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6th Fei Print Award Exhibition

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6th Fei Print Award Exhibition
at Fei Art Museum Yokohama
1F Yokohama Tsuruya-cho Bldg., 3-33-2 Tsuruya-cho, Kanagawa-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa 221-0835
Media: Prints - Party
(2017-09-10 - 2017-09-20)

Selected works from this year’s Fei Print Award open-call contest.




Kiyoshi Nakagamai Exhibition

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Kiyoshi Nakagamai Exhibition
at Galerie Paris
1F Mitsuibussan Building, 14 Nihon Odori, Naka-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa-ken 231-0021
Media: Painting - Talks
(2017-09-12 - 2017-09-24)

Paintings by Kiyoshi Nakagamai, an artist who has spent most of his life living and working around Yokohama and Kanagawa. He recently moved to Chiba but feels he will be back.




Picasso and Chagall: Imaginary Dialogues

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Picasso and Chagall: Imaginary Dialogues
at Pola Museum of Art
1285 Kozukayama Sengokuhara, Hakone-machi, Ashigarashimo-gun, Kanagawa-ken, 250-0631
Media: Painting - Crafts - Workshops - Talks
(2017-03-18 - 2017-09-24)

This exhibition presenting the work of Pablo Picasso (1881-1973) and Marc Chagall (1887-1985) commemorates the museum’s 15th anniversary. Picasso and Chagall developed their distinctive styles in Paris when the city was the center of avant-garde creativity at the beginning of 20th century. Both men were affected by upheavals in their homelands and by the two world wars, though they continued to work prolifically throughout their lifetimes. Picasso famously said, “Every act of creation is first an act of destruction.” He repeatedly introduced innovations with his strong lines and distorted objects. Chagall gained recognition as a painter of color and stories through the light-filled narrative landscapes of his hometown. The two painters were both leading artists of the 20th century, each in their own unique way. This exhibition brings together around 80 works, mainly paintings, by the two men in order to explore their creative trajectories and attitudes towards peace. [Related Events] “Maha Harada Talk Event: Now Is The Time To Talk About Guernica” “Guernica (tapestry),” one of the highlights of this exhibition, is a woven work based on Picasso’s famous mural painting “Guernica,” which he produced in response to the indiscriminate air strikes carried out over Guernica, in the Basque region of Spain. Novelist Maha Harada will speak in front of the tapestry, which makes an appearance in her book “Guernica Uncovered.” Event Date: Apr. 22 (Sat) 16:30-18:30 Venue: Pola Art Museum Exhibition Space & Auditorium Admission: Free (exhibition admission ticket required) Bookings can be made as on Mar. 18 (Sat) via the official website of the Peatix website: http://peatix.com/event/245736 (opens Mar. 18) *Event in Japanese. “Chagall’s Loves: A Week of Events” 1. Aroma Workshop: Create your own perfume Event Date: Apr. 30 (Sun) Admission: ¥1500 (exhibition admission ticket also required) 2. Talk event & concert of music from Chagall’s hometown Event Date: May 3 (Wed) Admission: Free (exhibition admission ticket required) 3. The lives of Picasso and Chagall - the greatest artists of the 20th century: Talk event by the Museum Director Event Date: May 4 (Thu) Admission: Free (exhibition admission ticket required) 4. Enjoy the fresh greenery: Observing spring nature Event Date: May 5 (Fri) Admission: Free (exhibition admission ticket required) *Events in Japanese. *See official website for further details.




Kazue Nagato Exhibition

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Kazue Nagato Exhibition
at Sogo Yokohama Art Gallery
2-18-1 Takashima, Nishi-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa 220-8510
Media: Painting
(2017-09-19 - 2017-09-25)

Displaying 30 new works by Kazue Nagato, a painter inspired by horses since growing up on a ranch as a child. Her oil paintings capture the gentleness, beauty, and powerful dynamism of these beasts.




