Fei Art Museum Yokohama
Time Out says
This expansive art gallery, a six-minute walk from Yokohama Station’s west exit, believes beauty provides nourishment to the eye and the soul. Founder Hideharu Fukusaku knows plenty about the former: as head of the Fukusaku Eye Institute, he is an accomplished eye surgeon as well as an art lover and painter.
Opened in 2012 and still looking sleek and contemporary, the Fei Art Museum offers a program of solo and group exhibitions that pack both visual and emotional impact. The range of genres covered here is eclectic, with recent highlights including a show in which Lithuanian-born artist Tadaocern filled the space with an unnerving army of black balloons, around which Japanese dancers performed an interpretation of ‘Romeo and Juliet’.
Yokohama Tsuruyacho Bldg. 1F, 3-33-2 Tsuruyacho, Yokohama
|Opening hours:||Tue-Sun 10am-7pm, closed Mon|