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Exhibitions Hopping: Brazil

From: n a s u h i m e
Sent on: Saturday, December 6, 2008 8:35 PM
Announcing a new Meetup for Tokyo Museum Meetup Group!

What: Exhibitions Hopping: Brazil

When: January 3, 2009, 2:00 PM

Where: Click the link below to find out!

Meetup Description:

EXHIBITION 1: Neotropicalia - When Lives Become Form

To be honest, I have next to nothing knowledge about Brasil but 3S: Soccer, Samba, and S.. (you know!).

Unsure whether to see this exhibition or not? Please check this out (in Japanese and English):
http://www.neo-tro.com/

Vibrant. Energy. Vitality. Passion. Joy of Life.

Do you see the same? I know right then and there I want to see the exhibition. Let's check them out together!

The exhibition introduces Brazil's creativity through the works of 27 artists and creators. There should be something for everybody!

EXHIBITION 2: Daido Moriyama + Miguel Rio Branco

Part of the commemoration of Japan-Brazil Year of Exchange, Moriyama (a renowned Japanese photographer) shot Sao Paulo, while Rio Branco (a Brazilian Magnum photographer) shot Tokyo. The result is an intriguing intersection of two cultures and viewpoints.


Both exhibitions are hold at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo. Please feel free to come for both or only one exhibition. It is also up to you which exhibition you want to see first and second.

If you want to check out both exhibitions, then meet at the ticket booth at 2 PM, get tickets, and see the exhibition in whichever order you like. But please time your viewing so that it finishes at 5 PM. We get together again at the very same ticketing area at 5 PM and then go for drinks.

If you want to join for only one exhibition, please feel free to come at 2 PM or later. But please shoot me an email (0wx385553x1613j @ ezweb.ne.jp) to inform me of your plan, so that I know you are coming and we will wait for you at 5 PM.

Exhibition 1: Neotropicalia - When Lives Become Form
Admission Fee: ?1200

Exhitibion 2: Daido Moriyama + Miguel Rio Branco
Admission Fee: ?900

Site for both exhibitions: http://www.mot-art-museum.jp/english/84/

There are some signs from the station to the museum, but it is not a simple "just go straight" route. If you want to walk together, I will wait for you at Kiyosumi Shirakawa Station, Exit B2, from 1:40 to 1:45 PM.

Please come to the museum on time. Note that you will end up wasting other participants time if you are late.

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