Resources by Region

Contents>Resources by Region

Aichi Prefecture
Aichi Prefecture> Iwakura City
Aichi Prefecture>Mikawa Bay>Sakushima
Aichi Prefecture>Toyota City
Fukuoka Prefecture
Gifu Prefecture
Hiroshima City
Hokkaido>Sapporo City
Hyogo Prefecture>Kobe City
Ishikawa Prefecture>Kanazawa City
Kagawa Prefecture>Naoshima
Kanagawa Prefecture>Yokohama City
Kanagawa Prefecture>Hakone Open-Air Museum
Nagoya City
Niigata Prefecture>Echigo-Tsumari Region
Okayama Prefecture>Inujima
Tokyo Metropolitan Prefecture
Tokyo>Daikanyama
Tokyo>Odaiba
Tokyo>Roppongi Hills
Tokyo>Shinjuku
Tokyo>Tama Area>Tachikawa City

Aichi Prefecture

1993, Paburiku ato no ima (Public Art Now), Aichi Arts Center, Nagoya (Japanese text)

2000, Aichi Prefectural Plan 2010: Jump Towards the New Century, Department of Planning, Aichi Prefectural Government, Nagoya

Aichi Prefectural Arts Promotion Service, 1998, ‘Data Base of Public Art’, Outline of the 1997 Fiscal Year and Attendance Figures, Aichi Prefectural Government [ http://www.aac.pref.aichi.jp/english/bunjyo/event/PReport-e/97/97-13pa.html ]

Aichi Prefecture>Links

Aichi Prefecture [ http://www.pref.aichi.jp ]
Aichi Prefectural Arts Promotion Service [ http://www.aac.pref.aichi.jp/frame.html?bunjyo/center/ ]
Aichi Prefectural Art Museum [ http://www-art.aac.pref.aichi.jp ]
Aichi Triennale [ http://aichitriennale.jp/ ]

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Aichi Prefecture> Iwakura City

Building a People Friendly City: Symbol Road, Iwakura City [ http://www.city.iwakura.aichi.jp/english/f1701.htm ]

Design Watching, Iwakura City Symbol Road, [ http://www.city.iwakura.aichi.jp/english/f14.htm ]

2001, ‘Shimabuku: Moon Rabbit’, Dia Center for the Arts, press release, 11/10/2001 [ http://www.diacenter.org/press_releases/main/108 ]

Aichi Prefecture>Iwakura City>Links

Iwakura City [ http://www.city.iwakura.aichi.jp ]

Iwakura Symbol Road “Sound art” project, 1997

FUJIMOTO Yukio, 1997, Ears in Iwakura
USHIJIMA Tatsuji, 1997, Device for Connecting the Sky and the Earth
SHIMABUKU Michihiro, 1996, Memory of Future
HAMASAKA Wataro, 1996, The Base of Sound-IX
PH Studio, 1996, House with Wind-Bells
SEKIMOTO Koji, 1996, Welcome to Mirror Land
WATANABE Yasuyuki, 1997, Untitled
YAMAGUCHI Yoshiomi, 1997, Sound Intersection

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Aichi Prefecture>Mikawa Bay>Sakushima

Aichi Prefecture>Mikawa Bay>Sakushima>Links

Saku Island [ http://www.japan-net.ne.jp/~benten ] (Japanese only)
Saku Island, Art Index [ http://www.japan-net.ne.jp/~benten/art/index.htm ] (Japanese only)
Mikawa and the Saku Island Art Plan 21, Office Matching Mole Inc, Art Coordination and Planning  [ http://www.m-mole.com/sakushima ] (Japanese only)

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Aichi Prefecture>Toyota City

Toyota City [ http://www.city.toyota.aichi.jp ]
Toyota Municipal Museum of Art [ http://www.museum.toyota.aichi.jp ]

KAWAMATA Tadashi, Work in Progess: Project in Toyota City (2000-2004), Toyota Municipal Museum of Art [ http://www.tk-onthetable.com ]

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Fukuoka Prefecture

Fukuoka Prefecture [  http://www.pref.fukuoka.lg.jp ] (Japanese only)
Fukuoka City [ http://www.city.fukuoka.jp ]
Museum City Project, Fukuoka [ http://www.ne.jp/asahi/mcp/fukuoka/index.html ]

