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Performance: Zero Cost House / New York, NY

01/10/2013 - 01/20/2013

A new performance created in collaboration between Pig Iron Theatre Company and Toshiki Okada will premiere in the Philadelphia Live Arts Festival. ZERO COST HOUSE is a sly, elusive work of autobiography, a play about moving out of Tokyo and re-reading Henry David Thoreau's Walden.

This performance is supported by The Japan Foundation through its Performing Arts JAPAN program.

January 10-20: Under the Radar (New York, NY)

Art Theater Guild and Japanese Underground Cinema, 1960-1986 / New York, NY

12/06/2012 - 02/10/2013

The most comprehensive retrospective of films from Art Theater Guild, the Japanese independent film company, will start from December 6, 2012 to February 10, 2013 in The Roy and Niuta Titus Theaters. The exhibition features Nobuhiko Obayashi, Susumu Hani, Shohei Imamura, Nagisa Oshima, Kaneto Sihndo and Koji Wakamatsu. Non-ATG programs of Japanese underground will be presented. This series is co-organized with The Museum of Modern Art.

Exhibition: World Heritage Photo Panels / Washington, DC

11/27/2012 - 01/06/2013

The Japan Foundation is pleased to announce the loan of Japanese World Heritage photo panels by photographer Kazuyoshi Miyoshi to the Japan Information and Culture Center at the Embassy of Japan in Washington, DC. Admission is free.

For details regarding the Japanese World Heritage photo panels and their loans please click here.

Rokuon-ji (Kinkaku-ji) Temple, Kyoto © Kazuyoshi Miyoshi /PPS

Exhibition: Tokyo 1955-1970: A New Avant-Garde at The Museum of Modern Art / New York, NY

11/18/2012 - 02/25/2013

The Japan Foundation is proud of co-organize with MoMA an exhibition that provides a focused look at the extraordinary concentration and network of creative individuals and practices in this dynamic city of Tokyo from the mid-1950's through 60's, with the work of around 60 artists. Featuring over 200 works of various media, the exhibition will offer a story of artistic crossings, collaborations, and, at times, conflicts, with the city as an incubator. It will introduce the myriad avant-garde experimentations that emerged as artists drew on the energy of this rapidly growing and changing metropolis.

Image: Yokoo Tadanori. "Diary of a Shinjuku Thief (Sōzōsha) (Shinjuku dorobō nikki [Sōzōsha])." 1968. Screenprint. The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Gift of the designer. © 2012 Yokoo Tadanori

Exhibition: Silver Wind: The Arts of Sakai Hōitsu / New York, NY

09/29/2012 - 01/06/2013

Japan Society Gallery presents the first American retrospective of Sakai Hōitsu, master of the bravura gesture, a samurai aristocrat turned Buddhist monk who dedicated his life to art and poetry. Triumphs of compositional daring and sumptuousness, Hōitsu’s paintings and those of his chief pupil Suzuki Kiitsu (1796–1858) made a defining Japanese contribution to world art.  This exhibition is supported by The Japan Foundation through its Exhibition Abroad Support program.

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