Makoto Oneta Exhibition

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Makoto Oneta Exhibition
at Sogo Yokohama Art Gallery
2-18-1 Takashima, Nishi-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa 220-8510
Media: Painting
(2017-09-19 - 2017-09-25)

Oil paintings by Makoto Oneta.




Under 35s 2017: Ayano Nanakarage

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Under 35s 2017: Ayano Nanakarage
at BankArt Studio NYK
3-9 Kaigandori, Naka-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa-ken 231-0002
Media: Sculpture - Art Festival - Party
(2017-09-15 - 2017-09-26)

Ayano Nanakarage produces sculptural works, using wood to express her observations and artistic interpretations of nature and natural phenomena such as mountains, stones, dried plants, and rainbows.




Shoco Hi’ilei “Mahalo, Hawaii - Road to the aroma of Pua melia”

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Shoco Hi’ilei “Mahalo, Hawaii - Road to the aroma of Pua melia”
at Gallery - T
1-9-10 Katase Kaingan, Fujisawa-shi, Kanagawa 251-0035
Media: Photography - Party
(2017-09-15 - 2017-09-27)

Photography exhibition by Shoco Hi’ilei presenting works shot in Hawaii during a trip to the island. See how the artist has captured the scent of Haiwaii, its sea and sky.




203gow “Strange world of knit”

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203gow “Strange world of knit”
at Yokosuka Museum of Art
4-1 Kamoi, Yokosuka-shi, Kanagawa-ken 239-0813
Media: Sculpture - Installation
(2017-07-15 - 2017-10-01)

203gow (pronounced Ni-maru-san-go) is a knitting instructor who also produces highly unique knitted works of various forms. For someone like 203gow, once you discover the threads and start seeing everything in the world in knitted terms, it seems that there is nothing you can do but keep knitting. The colorful three-dimensional objects that 203gow produces can range from small pieces to works measuring a massive 8 meters in length. The focus on this exhibition is sea creatures, though works such as “Forest caterpillar” and knitted scenes from daily life will also be presented. Discover the cute, if slightly strange, knit world of 203gow.




Yuji Hayata: Photographer of Showa Stars

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Yuji Hayata: Photographer of Showa Stars
at Newspark - The Japan Newspaper Museum
Yokohama Joho Bunka Center, 11 Nihon Odori, Naka-ku, Yokohama-shi 231-8311
Media: Photography - Video and Film
(2017-07-01 - 2017-10-01)

Celebrating the 100th anniversary of the birth of Yuji Hayata, who photographed postwar celebrities such as singer Hibari Misora, actor Ken Takakura, and actress Ruriko Asaoka.




Leonardo Da Vinci: Approaching the 500th Anniversary of His Death

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Leonardo Da Vinci: Approaching the 500th Anniversary of His Death
at Sogo Museum of Art
2-18-1 Takashima, Nishi-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa-ken 220-8510
Media: Product
(2017-08-02 - 2017-10-15)

Leonardo Da Vinci died in 1519. His achievements include masterpiece paintings such as The Last Supper as well as a vast number of hand-written manuscripts. These manuscripts, which Da Vinci spent decades producing, record his research and drawings on fields is diverse as mechanical engineering, aerodynamics, astronomy, geometry, architecture, anatomy, and the natural sciences. This exhibition introduces some of the incredible inventions he envisioned in these manuscripts, with 60 large models based on his plans: a glider, tank, mechanical drum, and spring-powered automobile are among the displays.




150 Selected Equine Museum Works and Akira Yamaguchi’s “Horse Stable 2016”

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150 Selected Equine Museum Works and Akira Yamaguchi’s “Horse Stable 2016”
at Equine Museum of Japan
1-3 Negishidai, Naka-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa 231-0853

(2017-09-09 - 2017-10-29)

The Equine Museum of Japan, dedicated to spreading and preserving horse-related culture, presents a selection of 150 works from its collection of more than 150,000 for this memorial year exhibition. It also unveils Akira Yamaguchi’s recently completed painting “Horse Stable 2016”, which the artist began during last year’s “Uma Kagami” exhibition. Other work by Yamaguchi and some of his favorite items from the museum collection are also displayed.