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Gifu Prefecture

1996, Gifu Public Art Guidebook. Sense of Wonder, (Japanese text)

Gifu Prefecture>Links

Gifu Prefecture [ http://www.pref.gifu.lg.jp/  ]
Gifu City [ http://www.city.gifu.lg.jp/ ]
Yoro Park [ http://www.yoro-park.com ] (Japanese only)

Site of Reversible Destiny, Yoro Park, 1995

ARAKAWA Shusaku & Madeleine GINS, Site of Reversible Destiny, 1995, Yoro Park, Yoro [ http://www.yoro-park.com/j/rev/ ]

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Hiroshima City

City of Hiroshima, c2001, Town Planning in Hiroshima, City Planning Bureau, City of Hiroshima [ http://www.city.hiroshima.lg.jp/www/contents/0000000000000/1121928937391/index.html ]

Hiroshima City>Links

City of Hiroshima [ http://www.city.hiroshima.lg.jp/ ]
Hiroshima Prefecture [ http://www.pref.hiroshima.lg.jp/ ]
Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art [ http://www.hcmca.cf.city.hiroshima.jp ]

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Hokkaido>Sapporo City

Sapporo City [ http://www.city.sapporo.jp/ ]
Moerenuma Park [ http://www.sapporo-park.or.jp/moere/ ]
Sapporo Art Park [ http://www.artpark.or.jp ]

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Hyogo Prefecture>Kobe City

1995, ‘Rebuilding Kobe: A Chance for Innovative City Planning’, IETC’s Insights, Spring 1995, Periodical Newsletter of the International Environment Technology Center, United Nations Environment Program, Division of Technology, Industry and Economics, [ http://www.unep.or.jp/ietc/Publications/INSIGHT/Spr-95/2.asp ]

MLIT, 2002, Urban Renaissance in Japan’s Kansai Metropolitan Area, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport, Kinki Redevelopment Bureau [ http://www.kkr.mlit.go.jp/kensei/kansai-map.html ]

Sando M, 1995, Recommendations for Public Art and Community Art Planning for Kobe, Japan, Thesis, Master of Public Art Studies, School of Fine Arts, University of Southern California

Hyogo Prefecture>Kobe City>Links

Art Front [ http://www.artfront.co.jp ]
City of Kobe [ http://www.city.kobe.lg.jp/ ]
HAT Kobe (Happy Active Town) [ http://www.city.kobe.lg.jp/information/project/urban/hatkobe/toppage.html ]
Hyogo Prefecture [ http://web.pref.hyogo.lg.jp ]
Hyogo Prefectural Museum of Art [ http://www.artm.pref.hyogo.jp ]
Disaster Reduction and Human Renovation Institution/ The Great Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake Memorial [ http://www.dri.ne.jp ]
CAP, The Conference on Art and Art Projects [ http://www.cap-kobe.com ]

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Ishikawa Prefecture>Kanazawa City

Kanazawa World City Concept, City of Kanazawa, [ http://www.city.kanazawa.ishikawa.jp/sekaitosi/sekaitosiE.html ]

Ishikawa Prefecture>Kanazawa City>Links

Ishikawa Prefecture [ http://www.pref.ishikawa.lg.jp/ ]
City of Kanazawa [ http://www4.city.kanazawa.lg.jp/ ]
21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art Kanazawa [ http://www.art.city.kanazawa.ishikawa.jp ]

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Kagawa Prefecture>Naoshima

Kagawa Prefecture [ http://www.pref.kagawa.lg.jp/ ]
Naoshima Town [  http://www.town.naoshima.lg.jp/ ]
Art Setouchi, Setouchi International Art Festival (Naoshima, Teshima, Megijima, Ogijima, Shodoshima, Oshima, Inujima, Takamatsu Port Area) [ http://setouchi-artfest.jp/ ]
Benesse Art Site Naoshima [ http://www.benesse-artsite.jp/ ]

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Kanagawa Prefecture>Yokohama City

1982, Yokohama. Portrait of a City from its Port Opening to the 21st Century, Planning and Coordination Bureau, City of Yokohama

Ito Rumiko, 2004, ‘Yokohama: Creative City of Art and Culture Plan: building infrastructure to foster urban culture’, Axis 109(6): 58-63, June 2004

NODA Kunihiro, 2010, Yokohama’s New Urban Policy – Creative City, Cities Project [ http://www.eucreativeindustries.eu/documents/download/115 ]  (pdf)

