"Symbiosis: Living Island" Exhibition
at Japan House London
Japan House London
The exhibition "Symbiosis: Living Island" will be held at Japan House London to present the Inujima "Art House Project", one of the activities of Benesse Art Site Naoshima.
The exhibition is curated by Yuko Hasegawa, artistic director of the Inujima "Art House Project", and designed by architect Kazuyo Sejima, architect of the project. The exhibition is based on a diorama model of Inujima, and introduces the Inujima "Art House Project" through past works, photographs, and videos.
This exhibition was also on view at Japan House São Paulo from 30 November 2021 to 6 February 2022. New to the exhibition is a partial, full-scale replica of Brazilian artist Beatriz Milhazes' 'Yellow Flower Dream' work in A-Art House of the Inujima "Art House Project" which will be on display at the exhibition.
Japan House London
The exhibition will also tour Los Angeles as part of Japan House's touring exhibition programme.
If you live in the area, please take the opportunity to visit
Symbiosis: Living Island
Date : 21 May - 4 September 2022
Place：Japan House London
Organized by Japan House London
For more information on the exhibition and related events, please visit the Japan House London website.
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