ART GALLERIES JAPAN ART EXHIBITIONS CHINESE ARTISTS
MEM, an art gallery based in Tokyo that represents mainly Japanese contemporary artists, has moved to a new gallery space in NADiff a/p/a/r/t in Tokyo. MEM announced this news in early September so should now be settled into the new space.
The gallery has announced the opening in conjunction with an exhibition of RongRong & inri, a pair of artists who live and work in Beijing, China. They are also the founders of Three Shadows Photography Art Centre, an important institute for Chinese contemporary art and photography.
NADiff is an art bookshop and gallery located just off the fashionable Omotesando strip in Tokyo’s youth culture centre of Shibuya.
- Compound Eye: RongRong and inri retrospective at He Xiangning Art Museum – June 2010 – offers extensive insight into the exhibition, accompanied by huge images
- Beijing first to host Arles program outside France – June 2010 – part of the Caochangdi PhotoSpring, a festival of which the hub was Three Shadows Photography Art Centre
- Lee Ufan-dedicated museum opens on Japanese island – The Japan Times – August 2010 – details the premise of this new museum dedicated to Korean artist Ufan
- Top 5 sites for Japanese contemporary art news by Matthew Larking – June 2010 – What are the top sources of information about Japanese contemporary art?