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Group Show of Contemporary Artists 2020

June 9 (Tue) – June 30 (Tue), 2020
September 11 (Fri) – September 30 (Wed), 2020

This exhibition has been rescheduled to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus.

Exhibition series “Group Show of Contemporary Artists” seeks to encourage contemporary artists in their pursuit of art from new perspectives. Artist groups are invited to submit designs for exhibitions that explore the possibilities of the museum’s distinctive spaces. Exhibitions subsequently chosen are featured in a group show. The series was launched on the occasion of the Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum’s Grand Reopening in 2012 “Group Show of Contemporary Artists 2020” will consist of exhibitions by three artist groups selected through a rigorous juried process, displaying works of painting, photography, sculpture, and installation. Visitors will delight in a show richly infused with the artists’ passion.

Schedule

Schedule
Sunburn After Swimming in the Painted Pool

Period:September 11 (Fri) – September 30 (Wed), 2020
Venue:Gallery A
Group:Sunburns

Haruka Saito, The Shadow Shapes are Mountains, 2017 (Reference work) Photo: Haruka Akagi
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A City Dreaming

Period:September 11 (Fri) – September 30 (Wed), 2020
Venue:Gallery B
Group:tmyc

Rika Nakashima, ALL TOO HUMAN CAPITAL, 2018 (Reference work)
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East Asian Painting: Possibilities of Transformation of Nihonga

Period:September 11 (Fri) – September 30 (Wed), 2020
Venue:Gallery C
Group:Association of East Asian Painting

Lianyang, Cloud dragon, 2019 (Reference work)
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Period
June 9 (Tue) – June 30 (Tue), 2020
September 11 (Fri) – September 30 (Wed), 2020
Venue
Gallery A・B・C
Closed
None
Hours
9:30 – 17:30 (Last admission 17:00)
Days of Extended Hours
None
Admission
Free
Organized by
Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum operated by the Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture, Executive committee
Group Show of Contemporary Artists 2020: Jury committee
OTANI Shogo (Chief Curator, Department of Fine Arts, The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo), TAKAHASHI Toshiro (Professor, Daito Bunka University), NOJI Koichiro (Director, Sen-oku Hakuko Kan Museum, Tokyo), YAMAMURA Hitoshi (Chief Curator, Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum)

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