Dec (Sun), 2023.
    • 11:00 - 18:00 (reception closes at 17:00), closed on Mondays & Tuesdays
    • Venue: Various venues in Atami City, Shizuoka Prefecture.
  11. 2023-11-03
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    Yuki Harada's One Million Seeings (2019) is on view at the exhibition Re-Presentation-Site at the Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art.

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    • Title: Open Program, Re-Presentation-Site, Reflecting on long-term projects during the museum’s closure
    • Venue: Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art, Exhibition Room B-1
    • Dates: 3 November 2023 (Fri) - 17 March 2024 (Sun)
    • Opening hours: 10:00-17:00 (admission until 30 minutes before closing)
    • Closed: Mondays (except 8 Jan and 12 Feb), year-end and New Year holidays (27 Dec - 1 Jan), 9 Jan (Tue), 13 Feb (Tue).
    • Admission: free
    • Organiser: Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art
    • Planning cooperation: Matamata
    • URL: https://www.hiroshima-moca.jp/exhibition/re_presentation_site
  12. 2023-10-31
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    Ken Nakahashi will participate in Art Week Tokyo, from November 2-5.


    【Gallery Program】

    Solo presentation by Shinji Ihara at KEN NAKAHASHI, Shinjuku (Rout: F9)

    • "SHINJI IHARA: 1111"
    • October 27 (Friday)–December 9 (Saturday), 2023
    • Admission free
    • Opening Hours during Art Week Tokyo: 10:00-18:00
    • https://kennakahashi.net/en/exhibitions/1111

    【AWT FOCUS】

    A work of Mariko Matsushita will be exhibited at Okura Museum of Art (Rout: C1, D7, G3)

    • "WORLDS IN BALANCE: ART IN JAPAN FROM THE POSTWAR TO THE PRESENT"
    • Curated by Kenjiro Hosaka
    • Venue: Okura Museum of Art
    • 2-10-3 Toranomon, Minato-ku
    • November 2–5, 10am–6pm
    • Ticketed
    • https://www.artweektokyo.com/en/focus-en/

    【AWT VIDEO】

    Two recent works by Eiki Mori will be screened at SMBC East Tower 1F (Rout: B4, G4)

    • "WOMAN WAS THE SUN"
    • Curated by Chus Martínez
    • Venue: SMBC East Tower 1F
    • 1-3-2 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku
    • November 2–5, 10am–6pm
    • Admission free
    • https://www.artweektokyo.com/en/video-en/
    • Timetable: Shibboleth—I peep the ocean through a hole of the torn cardigan 10:18~10:24, 13:18~13:24, 16:18~16:24 | Shibboleth—I blink my eyes to the heartbeats 11:14~11:21, 14:14~14:21, 17:14~17:21