Utamaro’s “Fukagawa in the Snow” and “Flowers in Yoshiwara” – Reunited after 138 Years

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Utamaro’s “Fukagawa in the Snow” and “Flowers in Yoshiwara” – Reunited after 138 Years
at Okada Museum Of Art
493 Kowakudani, Hakone-machi, Asigara Shimo-gun, Kanagawa 250-0406
Media: Nihonga - Prints
(2017-07-28 - 2017-10-29)

The Edo-period Ukiyo-e painter Utamaro Kitagawa’s “Setsugekka” (Snow, Moon, Flowers) series is a hand-painted triptych. In 1989 it travelled to Paris for exhibition before its “Moon in Shinagawa” and “Flowers in Yoshiwara” were purchased by American museums. Meanwhile, the third painting, “Fukagawa in the Snow,” returned to Japan, but from 1952 its whereabouts were unknown until it its rediscovery in 2012. This work was acquired by the Okada Museum of Art, which now presents it and “Flowers in Yoshiwara” together for the first time in Japan in 138 years. A full-sized detailed reproduction of “Moon in Shinagawa” is also exhibited.




Koichiro Tokumochi “Jazz Art Promenade - Playing the Line”

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Koichiro Tokumochi “Jazz Art Promenade - Playing the Line”
at Yokohama Bayquarter Gallery Box
1-10 Kinko-cho, Kanagawa-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa 221-0056
Media: Drawing - Sculpture
(2017-08-26 - 2017-11-01)

The 24th edition of the annual jazz festival “Yokohama Jazz Promenade” will be held this October in Yokohama, the Japanese city known for it’s strong relationship with Jazz. In the lead up to the event, this exhibition will present a number of works by Koichiro Tokumochi, who depicts many of the world’s most loved jazz musicians. The show spanning three floors centers on Tokumochi’s “Wire Game” works and promises to display a colorful variety of other pieces, including illustrations and drawings made in wool. In addition, various figures from film will feature, including movie director Woody Allen and actress Marilyn Monroe.




Across the Ocean: Hawaiian Quilts from the Honolulu Museum of Art

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Across the Ocean: Hawaiian Quilts from the Honolulu Museum of Art
at Chigasaki City Museum of Art
8 minute walk from the South exit of Chigasaki Station on the JR Sagami and Tokaido lines. From the South exit of JR Chigasaki Station, take the Community-Eboshi bus and get off at Toshokan-mae.
Media: Product - Fashion - Crafts - Workshops - Talks
(2017-09-10 - 2017-11-05)

For the third year of sister-city status between Chigasaki and Honolulu, the Chigasaki City Museum of Art presents 20 vintage Hawaiian quilts from the Honolulu Museum of Art.




Artists in FAS 2017

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Artists in FAS 2017
at Fujisawa City Art Space
6F Cocco Terrace Shonan, 2-2-2 Tsujido-kandai, Fujisawa-shi, Kanagawa 251-0041
Media: Painting - Installation - Art Competition - Workshops - Talks
(2017-09-05 - 2017-11-05)

Artists in FAS is an artist in residence program which allows artists to stay and make work at Fujisawa City Art Space. This program attracted 125 applications from around the country with three artists selected by a special jury. These artists, Natsumi Ito, Yumiko Segawa, and Tamao Narukawa spent up to two months at FAS creating paintings, sculpture, video art, and other works. 8hotel Prize-winner O. Sujin unveils special products made with Shonan sand for guest rooms. Works by these four artists are on display.




