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Okayama Art Summit 2019

Date:27th September,2019 –24th November,2019

Venue:Okayama Castle, Korakuen Garden and the surrounding historical/cultural area in Okayama City including Former Uchi-sange elementary school, Tenjinyama Cultural Center, Orient Museum, Hayashibara Museum, Okayama Prefectural Museum and more.

Executive Producer:Yasuharu Ishiawa (President, Ishikawa Foundation) 
Executive Director:Taro Nasu (TARO NASU Owner / Gallerist) 
Artistic Director:Pierre Huyghe (Artist) 
Public Program Director:Chieko Kinoshita (Associate Professor, Osaka University)
Cooperation: Art & Public Co.,Ltd.

Okayama Art Summit 2019 HP


“A&C”, short for “Art & City” is an art event where works of contemporary art are exhibited free of charge for a long period at public spaces including a cinema, art museums, and a shrine in an area centered around a cultural zone in the city of Okayama. In addition  to two artworks continuously on display since Okayama Art Summit 2016, four new artworks a re installed at various locations this time, transforming the entire city into a contemporary art museum. Visitors strolling around Okayama Korakuen and Okayama Castle are invited to tale a step further and enjoy encounters with respective artworks.

*This project is implemented as pre-event for the Okayama Art Summit 2019 which will open on September 27, 2019. 

Date3rd November,2018 – 24th November,2019
VenueOkayama Orient Museum
      [9-31 Tenjinchō,Kita-ku,Okayama City]
     Okayama Shrine
[2-33 Ishizekichō,Kita-ku,Okayama City]
     Cinema Clair Marunouchi
[1-5-1 Marunouchi,Kita-ku,Okayama City]
     Hayashibara Museum of Art
[2-7-15 Marunouchi,Kita-ku,Okayama City]

Organizer:Okayama Art Summit Executive Committee
Cooperation Art & Public Co.,Ltd

Okayama Orient Museum
Hayashibara Museum of Art


Date:21st October, 2018 – 14th January, 2019
Venue:ARCHI-DEPOT Museum – Room A (2-6-10 Higashi-Shinagawa, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo 140-0002) Organizerd by:ARCHI-DEPOT Museum
Curated by:New Material Research Laboratory
Exhibition design:New Material Research Laboratory
Curatorial advisory:Fumiko Suzuki
Curatorial support:Art & Public Co.,Ltd.