• Kohei Nawa

    'Memorphosis Garden'

    2F central atrium

    2021.4.12-2022.4 (planned)

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"Methamorphosis Garden" is an installation on the theme of a world where life and substances or ambiguous things at the border coexist. As a development of the installation of Biota (Fora) in the Seto Inland Sea and Inujima, a new story from chaos was expressed. "Ether" and "Trans-Deer" as symbols of life standing up there with irregular islands and drops. Sculptures covered with grains of alumina and microbeads float in the atrium space. There, AR performances co-produced by choreographer Damian Jare develop, and the constantly changing world overlaps with real objects and AR images.

Kohei Nawa

Sculptor/Sandwitch Inc. presided over / Professor of Kyoto University of the Arts
Born in 1975 Based in Kyoto. In 2003, he completed a doctoral sculpture major at Kyoto City University of the Arts Graduate School of Art. Get the first doctor. Founded Sandwitch in 2009. Nawa focused on the epidermis of sculpture as an interface that connects to the senses, and in 2002 announced PixCel, a symbol of the information age, based on the concept of cell (cells and grains). Under the theme of the relationship between life and space, sensibility and technology, painting with gravity "Direction", "Force" where silicone oil pours into the air, "Biomarix" of foam and grid appearing on the liquid surface, and "Foam" where the foam itself grows into a huge volume, the definition of sculpture is flexibly interpreted, and the perception of the material is opened to viewers. In recent years, he has also worked on architectural projects such as the art pavilion "Kouiwa". Since 2015, he has been performing a performance work "VESSSEL" in Japan and abroad in collaboration with Belgian choreography / dancer Damian Jare. In 2018, a special sculpture "Throne" was exhibited in the pyramid of the Louvre Art Museum in France.


Tokuhito Yoshioka

'Prismatic Cloud'

Klaus Haapaniemi

"Celebration of Life - the Sea of the Stars -"

Chiharu Shioda

'Six ships'

Nicolas Buffe

"Fantastic Gift"-The Story of "Winter Kingdom" and "Summer Kingdom"

Daniel Bulen

“Like a flock of formations: work in it”

Yayoi Kusama



Because it is a familiar ingredient, it is rare to recognize that "Tamako" is originally an "egg" that is one stage of the birth of chicken life, but in the spring we are separated from the external environment. The birth of a life that is brought up in a fragile shell, breaks the shell, and inhales the earth's air may overlap the image of spring that endurs the winter. In addition, the newness that exceeds the existing one that is born when change is forced is called "breaking the shell". The breath of a new life released from a narrow shell will dance lightly in the air, receive the first blowing wind, spread gently, and sprout various other lives. The appearance of lathering egg whites and changing to fluffy meringue, expanding the association with the dressed-up lion and poodle hair, springing up with the arrival of spring, the feeling of being invited out of the door, and the excitement of meeting something new Expressed the joy. Every day, I want to grow eggs with the joy of my heart as I eat eggs.

Art Director: Yasuko Sato

PUBLIC ART GINZA SIX proposes a rich life where you can get close to art. Through collaboration with artists and creators, we will develop art programs that stimulate creative energy and sensitivity full of surprising elements.

A sculpture that combines the shape of a morning glory, bellflowers, chrysanthemums, and butterflies with the Edo Komon pattern. At first glance, Edo Komon is one of the small patterns with fine and regular patterns so that it looks like a base. This is the result of craftsmen competing on how to dig and dye fine patterns against the `` luxurious prohibition ordinance '' issued in the Edo period, which prohibits flashy kimono, and refined the design. It is a symbol of aesthetic sense of the times. ※Writer's message "I will create an immortal flower to connect the time, memory, culture, and people's thoughts deposited here in the future."

Shinji Ohmaki

Born in Gifu Prefecture in 1971. He presents dynamic installation works and public art in Japan and abroad that transform the exhibition space into an extraordinary world and wake up the physical sense of the viewer.

Photo: Kenkato

Under the theme of "Rakuen and Boundary", the entire space is regarded as a canvas, and it is composed and drawn using a mirror, and the painting space and reality intersect. Those who stand in front of the picture are reflected in the picture, and the viewer is the protagonist of the painting. By drawing the image of a fictitious paradise in everyone's head with a mirror, the people who come and go, the actual scenery and the world of imagination are mixed, 2D and 3D, what is and is not, past and present, Ideals and reality reverse and create a new space and vision. These symbolize the future being formed by people's imagination.

Misa Funai

Born in Kyoto in 1974. Graduated from the University of Tsukuba Graduate School of Arts in 2001. Exhibited at the "VOCA Exhibition" Ueno Forest Museum of Art in 2009 and 2010 and at the "Wandaful World" Exhibition in Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Contemporary Art in 2014.

The newly drawn paintings for GINZA SIX have a dynamism on the swaying color, and the contrast expands the deep and vast space. The open and infinite space is our unconscious, and the shape drawn like dancing feels like a part (consciousness) of what we can see. A vivid color painting in a space a little away from the commercial space. People passing in front of them are invited to a pictorial space in Domoto, which is hollowed out by a double structure of unconsciousness and consciousness.

Yuumi Domoto

Born in Paris in 1960. After graduating from the Department of Painting at Tama Art University, graduated from Cooper Union Art (New York). Since his first solo exhibition at Ekijibit Space in Saga-cho in 1990, he has participated in numerous exhibitions in Japan and abroad and has been in many museums.

On the wall (living wall) with a height of about 12m at two locations in the LIVING WALL ART building, a pair of art works by JTQ Tanikawa Junji Reduce will be exhibited.

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    "Universe of Water Particles on the Living Wall"

    Living Wall Chuo-dori

    Size: H11,810 x W1,920mm
    Specification: Digital Installation, LED, Endless

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A video work depicting a waterfall that changes with the sunset. "We make rocks three-dimensionally in a virtual three-dimensional space and let the rocks fall water. Water is expressed in a series of countless water particles and calculates the interaction between particles. The waterfall is built as a physical water exercise simulation. Then, a line is drawn on the space by raising 0.1% of water particles randomly selected from the whole water particles. I'm drawing a waterfall with a set of lines. In other words, there are 1000 times the amount of water particles behind the countless lines, and the curves of the lines are determined by the interaction of the whole. "


An ultra technologist group composed of specialists in various fields of digital society. He is working on the concept of collective creation beyond the boundaries of art, science, technology and creativity.


  • Patrick Blanc

    'Living Canyon'

    Living Wall Mihara-dori

    Size: H11,020 x W2,700mm

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Patrick Blanc's original vertical flat art work that uses no soil, interwoven with various plants including endemic species that inhabit Japan. As the work name suggests, it represents the deep valley bottom covered with shadows from the top of the cliff illuminated by the sun's light. Plants also inhabit all weather slopes because each variety perfectly adapts to its unique light energy. The diversity of plant varieties reflects the delicate botanical "beauty", "creativity" and "strategy".

Patrick Blanc

Born in Paris in 1953. A botanist and artist. He works on many vertical garden projects in various environments around the world. Major projects include the Ke Blanri Museum in Paris, One Central Park in Sydney, and the Green Bridge in the 21st Century Museum of Art in Kanazawa.