BankART Life Ⅴ (5) —Kanko

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BankART Life Ⅴ (5) —Kanko
at BankArt Studio NYK
3-9 Kaigandori, Naka-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa-ken 231-0002
Media: Illustration - Painting - Drawing - Photography - Sculpture - Installation - Fashion
(2017-08-03 - 2017-11-05)

The Kanko tour starts out at BankArt Studio NYK with a stroll around fields of flowers by the sea, then heads up to an “island” room of architecturally enclosed light. The river bank features flora and fauna. The group will also visit a house floating on the water. The next part of the program goes to Koganecho, the NYK Maritime Museum, and Kitanaka, an area currently undergoing redevelopment that once served as an epicenter of Japan’s modernization and that hosted the Kitanaka Brick & Kitanaka White studio hosting 253 artists just over a decade ago.




Koganecho Bazaar 2017 - Double Façade: Various ways to encounter others

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Koganecho Bazaar 2017 - Double Façade: Various ways to encounter others
at Site-A gallery and shop
1-6 Kogane-cho, Naka-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa 231-0054
Media: Painting - Drawing - Photography - Sculpture - Installation - Video and Film - Sound - Performance Art - Art Festival - Workshops - Talks
(2017-08-04 - 2017-11-05)

This is the 10th edition of Koganecho Bazaar, an annual art festival hosted by the Koganecho Management Center, an NPO that uses art to revitalize the Yokohama City Naka Ward Koganecho urban area. At one time the number of illegal business in the Koganecho area of Yokohama reached about 260, which caused many long-established shops and local residents from the area to move away and sparked the degeneration of the living environment, which became a growing problem for the surrounding communities. After the Kanagawa Prefectural Police Department began an all-round crackdown in 2005, various regional initiatives and projects lead by the police, the government, businesses, and universities looked to restore the area to its former thriving state, making it a safe and secure place once again. The first Koganecho Bazaar was held in 2008 with an aim of community development through the arts, welcoming guest artists from various cultural backgrounds to present works based on their experiences and understanding of everyday life in Koganecho. Considering these artists as new residents, their activities, and the coexistence of such diverse cultures, allowed new relationships to form between individuals in the town and a new sense of time to emerge. *This event is in two parts: Vol. 1: August 4 (Fri) - September 13 (Thu) Vol. 2: September 15 (Fri) - November 5 (Sun) [Related Events] “Bazaar Collectors Auction” Koganecho Bazaar is an art festival where artists host activities in local private spaces and shops. A “free” (money-less) auction will be held for residents on August 4 (Fri) to mark the opening of the event, with artist Hiroyuki Matsukage acting at the auctioneer. The works auctioned will be exhibited in the homes/shops of those who have claimed them for the duration of the event. During this time Matsukage will photograph the works in situ and exhibit these records. Event Date: August 4 (Fri) 18:30-20:00 (doors open: 18:00-) Venue: Site-D gallery meeting space (1-6 Kogane-cho, Naka-ku, Yokohama-shi) *No booking required *There will be a social gathering following the auction *Please see the official website for further details




Max Klinger Prints: The 160th Anniversary of His Birth

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Max Klinger Prints: The 160th Anniversary of His Birth
at Museum of Modern Art, Hayama
2208-1 Ishiki, Miuragun-Hayamacho, Kanagawa-ken 240-0111
Media: Prints
(2017-09-16 - 2017-11-05)

Max Klinger (1857-1920) is a sculptor, painter, and printmaker who was active in Germany. His prints are characterized by precise realism and evocative fantasy that together create a mysterious charm. The Museum of Modern Art, Hayama has exhibited his prints regularly since April 1981. This exhibition marking the 160th anniversary of Klinger’s birth will introduce prominent prints by the artist that are held in the museum collection as well as in other Japanese collections, such as “Drama” (Machida City Museum of Graphic Arts collection) and “On Death Part 2” (Shizuoka Prefectural Museum of Art). In addition, a number of his bookplates, such as one produced for Wilhelm von Bode(1845-1929) who later became the director of Berlin State Museums, will be on display. *Two exhibitions will be held simultaneously: “Max Klinger Prints: The 160th Anniversary of His Birth” in Gallery 1 and 2, and “From Museum Collection: 1937 - Modernism at a Branch Point” in Gallery 3.