Ozaki Tetsuya, ‘ArtBANK 1929’, Out of Tokyo 082, Real Tokyo [ http://www.realtokyo.co.jp/english/column/ozaki82.htm ]

Kanagawa Prefecture>Yokohama City>Links

Yokohama City [ http://www.city.yokohama.lg.jp/ ]
Urban Development Bureau, City of Yokohama [ http://www.city.yokohama.jp/me/tokei/site ] (Japanese only)
Yokohama Minato Mirai 21 [ http://www.minatomirai21.com ]
BankART 1929 [  http://www.bankart1929.com/ ]
Yokahama Art Project [ http://www.yokohama-artproject.com/ ] (Japanese only)

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Kanagawa Prefecture>Hakone Open-Air Museum

Hakone Open-Air Museum, 1999, The Hakone Open-Air Museum, the Utsukushi-ga-hara Open-Air Museum: 1969-1999, Hakone Open-Air Museum, Hakone

Hakone Open-Air Museum [ http://www.hakone-oam.or.jp ]

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Nagoya City

1989, Urban Design in Nagoya, Urban Design Office, Planning Bureau, City of Nagoya, Nagoya

1997, Planning for Nagoya, City Planning Bureau, City of Nagoya, Nagoya

c2000, Nagoya – A city its citizens feel proud of and attached to. Nagoya New Century Plan 2010, Planning Division of the General Affairs Bureau, City of Nagoya, Nagoya

2002, Nagoya Sketch of a City, Public Relations and International Relations Division, Office of the Mayor, City of Nagoya, Nagoya

2004, Nagoya My Town, City of Nagoya, Nagoya

HAYASHI Kiyotaka, 1990, Urban Development in Nagoya, City Planning Bureau of the City of Nagoya, Nagoya Urban Development Corporation

KITAGAWA Masatoshi, 1998, ‘Designated city and metropolitan area: a case study of Nagoya, Japan’; in J S Edralin (ed), Metropolitan Governance and Planning in Transition: Asia Pacific Cases, UNCRD Research Report Series #31, United Nations Centre for Regional Development, Nagoya, pp 113-130

KITAGAWA Masatoshi 1999, ‘Metropolitan finance in Japan. A case study of a designated city, Nagoya’; in J S Edralin (ed), Financing Metropolitan Development: Public – Private Sector Roles, UNCRD Research Report Series #35, United Nations Centre for Regional Development, Nagoya, pp 141-163

MOTOYAMA Kiyofumi, 2001, ‘Modern Nagoya. Report on the utilization of urban stock and introduction to the new image of Nagoya from the viewpoint of contemporary art’, Urban Advance (20): 40-49, Nagoya Urban Institute (Japanese)

UEMOTO Hiroyasu, HORIKOSHI Tetsumi, MOTOYAMA Kiyofumi, SAWAMURA Seiji, 1999, ‘The roles of the coordinators in the fabrication and installation of a public-art. Case study on the “IMAIKE BROADWAY Public Art Project” of Imaike Shopping Street Association, in Nagoya City’, Summaries of Technical Papers of Annual Meeting Architectural Institute of Japan. F-1. Urban Planning, Building Economics and Housing Problems, pp. 473-474.

Nagoya City>Links

City of Nagoya [  http://www.city.nagoya.jp ]
Nagoya Urban Institute [ http://www.nui.or.jp ]
Nagoya City Art Museum [http://www.art-museum.city.nagoya.jp ]
N-Mark [ http://www.n-mark.com ]
Aichi Prefectural University of Fine Arts and Music [ http://www.aichi-fam-u.ac.jp ]
Aichi Sangyo University [ http://asu-g.net/univ ] (Japanese only)
Chukyo University  [ http://www.chukyo-u.ac.jp ]
Nagoya City University [ http://www.nagoya-cu.ac.jp/sda/ ] (Japanese only)
Nagoya University [ http://www.nagoya-u.ac.jp ]
Nagoya University of Arts [ http://www.nua.ac.jp ]
Nagoya Zokei University of Art and Design [ http://www.doho.ac.jp/~zokei ] (Japanese only)
Yasashii Bijutsu Art for the Hospital Project [ http://gp.nzu.ac.jp ]

