The first exhibition to fully explore the role of Japanese women in Fluxus, a movement that helped contemporary artists define new modes of expression, is on view at Japan Society in NYC.
North America’s largest Japanese film festival presents two weeks of contemporary movies at Japan Society in NYC from July 26 through August 6.
The latest ACA Cinema Project series spotlights contemporary female directors, producers, cinematographers, and screenwriters from Japan alongside a classics film selection.
For their 125th exhibition, Japan Society in NYC presents a rarely-seen collection of works by Shikō Munakata, including 61 prints on view for the first time since 1965.
Presented by Japan Society and the Agency for Cultural Affairs in association with the Visual Industry Promotion Organization (VIPO), this hybrid film series continues through December 23.
North America’s largest festival of contemporary Japanese cinema streams online throughout the US with screenings in-person at Japan Society from August 20–September 2
21st Century Japan: Films From 2001–2020 presents a wide-ranging selection of films celebrating the last two decades of Japanese cinema, streaming online February 5–25.
Ego Obscura surveys Morimura’s 30-year-long career exploring representations of gender, sexuality, and the dynamics of power in cultural identity.
Japan Society Gallery opens Simon Starling: At Twilight (After W. B. Yeats’ Noh Reincarnation), the debut solo exhibition of the Turner Prize winner’s work at a New York City institution.