Kengo Kuma Exhibition

Art The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo , Takebashi Friday July 17 2020 - Sunday October 25 2020

Time Out says

There seems to be no stopping Kengo Kuma: the world-conquering starchitect has been busy stamping his mark on cities around the globe for almost two decades now, and his wood-incorporating designs have become familiar urban features from Beijing to Besançon and Dundee. In Tokyo, some of the Yokohama native's more eye-catching recent creations include the New National Stadium, which is sure to feature prominently in this highly anticipated exhibition, and Takanawa Gateway Station. Besides architectural models and photos, the display, co-presented by the Japan Cultural Expo, includes cutting-edge video works created by the likes of Mikiya Takimoto and a room dedicated to Kuma's take on the ideal city.

Note: The dates and opening hours of this exhibition may change due to the Covid-19 coronavirus outbreak. Please see the official website for the latest details.



Venue name: The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo
Address: 3-1 Kitanomaru Koen, Chiyoda-ku

Transport: Takebashi Station (Tozai line), exit 1b

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