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Warehouse Terada becomes Tokyo Gendai’s official fair partner. “TENNOZ ART WEEK 2024” will be held to introd uce the multifaceted nature of Japanese culture to art collectors visiting Japan.

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Warehouse Terada becomes Tokyo Gendai’s official fair partner. “TENNOZ ART WEEK 2024” will be held to introduce the multifaceted nature of Japanese culture to art collectors visiting Japan.
There will also be an announcement of new works by Tabaimo, sake provided at the gallery complex, a craft exhibition, and workshops using traditional art materials.
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Warehouse Terada Co., Ltd. (Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo, President and CEO: Kohei Terada) will be hosting art collectors and art-related people from Japan and abroad from Thursday, June 27, 2024 to Monday, July 15, 2024 (holiday). We will hold “TENNOZ ART WEEK 2024” (hereinafter referred to as “this event”), which aims to revitalize the art market and promote international cultural tourism by inviting people to Art City Tennoz and connecting the Japanese and overseas art scenes.
[Image 1: https://prtimes.jp/i/14158/380/resize/d14158-380-2591be70169673198865-0.jpg&s3=14158-380-982835c7a9b9f16d4dfe118e4cd806b5-3900×2195.jpg] This time, the second time, the contemporary artist Tabaimo, who has received a lot of attention from overseas, and three independent animation artists will be presenting a new video installation in a warehouse space, offering sake and other drinks in the gallery complex, craft exhibitions, and traditional crafts. We will
disseminate the current location of diverse Japanese culture from Tennoz to the world through workshops on art supplies and other activities.
In addition, our company will participate as an official fair partner in the internationally-class art fair “Tokyo Gendai,” which was held for the first time in Japan last year and was well received. During both events, art collectors visiting Japan for the purpose of Tokyo Gendai will participate. We will provide programs to the area, as well as mutual attraction cooperation between Yokohama and Tennozu. By collaborating with Tokyo Gendai and Art City Tennozu, we will more dynamically enliven the domestic and international art scenes and promote international cultural tourism.
Program list
1. Tabaimo New video installation “I haven’t touched it”
2. WHAT MUSEUM “Sensory Structures – From Horyuji to Space” Guided Tour and Night Museum
3. WHAT CAFE Arts and Crafts Exhibition “Beautility: The Betweenness of Kogei” 4. PIGMENT TOKYO Workshop “Drawing flowers using traditional Japanese art materials/Creating Japanese paintings with pure gold and malachite”
5. TERRADA ART COMPLEX “TAC GALLERY NIGHT (Cocktail Party)”
6. STREET MARKET A street market with food and specialty products from all over Japan.
About TENNOZ ART WEEK 2024
This is an art event that aims to connect the Japanese and overseas art scenes and promote international cultural tourism by attracting world-class art content to Tennoz and creating a place for art-related people from Japan and abroad to visit. Last year, we held a new installation performance by Tomoko Mukaiyama and a gallery night at TERRADA ART COMPLEX, which attracted approximately 14,000 visitors, mainly art collectors from Japan and overseas, and helped Tennozu become an international art city. It was lively.
[Image 2: https://prtimes.jp/i/14158/380/resize/d14158-380-652f154cb2e556c822bb-1.jpg&s3=14158-380-fe4ef0c1505f845bf02bd07c19cbafe6-1050×489.jpg] This is the second time, and this time, we will be presenting an exhibition by Mr. Tabaimo, a contemporary artist who is active both domestically and internationally, and three independent animation artists, who exhibited a large-scale installation at the Japan Pavilion at the Venice Biennale in 2011. A new video installation will be exhibited at Warehouse Terada G3-6F. In addition, TERRADA ART COMPLEX, home to Japan’s leading art galleries, will hold special nighttime operations. We will welcome domestic and international art collectors at a cocktail party featuring Japanese alcoholic drinks such as sake and craft gin.
