Current events (5)
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Selections from the Ishibashi Foundation Collection -Special Section New Acquisitions: The Paul Klee Collection
In 2019, the Artizon Museum, the former Bridgestone Museum of Art, acquired twenty-four works by Paul Klee (1879–1940), a major Swiss artist of the first half of the twentieth century.
Location: Artizon Museum, Tokyo
Swiss artist Uriel Orlow is known for his modular, multimedia installations that take specific locations and events as starting points and combine archival research with evocative visuals and sounds.
Location: Contemporary Art Gallery Art Tower Mito, Ibaraki
Liechtenstein is the only country in the world named after the family name of the ruling monarch. Although it is a small nation situated between Switzerland and Austria, Liechtenstein holds one of the most extensive private art collections in the world.
Location: Hiroshima Prefectural Art Museum, Hiroshima
Roman Signer (born in 1938) is a Swiss artist active since the 1970s. He uses daily objects like kayaks or furniture to cause movement with elements such as fire, water, and wind in a humorous and sometimes absurd manner.
Location: Marugame Genichiro-Inokuma Museum of Contemporary Art, Kagawa
When the Swiss/French ballet legend Maurice Béjart set about choreographing a new ballet for the Tokyo Ballet in 1993, he chose Japanese novelist Yukiko Mishima as a motif.
Past events (308)
Aiming to support musicians who studied in Basel and foster international understanding, the Basel-based Ayame Foundation presents a series of concerts by Baritone Trio Stadlmann, Pipe organist Aki Noda and Basel Flöte Trio & Kôyasan Shômyô.
Location: several places in Japan
«Glasritzen» is a diamond point engraving technique used on glass brought to the level of art in the 1970s by the Swiss artist Gerlind Megroz
Location: O Museum, Tokyo
Hamamatsu Municipal Museum of Art organizes an exhibition hightlighting the friendship between Hamamatsu-city and Bern of artworks by schoolchildren.
Location: Zaza City Hamamatsu, Shizuoka
To celebrate 150 years of Swiss Humanitarian Aid, photographs of the renowned Swiss photographer and ICRC delegate Jean Mohr will be shown in a special outdoor exhibition in the Peace Memorial Park in Hiroshima.
Location: Peace Memorial Park in Hiroshima
The jazz trio Rusconi is at the forefront a new generation of musicians, who are not scared to travel uncharted territories.
Location: Club Citta in Kawasaki, Saravah Tokyo and Garaman hall in Okinawa
The city of Kawasaki and the organizers of the Montreux Jazz Festival in Japan have decided to give a very «Swiss» flavor to this year's 4th edition of the festival.
Location: Kawasaki Musa Hall, Senzoku Gakuen College of Music, Lazona and other venues
16 Japanese and Swiss contemporary artists will take part in an exchange exhibition curated by Jun Azumatei, a Japanese artist based in Switzerland.
Location: Foyer of the Embassy of Switzerland, di erent galleries in Ginza, Tokyo
«Floating Islands» is a series of photographs by Matteo Aroldi which explore a world of imaginary landscapes.
Location: Hakone Museum of Photography, Kanagawa