PAST EXHIBITIONS
Abbaye Saint Andre Centre d Art Contemporain, Meymac, France
(from 03/23/14 to 06/22/14)
Japon: Abbaye Saint Andre, Meymac, France
L Art Contemporain Japonais, Une Identite Particuliere
(from 09/21/13 to 11/02/13)
Galerie Robespierre
September 21 - November 02, 2013
L Art Contemporain Japonais, Une Identite Particuliere:

Place de l Europe 59760 GRANDE-SYNTHE
REAL JAPANESQUE: The Unique World of Japanese Contemporary Art
(from 07/10/12 to 09/30/12)
The National Museum of Art, Osaka

In order to transcend the diverse set of values that emerged with the impasse in Western art at the end of the 20th century, the work of artists who were born in the 1960s, and the inundation of art-related information, the overriding concern for Japanese artists born after 1970 is how to create something completely new. The nine artists in the Real Japanesque exhibition have chosen to deal with this difficult situation by distancing themselves from recent and often seen approaches such as imitating Western art, returning to Japanese art, and relying on displays that are specifically contrived to attract attention.
The work of the artists is distinguished by the use of a flexible method, selected from a variety of art works of the past and things that are produced in daily life, and the exploration of an enigmatic Japanesque sensibility in visual expression. By listening closely to what their works are saying, we are sure to realize things that we might normally overlook, and to be affected by these creative expressions.
In broad terms, these are not only the products of an honest and intellectual response to the specific circumstances that the artists are confronted with, but are also linked to their childhood and school-age experiences as Japanese born in the 70s and 80s. In that sense, it is possible to view them as a way of addressing the theme of creating something significant as a Japanese work of art, an ongoing concern since the Meiji Period of the late 19th century. In addition to locating these works in an appropriate manner based on trends in contemporary Japanese art, in this exhibition, we set out to consider the significance of art today.

Exhibiting Artists: Taro Izumi, Maoya Kishi, Shimon Minamikawa, Satoshi Ohno, Katsuhisa Sato, Teppei Soutome, Nobuaki Takekawa, Kazuyuki Takezaki, Mayuko Wada

Shimon Minamikawa painting loaned from The Pigozzi Collection.

Curator: Hiroyuki Nakanishi
The National Museum of Art, Osaka
4-2-55, Nakanoshima, Kita-ku, Osaka 530-0005, Japan
JAPANCONGO: Carsten Hollers double-take on Jean Pigozzis collection
(from 07/08/11 to 08/20/11)
JAPANCONGO, Garage Center for Contemporary Culture, Moscow, Russia
(from 07/08/11 to 08/20/11)
German artist Carsten Höller has created JapanCongo, an exhibition featuring works from the art collection of Jean Pigozzi.

The exhibit brings together the world of African and Japanese art under one roof. Fifteen Congolese artists will be displayed including the talents of Peter Bodo, Chéri Samba, Pathy Tshindele, Jean Depara, Cheik Ledy and Bodys Isek Kingelez. An equal number of Japanese artists will also be displayed with works from Natsumi Nagao, Nobuyoshi Araki, Akihiro Higuchi, Kazuna Taguchi, Kaneuji Teppei, Hiroki Tsukuda and Keiichi Tanaami.

JapanCongo was first exhibited in France at Le Magasin in Grenoble. It will travel to Russia at The Garage - Center for Contemporary Culture of Moscow in summer 2011 and Italy at the Palazzo Reale - CIMAC of Milan in September 2011.

Location
Garage Center of Contemporary Culture
127055
19A Ulitsa Obraztsova
Moscow
T (+7 495) 645-05-20
E welcome@garageccc.com
JAPANCONGO: Carsten Hollers double-take on Jean Pigozzis collection
(from 02/06/11 to 04/24/11)
German artisit Carsten Höller has created JapanCongo, an exhibit featuring works from the art collection of Jean Pigozzi.

The exhibit brings together the world of African and Japanese art under one roof. Fifteen Congolese artists will be displayed including the talents of Peter Bodo, Chéri Samba, Pathy Tshindele, Jean Depara, Cheik Ledy and Bodys Isek Kingelez. An equal number of Japanese artists will also be displayed with works from Natsumi Nagao, Nobuyoshi Araki, Akihiro Higuchi, Kazuna Taguchi, Kaneuji Teppei, Hiroki Tsukuda and Keiichi Tanaami.

JapanCongo opens in France at Le Magasin - Centre National d Art Contemporain in Grenoble, from February 6th to April 24th 2011. Then it will travel to Russia at The Garage - Center for Contemporary Culture of Moscow in June 2011 and Italy at the Palazzo Reale - CIMAC of Milan in September 2011.

Curator: Carsten Höller
Venue: CNAC - Le Magasin (Centre National d Art Contemporain)
Site Bouchayer -Viallet,
155, cours Berriat 38000 Grenoble
Tel: 04 76 21 95 84
Fax: 04 76 21 24 22
info@magasin-cnac.org
'Garden of Painting'
(from 01/16/10 to 04/04/10)
Exhibition Commemorating the 5th Anniversary of the Renewal of the NMAO
Curator: Yuka Uematsu
The National Museum of Art, Osaka
4-2-55 Nakanoshima, Kita-ku
Osaka 530-0005 JAPAN
T. +81 (0)6 6447 4691 [direct] / +81 (0)6 6447 4680
F. +81 (0)6 6447 4698
E-mail: yuka_uematsu@nmao.go.jp
Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art
(from 09/24/09 to 10/25/09)
The Garage Center for Contemporary Art

Curator: Jean-Hubert Martin




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