5th Edition TIAF | 07-08 JUNE 2019 | BELLESALLE ROPPONGI, TOKYO JAPAN
The city of Tokyo will be playing host to hundreds of talented artists from all around the world when it stages the fifth edition of the Tokyo International Art Fair on 07-08 June 2019, Bellesalle Roppongi. More than 150 exhibitors from over 40 countries will be filling the prime located venue with an incredible display of art, with more pieces than ever before gathered under one roof for visitors to admire and to buy in the city’s largest Artist showcase of modern and contemporary art.
Please note: All applications submitted will be taken into a reviewing process by the curators team.
Another year of art awesomeness! BELLESALLE Roppongi is to host again the Tokyo International Art Fair now in its fifth year - yet again expecting thousands of art loving visitors and huge sales. Roppongi (å…æœ¬æœ¨, literally "six trees") is a district of Minato, Tokyo, Japan, famous for the affluent Roppongi Hills development area which includes the famous Mori Art Museum.
Highlights for TIAF 2019 >A newly established exhibition platform for exhibitors that cannot attend in person -Digital Art Showcaseread morehere
> We have welcomed new partners this year, amongst them are:The Wall Street Journal,Sotheby's, andArtnet.
> Read thePress Releasehere(ENG version] Collectible art signed byDalai LamaandStephen Hawkinsinspired art on show...
> The Private View on Friday 7th June 2019. VIP Tickets are availableonline.
One of most popular art fair's in Japan. The event has now opened applications to submit for participation to exhibit. Curated and limited availability.
Graduate students from the Yale School of Music will perform chamber music in the Library Court. Space is limited.Learn more...
PROGRAM FOR TEACHERS
Visual Literacy Consortium
Thursday, November 1, 4–5:30 pm
This informal group of K-12 educators will meet to explore visual literacy and its role in the school curriculum. Ideas presented in the summer teacher institute are incorporated in gallery time to work toward an expanded notion of literacy that includes making meaning from visual and written texts.Learn more...
FILMS OF INNOCENCE AND EXPERIENCE
These screenings are a part of the artist’s film series Films of Innocence and Experience, with titles selected by George Shaw. All screenings are free and, unless otherwise noted, take place in the Center’s Lecture Hall. Seating is limited. The description below is written by Shaw:
A Clockwork Orange
Friday November 2, 7 pm (Whitney Humanities Center, 53 Wall Street)
“If you want a picture of the future, imagine a boot stamping on a human face—forever.” So wrote George Orwell in 1984. That picture and that future appeared in cinemas as A Clockwork Orange. Based on Anthony Burgess’s 1962 novel, Kubrick’s film follows the teenage Alex and his gang of “droogs” on a trail of rape, murder, and “ultraviolence” leading to his eventual psychological “rehabilitation.” In the spirit of much dystopian science fiction, the film remains shocking and relevant. Kubrick himself withdrew the film from British release in response to allegations that it led to copycat violence (1971, rated R, 136 minutes).
Saturday November 3, 2 pm
In this psychological crime drama, Sean Connery plays police detective Johnson investigating the murder of a child. The film follows the arrest and interrogation of one of the suspects, during which Johnson violently unravels as he replays his own disturbing life and is taunted by the prisoner. As in many of Sidney Lumet’s films, we see innocence beaten into experience and the injustice of social institutions (1973, rated R, 112 minutes).