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A new wave of spaces has emerged to embrace the city’s pop sensibility and challenge the status quo

The German director discusses his latest Oscar-nominated film and adopting the philosophy of a Tokyo toilet cleaner

BY Stefania Tsivelekidou |

From Arisa Kumagai’s ecclesiastical symbolism to Rika Minamitani’s carnivalesque paintings, here are the shows to see in Japan’s capital

BY Angel Lambo |

From Nerhol’s impressionistic abstractions to Cai Guo-Qiang’s AI generated firework explosions

BY John L. Tran |

At SCAI Piramide, Tokyo, six artists have selected previously unseen photographs by Akasegawa that reflect the dizzying range of his work and his trenchant critique of capitalism

BY Andrew Maerkle |

At Komaba Museum, Tokyo, a retrospective showcases the late postwar artist and theorist’s dedication to transforming polarized media representations

BY Azby Brown |

The paintings and woodcuts at Tokyo’s Taka Ishii Gallery miss something in their nostalgia for an older vision of image-making

BY Ella Fleck |

At Mujin-to Production, Tokyo, the artist’s Clockwork Orange-like experiments confront us with the visceral traumas of war

BY Ryan Holmberg |

The mural depicts a dystopian Tokyo hosting the 2020 Olympics

BY Philip Brophy |

‘It’s a sinewy and organic thing, almost threatening, in an otherwise boring district of embassies and hotels’

BY Sam Thorne |

A recent show traces the creative legacies of an artist and an architect who helped shape Japan’s futurist aspirations

BY Philip Brophy |

Blum & Poe, Tokyo, Japan

BY Sophie Knezic |

Our picks of the best recent and current shows in the Japanese capital

BY Sophie Knezic |

A guide to the best current shows in the capital of Japan

BY Andrew Maerkle |

Taka Ishii Gallery Photography / Film, Tokyo, Japan

BY Claire Kohda Hazelton |

Mori Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan

BY Prajna Desai |

The provocative works of the Japanese collective Chim↑Pom

Various venues, Fukushima & Watari Museum, Tokyo, Japan

BY Philip Brophy |

How artists and photographers in Japan have responded to the disasters of 3 March 2011

BY Christy Lange |