Kenji Makizono Talks About AiR Experience in Chittagong, Bangladesh

Hi! This is Ale translating Hiro’s blog post.

Kenji Makizono, the hope of Itoshima’s art scene, just came back from a two-month residence in Bangladesh. And he will be talking about it at Studio Kura. Please come and meet the new, powered up Kenji! I think he will tell us a lot of interesting things, and he will also make Bangladeshi curry for us.

Kenji Makizono will talk in Japanese about his residence at “jog alternative art space”, in Chittagong (Bangladesh), which took place from the beginning of November to the end of December. There, he gave a workshop and worked on his own art.

Rina Igarashi, a curator at Fukuoka Asian Art Museum who has been living in Bangladesh for a yera and even speaks Bengali, will be here too to talk about the latest Bangladeshi art and Bangladesh in general.

Kenji Makizono: Talk About my AiR Experience in Chittagong, Bangladesh

Date: January 18th, 2014 (Saturday)
Start time: 17:00
Speaker: Kenji Makizono, Rina Igarashi (curator at Fukuoka Asian Art Museum)
Charge: 500 yen, including either Bangladeshi curry or oyster

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