Stephanie Bailey

A city on the move: How Tokyo’s art scene is reinventing itself

The 2021 edition of Art Week Tokyo will launch on November 4

Atsuko Ninagawa. Photo by Katsuhiro Saiki.
Atsuko Ninagawa. Photo by Katsuhiro Saiki.
Atsuko Ninagawa. Photo by Katsuhiro Saiki.
Left: Jean-Marie Appriou, Neptune, 2020. © Jean-Marie Appriou. Right: Jean-Marie Appriou, Shark Constellation, 2020. © Jean-Marie Appriou.
Left: Jean-Marie Appriou, Neptune, 2020. © Jean-Marie Appriou. Right: Jean-Marie Appriou, Shark Constellation, 2020. © Jean-Marie Appriou.
Left: Jean-Marie Appriou, Neptune, 2020. © Jean-Marie Appriou. Right: Jean-Marie Appriou, Shark Constellation, 2020. © Jean-Marie Appriou.
This work by Yoichi Umetsu is among those on view at Watari Museum of Contemporary Art during Art Week Tokyo.
This work by Yoichi Umetsu is among those on view at Watari Museum of Contemporary Art during Art Week Tokyo.
This work by Yoichi Umetsu is among those on view at Watari Museum of Contemporary Art during Art Week Tokyo.

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