Leandro Erlich: Seeing and Believing
In a nutshell
This is a large, fun exhibit filled with optical illusions that inspire the viewer to question assumptions and see things in a different way. There are lots of photo ops and because it's interactive the exhibition makes for an outing that the whole family can enjoy.
The Mori Art Museum is located on the 53rd floor of the Roppongi Hills Mori Tower. The venue is large enough to accommodate Erlich’s considerable installations.
English? (labels/audio guides/handouts)
All of the wall text is in English and Japanese.
It is quite entertaining to interact with an exhibition that causes you to do a double take to know if seeing is believing.
You don’t have to be an art lover to enjoy the experience of questioning your reality.
How far out?
Located in Roppongi Hills about a five minute walk from the Roppongi metro station.
How much time?
About 45 minutes.
How much money?
¥1,800 for general admission
April 1, 2018
Rating: make a special trip, see it if you’re in the area or have some free time, see it only if you like this specific type of art
Worth a special trip.