Inujima "Art House Project"
- Kohei Nawa
- Born in Osaka in 1975. Associate professor at Kyoto City University of Arts and Design, and director of SANDWICH. Principal exhibitions and projects: GUSH (solo exhibition, SCAI THE BATHHOUSE, 2006); Transcode (solo exhibition, Gallery Nomart, 2009); Synthesis (solo exhibition, SCAI THE BATHHOUSE, 2010); 14th Asian Art Biennale Bangladesh 2010 (grand prize, Dhaka); and Kohei Nawa - SYNTHESIS (Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo, 2011); Kohei Nawa - Trans (solo exhibition, ARARIO GALLERY, Seoul Cheongdam, 2012).
S-Art House, A-Art House
- Haruka Kojin
- Born in Hiroshima in 1983. Principal exhibitions include Architectural Environments for Tomorrow - New Spatial Practices in Architecture and Art (Museum Of Contemporary Art Tokyo, 2011); Bye Bye Kitty!!! (Japan Society, New York, 2011); and Breathing Atolls: Japan-Maldives Contemporary Art Exhibition (National Art Gallery of the Maldives, 2012).
- Jun Nguyen-Hatsushiba
- Born in Tokyo in 1968. Currently living in Ho Chi Minh City. Principal exhibitions and projects: 50th Venice Biennale (Italy, 2003); MAM Project 002 (Mori Art Museum, Tokyo, 2004); Jun Nguyen-Hatsushiba (Malmo Konsthall, Malmo, Sweden, 2005); Jun Nguyen-Hatsushiba (Kunstmuseum Luzern, Switzerland, 2007); Breathing is Free: 12,756.3 (The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, USA, 2010).
- Yukinori Maeda
- Born in 1971. Notable exhibitions include Space for Your Future (Museum Of Contemporary Art Tokyo, 2007) and Yokohama Triennale 2011: Our Magic Hour – How Much of the World Can We Know? (Yokohama Museum of Art, 2011). Solo exhibitions held at Taka Ishii Gallery in 2009 and 2011.
Former site of a stonecutter's house
- Yusuke Asai
- Born in Tokyo in 1981. Painter. Principal exhibitions and projects: the Aichi Triennale 2010 (Aichi, Japan 2010); MOT Collection – Special Exhibition | Yusuke Asai (Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo, 2011); Countless Stories, Living Boldly, Repeat (Aomori Contemporary Art Centre, Japan, 2012).
- Kazuyo Sejima
- Born in 1956 in Ibaraki Prefecture. Sejima established Kazuyo Sejima & Associates in 1987, and in 1995, SANAA with Ryue Nishizawa. Awarded the prestigious Pritzker Prize for her work with SANAA in 2010. Among her most notable works are the 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art Kanazawa in Ishikawa, Japan (2004), the Rolex Learning Center in Switzerland (2010), and the Louve-Lens in France(2012) (both created with SANAA).
Graduated from the School of Law at Kyoto University, and later completed a course in the Graduate School of Fine Arts at Tokyo University of the Arts. Served as chief curator (1999-2005) and artistic director (2005-2006) at the 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa before accepting her current post as chief curator at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo in April 2006. She is also a professor at Tama Art University.