Current events (6)
Object 1 6 of 6
Since 2016, Swiss and Japanese vocalists, sound artists and performers Rahel Kraft and Tomoko Hojo have developed a collaborative practice around sound, place and intimacy.
Location: Kyoto Art Center, Kyoto Nakanojo Biennale 2019, Gunma
Held in Okayama City once every three years, the Okayama Art Summit is an international exhibition of contemporary art, placed this year under the title «IF THE SNAKE».
Location: Several venues in Okayama city
As a mirror of the GINMAKU Japanese Film Festival in Switzerland, the Helvetica Swiss Film Festival takes place in Japan for the very first time.
Location: Tokyo Photographic Art Museum
The Montreux Jazz Festival is recognized as one of the most important and renowned music festivals in the world.
Location: Tokyo Nihonbashi Mitsui Hall, Tokyo
Liechtenstein is the only country in the world named after the family name of the ruling monarch. Although it is a small country situated between Switzerland and Austria, Liechtenstein holds one of the most extensive private art collections in the world.
Location: The Bunkamura Museum of Art, Tokyo
The Swiss "Lied Duo" of Raphaël Favre (Tenor) & Satoko Kato (Piano) join the Kitatopia International Music Festival 2019
Location: Kitatopia Tsutsuji Hall, Tokyo
Past events (283)
Born in Zurich and trained in Toronto, Swiss photographer Nicolas Henri is active in Switzerland, in Germany and now in Japan with solo and group exhibitions.
Location: Gallery Tosei, Tokyo
Location: Fukushima city concert hall, Fukushima
Exhibition ; Literature
Two years after its last instalment, the Tokyo Art Book Fair (TABF), Asia’s biggest of its kind, makes its comeback at the Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo.
The Notos Quartet, including Swiss violist Andrea Burger, will tour Japan for the rst time in July. The Notos Quartet’s vision is not only to perform well-known masterpieces, but also to reveal lost and forgotten treasures, and to champion new compositions for piano and three string instruments.
Location: Kyoto, Nagoya, Tokyo
Davos and Ueda City have been sister cites since 1976, and have maintained strong o cial and friendship ties.
Location: Sugadaira Kogen, Nagano
The Bauhaus is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year.
Location: Kuwasawa Design School, Tokyo
Short Shorts Film Festival & Asia (SSFF & ASIA), one of Asia’s largest Academy Awards®-accredited short lm festivals, will hold its 2019 edition in Tokyo. The festival has received approximately 10,000 short lms submitted from over 120 countries and regions. Out of these, around 200 have been selected to be presented at the festival.
Location: several venues in Shibuya and Harajuku, Tokyo
The Swiss quartet Anemochore consists of Sebastian Strinning (tenor saxophone & bass clarinet), Frantz Loriot (viola), Daniel Studer (double bass) and Benjamin Brodbeck (drums).
Location: several venues in Tokyo, Takasaki, Osaka, Kyoto, Sapporo
ECAL/University of Art and Design Lausanne is regarded as one of the world leading platforms for academic and creative undertakings.
Location: Cibone aoyama
Music Festival Argerich’s Meeting Point was initiated by Switzerland-based pianist Martha Argerich with the aim to bring high-quality music to children, cultivate their aesthetic sentiments, and foster young talents by giving them the opportunity to perform with renowned artists.
Location: several locations in Oita, Tokyo and Ibaraki
For the first time ever, a choreographer combines dance with immersive virtual reality in a work that provides viewers with a unique sensory experience.
Location: Spiral Garden (Spiral 1F), Tokyo
Led by Japanese musician Dai Kimoto, the Switzerland based children jazz band «Swing Kids» is touring Japan for the 9th time.
Location: 5 venues in Tokyo, Aichi, Osaka