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Liechtenstein is the only country in the world named after the family name of the ruling monarch. Although it is a small nation situated between Switzerland and Austria, Liechtenstein holds one of the most extensive private art collections in the world.
Location: Hiroshima Prefectural Art Museum, Hiroshima
Roman Signer (born in 1938) is a Swiss artist active since the 1970s. He uses daily objects like kayaks or furniture to cause movement with elements such as fire, water, and wind in a humorous and sometimes absurd manner.
Location: Marugame Genichiro-Inokuma Museum of Contemporary Art, Kagawa
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When the Swiss/French ballet legend Maurice Béjart set about choreographing a new ballet for the Tokyo Ballet in 1993, he chose Japanese novelist Yukiko Mishima as a motif.
Swiss artist Uriel Orlow is known for his modular, multimedia installations that take specific locations and events as starting points and combine archival research with evocative visuals and sounds.
Location: Contemporary Art Gallery Art Tower Mito, Ibaraki
The Bauhaus was a school in Germany that had a stunning impact on the 20th century art and design history.
Location: Tokyo Station Gallery, Tokyo
Selections from the Ishibashi Foundation Collection -Special Section New Acquisitions: The Paul Klee Collection
In 2019, the Artizon Museum, the former Bridgestone Museum of Art, acquired twenty-four works by Paul Klee (1879–1940), a major Swiss artist of the first half of the twentieth century.
Location: Artizon Museum, Tokyo
Thirteen Swiss students (between 7 and 16 years old) from the music school Musikschule Zürcher Oberland (MZO) will embark on a 2-week journey to the Japanese community of Ishigaki in Okinawa to perform "One Blue Sky" together with the Ishigaki Youth Choir.
Location: Ishigaki city hall, Okinawa
[Notice] To support the official measures aimed at limiting the spread of COVID-19, the exhibition is postponed. More information: HOLE IN THE WALL
Location: HOLE IN THE WALL, Tokyo
Yann Becker, a Swiss photographer based in Japan since 2010, exhibits the photos of his own personal Japan: the places he has discovered and the people he has met.
Location: Gallery Koto, Kyoto
INFLUUT – This duo from Geneva, consisting of scientist Daniel Maszkowicz playing electronics and actress/dancer/musician Nat Cilia on saxophone, will bring their unique electro-acoustic sound to the Japanese audience.
Location: Kyoto, Osaka, Hiroshima, Nagoya, Omiya, Yokohama, Tokyo, Sapporo
Swiss artist Jean Paul Blais refers to his work as “The silence of thought”, as his creations often trigger moments of silence.
Location: Gallery Tsubaki, Tokyo
5 artists from Switzerland (Ana Vujic, Jasmin Glaab, Susi Kramer, Steph Hermes and Roy Andres Hofer) and 4 Japanese artists (Kohei Kanomata, Koharu Kawakatsu, Izumi Sakamoto, Satoru Takahashi) gather for the second edition of the „miniature of nature” group exhibition.
Location: ARTnSHELTER, Tokyo
Yann Becker is a Swiss photographer based in Japan since 2010 who offers a very personal gaze on the archipelago.
Location: Gallery Kaze, Osaka
Yodel singer and composer Marie Theres von Gunten joins Japanese musicians to hold a special Swiss Christmas concert.
Location: International Christian University Chapel,