Exhibitions

Another Energy: Power to Continue Challenging - 16 Women Artists from around the World

2021.4.22 [Thu] - 2022.1.16 [Sun]

“Free Admission for Another Energy Generation” Campaign Is Back!

For a limited time, Mori Art Museum is launching a free admission campaign for visitors from the same generation as the Another Energy artists, namely, aged from 72 to 106.

For:
Those Aged 72-106
Campaign Admission:
Free
* Usual admission fee for seniors is 1,700 yen [weekdays] / 1,900 yen [Sat., Sun., and holidays].
* Please present a valid form of ID at the “Museum & Observatory Tickets / Information” (3F, Roppongi Hills Mori Tower) on the day of your visit.
* Please note that this free admission does not apply to tickets purchased online.
Period:
Wednesday, December 1 - Friday, December 31, 2021

“MAM Meets Museums”

While movement and travels are limited due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are now launching a new project where we ‘virtually’ visit the latest, ‘must-see’ exhibitions and museums around the world - made possible by the Mori Art Museum linking with the other museums online.
This is one of the Mori Art Museum’s undertakings to create opportunities to ‘virtually’ experience art from around the world.
The simultaneous livestreaming will be through the Mori Art Museum’s social media: TikTok; YouTube; Twitter; and Facebook.

Vol.1 Mori Art Museum x S.M.A.K. Live

* Conducted in English-language only

Date & Time:
18:00-18:30, Tuesday, November 2, 2021
Fee:
Free
Simultaneous Livestreaming through the Mori Art Museum's social media: TikTok; YouTube; Twitter; and Facebook
Anna Bella Geiger
Installation view: Another Energy: Power to Continue Challenging - 16 Women Artists from around the World, Mori Art Museum, Tokyo, 2021
Photo: Furukawa Yuya

“One-Coin Admission for Students and Children for a Limited-Time Only” Campaign to Commemorate the Exhibition Period Extension!

We are launching a discount campaign in November yet again to show support to students and children for one month only - from Monday, November 1 through Tuesday, November 30, 2021 - where students and children will be admitted to the Mori Art Museum for just “one coin,” i.e., 500 yen across the board.
We hope that many students and children will come visit the Another Energy exhibition where you could feel and receive the extraordinary energy that artworks by artists aged 72-106, all active all over the world, emits.
Mori Art Museum will continue providing opportunities for students and children to enjoy and experience art.

“One-Coin Admission for Students and Children for a Limited-Time Only” Campaign to Commemorate the Exhibition Period Extension!

For:
Students: University, College/Jr. College, High School Students
Children: Those from Age 4 up to those in Junior High School
Campaign Admission:
500 yen across the board for students and children
* Admission for a student usually is 1,300 yen [weekdays] / 1,400 yen [Sat., Sun., and holidays] and for a child 700 yen [weekdays] / 800 yen [Sat., Sun., and holidays].
Campaign Period:
Monday, November 1 - Tuesday, November 30, 2021 Sunday, December 12, 2021

Grand Hyatt Tokyo’s “Grand Luxury Journey” Stay Package

As part of Grand Hyatt Tokyo’s new Presidential Suite Plan in their “Grand Luxury Journey” stay package, which is a plan designed to offer an extravagant travel journey in Roppongi Hills, a special offer is now available for guests to enjoy an exclusive private viewing of the Another Energy exhibition at the Mori Art Museum. In the private museum space, visitors can spend as much time as they would like to become immersed in the artwork. The package also includes tickets to the Tokyo City View Indoor Observation Deck and Sky Deck, where guests can take in the sweeping panoramic views of metropolitan Tokyo from the Roppongi Hills Mori Tower.

Plan name:
“Grand Luxury Journey”
Presidential Suite Plan (two nights)
Suite room plan (one night)
Period of Availability:
Monday, November 1, 2021 - Thursday, March 31, 2022 (up through checkout)
* The exclusive private visit of Another Energy exhibition is available through Sunday, January 16, 2022.
Details:
See the Grand Hyatt Tokyo website for more information.

 

 


“Free Admission for Another Energy Generation” Campaign

For a limited time, Mori Art Museum is launching a free admission campaign for visitors from the same generation as the Another Energy artists, namely, aged from 72 to 106.

For:
Those Aged 72-106
Campaign Admission:
Free

* Usual admission fee for seniors is 1,700 yen [weekdays] / 1,900 yen [Sat., Sun., and holidays].
* Please present a valid form of ID at the “Museum & Observatory Tickets / Information” (3F, Roppongi Hills Mori Tower) on the day of your visit.
* Please note that this free admission does not apply to tickets purchased online.

Period:
Saturday, September 18 - Sunday, September 26, 2021

* Carmen Herrera had her 106th birthday in May, and Miriam Cahn her 72nd this past July.

Carmen Herrera
Born 1915 in Havana; lives in New York
Photo: Jason Schmidt
Courtesy: Lisson Gallery
Miriam Cahn
Born 1949 in Basel, Switzerland; lives in Bregaglia
Photo: Junker
Courtesy: Meyer Riegger, Berlin/Karlsruhe

Book Store B&B Fair: “Yet Another ‘Another Energy’“

Another Energy exhibition-related fair has been ongoing at the book store B&B, located in Shimokitazawa, Tokyo.
At the bookstore B&B, Another Energy exhibition catalogue, original goods and merchandise, various books in theme of “another energy” selected by B&B and ZINE, 30 lineups in total, are showcased and sold.

Book Fair at Book Store B&B: “Yet Another ‘Another Energy’”

Fair Period:
Saturday, September 11 to Sunday, October 17, 2021 Sunday, October 31 * Period extended

B&B
BONUS TRACK 2F, 2-36-15 Daita, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo 155-0033
http://bookandbeer.com/


Special Discount Campaign “One-Coin Admission for Students and Children for a Limited-Time Only”

Mori Art Museum is launching a special discount campaign to show support to students and children for a limited time only - from Thursday, April 22 (exhibition opening day) through Monday, May 31, 2021, students and children are each admitted to the Mori Art Museum for just “one coin,” i.e., 500 yen across the board.
A number of many students and children are currently affected by the spread of COVID-19. Museum is running this campaign in hopes of providing them with opportunities for physical learning and experiences.

Special Discount Campaign “One-Coin Admission for Students and Children for a Limited-Time Only”

For:
Students: University, College/Jr. College, High School Students
Children: Those from Age 4 up to those in Junior High School
Campaign Admission:
500 yen, across the board for students and children
* Admission for a student usually is 1,300 yen [weekdays] / 1,400 yen [Sat., Sun., and holidays] and for a child 700 yen [weekdays] / 800 yen [Sat., Sun., and holidays].
Period:
Thursday, April 22 - Monday, May 31, 2021 Saturday, July 31, 2021
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