Tadao Ando: From Emptiness to Infinity (G)

Asia Premiere

SYNOPSIS

Called the 'Japanese Master of Minimalism' and 'the father of haiku architecture', Tadao Ando is one of the most revered architects working today. The film interviews, accompanies, and observes the Pritzker laureate at work to understand the sources, inspiration, and motivation driving him and his world-famous buildings.

INFORMATION
  • Director Mathias Frick
  • Subject Architecture, Japan Culture
  • Language German, Japanese (Eng Sub)
  • Runtime 52 mins
REVIEWS

“Tadao Ando - From Emptiness To Infinity is a rounded portraiture of the architect and his architecture, one that is just balanced enough so it is neither an inflated, fanatic tribute nor a deadening discourse...”
Indesignlive Singapore

“Tadao Ando: From Emptiness to Infinity will appeal to both Japanophiles and minimalists...”
7x7

Tadao Ando’s Bold Visions: Distractingly Daring In Design
The Japan Times

“He’s a visionary...”
The New York Times