You can now tour the Towada Art Center’s permanent collection from the comfort of your home.
VR brings the permanent exhibition at the Towada Art Center to life with a month of virtual tours available to the public from January 21 (Thu) to February 21 (Sun), 2021.
This three-dimensional journey immerses the viewer in the collection and provides an exclusive 360-degree panorama of the exhibition space. See Ron Mueck’s Standing Woman and Suh Do Ho’s Cause and Effect as well as the surrounding exhibition space and enjoy a radically different perspective from that of a photograph. This virtual tour also offers an entirely new way to experience Ryue Nishizawa’s remarkable architecture. Get a feel for the unique integration of artwork and architecture, where exhibition rooms alternate with glass corridors for views of the city outside. Many of the artworks also include video commentary from the center’s director and curators.
Top image: Ana Laura Araez, Bridge of Light
*Image from the virtual tour
Thursday, January 21, 2021 – Sunday, February 21, 2021
Price: 200 yen
3D VR Experience of the Towada Art Center Permanent Collection
*Link valid for 48 hours after purchase
Agency for Cultural Affairs
Artlogue Inc. is producing and managing the project as part of the Agency for Cultural Affairs’ project to enhance the profitability of cultural arts by charging 3D VR content for museum exhibitions.
See ARTLOGUE’s website here.
In Cooperation with
Towada Art Center