Members-only Event “MAMC Night” on August 8, 2017
The members-only event “MAMC Night” will be held on Tuesday, August 8, 2017.
Please enjoy a Gallery Tour of “SUNSHOWER: Contemporary Art from Southeast Asia 1980s to Now” by Kataoka Mami (Chief Curator, Mori Art Museum) and also a Talk Event by Mr. Mizuma Sueo, Executive Director of MIZUMA ART GALLERY.
Mr. Mizuma who also has the gallery branch in Singapore, is very savvy to contemporary art from Southeast Asia, having held “Traces of the Future: Contemporary Art from Southeast Asia” exhibition at the MIZUMA ART GALLERY until July 15, 2017. He will discuss on the latest of the scene with Kataoka.
- MAMC Night
- * Japanese-English simultaneous interpretation available
- Date & Time
- 19:00-22:00, 2017.8.8 [Tue] (Doors open 18:45 / Last admission 21:30)
- Mori Art Museum (53F, Roppongi Hills Mori Tower)
- Mori Art Museum Information (3F, Roppongi Hills Mori Tower)
- Open to all MAMC members
- Number of accompanied guests allowed
- Up to 2 guests for Benefactor, and up to 1 guest for Fellow
* Please note that members and their accompanying guests are requested to enter at the same time.
* Members, please be sure to attend the event if you have guest(s).
- 80 (bookings required)
- Free for all participants
- Booking Deadline
- 2017.7.30 [Sun]
* Please note that bookings may close once the number of bookings reaches the capacity.
* Please refrain from cancelling after the booking deadline.
- 18:45Doors open
21:00-22:00Free viewing (Last admission 21:30)
* Please note that there might be changes to the above schedule.
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Executive Director, Mizuma Art Gallery. Born in Tokyo. Graduated from the Literature Department of Seijo Univeristy, Tokyo. In the 1980s he began working with gallery projects, and in 1994 opened Mizuma Art Gallery in the Aoyama area of Tokyo (it is now located in Ichigayatamachi, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo). From 2000 onwards he expanded to work on an international scale, actively participating in numerous art fairs worldwide. Focusing on young artists from Japan and other Asian countries, Mizuma continues to discover, support and introduce their work to ever-greater audiences. With the objective of developing and expanding the contemporary art market still further within Asia, in 2008 he opened Mizuma & One Gallery in Beijing and in 2012 Mizuma Gallery opened in Singapore’s Gillman Barracks. As well as introducing to the world artists whose works are redolent with a spirit of critique, he also takes a proactive role in curating exhibitions such as the renowned recent "ZIPANGU" shows, which toured museums throughout Japan. The range of his contributions to the global art scene continues only to expand. Represented artists such as Aida Makoto, Yamaguchi Akira, Tenmyouya Hisashi, Ikeda Manabu and many others have now achieved worldwide recognition.
Mizuma is also the author of What is Value in Art? (Gentosha, Inc.); and MIZUMA: Geniuses from the land of handwork (Kyuryudo)
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