 Imaike Broadway, IMAIKE, Nagoya, 1995-97

Grooms, Red, 1995-97, Some Like it Hot, Imaike Broadway (intersection of Hirokoji-dori & Nishiki-dori)
Grooms, Red, 1995-97, Showtime, Imaike Broadway

Shirakawa Park, Nagoya City Art Museum

1 SEBASTIAN Enrique Carbajal, 1993, Palmas
2 NOMIZU Shin, 1978, Cylinder Penetrating Two Stones, granite
3 NOMIZU Shin, 1978, Striding Paraboloid, granite
4 CALDER Alexander, 1969, Fafnir Dragon II, painted steel
5 ABAKANOWICZ Magdalena, 1989-90, Sagacious Head, bronze
6 ABAKANOWICZ Magdalena, 1988, Black Standing Figure, bronze
7 KANEKO Jun, 1986, 1985,
8 NOGUCHI Isamu, 1982, Spirit, andesite
9 GORMLEY Antony, 1999
10 YAMAGUCHI Makio, 1986-88, Inclining Form-Square Pillar, black granite
11 NASH David, 1994
12 SHINGU Susumu, 1978, Wind Festival
13 BOROFSKY Jonathan, 1981-83
14 GROOMS Red, 1975-76
15 BOROFSKY Jonathan, 1982
16 FLANAGAN Barry, 1989-90
17 ANTES Horst, 1997
18 NISHI Masaaki, 1997-98
19 KABOKOV Ilya, 1988-99
20 AOKI Noe, 1993, Untitled, steel
21 TOYA Shigeo, 1999-2000

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Niigata Prefecture>Echigo-Tsumari Region

2000, Ilya/ Emilia Kabakov “The Rice Fields”. Echigo-Tsumari Art Triennial, Fram Kitagawa & Gendaikikakushitsu Publishers, Tokyo

2003, AncientFuture: Australian Arts Festival 2003: Contemporary art installations at Echigo-Tsumari Art Triennial 2003, Australian Embassy, Tokyo [ http://ancientfuture.australia.or.jp/eng/events/event_pages/event_2.php ]

Echigo-Tsumari Art Triennial 2000 Executive Committee (ed), 2001, Echigo-Tsumari Art Triennial 2000, Echigo-Tsumari Art Triennial 2000 Executive Committee, Japan

Echigo-Tsumari Art Triennial Executive Committee Tokyo Secretariat (ed), 2004, Echigo-Tsumari Art Triennial 2003, Gendaikikakushitsu, Tokyo

Niigata Prefecture>Echigo-Tsumari>Links

Art Front Gallery [ http://www.artfront.co.jp ]
Australia House, Matsunoyama [  http://echigo.australia.or.jp/en/  ]
Echigo-Tsumari Art Field/ Art Triennial [ http://www.echigo-tsumari.jp/eng/ ]
Echigo-Matsunoyama Museum of Natural Science – Kyororo  [ http://www.matsunoyama.com/kyororo ]  (Japanese only)
Echigo-Tsumari Kouryukan (Exchange Center) – Kinare [ http://kinare.jp/ ]
James Turrell’s House of Light, Kawanishi [ http://www11.ocn.ne.jp/~jthikari/jp/index.html ] (Japanese only)
Matsudai Snow-Land Agrarian Culture Center – No Butai [ http://www.echigo-tsumari.jp/eng/artwork/no_butai_snow-land_agrarian_culture_center_matsudai ] (Japanese only)
Tsunan Town [ http://tsunan.info ] [ http://www.town.tsunan.niigata.jp/ ] (Japanese only)
Tokamachi City [ http://www.city.tokamachi.niigata.jp ] (Japanese only)

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Okayama Prefecture>Inujima

Okayama Prefecture [ http://www.pref.okayama.jp/ ]
Inujima Art Project Seirensho, Inujima Island [ http://benesse-artsite.jp/en/seirensho/ ]
Inujima Art House Project, Inujima Island [ http://benesse-artsite.jp/en/inujima-arthouse/ ]

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Tokyo Metropolitan Prefecture

1993, Tokyo: the Making of a Metropolis, TMG Municipal Library #27, Tokyo Metropolitan Government, Tokyo

1994, A Hundred Years of Tokyo City Planning, TMG Municipal Library #28, Tokyo Metropolitan Government, Tokyo

2002, Planning of Tokyo, Bureau of City Planning, Tokyo Metropolitan Government, Tokyo