WHAT MUSEUM offers a special guided tour of an exhibition that focuses on the “structural design” that has created the framework of architecture, from the wooden structures of traditional Japanese buildings to modern wooden buildings and even space structures. At PIGMENT TOKYO, we are planning a workshop on creating Japanese paintings using gold paint, a traditional painting material. WHAT CAFE will be collaborating with B-OWND to hold an exhibition promoting Japanese contemporary crafts.
By introducing not only contemporary art but also the cultural diversity of Japan, including crafts, animation, architecture, and food, as well as the charm of the regions where each culture is rooted, we aim to appeal to art collectors and tourists visiting Japan who are highly interested in art and culture. We will also communicate the charm of Art City Tennozu.
-On the weekends, there is also content to experience the charm of the city of Tennozu-
On the weekends during the exhibition period, a street market will be held on the boardwalk along the Tennozu Canal, with about 20 shops selling food and specialties from all over Japan. We will also provide content that allows you to experience the charm of the city, such as Tennoz’s waterside scenery, murals, and three-dimensional public art.
[Image 3: https://prtimes.jp/i/14158/380/resize/d14158-380-4478e6fc667d1afb671f-2.jpg&s3=14158-380-e5ee316e4296d9bafea5a3ed111460dc-3900×3900.jpg] TENNOZ ART WEEK 2024 Implementation Program Details
1. Tabaimo new video installation “I haven’t touched it”
[Image 4: https://prtimes.jp/i/14158/380/resize/d14158-380-6e0c77241b527275eacf-3.jpg&s3=14158-380-833eaf8c4febeb0087224b7d5215f957-2810×1736.jpg] New video installation exhibition by Tabaimo and three animation artists. Through animation, entities such as water and living things that are prohibited to be brought into the warehouse space are brought into the warehouse. This opens up a world of what-ifs, and beyond that, fantasies and narratives are born. By connecting it with the context of art, we create experiential installations in which the multilayered relationship between animation and the viewer becomes a work of art. Venue: Terada Warehouse G3-6F (Terada Warehouse G, 2-6-10
Higashi-Shinagawa, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo)
Date and time: July 5th (Friday) to July 15th (Monday/Holiday) 11:00-21:00 Admission: General 2,000 yen, Students (high school, university, vocational school) 1,500 yen, Children (elementary and junior high school students) 1,000 yen
*This ticket includes a WHAT MUSEUM viewing ticket.
*Advance reservation required
*If you have purchased a student ticket, you must present your student ID. *For safety reasons, only elementary school students and older can enter, and junior high school students and younger must be accompanied by a guardian.
Ticket reservation: https://artsticker.page.link/TAW2024
2. WHAT MUSEUM “Sensory Structures – From Horyuji to Space” Guided Tour and Night Museum
[Image 5: https://prtimes.jp/i/14158/380/resize/d14158-380-88f84b2341fcff3b7064-4.jpg&s3=14158-380-0fd028fe10cd7c27d0ac73a4fc3a21d4-2000×1334.jpg] WHAT MUSEUM is holding an exhibition titled “Sensory Structures – From Horyuji Temple to the Universe”, which focuses on the
“structural design” that has created the framework of architecture. In this exhibition, you can see over 100 structural models of valuable architectural masterpieces, ranging from the world’s oldest existing wooden structure, the five-storied pagoda of Horyuji Temple, to a lunar structure currently under development. You can also view the Architectural Warehouse, which stores over 600 architectural models entrusted to us by architects and design offices, some of which are open to the public.
During the event period, we will hold a special guided tour by the exhibition planning staff, and a night museum where you can enjoy the exhibits at a leisurely pace with extended business hours.
