- Kyoto City University of Arts “KCUA Transmit Program 2018: ART OSAKA Version”
- TALK EVENT
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Kyoto City University of Arts “KCUA Transmit Program 2018: ART OSAKA Version”
Over the years, ART OSAKA has introduced young and promising artists to the art fair exhibitions through collaboration with Kyoto City University of Arts. This year we will hold a group exhibition with four young artists; Sae Fujita (Printmaking), Sayoko Kobayashi (Nihonga, or Japanese-style painting), Yohei Kumano (Concept and Media Planning), and Momoko Yoshida (Oil Painting). Don’t miss this chance to witness the bursting energy of these young artists.
- Sae Fujita / Sayoko Kobayashi / Yohei Kumano / Momoko Yoshida
- Kyoto City University of Arts Art Gallery @KCUA
- Kyoto City University of Arts Career Design Center
“Reconsideration: Art Scene in 1980s” (Japanese only)
In the 1980s, Modernism came to the end and the Postmodernism era began. In the era of cultural globalization that came along with the arrival of Postmodernism, art parted from the Modern art tradition and brought forth Postmodernism.
One of the important characteristics of Postmodernism is its remarkable diversity. Contemporary art in Japan went through “Gutai” and “Mono-ha” and entered the Post Mono-ha era, and in the late 1980s it demonstrated a diversity which had never seen before.
This year, exhibitions themed ‘Japanese art of the 1980s’ have been held all over Japan, and the National Museum of Art,
Osaka will hold an exhibition “New Wave: Japanese Contemporary Art of the 1980s” this November. Mr. Masahiro Yasugi,
the curator of this exhibition, will talk about the fascinating aspects of art in the 1980s from the curator’s point of view.
- 7th(Sat) July
- Hotel Granvia Osaka, 20th floor, Crystal room
- Guest Speaker:
- Masahiro Yasugi（Head researcher at the National Museum of Art, Osaka）
- Yoshio Katoh (President of Contemporary Art Planning KATOH YOSHIO OFFICE, ART OSAKA Committee)
- Free (The fair entrance,1500yen, is needed.)
- 40 people
Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the required information below to register.Your name, number of participants (maximum 2), and phone number which is reachable on the day.
Curator Salon JAPAN – 2018
[Curator Salon JAPAN] is a non-profit art project which has aim to build an art platform which enhances art exchanges between curators from Korea and Japan. In this platform, curators can share their expertise on artworks by both countries’ artists. Furthermore, this project can be expanded to the area of East Asia for exchanging ideas and curating projects of each countries’ curators.
- Fri, 6th July
- Nuri Hall, Korean Cultural Center Osaka 4F
(Access: 3min walk from No.2 exit of Nagasaki-cho Sta., Tanimachi Line / Address: 2-4-2 Nagasaki Kita-ku, Osaka )
- Talk 1:
- The peace of East Asia based on Korean-Japanese women artists’ world of artworks – with art worlds of Yamashiro Chikako and Lee Soon Jong
Speaker: Pil Joo Jung /Art critic and Curator
- Talk 2:
- Talk about Korean and Japanese photographer – The market of photography
Speaker: Young Sook Park / The president of Trunk Gallery (Seoul), Photographer
- Talk 3:
- Community-Engaged Arts and Art Education: The meaning of participation in community-engaged arts for non-art students as creators
Speaker: Matsutani Yosaku /Nara University of Education, Artist
- Talk 4:
- Could you tell me what is art?
Speakers: Nobuaki Itoh / Artist &apm; Yosaku Matsutani / Kokugakuin University
- Pil Joo Jun / Art critic and Curator
- Main Sponsor:
- Arts Council Korea(ARKO)
- Korean Cultural Center Osaka
- ART OSAKA Organizing Committee