STARS EXHIBITION ONLINE SHOP
Original goods and merchandise of STARS are available online through this special online shop. Open until
January 3, 2021. January 12, 2021. January 12, 2021. (* Business period extended) International shipping NOT available.
Kataoka Mami (Director, Mori Art Museum)
Kondo Kenichi (Senior Curator, Mori Art Museum)
Tsubaki Reiko (Curator, Mori Art Museum)
Tokuyama Hirokazu (Associate Curator, Mori Art Museum)
Yahagi Manabu (Assistant Curator, Mori Art Museum)
Nanjo Fumio (Senior Advisor, Mori Art Museum)
Alexandra Munroe (Senior Curator, Asian Art and Senior Advisor, Global Arts, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum; and Interim Director, Curatorial Affairs, Guggenheim Abu Dhabi Project)
Size: A4 variation (28.2 x 21 cm)
Number of Pages: 328 pages
Languages: Japanese-English bilingual
Price: 3,300 yen (incl. tax)
Date of Issue: September 20, 2020
Edited & Published by: Mori Art Museum and Bijutsu Shuppan-Sha Co., Ltd.
Inquiries: Mori Art Museum ShopTel: +81-(0)3-6406-6118
We would like to apologize for the following error we made during the editorial production on p. 39 of the exhibition catalogue:
4．著者訳。Howard N. Fox, “A Primal Spirit,” in A Primal Spirit: Ten Contemporary Japanese Sculptors, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 1990, p. 39.
4．ハワード・N・フォックス「プライマル スピリット」光山清子訳、『プライマル スピリット―今日の造形精神』東京：アルカンシェール美術財団、1990年、pp. 23-24
Goods and Merchandise
A number of exhibition original goods and merchandise created by the STARS artists are available for purchase at the Mori Art Museum Shop. More items that are sure to please the fans of these artists will keep coming. Here is a sample of some of what’s available.
■ Takashi Murakami
Pop Up Flower Plate
This is a large-sized rectangular plate approximately 37 cm wide featuring a section of the design used in Murakami’s new gigantic artwork in the STARS exhibition Pop Up Flower (2020) which spans over 17 meters in size.
The plate features a flower design laid out on lustrous milky-white bone china, giving a sense of warmth. It can be used to impart a vivid pop sensibility to your dining table, or enjoyed as a decorative piece.
Size: 200 x 370 mm
Material: Bone china
Price: 19,800 yen (incl. tax)
“Fujiyama-chan” by Usaburo Kokeshi
This is an original kokeshi doll made specifically for the STARS exhibition, through collaboration with the Usaburo Kokeshi Studio located at the foot of the eastern slope of Mt. Haruna and Takashi Murakami. The idea for this kokeshi doll was inspired by Cherry Blossom Fujiyama JAPAN, the large-scale painting approximately 20 meters wide created for this exhibition.
Size: approx. 18 cm
Price: 66,000 yen (incl. tax)
* Only 1,000 available.
* Includes signed paulownia wood box with original-style wrapping. Numbered serially.
■ Lee Ufan
This bone china mug with a beautiful rounded shape evokes a special feeling with an “Ikkyu” design drawn by Lee Ufan. The idea behind the design was for people to “take a break while holding it in their hands.”
Size: 84 mm (height) x Φ95 mm (diameter)
Fluid capacity: 360 cc (when filled to the 7/10th mark)
Price: 4,950 yen (incl. tax)
On sale from:
the latter part of October 2020 (TBD) Now on Sale
■ Yayoi Kusama
“WOMEN WAIT FOR LOVE, BUT MEN ALWAYS WALK AWAY” Plate
This is a square plate containing a painting in STARS exhibition from her latest painting series “My Eternal Soul” entitled WOMEN WAIT FOR LOVE, BUT MEN ALWAYS WALK AWAY (2009). This beautiful plate is made of bone china, with a soft whiteness and translucency.
Size: 260 x 206 mm
Price: 14,300 yen (incl. tax)
On sale from: Monday, October 5, 2020
■ Tatsuo Miyajima
Tatsuo Miyajima is known for his works that use digital counters made of LEDs to depict the numbers 1 through 9. The novelty available from his exhibit this time is a glass with a scattered pattern of digital numbers. The numbers change color when the glass is filled with water, with green and blue colors that become more vivid and seem to float off the glass.
Size: 85 mm (height) x Φ83 mm (diameter)
Fluid capacity: 300 ml
Price: 1,980 (incl. tax)
On sale from: Friday, October 2, 2020
■ Yoshitomo Nara
“Miss Moonlight” and “The Little Star Dweller” Jigsaw Puzzles
These jigsaw puzzles feature designs from Yoshitomo Nara’s work in the exhibition, Miss Moonlight (2020, new) and The Little Star Dweller (2006)*. The puzzles are challenging to put together, each containing 1,000 pieces. With each additional piece, you will become more familiar with the gentle visage of the girls portrayed in Nara’s works, and enjoy the feeling of achievement once the puzzle is done.
* The Little Star Dweller is not included in the exhibition.
Size: 735 x 510 mm
Price: 3,850 yen (incl. tax)
On sale from: Friday, October 2, 2020
■ Hiroshi Sugimoto
“DANGER - HIGH VOLTAGE” Umbrella
An umbrella decorated with a striking flash of lightning that tears through the jet-black night sky. The motif used for this umbrella is the work* of Hiroshi Sugimoto’s “Lightning Fields” series, which was created by artificially generating a flash of lightning and discharging it on a photolithography plate.
* “Lightning Fields” series is not included in the exhibition.
Size: 650 mm
Price: 8,800 yen (incl. tax)
On sale from: Friday, December 18, 2020
We are now offering a colorful lineup of original goods and merchandise for purchase by popular demand. The lineup also includes a wide range of products that are reasonably priced, so be sure to purchase one of these items to commemorate your visit to the exhibit.
