2020 has been a wild year, and Tadanori Yokoo's State of Emergency exhibition at the Yokoo Tadanori Museum of Contemporary Art encapsulates this. As one of the country's most successful and internationally recognized graphic designers and artists, he has often been referred to as 'The Andy Warhol of Japan' because of his unique, reality-bending style.
The works in the State of Emergency exhibition will have a crisis theme, with the lines between truth and fiction being blurred. Adult admission to the event is 700 yen.
The Yokoo Tadanori Museum of Contemporary Art can be conveniently accessed via several train stations.
The venue is approximately six minutes on foot from the Hankyu Oji-koen Station, 10 minutes on foot from the JR Nada Station, or 12 minutes on foot from the Hanshin Iwaya Station.
For those who are driving to the venue, it's approximately an 8 minute drive from the Maya Interchange of the Hanshin Expressway. Paid parking is available.
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