A quiet residential area in Nerima, Tokyo.
The impressive ivy-covered Fujiwara residence was once a creative place where people painted, played music, spun poetry, shot videos… and shared the joys and sorrows of creation.
Because of the large number of people from all over the world who came and went here, the nickname Nerima + Residence = Neridence was born.
The house has been vacant since its sale was postponed due to the pandemic, but the impending sale of the Fujiwara residence will be the occasion for the first and last art exhibition, “Tsutau (ivy) Art”.
In this exhibition, Western paintings and collected works by the late Kazu Fujiwara, music by Atsushi Fujiwara, contemporary poetry by Luna Murano, installations, photographs, and videos will “hang” in visitors’ hearts like ivy covering the Fujiwara residence.
The grand piano in the music room is available for anyone to play freely, and visitors are also free to take home genre-less old books and records, including art books, sheet music, novels, and Western books that lie in the Fujiwara residence.
In this time of chaos, we hope that this exhibition will be a place where we can look forward to a kind future through dialogue with a variety of artworks and people. Please come and join us.
First period of the exhibition
December 9 to December 25, 2022
Second period of the exhibition
January 6 to January 22, 2023
2-16-14, Nerima, Nerima-ku, Tokyo, 176 – 0001, Japan
8 minute walk from the North Exit of Nerima Station
Fri-Sun 12:00am – 7:00pm
Sat 12:00am – 9:00pm