2004, Tokyo: City Profile and Government, International Affairs, Tokyo Metropolitan Government, Tokyo

Jinnai Hidenobu, 1995, Tokyo: a Spatial Anthology, Transl Kimiko Nishimura, University of California Press, Berkeley

Popham P, 1985, Tokyo: the City at the End of the World, Kodansha International, Tokyo

Saito Asato, 2003, ‘Global city formation in a capitalist developmental state: Tokyo and the Waterfront Sub-centre Project’, Urban Studies 40(2): 283-308

Saito Asato & Thornley A, 2003, ‘Shifts in Tokyo’s World City status and the urban planning response’, Urban Studies 40(4): 665-685

Seidensticker E, 1983, Low City, High City: Tokyo from Edo to the Earthquake, Alfred A Knopf, New York

Sorensen A, 1999, ‘Land readjustment, urban planning and urban sprawl in the Tokyo metropolitan area’, Urban Studies 36(13): 2333-2360

Teranishi H & K Uchibayashi, 1994, ‘Historical analysis of Tokyo urban planning – road planning and zoning system’, Proceedings of International Symposium on City Planning 1994, 19-20 July 1994, Fukuoka & Kitakyushu, Japan, City Planning Institute of Japan, pp 152 – 162

Tokyo Institute of Technology, Oeda Line Project Profile, Omega Centre, University College London [ http://www.omegacentre.bartlett.ucl.ac.uk/studies/cases/pdf/JAPAN_OEDO_PROFILE_190111 ] (pdf)

Waley P, 2002, ‘Moving the margins of Tokyo’, Urban Studies 39 (9): 1533-1550

Yabe T, Yerada M, Yamagishi K, Yokoyama Y (eds), 2003, The Global City, Mori Building Co Ltd, Tokyo

Tokyo>Links

Tokyo Metropolitan Government [ http://www.metro.tokyo.jp ]
Makoto Sei Watanabe, Architects Office (Iidabashi subway station projects etc [ www.makoto-architect.com ]
Sculpture Heaven. The Tokyo Public Art Guide [ http://homepage3.nifty.com/public_art ] (Japanese only)

OEDO Line Public Art Project, c 1998

OEDO Line Public Art Project, c1998  [ http://www.omegacentre.bartlett.ucl.ac.uk/studies/cases/metro-tokyo_oedo_2.php ] [ http://www.iead.org/members_pub/katudou/ooedo.html ]

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Tokyo>Daikanyama

Art Front Gallery [  http://www.artfront.co.jp ]
Daikanyama Machi [ http://www.daikanyama.ne.jp ]

Artworks, Daikanyama Address, 2000, Diakanyama

1 KOWALSKI Piotr, 2000, Electronic Sunflower
2 PLENSA Jaume, 2000, Deities of Good Fortune
3 OSAKA Takura, 2000, Spectral Direction
4 KOWALSKI Piotr, 2000, Cones
5 ISHIMATSU Takeyoshi, 2000, Environment Sensor “Thanks for your visiting”
6 OSAKA Takura, 2000, Light Direction
7 GUIMARAES Jose de, 2000, Yellow and Blue Flowers, Yellow and Red Flowers
8 GUIMARAES Jose de, 2000, The Red Bird
9 MATSUDA Shigehito, 2000, Bud of the Earth
10 ISHIMATSU Takeyoshi, 2000, Environment Sensor “The answer is brown in the wind”
11 BRUN Jean-Francois, 2000, Aurora
12 KAMATA Keimu, 2000, The Poet from Assisi
13 MATSUDA Shigehito, 2000, Seed of the Earth
14-17 MATSUDA Shigehito, 2000, Water, Floating Around
18 TANAKA Kaori, 2000, For the ones in the outside
19 FUJITA Toshi, 2000, Bond I
20 FUJITA Toshi, 2000, Bond II

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Tokyo>Odaiba

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Tokyo>Roppongi Hills

Roppongi Hills Public Art + Design Map, Mori Art Museum, Roppongi Hills [ http://mori.art.museum/eng/artanddesignmap ]

Roppongi Hills Public Art and Design, Mori Building Co, Roppongi Hills [ http://www.roppongihills.com/en/publicart_design ]

Tokyo>Roppongi Hills>Links

Mori Art Museum [ http://www.mori.art.museum ]
Mori Building Company [ http://www.mori.co.jp ]
Roppongi Hills [ http://www.roppongihills.com/ ]

