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YONEDA Tomoko, Ice Rink -View of a mining town that was part of the South Manchurian Railway Zone during the Japanese Occupation, Fushun, China, from the series Scene, 2007, Chromogenic print, Collection of Tokyo Photographic Art Museum
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Remembrance beyond images

Mar. 1Jun. 9, 2024

  • Mar. 1Jun. 9, 2024
  • Closed Mondays (however, the museum will be open on Monday, April 29 and Monday, May 6, and closed on Tuesday, May 7).
  • Admission:Adults ¥700(¥560)/College Students ¥560(¥440)/High School and Junior High School Students, Over 65 years old ¥350(¥280) ※Prices in parenthesis apply to groups of 20 or more (reservation required). Discounts are also provided to those who present a ticket for the Museum Theater’s special screening program, and holders of respective membership cards.*Please refer to the Visitor’s Information for details on various discounts. Discounts cannot be combined. Elementary school students and younger, junior high school students living or attending school in the Tokyo metropolitan area, persons with a disability certificate as well as up to two accompanying caregivers, and holders of the museum’s annual passport are admitted free of charge. Those over 65 years old receive free admission on the third Wednesday of every month by presenting proof of age at the ticket counter.

What kind of “memories” have people strived to capture through photography and video? Asides from snapshots and documentaries whose purpose are to record events and happenings onsite, attempts have also been made to convey unseen memories by stirring the emotions and sensations of viewers, and expanding their imagination beyond realms of both time and space. While employing the characteristic of photography/video as that which serve to connect the memories of others or images engraved in time with the viewer's own memories, artists each approach their work and practice in truly diverse ways.
Taking as its starting point SHINOYAMA Kishin’s propositions raised in Dueling Theories of Photography (1976) and leading up to themes such as aging society and artificial intelligence (AI), this exhibition introduces more than 70 new works by seven groups of eight high-profile artists from Japan, Vietnam, and Finland, including those never exhibited in Japan.

Exhibiting Artists:
SHINOYAMA Kishin, YONEDA Tomoko, NGUYỄN Trinh Thi (Vietnam), ODAWARA Nodoka, MURAYAMA Goro [concept: IKEGAMI Takashi (science) + MURAYAMA Goro (art) , production: Alternative Machine + Qosmo], Marja PIRILÄ (Finland) , Satoko Sai+ Tomoko Kurahara

Kishin SHINOYAMA, “Meaning of the House”, Suzu City, Ishikawa Prefecture, 1974, silver dye bleach print, Collection of Tokyo Photographic Art Museum
Kishin SHINOYAMA, Suzu City, Ishikawa Prefecture, from the series Meaning of the House, 1974, silver dye bleach print, Collection of Tokyo Photographic Art Museum

NGUYỄN Trinh Thi, Letters from Panduranga, 2015, single-channel video, 35min, Collection of Tokyo Photographic Art Museum
NGUYỄN Trinh Thi, Letters from Panduranga, 2015, single-channel video, 35min, Collection of Tokyo Photographic Art Museum

Photographer unknown, Commemorative Photograph of the Unveiling Ceremony for the Reconstruction of the Bronze Statue of Hikoma Ueno in His Later Years, 1951, gelatin silver print, Collection of Tokyo Photographic Art Museum
Photographer unknown, Commemorative Photograph of the Unveiling Ceremony for the Reconstruction of the Bronze Statue of Hikoma Ueno in His Later Years, 1951, gelatin silver print, Collection of Tokyo Photographic Art Museum

Goro MURAYAMA, Data Baroque - A Thousand Drawings for Machine Learning, 2023-2024, acrylic medium with Iron pigments on paper
Goro MURAYAMA, Data Baroque - A Thousand Drawings for Machine Learning, 2023-2024, acrylic medium with Iron pigments on paper, Collection of the artist

Marja PIRILÄ, “Inner Landscapes, Turku”, Camera obscura / Ruth, 2011, archival pigment print
Marja PIRILÄ, Camera obscura / Ruth, from the series  Inner Landscapes, Turku, 2011, archival pigment print, Collection of the artist

Satoko Sai + Tomoko Kurahara, “Inner Landscapes, Turku”, Ruth, 2011, press-moulded ceramics, screen-printed with under-glaze colors. glazed inside
Satoko Sai + Tomoko Kurahara, Ruth, from the series Inner Landscapes, Turku, 2011, press-moulded ceramics, screen-printed with under-glaze colors. glazed inside, Collection of the artist

※The schedule is subject to change. Any further changes will be announced.

Organized by Tokyo Photographic Art Museum operated by Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture
Supported by the Corporate Membership of the Tokyo Photographic Art Museum
Sponsored by The Finnish Institute in Japan

Events

Artist Talk: NGUYỄN Trinh Thi
Apr. 21 (Sun) 16:00~18:00
Venue: Tokyo Photographic Art Museum, First Floor Hall
Admission: Free
Capacity: 190 people (Admission in numerical order, unreserved seating)
※Numbered tickets will be distributed at the ticket counter on the 1st floor from 10:00 on the day of the event.
Curator’s Gallery Talk with Sign Language Interpretation [in Japanese]
Apr. 5 (Fri) 14:00~
May. 17 (Fri) 14:00~
Venue: Second Floor Exhibition Gallery
Admission: Free (exhibition ticket required)
※Please come the entrance of the Second Floor Exhibition Gallery with your “Remembrance Beyond Images” exhibition ticket (or Annual Passport 2024 or Tokyo Museum Gurutto Pass 2024) that is valid for the day of entry, or with an identity certificate if you are eligible for free admission.
Artist Talk: YONEDA Tomoko x Marja PIRILÄ 
Mar. 2 (Sat) 13:30~15:30
Venue: Tokyo Photographic Art Museum, First Floor Hall
Admission: Free
Capacity: 190 people (Admission in numerical order, unreserved seating)
※Numbered tickets will be distributed at the ticket counter on the 1st floor from 10:00 on the day of the event.
Curator’s Gallery Talk [in Japanese]
Mar. 1 (Fri) 14:00~
Venue: Second Floor Exhibition Gallery
Admission: Free (exhibition ticket required)
※Please come the entrance of the Second Floor Exhibition Gallery with your “Remembrance Beyond Images” exhibition ticket (or Annual Passport 2024 or Tokyo Museum Gurutto Pass 2024) that is valid for the day of entry, or with an identity certificate if you are eligible for free admission.