Image Makers / Tokyo


  • 21_21 Design Sight 9-7-6 Akasaka Minato-ku, Tokyo Japan

There should be no definitions for design and art; there is a real need for unconventional ideas free from worn-out methods of expression and beyond the boundaries of disciplines. This is the way to enable world-shaking-ly fascinating works to see the light of day, which broaden horizons and break down barriers between fields, is it not? 

Demonstrating that any classification is unnecessary for creations, the exhibition "Image-Makers" will certainly offer visitors an evocative experience, awaking a sense of wonder and innocent feelings of joy that they used to find as a child.

The exhibition will feature the works of great image-makers such as Jean-Paul Goude, Jun Miyake, ROBERT WILSON, David Lynch, Noritaka Tatehana and Photographer Hal. Their works - photographs, drawings, video installations and kinetic sculptures–as well as their creation processes, which have close links with the worlds of fashion, performance, design and cinema, will provide visitors with multiple perspectives, enabling them to embark on a journey into an imaginary world in a moment.

July 4 - October 5, 2014

Hours from 11:00 am to 8:00 pm

Closed on Tuesdays (except September 23)

 

More information and tickets here.