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Robert Frank (b.1924, Zurich) is one of the preeminent gures of twentiethcentury photography.
Location: Bunkamura Le Cinéma and more
Swiss artist Alberto Giacometti (1901-1966), one of the most signicant sculptors and painters of the 20th century, is widely known for his elongated and attenuated forms and silhouettes.
Location: The National Art Center in Tokyo, Toyota Municipal Museum of Art in Aichi
Filled with the joy of making things, creators proceed on a journey toward a Grand Project.
Location: 21_21 DESIGN SIGHT, Tokyo
With some 50 million copies in print, Johanna Spyri’s Heidi is probably the biggest Swiss bestseller of all time.
Location: Yebisu Garden Cinema and more
Swiss-born Robert Frank is an acclaimed pioneer of street photography who had a great in-uence on contemporary iconography.
Location: KIITO: Design and Creative Center, Kobe
Nakanojo, a small town in Gunma, has been certied as one of the most beautiful villages in Japan by the non-prot organization «The Most Beautiful Villagesin Japan».
Location: Nakanojo town, Gunma
This exchange exhibition will take place between Swiss artists Chris Pierre Labüsch and Georges Wenger based in Winterthur and Japanese artist Akihiko Iwanami.
Location: Kanaya Art Museum, Chiba
In Japan, there are Alphorn 's enthusiasts throughout the country and Swiss folk music is widely popular.
Location: Kobe Club in Kobe, Suginami Kokaido in Tokyo
Swiss rock / pop band YOKKO was named «Best Talent» at the Swiss Music Award in 2014 and will make its very rst tour in Japan this year.
Location: Tokyo, Chiba, Saitama, Yokohama
Past events (172)
Together with Daniel Göttin, Swiss artist Gerda Maisé directs the Hebel_121 Art Space in Basel.
Location: AIS - Art Institute of Shibukawa, Gunma
The practice of Swiss artist Daniel Göttin encompasses a wide range of media, from installations and public art to objects and paintings.
Location: Concept Space/R2, Gunma
The Affinis Music Festival (AMF) is a seminar-based music festival for musicians who belong to professional orchestras in Japan.
Location: Several places in Hiroshima-city
Oi Dontaku is the annual summer festival held in Shinagawa-ku, a sister city with Genève.
Location: Oimachi Ekimae Chuo-Dori Street, Tokyo
The 38th Kusatsu International Summer Music Academy & Festival was established with the aim to provide Japanese young musicians with opportunities to learn directly from the world’s top-level musicians.
Location: Ongaku-no-mori Conert Hall, Gunma
KALIMA stands for Keiko Abe Lausanne International Marimba Academy.
Location: Toho Gakuen School of Music, Yamaha Hall
Eiko Furusawa, a violinist and a former konzertmeister of the Tonhalle Orchestra Zürich, continues to be active in Switzerland in the field of music and currently teaches at the Winterthur Conservatory.
Location: sonorium in Tokyo, Takasaki City Gallery in Gunma
Swiss-born Martin Zimmerman is back in Japan with his first time ever solo creation.
Location: Matsumoto Performing Arts Centre in Nagano, Tokyo Metropolitan Theatre
"Collecting time" is an exchange project between two art spaces, Dohjidai Gallery in Kyoto and the art space Espace Cheminée Nord in Genève, held every other year.
Location: Dohjidai Gallery of Art, Honen-in Temple, Kyoto
Friedrich Dürrenmatt is one of Switzerland's most celebrated playwrights of the 20th century.
Location: Bunkyo Civic Hall, Tokyo
Swiss artist Livia Gnos is taking part in a group exhibition held in Osaka.
Location: Sunaba Gallery, Osaka
Inspired by the name of an Olympic gold medalist, "The Great Harry Hillman" is a contemporary jazz band composed by Nils Fischer (reeds), David Koch (guitar), Samuel Huwyler (bass) and Dominik Mahnig (drums).
Location: Tokyo, Nagoya and more places in Japan