Pop-Up Store of Tom Sachs, a popular modern artist

April 17, 2019
EVENT NEWS

BEAMS opens the Tom Sachs’ Pop-Up Store at its flagship shop, BEAMS HARAJUKU. Tom Sachs is a popular modern artist known for his sculpture.

The BEAMS Pop-Up Store will complement the Tom Sachs solo exhibition Tea Ceremony at Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery. Tom Sachs supervised the interior of the Pop-Up Store and it carries many of his signature touches. The Pop-Up Store stocks the popular and rarely available “NASA Chair” which Tom Sachs used in the installation of his show NASA SPACE PROGRAM: MARS at PARK AVENUE ARMORY in NY in 2012. BEAMS as the first retailer in the world to collaborate with Tom Sachs and this occasion will be commemorated with a limited number of t-shirts as well as merchandise from the Tom Sachs official web store.

NASA Chair

Price:¥140,000(+tax)

NASA Chair Terms of Sale


How to purchase

- Enter the drawing at BEAMS Harajuku store.
- Entries accepted from 11am, Friday 19th April until 8pm, Sunday 21st April.
- BEAMS Harajuku staff will notify the winners only, by phone by 8pm, Monday 29th April. (Tel: 03-3470-3947)
- Winners must purchase and, pick up in person, between 11am, Wednesday 8th May - 8pm, Tuesday 14th May at BEAMS Harajuku store.
- If unclaimed during the above period, wins will be invalid.

Please read ’Notes concerning drawing and purchasing’ before visiting the store to enter.

Notes concerning drawing and purchasing

- Before entering, please understand that the whole package is considered to be the art.
* Every chair from Tom Sachs’ archive is unique. Paint strokes and rust conditions may differ on each chair. No selection can be made.
- All winners must visit BEAMS Harajuku to claim their win. Shipping options are not available.
- One entry per person.
- Cancellation of win will not be accepted.
- One of the below valid photo IDs is required to claim your win. Photo copied IDs will not be accepted.
1.Drivers license 2.Passport 3.Student Card 4.Employee Card
For those who do not possess any of the above, photo ID booklet for the physically disabled or My Number Card will be accepted as an exception. Basic Resident Register cards are not sufficient.
- Multiple entries with the same name will be disqualified, with no exception.
- We cannot answer any questions concerning the draw, winners, or number of items remaining in stock.
- No returns, no exchanges.
- Sale can be declined to participant in or outside of the store if BEAMS deems cheat or abuse to the process are attempted.
- We cannot respond to inquiries concerning the inventory.
- BEAMS CLUB CARD is limited for use to the original card holder.
- BEAMS will not be liable for any altercations among customers.
- Entering of draw and sales of items may be declined to those who fail to comply with instructions of store staff.

* Above terms of sales and rules are subject to change. (Updated 9th April, 2019)

Tom Sachs × BEAMS

Color:WHITE
Size:M, L, XL, XXL
Price:¥5,500(+tax)

GOODS LIST

Ten Bullet T-Shirt

Color:WHITE
Size:M, L, XL
Price:¥4,000(+tax)

Quarter Screw

Price:¥25,000(+tax)

Bic Mini 4-in-1 Pen

Color:WHITE
Price:¥1,500(+tax)

Chawan Vol.1

Price:¥12,000(+tax)

JPL Notepad

Price:¥2,400(+tax)

Tea Ceremony Manual

Price:¥14,000(+tax)

Japan Deck White

Price:¥2,593(+tax)

Command Service Module Lamp

Price:¥150,000(+tax)

Related merchandise Terms of Sale

- Sales start on Friday, 19th April.
- At BEAMS Harajuku.
- Purchases are limited to one item per person.
- Reservations, delivery, and online sales will not be available.
- No returns and no exchanges.
- For defective item, a refund will be the only option due to limit of stock.
- Please refrain from lining up from the night before and other activities that may disturb our neighbors.
- Sale can be declined to participant in or outside of the store if BEAMS deems cheat or abuse to the process are attempted.
- We cannot respond to inquiries concerning the inventory.
- BEAMS CLUB CARD is limited for use to the original card holder.
- BEAMS will not be liable for any altercations among customers.
- Sales of items may be declined to those who fail to comply with instructions of store staff.

Enquiries: BEAMS Harajuku (03-3470-3947)
* Above terms of sales and rules are subject to change. (Updated 9th April, 2019)

Period
19 April – 6 May 2019
Address
1F/2F, 3-24-7 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Tel
03 3470 3947
Opening Hours
11:00 – 20:00

Tom Sachs

photo: Mario Sorrenti

TOM SACHS (b. 1966, New York) is a New York-based sculptor known for his work inspired by icons of modernism and design. Using modest studio materials, Sachs creates parallel universes incorporating semi-functional sculpture, sometimes deployed by the artist and his studio assistants for interactive projects, as in Nutsy’s (2001-3) and Space Program (2007, 2012, 2016-17).

His work is in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art, New York; the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York; the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; the J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles; and the Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco; and the Astrup Fearnley Museet for Moderne Kunst, Oslo among others.

He has had solo exhibitions at the Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas (2017-18), Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco (2016-17), Noguchi Museum, New York (2016), the Brooklyn Museum, New York (2016), the Contemporary Austin, Texas (2015), the Park Avenue Armory, New York (2012), Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, Ridgefield, CT (2009), Gagosian Gallery, Los Angeles (2007), Lever House, New York (2008),Fondazione Prada, Milan (2006), and the Deutsche Guggenheim, Berlin (2003), the Bohen Foundation, New York (2002), SITE Santa Fe (1999)among others. His film A Space Program was released by Zeitgeist in 2016, offering viewers a glimpse into the artist’s studio practice, philosophy, and the narrative surrounding his 2012 project with Creative Time at the Park Avenue Armory.

www.tomsachs.org

Tom Sachs : Tea Ceremony

Tea Ceremony Exhibition at Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery is a representation of Sachs’ reworking Chanoyu, traditional Japanese tea ceremony.

Related Exhibitions

Tom Sachs: Tea Ceremony
TOKYO OPERA CITY ART GALLERY
20 April – 23 June 2019
Tom Sachs: Smutshow
TOMIO KOYAMA GALLERY
20 April – 25 May 2019
Tom Sachs: Indoctrination Center
KOMAGOME 1-14 cas
20 April – 14 May 2019

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