Pavilion Tokyo 2021: A Glimpse of the Changing Metropolitan Cityscape

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Nine structures of art and architecture paint a new picture of Tokyo’s progressive urban evolution. If you happen to walk around the neighborhoods of Kudanshita, Omotesando, Shibuya, Shimbashi, Shinagawa and Yoyogi these days you may catch glimpses of a giant green teahouse, blue castle, floating clouds and other artistic structures dotting the landscape. Ongoing until Sept. 5, 2021, these installations, designed by six Japanese architects and three artists, are exhibits of Pavilion Tokyo 2021. Planned by the Watari-um Museum of Contemporary Art, the project was organized by the Tokyo Metropol…

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