In this issue, the magazine tests the pulse of the Japanese capital's ever-evolving art scene, focusing on three major 'cross-genre' exhibitions and exploring different art spaces in Tokyo that constitutes evolution in Japanese and world art.

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Oct 2007

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Interview with Murakami Takashi - Tetsuya OZAKI, 小崎哲哉

Focus: 'Out of Tokyo: Evolutions in Japanese Art'
Nawa Kohei and Kito Kengo: Works to Excite New Sensations - Sayoko NAKAHARA, 中原紗代子
Higashionna Yuichi and Ukawa Naohiro: Channeling the Myriad Contradictions of Reality into Their Art - Shinichi UCHIDA, 內田伸一
Roppongi Crossing 2007: A Curator's View
Michael Lin and Ishigami Junya: Aiming for landscapes Beyond the Everyday - Chiaki SAKAGUCHI, 坂口千秋
Space for Your Future: The Curtaor's View - Yuko HASEGAWA, 長谷川祐子
Central East Tokyo 2007 - Shinichi UCHIDA, 內田伸一
The Survival of Tokyoesque Culture and Japanesque Art: A Conversation between Kusumi Kiyoshi and Dominick Chen - Kenichi ABE, 阿部謙一
The New Generation of Galleries in the Tokyo Metropolitan Area - Yuri SHIRASAKA, 白坂ゆり

Curators on the Move 7 from Hans Ulrich Obrist to Hou Hanru: The Future of Art - HOU Hanru, 侯瀚如, Hans Ulrich OBRIST

Exhibition Reviews:
Zhang Huan: Altered States (Asia Society, New York) - Olivia QUSAIBATY
Jun Nguyen-Hatsushiba: The Ground, the Root, and the Air (Mizuma Art Gallery, Tokyo) - Roger McDONALD
Morimura Yasumasa: Bi[bi:]-Class, Be Quiet (Yokohama Museum of Art, Japan) - Kenjiro HOSAKA, 保坂健二朗
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