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New Release: Gen de Art Issue 14

Gen de Art Issue 14 Cover: artwork by Japanese artist Yoshitomo Nara

Welcome to Gen de Art Issue 14, a realm where the boundaries of art and science blur, where fashion and culture dance in an elegant embrace, and where culinary arts transcend traditional tastes.


We embark on an intellectual odyssey with insights from the Nobel Prize and delve into Professor Claudia Goldin's pioneering research in gender economics. The enigmatic works of Yoshitomo Nara at the Aomori Museum of Art and Yasuo Sugimoto's vision of museums as economic and cultural hubs showcase the multifaceted relationship between art and science.

In Paris, the Fondation Louis Vuitton and the Patek Philippe Museum in Geneva offer a visual feast of contemporary art and exquisite timepieces. The Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain reveals the extraordinary world of Ron Mueck, blending realism and imagination.


The behind-the-scenes magic of the Tokyo International Film Festival 2023 and Mori Art Museum's engagement with the climate crisis reflect art's power to mirror and shape society. Architect Kengo Kuma and Nitten's Ryohei Miyata present unique perspectives on materiality and artistic expression.


We explore the artistic alliance between Chiharu Shiota and Château Mouton Rothschild, and the profound aesthetics of Yohji Yamamoto and Takay, masters of fashion's narrative and texture.


With Yutaka Sado at the helm of the New Japan Philharmonic and the luxurious amalgam of art and opulence at Signiel Seoul Hotel, we witness the unfolding future of cultural magnificence.


Join us in a gastronomic journey with Chef Shinobu Namae and Mauro Colagreco, where culinary innovation meets sustainability, challenging and delighting the palate.


Every story is a mosaic of human creativity, each piece a testament to the transformative power of art, science, and culture. As we traverse from the studios of groundbreaking artists to the heart of innovative culinary experiences, we invite you on a journey that transcends the conventional.

*Purchase for Gen de Art print magazine is now available at TSUTAYA, Rakuten and Amazon, while digital magazine is available at FUJISAN and ISSUU in Japan.


Gen de Art

Gen de Art is a destination for living art. It is a bilingual quarterly publication, covering the latest stories in art and cultureof outstanding high-profile craftsmen from Japan and across the world. The magazine highlights key artists who are redefining the boundaries of contemporary art, winemaking, and fine dining. At Gen de Art, we focus on important conversations and ask big questions to fully embrace the nature of artistic creation and various ways of expression.



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