Inquiries: Mori Art Museum Shop
Exhibition-Related Learning Programs
A series of talks by STARS participating artists along with various online programs (as part of “LEARNING ONLINE” under “MAM Digital”) are currently in planning. Check the website for the latest information and updates.
Inquiries: Learning, Mori Art Museum
Murakami’s Haha Bangla Manus (“Flower Parent and Child”) Sculpture Goes on Display in Roppongi Hills! Also Check the “Flower Cafe” and the Social Media Campaign
Murakami now has huge 10-meter golden sculpture Haha Bangla Manus (“Flower Parent and Child”) on display at Roppongi Hills’ 66 Plaza. This is a part of the “ROPPONGI HILLS TAKASHI MURAKAMI PROJECT.” The project opened up “Flower Cafe” on Friday, November 27 for a limited-time, and is now running a “Social Media Posting Campaign” together with the STARS exhibition. See the details here.
STARS x Roppongi Hills Keyakizaka Illuminations x Sky Deck
“Wishing upon STARS” Campaign
Mori Art Museum is to run a discount campaign “Wishing upon STARS” from Friday, November 13 to Friday, December 25, 2020. Those who come visit the STARS exhibition in pairs after 17:00 will be granted free admission to the Rooftop Sky Deck by showing a photo taken of illuminations in Roppongi Hills.
After viewing masterpieces of contemporary art superstars at the museum, enjoy the splendid night sky and stars from the Sky Deck.
“Wishing upon STARS” Campaign
- Those who come to visit the STARS exhibition in pairs after 17:00 (daily)
- Take illumination photos at the Keyakizaka, Roppongi Hills and show one at the ticket counter, and Sky Deck admission for the pair will be free (usually additional 500 yen per adult).
- Campaign Period:
- Friday, November 13 - Friday, December 25, 2020
- Hours of Mori Art Museum
* 10:00-17:00 on Tuesdays
* Last admission until 30 minutes before closing time.
- Hours of Sky Deck
- Friday, November 13 - Friday, November 27, 2020
11:00-20:00（Last Admission: 19:30)
Saturday, November 28 - Friday, December 25, 2020
13:00-22:00 (Last Admission: 21:30)
* “Chirstmas in the Sky 2020” is running during the same period.
- “ROPPONGI HILLS CHRISTMAS 2020” Keyakizaka Illuminations
- Keyakizaka of the Roppongi Hills will be lit up yet again this winter – Keyakizaka Illuminations, one of the most popular illuminations will be returning!
Stylish and sophisticated “SNOW&BLUE” 700,000 LED lights will cover the 400-meter-long Keyakizaka Street in Roppongi Hills.
17:00-23:0016:00-20:00, Friday, November 13 - Friday, December 25, 2020 * Hours change from Monday, December 21.
“STARS Discount for Students”
Mori Art Museum will be running a discount campaign, showing support to students whose lifestyles have changed dramatically due to the proliferation of COVID-19 pandemic.
All students are granted 50% off admission discount during the campaign period. Take advantage of the opportunity and make an actual visit to the Museum and experience the power of the STARS artists first-hand!
“STARS Discount for Students” for a Limited Period
- Discount Rate:
- Students (University/Highschool) 1,300 yen → 650 yen
* Students are those in high school, university, college, graduate school etc.
- Monday, September 21 - Saturday, October 31, 2020
A web-application STARS audio guide is available for the Museum visitors. This audio guide includes a series of artist interviews and introduces the exhibited works in the exhibition.
* Accessible only at the venue (Museum).
* As the guide is via web application, visitors are requested to bring and use their own devices (e.g. smartphones, tablets) and earphones.
* Neither devices nor earphones are available for rent.
Number of Tracks: 14
Length: Approx. 30 min.
Available in: English/Japanese
Rental Fee: 500 yen (incl. tax)
Yayoi Kusama’s audio recording is courtesy of The Asahi Shimbun Company.
STARS + Grand Hyatt Tokyo
Collaboration Menu Featuring Takashi Murakami’s “Flower”
Join us at “The French Kitchen” (2F, Grand Hyatt Tokyo) for a new afternoon tea menu that celebrates the work of Takashi Murakami, one of six artists featured in the STARS exhibition. “Fiorentina Pastry Boutique” will also join the collaboration and offer adorable “flower” sugar cookies that are carefully crafted by our award-winning pastry chefs.
“Takashi Murakami Flower Afternoon Tea”
The French Kitchen (2nd Floor)
“The French Kitchen” will offer a special afternoon tea inspired by his famous “Flower” works. Guests can indulge in Instagrammable desserts such as a colorful flower fromage blanc mousse and our popular strawberry shortcake lined with colorful mini profiteroles that resembles a flower field.
* Please note that photos are an image and the desserts will be served at the table on individual stands.
The French Kitchen (2F, Grand Hyatt Tokyo)
Period: Sunday, November 1 -
Wednesday, December 23, 2020 Sunday, January 31, 2021
Hours: 15:00-17:00 (Last Order: 16:00）* Seating is limited to 90 minutes
Price: 4,800 yen (Excl. tax and service charge)
“Takashi Murakami ‘Flower’ Sugar Cookies”
Fiorentina Pastry Boutique (1st Floor)
The award-winning pastry chefs at “Fiorentina Pastry Boutique” will offer delightful icing cookies modeled after artist Takashi Murakami’s famous “Flower” works.
Fiorentina Pastry Boutique (1F, Grand Hyatt Tokyo)
Period: Sunday, November 1 - Wednesday, December 23, 2020 * Sold out
Price: 1,500 yen (Excl. tax and service charge)
Details and reservation of The French Kitchen here.