After years of disrepair, architect Kisho Kurokawa’s iconic building will be disassembled one capsule at a time.
The eerie aerial piece was created by the artist collective 目 (“Mé”) and features an anonymous face chosen from over 1,000 submissions.
Out, proud, and unabashedly homoerotic, the gay artist’s iconic imagery has become an international symbol of freedom.
The unconventional show at Same Gallery, which encouraged attendees to run off with the art, was emptied in a matter of minutes.
On Instagram, Kana Hashimoto’s images of nocturnal Tokyo unwittingly capture the odd feeling of time itself as the coronavirus pandemic drags on.
Twenty posters to commemorate the upcoming Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics have premiered at the Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo.
An amateur photographer’s images of louche Cape Town nightlife in the 1960s capture a daring, booze-fueled, melting-pot spirit in the face of apartheid.
Before now, only four of 54 chapters from the Tale of Genji had been confirmed as original transcriptions.
Mischa Leinkauf’s images of subterranean urban worlds are formally arresting and packed with metaphorical meaning.
The Medal Project will mine gold, silver, and bronze from nearly 50,000 tons of donated e-waste.
TOKYO — It’s not often that a major art museum hosts an exhibition for a poet.
The first museum in Japan devoted entirely to architectural models opened recently, aimed at archiving and preserving the miniature prototypes of Japanese architects’ structures now scattered around the world.