Also known as 'Yebizo', this annual festival highlights art and imagery from across the globe. Its tenth edition is centred around the theme ‘Mapping the Invisible’, meaning that the presented artworks, screenings, performances and talks will all be referencing ‘that which can’t be seen’. There’s plenty of domestic and international talent to admire at the Tokyo Photographic Art Museum, but definitely spare a minute for Dutch-Brazilian, internet-centric artist Rafaël Rozendaal’s series ‘Into Time’, which involves hologram-like works that let you see changing colours and shapes when standing in front of them. Meanwhile, the museum's ground-floor hall is where to catch film screenings. From experimental fare and documentaries to animation and modern art pieces, there will be plenty to choose from, including films from Myanmar’s Wathann Film Festival.
Note that there are no programmes on February 13 and 19.