Nissan Art Award 2017: Exhibition of New works by Five Finalists

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Nissan Art Award 2017: Exhibition of New works by Five Finalists
at BankArt Studio NYK
3-9 Kaigandori, Naka-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa-ken 231-0002
Media: Painting - Photography - Installation - Video and Film - Workshops - Talks
(2017-09-16 - 2017-11-05)

Exhibition presenting a wide range of works, including installations, paintings, videos, and photographs, that have been produced for the Nissan Art Award and will be presented to the public for the first time here. In addition to talk events and guided tours of the gallery led by the finalists, a program aimed at children and families has been implemented with the aim of increasing opportunities for encounters with the works on show. Visitors can place votes for their prefered finalist from September 16 to 26, demonstrating their support. The person who gathers the most votes will be presented with the Audience Prize at the award ceremony held on September 27. The Grand Prix, as selected by the International Jury, will also be announced at this event, with details scheduled to be published on the official website along with press release the following day. The Nissan Art Award is a biennial award presented to the emerging generation of Japanese artists to further their careers, enhance their presence in the international art world and create a social environment where people familiarize themselves with art. The award is intended to celebrate new developments in Japanese contemporary art and help provoke debate about visual art by promoting creative emerging artists. Venue: 2F *Please see the official website for details on related events.




YCC Gallery Nissan Art Award Collection

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YCC Gallery Nissan Art Award Collection
at YCC Yokohama Creative City Center
6-50-1 Honcho, Naka-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa-ken 231-8315
Media: Photography - Installation
(2017-09-18 - 2017-11-05)

Photographs and tile art reproducing 2013 Nissan Art Award Winner Tatzu Nishi’s installation “Perry’s Squadron.”




Yokohama Triennale 2017 - Islands, Constellations & Galapagos

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Yokohama Triennale 2017 - Islands, Constellations & Galapagos
at Yokohama Museum Of Art
3-4-1, Minatomirai, Nishi-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa-ken 220-0012
Media: Illustration - Painting - Drawing - Photography - Architecture - Sculpture - Installation - Video and Film - Media Arts - Performance Art - Art Festival - Talks
(2017-08-04 - 2017-11-05)

The title of the sixth edition of the Yokohama Triennale is “Islands, Constellations and Galapagos.” Together with the concept, it was conceived following a series of discussions by directors and experts of different generations who work in a variety of fields and form the triennale’s Conception Meeting committee. The words “islands,” “constellations,” and “galapagos” open up possibilities for the discussion of issues such as isolation and connectivity, imagination and guidance, and distinctness and diversity. In contemplating what we should consider wisdom for our future during this time of uncertainty, this event hopes to engage people in discussion through imagination and creativity. In addition to the exhibition, “Yokohama Round,” a series of public forums that kicked off in January 2017, is being hosted as a platform for conversations, contemplation and sharing of ideas around the 2017 triennale theme. Venues: Yokohama Museum Of Art, Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse No. 1, Yokohama Port Opening Memorial Hall (Basement)




Yasuhiro Suzuki “Spontaneous Garden”

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Yasuhiro Suzuki “Spontaneous Garden”
at Hakone Open Air Museum
1121 Ninotaira, Hakone-Machi, Ashigarashimo-gun, Kanagawa-ken 250-0407
Media: Sculpture - Installation
(2017-08-05 - 2018-02-25)

Installation artist Yasuhiro Suzuki reexamines commonplace natural phenomena and translates fresh perceptions into works of art. Hakone Open Air Museum’s seventh exhibition showcasing new forms of contemporary creative expression features 40 of his works, including 10 new pieces. Multipurpose Hall 2 also displays Suzuki’s signature piece “Mabataki no Ha” (Blinking Leaves), plus three other blinking-themed installations. Let a stroll around the Hakone Open Air Museum grounds be the start of new memories and discoveries for you.




