Sat.18 December 2021 - Mon. 21 March 2022
Closed: Mondays (except 3, 10 January, 21 March 2022), Sat. 25- Fri. 31 December 2021, Tue. 4 January 2022
We exhibit Genichiro Inokuma's works during the New York era and exhibition posters and invitations of other artists who were active at the same time. Enjoy the abstract expression of Inokuma's New York era together with the historical background. [Detail]

Genichiro Inokuma, City Design, 1963
©The MIMOCA Foundation

Sat.2 April 2022 - Sun.3 July 2022
Closed: Mondays (except 2 May)
In 1975, Genichiro Inokuma left New York after living there for 20 years and started to split his time in Tokyo and Hawaii. This exhibition will show works from his later years starting then, featuring works with titles including two items such as "Circle and Square (1977)," produced throughout this period. As the images evolve, other diverse objects besides the two items in the title, both abstract and concrete, start to coexist within the plane, intricately arranged by the artist to create a harmonious balance. With such various objects incorporated, some works may be more difficult to decipher than others, but the titles will act as clues to unlocking the images. Utilizing the clues, Inokuma's aesthetic values in which he aimed to create a space where diverse objects peacefully coexist will be exemplified in this exhibition. [Detail]

Genichiro Inokuma, Circle and Square, 1977
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16 July 2022 - 6 November 2022
Closed: Mondays (except 18 July, 19 September, 10 October), Tue 19 July, 20 September, 11 October

Risaku Suzuki, La plaque sensible 18, PS-3, 2018
©Risaku Suzuki

Date: Sun. 20 November 2022 - Sun. 5 March 2023
Closed: Mondays (except 2, 9 January), Sun 25-31 December 2022, Wed 4, Tue 10 January 2023
This exhibition introduces 70 years of Inokuma's career, from his early to later years. We invite you to see the trajectory of Inokuma's creative process, as he pursued "Things not yet existing" throughout his life. [Detail]

Genichiro Inokuma, Windows and Constellation , 1985
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