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【 Important Notice 】
Notice of extension temporary closure due to the COVID-19 coronavirus

As part of the Tokyo Metropolitan Government’s measures to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19, the temporary closure of Tokyo Shibuya Koen-dori Gallery has been extended until further notice. Additionally, the following events have been suspended or cancelled.

Suspended museum-organized events (until further notice)

   “field⇔work Create in everyday life”
   (Period: 25 April —5 July)

Cancelled museum-organized events:

  ・Art Brut 2020 Special Exhibit “In a sky full of shining stars, unknown gems can be found. -To feel change and expansion in our universe- ”
   (Period : 4 April —14 April   Venue1: Nakano ZERO West Annex Gallery 1)
   (Period : 24 April —5 May   Venue2: Hachijo-machi Town Hall, Hachijo-chomin Gallery)
   (Period : 14 May —24 May   Venue3: Fussa-shi Petit Gallery 2nd Exhibition Space)
   (Period : 31 May —13 June   Venue4: Sumida Riverside Hall Gallery)

  ・”Artist Talk” 25 April
  ・Talks “Talking about the Creators’ Field and Work” 2 May / 10 May
  ・“Silent Talk (Communicate in Writing) Appreciation Tour” 3 May / 21 June
  ・Special Talk “Opening up the World with Field Work” 29 May
  ・Lecture and Workshop “Shapes that Transcend Vision” 6 June

Depending on future circumstances, it is possible that there will be changes to other scheduled events or operations besides those listed above. Any further announcements will be made via our website and official Twitter account. (Twitter: @skdgallery)

We will make an announcement as soon as the date of reopening has been decided. While we regret to inform our visitors of this unfortunate news, we kindly ask for your understanding and cooperation.

                                                           Tokyo Shibuya Koen-dori Gallery
                               Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo, Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture
                                                                    May 1, 2020