Hi! This is Alejandro. I’m sharing pictures from Zack Zook’s exhibition On Fear / Ring of Fire. Zack recreated the Ring of Fire he contributed to Sakuraitoshimatsuri, and showed many photographs taken during his stay.
We are happy to announce Nami Multifraktal, an exhibition by Hannah Reber and Gert-Jan Akerboom, in which they will show work they did during their residence at Studio Kura. The artist duo is based in Berlin and they will present an installation showing work produced during their stay. Here are some words from the artists […]
We are happy to announce an exhibition by Tim van der Meer, in which she will show work she did during his residence at Studio Kura. Tim van der Meer is a Dutch visual artist based in Utrecht. She works in the form of installations, movies and performances. She was given the Expeditie Award in […]
We are happy to announce a new exhibition from one of the artists in the Studio Kura residence program. Theresa Daddezio is a visiting artist from Brooklyn, NY. Her work conveys the beauty in the monotony of daily life represented through the repetition of a small, singular gesture. During her stay, she has created an […]
Here are some pictures from Justin Lee’s exhibition Dragon landed in Itoshima, which was held from the 5th to the 7th of April. Children were playfully participating in the exhibition at the opening party.
These are some pictures from Thane Lund’s exhibition Not just us, which was held at Studio Kura on March 29 and march 30. The opening party saw many more people coming than expected for a rainy day!
This is your third time to Studio Kura, right? Why did you choose to come to Japan again? This is my third time coming to Itoshima, and I still feel like I have a lot to explore in Itoshima. The first time I visited, everything was new to me. It was my first residence ever, […]
Justin Lee, current residence artist, will have a exhibition called “Dragon landed in Itoshima” at Studio Kura(Itoshima City) He is based in Singapore and is one of the leading artist in Asia. In Singapore, he does not only a large scale of installation but also focus on workshop working with children and exhibit the project […]
This is a translation of Hiro’s blog post. Today I’m writing about Kerry Lessard and Max Nalevansky’s exhibitions, which were held at the same time. Both are young artists from New York’s Brooklyn, and we were happy to have such a young atmosphere at the office.
Hi! This is Hiro. Last weekend, we held Hannah Quinlivan’s closing party. She had kept working on her installation since the opening, and on the day of the closing the mood was quite different and it had started looking more like an architectural structure.