※ Sorry ! This workshop is only in Japanese. 

PIGMENT TOKYO and WHAT MUSEUM have collaborated to offer a plan that includes a Suminagashi (Japanese marbling) workshop and a museum tour.

The workshop will be led by an artist who has been performing a live painting at the museum, and the exhibition curator and artist will guide you through the exhibition, providing a rich day of experience in contemporary Japanese art.

This event will begin with a workshop at PIGMENT TOKYO, and you will be guided to the museum tour.


Event Schedule

14:00~15:30 Suminagashi Workshop

15:45~17:00 WHAT MUSEUM Tour(Viewing allowed until 18:00)

17:00~18:30  Pick up the artwork at PIGMENT TOKYO(Until 18:30)


Suminagashi Workshop

Suminagashi is a traditional technique of transferring the marbling patterns created by dropping Sumi ink or paints on the surface of water onto a sheet of paper. It is said the origin of Suminagashi goes back to the 9th century when it was a courtly activity that enjoyed the transforming patterns created by dropping Sumi ink on the surface of rivers.

In this workshop, participants will make Suminagashi (marbling) on postcard-size Washi paper and take one of their favorites home as a framed piece.


The instructor will be PIGMENT TOKYO staff member Masayoshi Nojo, who also works as an artist. (Masayoshi Nojo is also the artist for the Open Creation of Art “Immerse yourself in the transitory nature,” a live painting performance open to the public at the adjacent WHAT MUSEUM, which will also be available for viewing during the museum tour after the workshop.)


 Museum Tour

The exhibition curator will guide you through the two exhibitions currently being held at WHAT MUSEUM while explaining the highlights of the exhibitions and the artworks.


□“ART de Cha Cha Cha− Exploring the DNA of Japanese Contemporary Art −” from the Takahashi Ryutaro Collection

From the collection of Ryutaro Takahashi, one of Japan's foremost art collectors, we present works by artists who express themselves in new forms and methods, reinterpreting the culture, art, and values built up over Japan's long history from their unique perspectives while inheriting traditions.

URL:https://what.warehouseofart.org/en/exhibitions/takahashi-collection-artdechachacha-en/


□Open Creation of Art “Immerse yourself in the transitory nature” by Masayoshi NOJO

The workshop's instructor, Masayoshi Noshiro, is also holding a live art-making session. The artist's new series of works called "Links" and new works from his signature "Mirage" series will be exhibited there. By providing a place where visitors can meet with the artist while he is working on his art pieces, the exhibition creates an opportunity for visitors to encounter the process of creating works they would not normally see, and find new insights into the artist's thinking and deep understanding of his works.

URL:https://what.warehouseofart.org/en/exhibitions/opencreation1/


Fee: ¥8,000 (tax included, includes materials and museum ticket)

・The "Confirmation Email" will be your ticket.
・No need to bring anything in particular. (We will provide an apron and rubber gloves.)
・No age limitation. (We have participants of all ages.) 


Special Benefit 
As a special benefit for participating in the workshop, you can purchase art materials at a 15% discount on the day of the workshop (not applicable to some items such as books).

*PIGMENT TOKYO will be open until 19:00.

Waiting List

If you wish to be on the waiting list, please click "Notify Me When Available."

Notes
・Please note that the maximum number of tickets you can select is the number of seats remaining. ( If it shows "1" only, it means there is "1 seat left").
・If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us by selecting "Workshop for individual customers" as your inquiry category.
・Please note that you will not be able to select your seat.

Amendments and Cancellations
You can change or cancel your reservation by email.
If amendment or cancellation is necessary, we require that you contact us at least 3 days in advance.
Any cancellation or reschedule made less than 3 days will result in a cancellation fee (The amount will be 50% of your workshop fee for the two days before, 75% for the day before, and 100% on the workshop day.)

<Workshop Instructor>

Masayoshi NOJO

Artist, PIGMENT TOKYO Art Materials Expert

2015: M.A. in Japanese Paintings at Kyoto University of Art and Design

Through images resembling optical phenomena produced by incorporating coincidences and phenomena, he creates works that give viewers a sense of immersion and stimulate their visual experience. Major solo exhibitions include 2022 "Stillness" (YUKIKO MIZUTANI, Tokyo), 2020 "Under the moonlight" (JD Malat Gallery, London), and group exhibitions including 2022 "伏線" at ESLITE GALLERY, Taipei, Taiwan, 2020 "紫幹翠葉" at Meiji Jingu Museum, Tokyo.

2023/08/06 (Sun)
14:00 - 17:00
PIGMENT TOKYO

Ticket available until 2023/08/05 10:30

price
JPY 8,000 tax in (JPY 7,273)
quantity

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Access

2-5-5 Higashi Shinagawa Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo TERRADA Harbor One Building 1F

※ Sorry ! This workshop is only in Japanese. 

