10 April 2010 - 4 July 2010
18 July 2010 - 3 November 2010
“SickeTel—Kyupi Kyupi and Ishibashi” is the first large-scale exhibition in Japan of the works of Kyupi Kyupi and Yoshimasa Ishibashi. Composed primarily of new creations—including recent moving image works by Ishibashi and a large-scale moving image installation created by Kyupi Kyupi for the spaces of this museum—the exhibition immerses visitors in their dazzling world of moving imagery. [Detail]

Kyupi Kyupi, Sicke Monica, 2010 Photo: Yoshimasa Ishibashi

21 November 2010 - 20 February 2011
This first exhibition looks at the spirit of Science. With fear and trepidation, humans approached nature and set forth explicating all they encountered. Sugimoto himself has drawn inspiration from the likes of Faraday, Talbot and Newton to conduct exacting observations and experiments, probes into the very essence of phenomena resulting in images of primal dynamism. Concentrated distillations of scientific curiosity, these works may very well awaken an awe of nature lying dormant deep inside the viewer. [Detail]

Polarized Colors 037, 2010
©Hiroshi Sugimoto / Courtesy of Gallery Koyanagi