Did you know that the Japan Society building was built on land donated by Rockefeller, and opened in 1971 as the first building to be built by a leading Japanese architect in New York City?
Join New York Adventure Club for an exclusive, after-hours tour inside Japan Society, a cultural non-profit organization situated in a beautiful landmarked building designed by Japanese architect Junzo Yoshimura.
While inside, you will be treated to:
- A private tour of Japan Society’s current gallery exhibition, A Third Gender: Beautiful Youths in Japanese Prints, which features over 70 woodblock prints, paintings, ornaments and luxury objects.
- In-depth insights on the exhibition origins, showcased artwork, and applications to contemporary themes of gender and sexual expression.
- A walkthrough of the landmarked headquarters, where you’ll witness stunning backdrops of indoor gardens, reflecting pools, and a waterfall.
- A relaxing post-tour tea social, where attendees can mingle, ask questions, and share reflections on the experience.
*This exhibition does contain some sexually explicit materials. Viewer discretion is advised.
See you there!
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