●WHAT MUSEUM tour with a guide by the planner “Sensory Structures – From Horyuji to Space” (Japanese-English simultaneous interpretation available)
Venue: WHAT MUSEUM (2-6-10 Higashi-Shinagawa, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo) Date and time: July 6th (Sat) 10:00-11:00, July 13th (Sat) 10:00-11:00 Capacity: 16 people each time
Admission: General 2,500 yen (includes architectural warehouse entrance fee) *Advance reservation required
●Night Museum
Date and time: July 6th (Sat) 11:00-21:00 (last entry 20:00) July 7th (Sunday), 13th (Saturday), 14th (Sunday), 15th
(Monday/Holiday) 11:00-20:00 (Last entry 19:00)
Admission: Regular price
Please reserve the above programs from the official ticket site (https://ticket-what.warehouseofart.org)
For exhibition details, please check the official website
(https://what.warehouseofart.org)
3. WHAT CAFE Arts and Crafts Exhibition “Beautility: The Betweenness of Kogei”
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For the first time since opening, the art gallery cafe “WHAT CAFE” will hold an art and craft exhibition centered on young artists. The title of this exhibition, “Beautility,” is a coined word consisting of “Beauty” and “Utility.” By introducing works that combine modernity and new expression based on traditional craft materials and
techniques, we provide an opportunity to rediscover the potential and value of arts and crafts for the global art market. . This time, we have collaborated with “B-OWND”, a company that handles craft works as art provided by Tanseisha Co., Ltd., to create works that focus on “betweenness” and “ambiguity” (Betweenness of Kogei). We will exhibit and sell. Enjoy encountering approximately 200 works in total, including works by young arts and crafts artists selected by WHAT CAFE.
Venue: WHAT CAFE (2-1-11 Higashi-Shinagawa, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo) Date and time: June 27th (Thursday) – July 7th (Sunday) 11:00 – 18:00 *Open from 11:00 to 21:00 on Saturday, July 6th, and from 11:00 to 20:00 on Sunday, July 7th
free entrance
Cooperation: Tanseisha Co., Ltd.
For exhibition details, please check the official website
(https://cafe.warehouseofart.org/event/beautility/)
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*The photos shown are for illustrative purposes only and may differ from the exhibited works.
Four. PIGMENT TOKYO Workshop “Drawing flowers using traditional Japanese art materials/Creating Japanese paintings with pure gold and malachite”
[Image 8: https://prtimes.jp/i/14158/380/resize/d14158-380-c981dfd4b04a907fa9d5-6.jpg&s3=14158-380-e92ec0ff8e4cbb5378848ecf04ee1ad7-2362×1575.jpg] We will create flower works using gold clay and mineral pigments. In Japan, many works of art using metal paints and natural mineral pigments have been created, supported by the advanced skills of craftsmen. Among these diverse expressions from the Far East, you will experience the techniques of “Kindo” and “Tarashikomi.” None of these are difficult. Feel the brilliance of the ink, gold, and patina. (Japanese-English simultaneous interpretation available)
Venue: PIGMENT TOKYO (TERRADA Harbor One Building 1F, 2-5-5
Higashi-Shinagawa, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo)
Date: July 6th (Sat) 11:30-13:30 / 16:00-18:00
July 7th (Sun) 11:30-13:30 / 16:00-18:00
Capacity: 10 people each time
Admission: 9,900 yen *Advance reservation required, first come first served Ticket reservation:
https://pigment.tokyo/collections/workshop?filter.p.m.custom.ws_date_filter=2024%E5%B9%B47%E6%9C%88&sort_by=created-descending Five. TERRADA ART COMPLEX “TAC GALLERY NIGHT (Cocktail Party)”
[Image 9: https://prtimes.jp/i/14158/380/resize/d14158-380-69eba2ea7397c4d24ae5-7.jpg&s3=14158-380-3586762f2eb9036a901d45efeed27004-2500×1667.jpg] TERRADA ART COMPLEX is one of the largest gallery complexes in Japan, with many of Japan’s leading art galleries. At TAC GALLERY NIGHT, the opening hours of the 17 resident galleries have been extended until 8:00 p.m., so you can view each exhibition, and we also have Japanese alcoholic beverages selected with different themes on each floor. We will provide a special night where you can enjoy the current art scene from one of Japan’s best galleries, along with a variety of alcoholic beverages from all over Japan.
