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Installation of view at the exhibition. left: Aki Kondo, right: Nanae Mitobe Collection: Takahashi Ryutaro Collection

On Saturday, December 12, 2020, Terada Warehouse will open WHAT, a collector’s museum for contemporary art.
As part of the opening, the exhibition “Inside the Collector’s Vault, vol.1” will be held until May 30, 2021 (Sun).
This exhibition will feature the Takahashi Ryutaro Collection and Mr. A’s collection. (About 70 works by 19 artists)

Installation of view at the exhibition. Yoshitomo Nara “Rock and Roll” 2004.  Collection: Mr.A

◆”-Inside the Collector’s Vault, vol.1″
date:Dec. 12, 2020- May 30, 2021
closed: Mondays
address: WHAT(2-6-10, Higashishinagawa, shinagawa-ku, Tokyo)

admission:1200yen(adults), 700yen(College students), 500yen(high/junior high school students) *free for children under 12

more info

◆Works
【Takahashi Ryutaro Collection】
18artists and 30 works
Makoto Aida, Kei Imazu, Kazuki Umezawa, Enrico Isamu Oyama, Kenjiro Okazaki, Rikako Kawauchi, Yayoi Kusama, Sawako Goda, Aki Kondo, Hiraku Suzuki, Hiroki Tsukuda, Fumika Tsuchitori, DIEGO, Sho Nozawa, BIEN, Nanae Mitobe, Goro Murayama, Yuko Mori

Installation of view at the exhibition. Sho Nozawa’s work. Collection: Takahashi Ryutaro Collection

Installation of view at the exhibition. Aida Makoto’s works. Collection: Takahashi Ryutaro Collection

Installation of view at the exhibition. Kenjiro Okazaki’s work.  Collection: Takahashi Ryutaro Collection

Installation of view at the exhibition. Goro Murayama’s works. Collection: Takahashi Ryutaro Collection

Installation of view at the exhibition. left: Fumika Tsuchitori “I and You(knock knock knock)”, right: Rikako Kawauchi “Forest of the night”. Collection: Takahashi Ryutaro Collection

Installation of view at the exhibition. Hiraku Suzuki “GENZO”series. Collection: Takahashi Ryutaro Collection

Installation of view at the exhibition. Kazuki Umezawa’s works. Collection: Takahashi Ryutaro Collection

Installation of view at the exhibition. Enrico Isamu Oyama’s works. Collection: Takahashi Ryutaro Collection

Installation of view at the exhibition. Kei Imazu’s works. Collection: Takahashi Ryutaro Collection

Installation of view at the exhibition. Hiroki Tsukuda “Quarantine” 2018. Collection: Takahashi Ryutaro Collection

Installation of view at the exhibition. DIEGO “Landder Boys” 2019. Collection: Takahashi Ryutaro Collection

Installation of view at the exhibition. BIEN “Day for Night-” 2019. Collection: Takahashi Ryutaro Collection

Installation of view at the exhibition. Yuko Mori’s work. Collection: Takahashi Ryutaro Collection

【Mr.A’s Collection】
40 works of Yoshitomo Nara

Installation of view at the exhibition. Yoshitomo Nara’s works. Collection: Mr.A Collection

Installation of view at the exhibition. Yoshitomo Nara’s works. Collection: Mr.A Collection

Installation of view at the exhibition. Yoshitomo Nara “Untitled”. Collection: Mr.A Collection

Installation of view at the exhibition. Yoshitomo Nara’s works. Collection: Mr.A Collection

Installation of view at the exhibition. Yoshitomo Nara’s works. Collection: Mr.A Collection

Installation of view at the exhibition. Yoshitomo Nara’s works. Collection: Mr.A Collection

Installation of view at the exhibition. Yoshitomo Nara’s works. Collection: Mr.A Collection

Installation of view at the exhibition. Yoshitomo Nara’s works. Collection: Mr.A Collection

Installation of view at the exhibition. Yoshitomo Nara’s works. Collection: Mr.A Collection

《Series》Ryutaro Takahashi “Value of the Contemporary Art of Japan”

”Affordance Drawing”
The 3rd of our series, in which Takahashi shares his insight on the gems from his collection, introduces Hiraku Suzuki.

”Peeling the Skin of  the Earth”
The 2nd of our series, in which Takahashi shares his insight on the gems from his collection, introduces Tomoko Konoike.

”Expression through paradox”
The 1st of our series, in which Takahashi shares his insight on the gems from his collection, introduces Izumi Kato.