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The Doraemon Exhibition Tokyo 2017

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  • The Doraemon Exhibition Tokyo 2017

    1 November 2017 – 8 January 2018
    Mori Arts Center Gallery

    Since its birth in 1970, Doraemon, a cat-shaped robot time travelling from the 22th century and the hugely popular character by manga artist Fujiko F Fujio, has fascinated the world through comic strip, TV animation and movie series.


    “Would you create your own Doraemon, please?”

    Organized under such concept, the exhibition brings together 28 Japanese artists and units to realize their unique art of Doraemon in a variety of media, from photography, video, cartoon, to Japanese painting and sculpture.

    15 years after the first Doraeomon exhibition held in 2002, this edition will feature the most famous manga icon in various art forms, under the direction of Yuji Yamashita (art historian / professor at Meiji Gakuin University).

    The Doraemon Exhibition Tokyo 2017 (amuzen article)
    Takashi Murakami, title to be announced
    ©2017 Takashi Murakami/Kaikai Kiki Co., Ltd. All Rights Reserved.
    ©Fujiko-Pro

     

    ◆ Participating artists

    Makoto Aida Mika Ninagawa
    Kayo Ume Miran Fukuda
    Motohiko Odani Kumi Machida
    Tomoko Konoike Mr.
    Masaharu Sato Takashi Murakami
    Kotobuki Shiriagari Yasumasa Morimura + Junko Koike
    Yoshitomo Nara Akira Yamaguchi
    Yasuyuki Nishio Nozomi Watanabe

     

    Works to be realized after the Doraemon movie series

    Ryota Kuwakubo Yuta Nakazato
    Akinori Goto Suito Nakatsuka
    Satomi Kondo Sebastian Masuda
    Tomoyoshi Sakamoto Hidenori Yamaguchi + Wataru Ito
    Shin Yamazaki Ryuki Yamamoto
    Ai Shinohara Renarena

     

    The Doraemon Exhibition Tokyo 2017 (amuzen article)
    A work for the previous exhibition (“ぼくと弟とドラえもんとの夏休み”)
    Takashi Murakami
    ©Fujiko-pro & Takashi Murakami / Kaikai Kiki 2002

* The above is the information known at the time of publication and subject to change without prior notice.

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