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, Yuki Moriya solo exhibition “It come down from the mountain”

Yuki Moriya solo exhibition “It come down from the mountain”

MORIYA Yuki(Homesick Studio) solo exhibition It come down from the mountain Date:2018/5/4(fri)〜5/20(sun)11:00〜19:00 ※until 20:00 on Fri. closed on Mon. Venue:Gallery PARC Fee:free more information:http://www.galleryparc.com/exhibition/exhibition_2018/2018_05_04_moriya.html

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, punto “OPEN STUDIO”

punto “OPEN STUDIO”

punto “OPEN STUDIO” May. 4, 2018 (fri) – May. 6, 2018 (sun) Hours: 11:00 ~ 18:00 Admission: free Artist: Rie OKAMOTO Haruka SHIMA Miyako TENGYU Yuki HASEGAWA Rina MATSUDAIRA Saki MORIYAMA Anna YAMANISHI punto Access:6-3,...

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, OPEN STUDIO×4

OPEN STUDIO×4

OPEN STUDIO×4 May. 12, 2018 (sat) – May. 13, 2018 (sun) Hours: 11:00 ~ 18:00 Organizer:Alt Space POST https://alternative.space-post.org Cooperator:Higashiyama Artists Placement Service(HAPS) contact:yashiki@ares.eonet.ne.jp /090-9713-8920 ■ASK–Atelier Share Kyoto Access:12, YAEMON bldg, Saiin-Nishidacho, Ukyo-ku, Kyoto,...

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, GA TALK 009 “Is curating a form of journalism or is it storytelling, fiction?”

GA TALK 009 “Is curating a form of journalism or is it storytelling, fiction?”

GA TALK 009 “Is curating a form of journalism or is it storytelling, fiction?” Saskia Bos (Art Historian, Independent Curator and Critic) With artefacts one can create compelling narratives that show either the so-called...

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, Nice to meet you ARTECHNIK

Nice to meet you ARTECHNIK

Nice to meet you Artechnik Period:November 3 – December 24, 2017 11:00 – 20:00 Admission: 500 yen(Free for high school students and young children) Venue:sendai mediatheque 6F Gallery 4200(2-1 Kasugamachi, Aoba Ward, Sendai city, Miyagi Prefecture...

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, Nuit Blanche kyoto 2017  Mitate and Imagination – Homage to Rikyu and Duchamp

Nuit Blanche kyoto 2017 Mitate and Imagination – Homage to Rikyu and Duchamp

Nuit Blanche KYOTO 2017 Exhibition: Mitate and Imagination– Homage to Rikyu and Duchamp A group exhibition of six Japanese and two French contemporary artists held in a recently closed elementary school that had a history...

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, Makiko Yamamoto, Taveling exhibition “Daidarabo and Holiburn – GIANT AND SLEEP” in Kyoto

Makiko Yamamoto, Taveling exhibition “Daidarabo and Holiburn – GIANT AND SLEEP” in Kyoto

Makiko Yamamoto, Taveling exhibition “Daidarabo and Holiburn – GIANT AND SLEEP” in Kyoto Period: 2017.10.16(Mon) – 2017.10.22(Sun) 16:00~21:00 Venue:KYOTO ART HOSTEL kumagusuku(37-3 Mibubaba-cho, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto, 604-8805, JAPAN) Curated by Makiko Yamamoto Co-Organized by kumagusuku...

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, Exhibition by Judith Seng & Yusuke Taninaka “The Point in Front Is Not the Point in Front Is Not”

Exhibition by Judith Seng & Yusuke Taninaka “The Point in Front Is Not the Point in Front Is Not”

Kyoto Art Center presents the exhibition, “The Point in Front Is Not the Point in Front Is Not”, to which Higashiyama Artists Placement Service (HAPS) has provided curatorial coordination, from July 13 until August...

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, GA TALK 008 “My Journey with Art”

GA TALK 008 “My Journey with Art”

GA TALK 008 “My Journey with Art” Rudy Tseng (Independent Curator / Art Collector) Within the ecology of contemporary art, there are artists, gallerists, curators, as well as the vital presence of collectors, the...

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, GA TALK 007 Origins of Participatory Art: Claire Bishop, with a focus on “Artificial Hells”

GA TALK 007 Origins of Participatory Art: Claire Bishop, with a focus on “Artificial Hells”

GA TALK 007 Origins of Participatory Art: Claire Bishop, with a focus on “Artificial Hells” Toshikatsu Omori (Critic of fine arts, Contemporary art historian) Claire Bishop is an art historian at the Graduate Center...

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