Saudade—Unmemorable Place Of Time 2018.07.03 – 2018.08.26 Curator: Prof.Yuko Hasegawa

Saudade—Unmemorable Place of Time 2018.07.03 – 2018.08.26 Curator: Prof.Yuko Hasegawa

Saudade—Unmemorable Place of Time Chinese & Portuguese Contemporary Art Exhibition 2018.07.03 - 2018.08.26 Venue: Fosun Foundation Art Center, Shanghai, China Curator: Prof.Yuko Hasegawa Curatorial Statement by Yuko Hasegawa The untranslatable Portuguese word, saudade, conveys a desire for a past moment that may be forever unattainable. In many directions this word speaks of the current situation we are facing, where going back to the sweet past seems to be so convenient because of the overwhelming desperation generated by the terrifying present and future. In the midst of globalization which reveals itself in the forms such as cross-border trade and cultural exchange,…

Special Talk: Morgan QuaintanceA New Wave?

Special Talk: Morgan Quaintance
A New Wave?

In the UK a strikingly similar selection of discourses, debates and controversies are circulating through the mainstream art world. What was innovative and iconoclastic in the late 1980s and early ’90s, has today…

Global Arts Research 2017-2018The Collaborative Project Between Tokyo University Of The Arts And Ho Chi Minh City University Of Fine ArtsExhibition, Conference And WorkshopTriangulation: Tokyo — Goto — Ho Chi Minh

Global Arts Research 2017-2018
The Collaborative Project between Tokyo University of the Arts and Ho Chi Minh City University of Fine Arts
Exhibition, Conference and Workshop
Triangulation: Tokyo — Goto — Ho Chi Minh

Global Arts Research 2017-2018 The Collaborative Project between Tokyo University of the Arts and Ho Chi Minh City University of Fine Arts Exhibition, Conference and Workshop Triangulation: Tokyo — Goto — Ho Chi Minh In 2017-2018, an exchange project between Tokyo University of the Arts (TUA), Japan and Ho Chi Minh City University of Fine Arts (HCMCFA), Vietnam was organized. From 22nd -30th October 2017, Assistant Professor Huynh Thanh Trang and two of her students visited Japan to hold workshops and conduct fieldwork with Professor Yoshitaka Mōri, his students and guest artist James Jack in Tokyo and the Goto Islands in…