“Words & Pictures: Important Things We Learn from Children,” 2011. Exhibition view at
3331 Arts Chiyoda, Tokyo. Courtesy 3331 Arts Chiyoda
Based in the renovated Rensei Junior High School, 3331 Arts Chiyoda creates a space in which leading artists and creative practitioners have the freedom to present their diverse expressions. 3331 brings together cutting-edge art with the familiar everyday.
The first-floor gallery presents an exciting range of exhibitions highlighting 3331’s unique vision of the art scene. 3331 aims to break the barrier of inaccessibility often associated with art museums, and instead create an art space that everyone can enter at ease, as well as a wide range of spaces that visitors can enjoy for free. Walking throughout the arts center, visitors can sense the creative energy that makes up 3331, through its diverse range of artists and creative practitioners.
3331 is an active space that hosts a wide range of events and exhibitions, and transmits a new form of expression—not only as a hub for Tokyo, but also as a hub that links Japan’s various regions to those of wider Asia, with the objective of forming an international base for a new kind of art.