Artworks (2002-3) Residences, Arena, Mori Tower & TV Asahi Building, Roppongi Hills

BOURGEOIS  Louise, 2002 (1999), Maman, bronze, stainless steel, marble
GENZKEN Isa, 2003 (1993), Rose, steel, aluminium, lacquer
PURYEAR Martin, 2003, Guardian Stone, Shanxi black granite
LEWITT Sol, 2003, Wall Drawing #948 Bands of Color (Circles), acrylic paint
MIYAJIMA Tatsuo, 2003, Counter Void, neon tube, glass, IC, aluminium
CHOI Jeong Hwa, 2003, Roboroborobo (Roborobo-en), FRP, stainless steel, fiberlight
CAI Guo-Qiang, 2003, High Mountain Flowing Water: 3-D Landscape Painting, stone, water
MORRISON Jasper, 2003, Park Bench, stainless steel, Japanese cypress
DROOG DESIGN, BEY Jurgen (with OPPEWAL Christian, VELDEN SVD), 2003, Day-Tripper, polyurethane FRP, polyester paint, silkscreen
HIBINO Katsuhiko, 2003, Where Did This Big Stone Come From? Where Does This River Flow Into? Where am I Going to? GRC, coloring, ceramic paint
UCHIDA Shigeru, 2003, I Can’t Give You Anything But Love, bench, stainless steel, ceramic paint
BRANZI Andrea, 2003, Arch, concrete, ceramic paint
ITO Toyo, 2003, Ripples, bench, machine-clad steel, nondirectional buff, ceramic paint, concrete
MIURA Keiko, 2003, True Love, cast glass
RASHID Karim, 2003, sKape, GRC, urethane paint
YOSHIOKA Tokujin, 2003, Chair Disappears in the Rain, glass, stainless steel, granite
SOTTSASS Ettore, 2003, Isola Calma, terrazzo, granite, marble
ARAD Ron, 2003, Evergreen?, bronze, steel

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Tokyo>Shinjuku

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Tokyo>Tama Area>Tachikawa City

Faret Tachikawa Art Map, Housing and Urban Development Corporation, Tokyo Branch

1995, Faret Tachikawa, Category 1 Urban Renewal Project at the Former Tachikawa Base Site, VHS, Housing and Urban Development Corporation, Tokyo

1995, Faret Tachikawa, VHS, Art Front Gallery,Tokyo

Di Pietro M, c2002, Public Art in Japan, [ http://www.assemblylanguage.com/reviews/PublicArt.html ]

Kimura M & Kitagawa F, 1995, A ‘New Century’ for City and Public Art. Faret Tachikawa Art Project, Gendaikikakushitsu, Tokyo

McGee, John, c2006, Faret Tachikawa, [ http://www.fivepercentjapanese.com/art/12_faret_tachikawa_contemporary_art_design_japan.html ]

Norman Elizabeth & Norman John, 1997, ‘Making decisions about public art’, OR Insight 10: 22-26 [  http://www.palgrave-journals.com/ori/journal/v10/n3/abs/ori199713a.html  ]

Tokyo>Tama Area>Tachikawa City>Links

Tachikawa City [ http://www.city.tachikawa.lg.jp/  ]
Tachikawa Bureau of Tourism [ http://www.tbt.gr.jp ]
Faret Tachikawa [  http://www.gws.ne.jp/tama-city/faret ]
Showa Kinen Park [ http://www.ktr.mlit.go.jp/showa ]

Artworks (1991), Place for Relaxing in Commemoration of Tachikawa City’s 50th Anniversary,  Tachikawa City

