NEWS

  • 2022.11.16|NEWS - INFO

    Group exhibition: PER AMICA SILENTIA LUNAE

    Tir Na Nog celebrated the seventh anniversary of its opening in November 2015.
    We are pleased to present a group exhibition featuring artists who have exhibited at the gallery in the past.

    Under the title "With the Silence of the Moon as a Friend," ten artists present new and old works related to the moon.
    The moon has fascinated mankind since time immemorial. It has always stimulated our imagination and had a great influence on all aspects of human life, including art and literature. Here, the gentle moon shining pale and white on a winter night is expressed in various media.
    Please come and view these pieces with us.

    13:00 – 19:00 November 26 to December 18, 2022.
    Closed on Mondays and Tuesdays

    Participating artists:
    Tadashi Aono, Yuji Akatsuka, Makoto Ito, Nakaba Kouzu,
    Kaori Kogashiwa, Hitoshi Tohara, Nobuo Hashiba,
    Kentaro Baba, Hideyuki Nagasawa, Shin Morikita, Tokiwa Wada.
  • 2022.08.02|NEWS - INFO

    Summer House Collection 2022

    August 6–28, 2022
    13:00 – 19:00
    Closed Mondays and Tuesdays

    We will be showing a selection of our collected art works, ranging from 19th century engravings to contemporary art works.
    Please come and enjoy the variety of impressions.

  • 2022.05.07|NEWS - PUBLISHING

    Notice of publication: A Classroom Traveling through Art

    Tir na nog Press announces the publication of A Classroom Traveling through Art, a recount of Kimio Tsuchiya's 26 years of teaching as a professor at Musashino Art University, in the form of essays by his students. Mr. Tsuchiya is a renowned world-class sculptor.
  • 2022.02.25|NEWS - PUBLISHING

    Notice of publication: Merlin the Cat

    Tir na nog Press announces the publication of Merlin the Cat, an art picture book by popular children’s book artist Kaori Kogawashiwa (text by Kyoko Hunter).
  • 2022.02.25|NEWS - PUBLISHING

    Notice of publication: Vintage Moon

    Tir na nog Press announces the publication of Vintage Moon by science journalist Kazuo Terakado.
  • 2018.05.20|NEWS - INFO

    Poetry Speaks Art

    2018.6.3 (Sunday)18:00~20:00

    In this event, participants read 17 poems, in English and Japanese, by W.B. Yeats while looking at artworks inspired by those very poems. The MCs were poets Rain Michiyama and Lawrie Hunter.
    People came and read the Yeats poems.

    Some people improvised a response to one of the contemporary art works in the gallery.
    Some spoke their own poems.
    Some just listened.
  • 2017.06.01|NEWS - INFO

    Salon Concert: Celtic Live with fiddle and Irish harp

    15:00 – 17:00 June 17, 2017 at Tir na nog Gallery
    Fiddle: Kana Otake
    Irish harp: Megumi Mano