Tue. 02 Nov, 2021

Performance: Translating Christian Marclay


Some of Christian Marclays works are not only visual art, but also graphic scores for musicians, changing in the present time. As public programs of this exhibition, musicians living in Japan will improvise their own translations of Christian Marclay.

Saturday, January 15, 2022

  1. No! by KOM_I
  2. Ephemera: A Musical Score by Otomo Yoshihide

Sunday, January 16, 2022

  1. Noby Fuyuki Yamakawa
  2. Manga Scroll by Makigami Koichi

*Details of the January event will be announced on the web in late December.

=below events finished=

Sunday, November 21, 2021

  1. Noby Y
  2. To be continued by Jim O'Rourke [guitar], Tatsuhisa Yamamoto [drums], Marty Holoubek [bass], Eiko Ishibashi [flute], and Kei Matsumaru [saxophone]

Time15:30-16:30Doors open at 15:00
VenueMuseum of Contemporary Art Tokyo, B2F Auditorium
FeeFree. Christian Marclay Translating exhibition ticket is required to gain entry to this event.
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  • No!, 2020
    portfolio with fifteen Giclée prints
    43 × 32cm
    © Christian Marclay.

  • To be Continued, 2016
    printed booklet 30 × 22.5cm
    © Christian Marclay.

Manga Scroll, 2010
lithograpic hand scroll 40.6 × 2,000.3cm
© Christian Marclay. Courtesy of the artist & Paula Cooper Gallery, New York

Ephemera: A Musical Score (detail), 2009
From a set of 28 folios.
Produced and published by mfc-michèle didier, Paris /Brussels
© Christian Marclay & by mfc-michèle didier.
Courtesy Paula Cooper Gallery, New York.