1 SUMIKAWA Kiichi, 1991
2 YASUDA Haruhiko, 1991
3 ODA Jou, 1991
4 ISHII Atsuo, 1991
5 TEZUKA Tokuo, 1991

Artworks (1994) FARET Tachikawa

1 WILSON Richard, 1994, entrance to the utility tunnel, vent
2 SHINGU Susumu, 1994, Visitor, vent
3 WORTHEN Charles, 1994, Water Quiver, water tap cover
4 OKAZAKI Kenjiro, 1994, vent
5 ITO Makoto, 1994, vent
6 HAKAMATA Kyotaro, 1994, Seventeen, vent
7 ITO Makoto, 1994, vent
8 NAGASAWA Nobuho, 1994, Dragonfly + Airplane = Dragonplane, tree grates
9 ALBARDANÉ Esther, 1994, Tachikawa Women, guardian deity figure (stranger)
10 KADISHMAN Menashe, 1994, Nature does not smile; people do, pedestrian deck wall
11 ANTONAKOS Stephen, 1994, Ena-1, canopy light
12 (left) CRAGG Tony, 1994, Cell Types, wall relief
12 (centre) CRAGG Tony, 1994, Cell Groups, wall relief
12 (right) CRAGG Tony, 1994, Organism, wall relief
13 TANAKA Shintaro, 1994, A Place Where the Wind Blows, vent
14a SHIRAI Mio, 1994, billboard on parking ramp wall
14b SHIRAI Mio, 1994, billboard on parking ramp wall
15 SHIRAKAWA Yoshi, 1994, parking ramp
16 BOONMA Montien, 1994, Rock Bell Garden, garden sculpture
17 ALBARDANÉ Esther, 1994, Tachikawa Women, guardian deity figure (stranger)
18 SAKAGUCHI Hirotoshi, 1994, Barcode Bridge, pedestrian deck
19 TANG Da Wu, 1994, Last Shopping, vent
20 USHIJIMA Tatsuji, 1994, Classical Communicating Instrument, Speaking Tube, object
21 OIWA Oscar Satio, 1994, paving material
22 KARAM Nadim, 1994, equipment loading entrance
23 BERLANT Tony, 1994, vent, oil tap
24 DURHAM Jimmy, 1994, The Rattlesnake Star and the Seven Directions, object in shrubbery
25 YANAGI Kenji, 1994, gate
26 PH STUDIO, 1994, Watermark, firehose box
27 TCHAPKANOV Georgi, 1994, guardian deity (animal in Tachikawa – horse)
28 OLDENBERG Claes, 1994, Lipstick With Stroke Attached (to M. M.), object
29 ALBARDANÉ Esther, 1994, Tachikawa Women, guardian deity figure (stranger)
30 VILAIRE Patrick, 1994, Human Armchair, object in shrubbery
31 KUNIYASU Takamasa, 1994, Stack in Frame, waste disposal site
32 SEKINE Nobuo, 1994, Dialogue Bollards, bollards
33 EGAMI Keita, 1994, sign
34 ANTONAKOS Stephen, 1994, Tria-3, illuminated sign
35 EIDRIGEVICIUS Stasys, 1994, Face-Car, sign in shrubbery
36 WORTHEN Charles, 1994, Water Quiver, water tap cover
37 JUDD Donald, 1994, wall sculpture
38 VARINI Felice, 1994, Top Circle, penthouse sign
39 REINOSO Pablo, 1994, The Potato Harvester, object in shrubbery
40 SHINOHARA Ushio, 1994, Centaur Motorcycle, sign in shrubbery
41 WORTHEN Charles, 1994, Water Quiver, water tap cover
42 ANTONAKOS Stephen, 1994, Tessera-4, illuminated sign
43 VALAMANESH Hossein, 1994, You just sit here I will keep my eyes open, bollards
44 HORN Rebecca, 1994, Energy Barometer for a Zen Garden, object in shrubbery
45 ABRAMOVIC Marina, 1994, Black Dragon – for family use, equipment loading entrance
46 TCHAPKANOV Georgi, 1994, guardian deity (animal in Tachikawa – sheep)
47 HIKOSAKA Naoyoshi, 1994, Red work: Like a Father Who Has Killed His Wife and Child, vent
47 HIKOSAKA Naoyoshi, 1994, Blue work: Like a Father Who Fertilized the Child, he had Killed, vent
48 NIU Bo, 1994, The Reverse Side of a Target, ventilation tower
49 SOW Ousmane, 1994,The Fallen, objects in shrubbery (strangers)
50 KOSUTH Joseph, 1994,Words of a Spell, for Nöema, text from Michiko Ishimure: Story of the Sea Camellias and James Joyce: A Portrait as a Young Man, parking ramp wall
