NYC subway museum Tenement Museum (TMT) has opened in New York’s Union Square.
The museum opened on Tuesday and was dedicated by NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio.
The TMT is a five-year project which will feature over 1,500 works by more than 100 artists and exhibit space for more than 3,000 exhibits, including more than 200 works by Japanese artists.
The exhibit space includes the TMT’s largest collection of Japanese-language works, which was curated by Tokyo-based artist Ryohei Kobayashi.
TMT was founded in 2014 and aims to provide artists and visitors with an opportunity to explore the city and to interact with artworks that represent NYC.
It was founded by Ryoichi Kobayashi, who was inspired to begin his career in art through the Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Art (TMM).
“I wanted to create a place for people to explore art in a new way and to see that it was not only Japanese-American art that made the city special, but also American art that was unique to the city,” Kobayase told The Next World.
The new TMT museum will house more than 400 artworks from the city’s rich collection of 19th-century Japanese artists, some of which will be displayed in the museum.
In addition to Japanese- and American-style works, TMT also will feature works from the United States, Japan, the United Kingdom, Australia and Europe.
The gallery space will also house works from a number of other countries, including Spain, Italy, Belgium, Germany, Poland, Ukraine and Russia.
The space will open to the public on January 6 and will open on February 7.
Kobayasu says that the opening of the TMB was an opportunity for him to showcase his work and also give back to the community.
“We’ve been working on this project for over five years, and it has become an important part of the city.
The city is a place that is very welcoming and welcoming of everyone,” Kobazashi said.
Kobazashi was born in Tokyo in 1964, and has lived in New Jersey since he was six years old.
“I think that New York is a great place to live, and I think that people here are very creative, so I am very proud to have a place like this,” Kobakashi told The New York Times.
“If it is a good place for me to live here, I want to live there.”
The TMB will be open to public for six months from January 1, 2020, and will close on February 15, 2020.
The building is located at 7th Avenue and 5th Avenue in Manhattan.