“Create Your Own Original Doraemon”
Organized under this concept, 28 artists and groups will be presenting their unique art pieces capturing memories of Doraemon at the exhibition in Tokyo, November 2017.
Since its birth in 1970, Doraemon has been capturing the imagination of audiences across Japan. There is also a great number of Doraemon fans among globally renowned Japanese artists who have been touched and inspired by Doraemon.
How exciting it is to see these artists expressing their feelings and memories of Doraemon through their work?
The exhibition invites you to share the special moment when “art” and “Doraemon” come together.
Makoto AIDA, Kayo UME, Motohiko ODANI, Ryota KUWAKUBO, Tomoko KONOIKE, Akinori GOTO, Satomi KONDO, Tomoyoshi SAKAMOTO, Masaharu SATO, ShiShi YAMAZAKI, Ai SHINOHARA, Kotobuki SHIRIAGARI, Yuta NAKAZATO, Suito NAKATSUKA, Yoshitomo NARA, Yasuyuki NISHIO, Mika NINAGAWA, Miran FUKUDA, Sebastian MASUDA, Kumi MACHIDA, Mr., Takashi MURAKAMI, Yasumasa MORIMURA + Junko KOIKE, Akira YAMAGUCHI, Hidenori YAMAGUCHI + Wataru ITO, Ryuki YAMAMOTO, RenaRena, Nozomi WATANABE
THE Doraemon Exhibition TOKYO 2017
|Organizers||TV Asahi, The Asahi Shimbun, ADK, Shogakukan, Shin-Ei Animation, Shogakukan-Shueisha Productions, Nomura, Mori Arts Center|
|Special Cooperation:||Fujiko Pro 30th Anniversary Commemoration Project|
|Corporate Sponsors||Uniqlo, Milkland-Hokkaido, KDDI, Showa Note, Seiko Watch, Dai Nippon Printing, T-Ticket|
Takashi Murakami Wouldn’t It Be Nice If We Could Do Such a Thing (detail)
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