51 YODA Kunio, 1994, bollard/bench
52a VARINI Felice, 1994, Circles Back to Back, pedestrian sign deck
52b VARINI Felice, 1994, Circles Back to Back, pedestrian sign deck
53 YODA Kunio & ALBARDANÉ Esther, 1994, bollard/bench, guardian deity figure (stranger)
54 SHIRAI MIO, 1994, billboard on the pedestrian deck
55 YAMAMOTO Masamichi, 1994, bollard
56 FUKAI Takashi, 1994, bollards/benches
57 KATASE Kazuo, 1994, Constellation, or Star Shelter, object in shrubbery
58 MINOHARA Shin, 1994, Spatial Gate Made of Human Spheres, bollards
59 ALBARDANÉ Esther, 1994, Tachikawa Women, guardian deity figure (stranger)
60 IFP, 1994, streetlamp
61 VESELY Ales, 1994, Double Bench, bench
62 KAPOOR Anish, 1994, Mountain, object in shrubbery
63 FUJIMOTO Yukio, 1994, Ears with Chair, bench
64 RÜCHREIM Ulrich, 1994, object in shrubbery
65 KAWAMATA Tadashi, entrance to the utility tunnel, vent at the former site
66 BOROFSKY Jonathan, 1994, Man with Briefcase, guardian deity figure (stranger)
67 AOKI Noe, 1994, ventilation tower
68 MIYAJIMA Tatsuo, 1994, Luna, ventilation tower
69 KIPPENBERGER Martin, 1994, streetlamp
70 RAYNAUD Jean-Pierre, 1994, open café
71 RAUSCHENBERG Robert, 1994, Bicycloid VI, neon sign for bicycle parking lot
72 SAINT PHALLE Niki de, 1994, The Conversation, bench
73 AKPAN Sunday Jack, 1994, objects (strangers)
74 YAMAGUCHI Keisuke, 1994, Tachikawa Box, sign on the wall of pedestrian deck post
75 UEMATSU Keiji, 1994, Floating form-Red/Vertical, object
76 MINOHARA Shin, 1994, Spatial Gate Made of Human Spheres, bollards
77 ICHIHASHI Taro, 1994, 94-82, pedestrian deck post
78 TCHAPKANOV Georgi, 1994, guardian deity (animal in Tachikawa – dog)
79 ANTONAKOS Stephen, 1994, Thi-2, illuminated sign
80 GUIMARAES José de, 1994, Idol, object (stranger)
81 OKAMOTO Atsuo, 1994, Kinds of yellow, bollard
82 KAWAGUCHI Tatsuo, 1994, Relation – Future 2132, letters tied to trees
82 KAWAGUCHI Tatsuo, 1994, Relation – Future 2116, letters tied to trees
82 KAWAGUCHI Tatsuo, 1994, Relation – Future 2089, letters tied to trees
83 MYSLOWSKI Tadeusz, 1994, bollards
84 EGAMI Keita, 1994, ventilation tower
85 NISHI Masaaki, 1994, A Huge Tree in Ascent, bollard/bench
86 INFANTE Francisco, 1994, equipment loading entrance
87 SHIM Moon Seup, 1994, Opening Up, bollard
88 GONZALEZ-TORRES Felix, 1994, billboard on the emergency staircase
89 PLENSA Jaume, 1994, bollard
90 PURYEAR Martin, 1994, bench
91 WORTHEN Charles, 1994, Water Quiver, water tap cover
92 FONSECA Gonzalo, 1994, Bema, bollard
93 MUNYARADI Henry, 1994, bollard
94 TAKEDA Yasuhiro, 1994, bollard
95 CASCELLA Tommaso, 1994, bollard
96 YUMURA Hikaru, 1994, Black Pillar, bollard
97 USHIODA Tomoko, 1994, bollard
98 UJIIE Keiji, 1994, bollard
99 VILLANUEVA Robert G, 1994, Urban Deity, guardian deity figure/bollard, Open to the public on October 13 every year
100 KAGESATO Juro, 1994, bollard
101 MATSUDA Shigehito, 1994, Water, Floating Around, bollard
102 UEMURA Kimio, 1994, bollard
103 MUTAL Lika, 1994, From Earth to the World, bollard
104 KOBAYASHI Yasuhiko, 1994, bollard
105 FUJIWARA Yoshiko, 1994, A Rabbit and a Turtle, bollard
106 KANAZAWA Kenichi, 1994, bollard
107 KUROTORI  Haruo, 1994, bollard
108 BELLMORE Rebecca, 1994, bollard
109 ACCONCI Vito, 1994, bollard/bench

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