Events / art

Jam Session: The Ishibashi Foundation Collection × Mohri Yuko – On Physis

Nov 2 - Feb 9

The Artizon Museum has been holding its annual Jam Session, an exhibition consisting of a collaboration of works from the Ishibashi Foundation Collection and new works by a contemporary artist, since the museum opened in 2020. For the fifth Jam Session, Yuko Mohri, an artist of world-wide acclaim, has been invited to take part.

Primarily working in installations and sculpture, giving form to the flow or change latent in a specific space, whether magnetism and electric current, air and dust, water and temperature, Mohri opens up new paths to perception for the persons present. She does not try to control the environment but to build creative relationships aloft in that space. That approach, concerning the global environmental problems so urgent in recent years, may be one of the reasons her work is attracting such interest.
This exhibition, Mohri’s first large-scale exhibition in Tokyo, presents new and older works by Mohri along with works from the Ishibashi Foundation Collection chosen from her perspective as an artist, presenting “an organic, tranquil space filled with subtle sounds and motions” to be experienced only here.

Nov 2 (Sat) 2024 - Feb 9 (Sun) 2025

Opening Hours Information
Open - 10:00-18:00 (Fridays closing at 20:00)
Closed - Monday 
Open on November 4, and January 13
Closed on November 5, December 28 to January 3 and January 14

Online reservation tickets: ¥1200, On-site ticket sales: ¥1500, Students: Free (High school students and above, reservation required), Persons with disability identification cards and one accompanying person: Free (No reservation required)

Artizon Museum

1-7-2 Kyobashi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 104-0031

5-minute walk from the Yaesu Central exit of JR Tokyo Station, 5-minute walk from exit 6 at Kyobashi Station on the Ginza line, 5-minute walk from exit B1 at Nihombashi Station on the Ginza and Tozai lines or Toei Asakusa line.