Arts & Culture - Exhibitions 03/22

LOUIS VUITTON & Exhibition

With the new LOUIS VUITTON & Exhibition in Tokyo, the Maison celebrates over 160 years of creative exchanges and artistic collaborations.

Tracing a rich and pioneering journey, the exhibition draws particular focus to the enduring admiration and inspiration between Louis Vuitton and a multitude of celebrated Japanese artists and acclaimed personalities such as Kansai Yamamoto, Fragment’s Hiroshi Fujiwara, Yayoi Kusama, and Nigo®. From the tradition of trunk-making to the invention of Takashi Murakami’s “Superflat” art, LOUIS VUITTON & celebrates savoir-faire and innovation, connecting Paris to Tokyo across a universe of talent and through time.


jing Harajuku, Tokyo

March 19th – May 16th, 2021
Open every day from 10 am – 7 pm
Last entry 6 pm
Free Admission


Ten immersive spaces bring together pieces from Louis Vuitton’s history including both remarkable early 20th-century special-order trunks and historic window displays designed by Gaston-Louis Vuitton as well as iconic Monogram bags reimagined by modern creatives such as Karl Lagerfeld, Cindy Sherman, Rei Kawakubo and Frank Gehry. Also on display are original collaborations and commissions by artists including Arata Isozaki, Richard Prince, Zaha Hadid, as well as the more recent Artycapucines collection.


Guests including Takanori Iwata, Kōki, Rola, NIGO®, Ai Tominaga and Mirai Yamamoto share their first impressions on the new exhibition devoted to the Maison’s history of creative exchanges and artistic collaborations.

Takanori Iwata
Mackenyu Arata
Mirei Kiritani
Ai Tominaga
Aya Omasa
Mayuko Kawakita

Visit with JO1

Follow members of Japanese group JO1 as they explore some of the exhibition’s rooms from contemporary portraits of Louis Vuitton’s eponymous founder to an array of exceptional trunks and objects and finally an interactive digital installation.