PIGMENT TOKYO and WHAT MUSEUM have collaborated to offer a plan that includes a Suminagashi (Japanese marbling) workshop and a museum tour.

The workshop will be led by an artist who has been performing a live painting at the museum, and the exhibition curator and artist will guide you through the exhibition, providing a rich day of experience in contemporary Japanese art.

This event will begin with a workshop at PIGMENT TOKYO, and you will be guided to the museum tour.


Event Schedule

14:00~15:30 Suminagashi Workshop

15:45~17:00 WHAT MUSEUM Tour(Viewing allowed until 18:00)

17:00~18:30  Pick up the artwork at PIGMENT TOKYO(Until 18:30)


Suminagashi Workshop

Suminagashi is a traditional technique of transferring the marbling patterns created by dropping Sumi ink or paints on the surface of water onto a sheet of paper. It is said the origin of Suminagashi goes back to the 9th century when it was a courtly activity that enjoyed the transforming patterns created by dropping Sumi ink on the surface of rivers.

In this workshop, participants will make Suminagashi (marbling) on postcard-size Washi paper and take one of their favorites home as a framed piece.


The instructor will be PIGMENT TOKYO staff member Masayoshi Nojo, who also works as an artist. (Masayoshi Nojo is also the artist for the Open Creation of Art “Immerse yourself in the transitory nature,” a live painting performance open to the public at the adjacent WHAT MUSEUM, which will also be available for viewing during the museum tour after the workshop.)


 Museum Tour

The exhibition curator will guide you through the two exhibitions currently being held at WHAT MUSEUM while explaining the highlights of the exhibitions and the artworks.


□“ART de Cha Cha Cha− Exploring the DNA of Japanese Contemporary Art −” from the Takahashi Ryutaro Collection

From the collection of Ryutaro Takahashi, one of Japan's foremost art collectors, we present works by artists who express themselves in new forms and methods, reinterpreting the culture, art, and values built up over Japan's long history from their unique perspectives while inheriting traditions.

URL:https://what.warehouseofart.org/en/exhibitions/takahashi-collection-artdechachacha-en/


□Open Creation of Art “Immerse yourself in the transitory nature” by Masayoshi NOJO

The workshop's instructor, Masayoshi Noshiro, is also holding a live art-making session. The artist's new series of works called "Links" and new works from his signature "Mirage" series will be exhibited there. By providing a place where visitors can meet with the artist while he is working on his art pieces, the exhibition creates an opportunity for visitors to encounter the process of creating works they would not normally see, and find new insights into the artist's thinking and deep understanding of his works.

URL:https://what.warehouseofart.org/en/exhibitions/opencreation1/


Fee: ¥8,000 (tax included, includes materials and museum ticket)

・The "Confirmation Email" will be your ticket.
・No need to bring anything in particular. (We will provide an apron and rubber gloves.)
・No age limitation. (We have participants of all ages.) 


Special Benefit 
As a special benefit for participating in the workshop, you can purchase art materials at a 15% discount on the day of the workshop (not applicable to some items such as books).

*PIGMENT TOKYO will be open until 19:00.

Waiting List

If you wish to be on the waiting list, please click "Notify Me When Available."

Notes
・Please note that the maximum number of tickets you can select is the number of seats remaining. ( If it shows "1" only, it means there is "1 seat left").
・If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us by selecting "Workshop for individual customers" as your inquiry category.
・Please note that you will not be able to select your seat.

Amendments and Cancellations
You can change or cancel your reservation by email.
If amendment or cancellation is necessary, we require that you contact us at least 3 days in advance.
Any cancellation or reschedule made less than 3 days will result in a cancellation fee (The amount will be 50% of your workshop fee for the two days before, 75% for the day before, and 100% on the workshop day.)

<Workshop Instructor>

Masayoshi NOJO

Artist, PIGMENT TOKYO Art Materials Expert

2015: M.A. in Japanese Paintings at Kyoto University of Art and Design

Through images resembling optical phenomena produced by incorporating coincidences and phenomena, he creates works that give viewers a sense of immersion and stimulate their visual experience. Major solo exhibitions include 2022 "Stillness" (YUKIKO MIZUTANI, Tokyo), 2020 "Under the moonlight" (JD Malat Gallery, London), and group exhibitions including 2022 "伏線" at ESLITE GALLERY, Taipei, Taiwan, 2020 "紫幹翠葉" at Meiji Jingu Museum, Tokyo.

Access

2-5-5 Higashi Shinagawa Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo TERRADA Harbor One Building 1F