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Work List

Please download the work list of "Roppongi Crossing 2013: OUT OF DOUBT" (PDF/1.2MB)


Exhibition Flyer

Download the flyer of ”Roppongi Crossing 2013: OUT OF DOUBT" (PDF/5.9MB): here


Notice about Gallery 1

The following artworks may not be viewed when events/programs in conjunction with the exhibition take place in the exhibition gallery:


Date & Time:
Friday, September 27 around 18:00 – 22:00
Sunday, October 6 around 13:00 – 18:30
Saturday, October 12 around 12:00 – 17:30
Wednesday, November 13 around 15:30 – 20:30
Friday, November 15 around 17:00 – 22:00
Saturday, November 16 all day
Friday, November 22 around 17:00 – 22:00
Saturday, December 14 all day
Friday, December 20 around 16:00 – 24:00
Saturday, December 21 all day
Sunday, December 22 around 14:30-20:00
Monday & Holiday, December 23 around 12:30-20:00
Saturday, December 28 around 11:00 – 22:00

Thank you for your understanding in advance.



Text by:  Kataoka Mami, Reuben Keehan, Gabriel Ritter, Miryam Sas (Professor, Comparative Literature and Film & Media Studies, University of California, Berkeley)

Size / Number of pages: A4 variation (28.2×21cm) / 296 pages (TBC)
Languages: Japanese-English bilingual
Price: ¥2,940 (incl. tax)
Edited and Published by: Mori Art Museum / Heibonsha Ltd., Publishers
Date of Issue: October 17, 2013

Inquiries: Mori Art Center Museum Shop
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Glasses, Glass Candles


iPhone5 Covers


Original Goods

Don't miss the limited opportunity to purchase original exhibition goods!


2 variation (men's: white / women's: light beige)
Price: ¥3,150 (incl. tax)

* T-shirt in a new design is added!


2 variations (white / black)
Price: ¥2,100 (incl. tax)

Totebags (in full patterns)

1 variation
Price: ¥2,625 (incl. tax)


1 variation
Price: ¥1,260 (incl. tax)

Glass Candles

1 variation
Price: ¥1,890 (incl. tax)


1 variation
Price: ¥735 (incl. tax)

iPhone5 Covers

1 variation (set of 3)
Price: ¥1,890 (incl. tax)


2 variations
Price: ¥525 (incl. tax)

Mori Art Museum Shop (53F, Roppongi Hills Mori Tower)
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Roppongi Hills launches a special project!

Starting on October 7, Roppongi Hills launches "KANGAEYO (THINK)" PROJECT, inspired by "Roppongi Crossing 2013."
Many "questions" will be displayed at various locations in the Roppongi Hills.
"Roppongi Crossing 2013" participating-artists such as Akira Akira, Arai Takashi, Kazama Sachiko, Kaneuji Teppei, co-curators of the exhibition, Nanjo Fumio, Director of Mori Art Museum, et al., are joining this project.
The project may give you a hint to be inspired, to think, and to imagine!

Period of the project: Monday, October 7 - Friday, October 25, 2013
Venue: within Roppongi Hills
Special website: http://think.roppongihills.com * in Japanese only

Iwata Sohei×Prominority
House of Adivasi

Iwata Sohei×Prominority A Traditional Mud-wall House of the Santali People

A traditional mud-wall house of the Santali people of India will take shape in Roppongi Hills Mohri Garden!

Artist Iwata Sohei traveled to India in 2008 initially to study, and spent a total of 4 years living in the country, during which he collaborated with local villagers he met in a Santali ethnic minority village in building a water tower, a village library, housing and so on. He established an art collective “Prominority” in 2012, aiming to become a platform connecting ethnic minorities of the world and artists, while rethinking the meaning of modernization through various activities.
For this exhibition, 5 Santali people have been invited to take part as Iwata Sohei×Prominority will together build a Santali mud-wall house using traditional construction methods. Construction will begin in late August in the Mohri Garden within Roppongi Hills – a symbol of urban living - and is scheduled to finish in time for the opening of the exhibition.

For further information: Mori Art Museum Facebook

Endo Ichiro
Endo Ichiro and Go for Future Bus

Artist Endo Ichiro seeking supporters of Mirai-e-maru!

Endo Ichiro is seeking his new, Mirai-e-maru building project supporters via crowdfunding!

One of the participating artists “Future Artist” Endo Ichiro, has been travelling across the country to spread his positive messages and sleeping in a car called Mirai-e-go on which he encourages people to write down their hopes and dreams. Following the Great East Japan Earthquake, the artist in 2012 launched “RAINBOW JAPAN” project where he began touring the islands of Japan for months at a time, using the islands as his canvas to write encouraging messages with his GPS tracking signal. This summer however, he kicks off “RAINBOW JAPAN 3” that involves building the ship Mirai-e-maru (Go for Future Boat) aboard which he plans to take to the seas. Endo seeks the project supporters (investors) - the public can become investors in this project by purchasing tickets in 5 denominations ranging from 3000 yen to 300,000 yen. In turn, investors will receive various privileges depending on the value of the ticket they purchase.

Supporters are accepted until: Sunday, September 1, 2013 12:00 a.m.

For further information: http://motion-gallery.net/projects/rainbowjapan3

Notice Regarding Photography in the Galleries

At the exhibition "Roppongi Crossing 2013: OUT OF DOUBT" you can photograph the artworks by artists EXCEPT for the artists mentioned below.
Feel free to use your photographs on your own blogs or other social media.

These artists' works Can NOT be Photographed

Akasegawa Genpei, Arakawa Ei and Minamikawa Shimon, Chiba Masaya, Sasamoto Aki, Tajima Mika

Please note the following:

When taking permitted photographs:

Do not touch the works of art.
Do not interfere with other visitors' enjoyment of the museum.
Do not use flash lighting.
Do not use tripods.
Do not film the art works.

When using photographs taken of the exhibition:

  • Photographs may be used for non-commercial purposes only. Photographs shall NOT be used for commercial purposes.
  • Photographs shall NOT be altered in any way.
  • The conditions above are licensed under the Creative Commons License. When uploading photographs for blogs or any other photo-sharing services, please make sure to display the below marks and phrases with the photograph.

Examples: For photographs that include art work of [artist’s name]:

Artist’s name: work title
This photograph is licensed under "Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-NoDerivative Works 2.1 Japan."

For details about the Creative Commons License and marks, please see the Creative Commons Japan website: http://creativecommons.jp

* If photographs that include other museum visitors are made public, they may infringe on that person's right of portrait.