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AWARDS | Kyoto Art for Tomorrow 2021・The Sankei Shimbun Prize

New work "You may be in this world. Or you may not be." was awarded "The Sankei Shimbun Prize" at the "Kyoto Art for Tomorrow 2021".
I would like to express my heartfelt gratitude to all the people involved, and I will continue to work hard on my work.

【Details of the work】

You may be in this world. Or you may not be.

2020

Digital composite photography / ink-jet print, lenticular lens | 190×120cm

Technical cooperation:COBURN JAPAN CORPORATION

GROUP EXHIBITION  | Kyoto Art for Tomorrow 2021

The purpose of this exhibition is to introduce young, up-and-coming artists who are active in Kyoto and who will lead the next generation of artists from Kyoto to the world.

In addition to the young artists based in Kyoto, the exhibition will also feature contemporary art by guest artists from Kyoto who are active internationally.

We encourage young artists to create new art that is born between modern and classic art in Kyoto.

 

Date: January 23 (Sat) - February 7 (Sun), 2021

Closed: Monday

Opening hours: 10:00 - 18:00, until 19:30 on Fridays. (Admission until 30 minutes before each time)

Venue: The Museum of Kyoto, 4th Floor Exhibition Room

Admission: ¥500 (400) for adults, ¥400 (320) for university students, free for high school students and younger.
※Prices in parentheses are for groups of 20 or more people.
※For the above fee, you can also visit the 2nd and 3rd floor General Exhibition and Film Theater.

 

Organized by: Kyoto Prefecture, The Museum of Kyoto

Supported by: The Kyoto Shimbun, The Asahi Shimbun, The Mainichi Shimbun, The Yomiuri Shimbun, The Sankei Shimbun, Nikkei Shimbun, NHK Kyoto Broadcasting, KBS Kyoto, FM Kyoto, The Kyoto Chamber of Commerce and Industry, The Kyoto Society of Japanese Painters, The Society of Kyoto Craft Artists, The Embassy of France in Japan / Institut français Goethe-Institut Villa Kamogawa, Japan

Cooperation: Apuren Co.

 

Exhibiting artists: Koharu Ishida, Shota Ishida, Yasuko Inoue, Sadamasa Imai, Haruka Iwai, Hiroko Uehara, Takuya Otsuki, Yuka Katsuki, Shunsuke Kano, Satoshi Kawada, Rui Kikuchi, Arisuke Kishi, Manami Kyuta, Saki Kirizuki, Misato Kurimune, Taisuke Kondouh, Zhdanova Alina, Haruka Shima, Masafumi Tanaka, Haruko Taniuchi, Shung Hsuan-Hsian Chen, Fumika Tsuchitori, Mitsuho Tsuri, Nozomi Tojinbara, Yuka Doutou, Yuki Nagasawa, Asuka Nakayama, Ryosuke Higo, Sunao Horikawa, Kotaro Maetani, Moeko Machida, Taku Mitsuhashi, Chiharu Yakushigawa, Kohei Yamashita, Chihiro Yamada, Haruki Yamaba, Iyona Yamamoto, Yurika Rokkon, Kurumi Wakaki, Naosuke Wada (the syllabary order)

Selection and screening committee members:

Makoto Otagaki (Art Critic), Tomio Sugaya (Director, Nakanoshima Museum of Art, Osaka), Akira Tatehata (President, Tama Art University; Director, Kyoto Art Center), Yasuyuki Nakai (Researcher, The National Museum of Art, Osaka), Misato Fudo (Deputy Director, Himeji City Museum of Art)

URL|https://www.bunpaku.or.jp/exhi_special_post/kyoto-art-for-tomorrow2021/

 

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Kurimune has made a new effort with a new work. I hope you will visit the exhibition when you are in the neighborhood. 

SOLO EXHIBITION | Auberge Genju

I am exhibiting my works at the newly opened Japanese auberge "Genju" in Hida Takayama, as a solo exhibition for the first time.

 

Auberge Genju

801-5 Ohara, Kiyomi-cho, Takayama City, Gifu Prefecture

https://www.hidaoppara.com/

 

At present, accommodation is available only by referral from Genju members, ambassadors and partners (as of August 2020).

 

Introductory article|https://www.artlogue.org/node/8685

ARTLOGUE" Japanese Auberge "Genju" was born in Hida Takayama. An art project was started. The best art tourism."