Venue: TERRADA ART COMPLEX I (1-33-10 Higashi-Shinagawa, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo) TERRADA ART COMPLEX II (1-32-8 Higashi-Shinagawa, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo) Date and time: July 6th (Sat) 17:00-20:00
Admission: Only for special viewing ticket purchasers and invited guests. *This program is only available to those who have purchased special viewing tickets and invited guests.
6. STREET MARKET
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A street market will be held where food and specialty products from all over Japan will be brought together. Approximately 20 stores are lined up on the boardwalk along the canal, providing an opportunity to rediscover the culture and charm of each region through its unique food and specialty products. Enjoy a delicious and fun time in an open space along the canal.
Venue: Tennozu Isle Third Waterfront Plaza Boardwalk (2-1-18 Higashi-Shinagawa, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo)
Dates: July 6th (Saturday) 11:00-21:00, July 7th (Sunday) 11:00-18:00, July 13th (Saturday) 11:00-20:00,
July 14th (Sunday) 11:00-20:00, July 15th (Monday/Holiday) 11:00-18:00 free entrance
*Only kitchen cars will be available from July 13th to 15th. -Special viewing tickets on sale-
We will be selling special viewing tickets that will allow you to fully enjoy the TENNOZ ART WEEK art viewing program.
This ticket includes admission to Tabaimo’s new video installation, WHAT MUSEUM, and TAC GALLERY NIGHT.
Sales price: 3,500 yen
Purchase site: https://artsticker.page.link/TAW2024
[TENNOZ ART WEEK 2024 event overview]
[Image 11: https://prtimes.jp/i/14158/380/resize/d14158-380-7f43041d6344d01b11de-10.jpg&s3=14158-380-9059ad3a65214276d09d95ce2aed892d-3900×2194.jpg] Date: June 27, 2024 (Thursday) to July 15, 2024 (Monday/holiday) Official website: https://taw.warehouseofart.org
Venue: Terada Warehouse G3-6F and surrounding facilities, Tennozu Isle Third Waterfront Plaza Admission: Varies depending on the program. Some are free
Sponsor: Warehouse Terada Co., Ltd.
Cooperation: Tennozu Canal Side Revitalization Association
Sponsored by: Shinagawa Ward
[Become Tokyo Gendai’s official fair partner]
Tennozu, which Warehouse Terada is promoting as an international art city, not only has gallery complexes and museums where gallerists, collectors, and artists gather, but also has bonded warehouses and bonded galleries to promote the international distribution of art. Masu. Our company aims to revitalize the art market and create vibrancy in the city by connecting Tennoz with the domestic and international art scene, and will participate as an official fair partner of Tokyo Gendai again this year.
Name: Tokyo Gendai
Date: July 5th (Friday) to July 7th (Sunday), 2024 *VIP preview and vernissage on July 4th (Thursday)
Venue: Yokohama International Peace Conference Center (Pacifico Yokohama) Address: 1-1-1 Minato Mirai, Nishi-ku, Yokohama, Kanagawa 220-0012 Organizer: The Art Assembly
URL: https://tokyogendai.com
[About Terada Warehouse]
[Image 12: https://prtimes.jp/i/14158/380/resize/d14158-380-30ec2c68cfa8148376ab-11.jpg&s3=14158-380-84496be53decca4bfbeccda60c39db93-2800×1085.jpg] Company name: Warehouse TERRADA
Representative: Kohei Terada, Representative Director and President Address: 2-6-10 Higashi-Shinagawa, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo 140-0002 Established: October 1950
URL: https://www.terrada.co.jp
More details about this release:
https://prtimes.jp/main/html/rd/p/000000380.000014158.html



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