Hakone Open-Air Museum Permanent Exhibits

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Hakone Open-Air Museum Permanent Exhibits
at Hakone Open Air Museum
1121 Ninotaira, Hakone-Machi, Ashigarashimo-gun, Kanagawa-ken 250-0407
Media: Sculpture - Installation

The Hakone Open-Air Museum was opened in 1969 to create a harmonic balance of the great nature of Hakone and Art. The unique experiences of open-air museum await you, as different seasons and weather create an ever-changing sensation of true art. The Museum realizes the philosophy of Henry Moore “Sculpture is an art of the open-air” with a grand backdrop of Hakone's great nature.




Picasso Pavilion

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Picasso Pavilion
at Hakone Open Air Museum
1121 Ninotaira, Hakone-Machi, Ashigarashimo-gun, Kanagawa-ken 250-0407
Media: Painting - Ceramics - Crafts

The Hakone Open-Air Museum’s Picasso Collection consists of a substantial number of Picasso’s ceramic creations, purchased from his eldest daughter Maya Picasso, as well as his paintings, prints, sculptures, gold objets d’art. They are permanently exhibited to the public. The photographs of David Douglas Duncan, who documented the artist’s last 17years, also play a vital role in this collection.




Max Ginsburg Exhibition

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Max Ginsburg Exhibition
at F.E.I Art Gallery
1F Fukasaku Ganka Bldg., 5-1 Kusunoki-cho, Nishi-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa 220-0003
Media: Painting
(2017-09-22 - 2017-09-29)

Max Ginsburg is a professor of figurative oil painting at the historic art school Art Students League of New York, where he has taught many prominent artists such as Jackson Pollock. Workshops where Ginsburg will discuss the techniques he uses to pursue realism will be held during the exhibition period. There will also be an exhibition of his major works held at Fei Art Museum Yokohama scheduled alongside this event.




Max Ginsburg Exhibition

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Max Ginsburg Exhibition
at Fei Art Museum Yokohama
1F Yokohama Tsuruya-cho Bldg., 3-33-2 Tsuruya-cho, Kanagawa-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa 221-0835
Media: Painting
(2017-09-22 - 2017-10-02)

Max Ginsburg is a realist painter who has been exhibiting his work widely at public venues, galleries and art museums since 1953. His paintings are held in the collections of numerous museums, including Butler Society and New Britain Museum of American Art. This exhibition offers the chance to confront some of the social problems underlying American society through his works.




New “Artists Today” Exhibition 2017 Compilations of Memories and Records

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New “Artists Today” Exhibition 2017 Compilations of Memories and Records
at Yokohama Civic Art Gallery
26-1 Miyazaki-cho, Nishi-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa 220-0031
Media: Illustration - Painting - Photography - Sculpture - Installation - Crafts - Workshops
(2017-09-22 - 2017-10-09)

This group exhibition on the theme of “Today” examines contemporary art and contemporary forms of expression. The artists chosen to participate incorporate elements of the past in their practice, through approaches such as investigating land and history, and interviewing people, hence the exhibition subtitle “Compilations of Memories and Records.” In recent years, and especially since the Great East Japan Earthquake which shook people to the core, artists who feature memories and records as key elements in the work are speading. Scheduled alongside “Yokohama Triennale 2017: Islands, Constellations & Galapagos” (August 4 - November 5), which looks to address issues such as connectivity and isolation, this exhibition will also respond to the event and provide an opportunity to look again at the “now” and “us” through their works. Venue: Exhibition Room 1, B1 Yokohama Civic Art Gallery [Related Events] Sakura Koretsune Performance: Reading from “The Common Whale” Event Date: Sep. 23 (Sat), 24 (Sun) 13:00-13:30 Venue: Exhibition Room B1 Admission: Free (no booking required) Talk Event: The shape succession takes Event Date: Sep. 23 (Sat) 14:30-16:00 Venue: 4F Atelier Speakers: Haruka Komori, Natsumi Seo, Tadahito Yamamoto (Teaching Assistant at Aoyama Gakuin Women’s Junior College) Admission: Free (no booking required) *Events in Japanese