Taguchi Art Collection + Hirosaki Museum Contemporary Art / 2024 Exhibition [Autumn / Winter]How Did You Come into the World?

2024.9.27 ― 2025.3.9
  • ジャナイナ・チェッペ《Xicletoformis Pluralis》2005年タグチアートコレクション蔵 ©︎Janaina Tschäpe  Courtesy of nca | nichido contemporary art

    ジャナイナ・チェッペ《Xicletoformis Pluralis》2005年
    タグチアートコレクション蔵 ©︎Janaina Tschäpe Courtesy of nca | nichido contemporary art

  • 塩田千春《How did you come into the World?》2012年タグチアートコレクション/タグチ現代芸術基金蔵  ©JASPAR, Tokyo, 2024 and Chiharu Shiota

    塩田千春《How did you come into the World?》2012年
    タグチアートコレクション/タグチ現代芸術基金蔵 ©JASPAR, Tokyo, 2024 and Chiharu Shiota

  • ロック喫茶「33 1/3」再現展示 一般財団法人奈良美智財団蔵「奈良美智: The Beginning Place ここから」(青森県立美術館、2023-2024)の会場風景   Photo: Keizo Kioku

    ロック喫茶「33 1/3」再現展示 一般財団法人奈良美智財団蔵
    「奈良美智: The Beginning Place ここから」(青森県立美術館、2023-2024)の会場風景 Photo: Keizo Kioku

  • 片山真理《bystander #014》2016年タグチアートコレクション蔵 ©︎Mari Katayama

    片山真理《bystander #014》2016年
    タグチアートコレクション蔵 ©︎Mari Katayama

  • 杉戸洋《dancing man a (left), b (right)》2007年タグチアートコレクション/タグチ現代芸術基金蔵 © Hiroshi Sugito, Courtesy of Tomio Koyama Gallery Photo: Shigeo Muto

    杉戸洋《dancing man a (left), b (right)》2007年
    タグチアートコレクション/タグチ現代芸術基金蔵 © Hiroshi Sugito, Courtesy of Tomio Koyama Gallery Photo: Shigeo Muto

  • 高山明 / Port B《マクドナルドラジオ大学》フランクフルト 2017年タグチアートコレクション/タグチ現代芸術基金蔵 Photo: Masahiro Hasunuma

    高山明 / Port B《マクドナルドラジオ大学》フランクフルト 2017年
    タグチアートコレクション/タグチ現代芸術基金蔵 Photo: Masahiro Hasunuma

  • ミカ・ロッテンバーグ《Cosmic Generator (Palmtree Variant)》2019年  タグチアートコレクション/タグチ現代芸術基金蔵

    ミカ・ロッテンバーグ《Cosmic Generator (Palmtree Variant)》2019年
      タグチアートコレクション/タグチ現代芸術基金蔵

  • マウリツィオ・カテラン《無題》2001年タグチアートコレクション/タグチ現代芸術基金蔵 Photo: Attilio Maranzano / Courtesy Maurizio Cattelan's Archive and Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin

    マウリツィオ・カテラン《無題》2001年
    タグチアートコレクション/タグチ現代芸術基金蔵 Photo: Attilio Maranzano / Courtesy Maurizio Cattelan's Archive and Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin

  • 尹秀珍《ポータブル・シティ:弘前》2020年弘前れんが倉庫美術館蔵 Photo: Naoya Hatakeyama

    尹秀珍《ポータブル・シティ:弘前》2020年
    弘前れんが倉庫美術館蔵 Photo: Naoya Hatakeyama

—We who are born to be happy

The world today is drenched in conflict and division, from war to fighting closer to home, sparked by fear of things and others beyond our understanding. Traveling and meeting all sorts of people, talking with those whose views differ from our own, are ways for us to bridge such divisions and each find our own happiness, and encountering a safe haven and like-minded souls, and finding our true self, may well be the reason we were born into this world.

Featuring over 50 artists and artist units from across the globe, this exhibition contains works from the Taguchi Art Collection, one of Japan’s leading contemporary art collections, and the holdings of the Hirosaki Museum of Contemporary Art, plus a number of new works.
Mika Rottenberg, who opens portals from familiar spaces into alternative worlds; Tuan Andrew Nguyen, whose videos superimpose disturbing history on lyrical travelogue imagery; the rock cafe and works of Nara Yoshitomo offering a glimpse into a facet of Hirosaki’s past; Katayama Mari, who engages with the world via her body; and the title work by Shiota Chiharu, are joined by a project by Takayama Akira unfolding on the streets, in an exhibition that ponders the nature of living and happiness, through a diverse lineup ranging from painting and photography, to film and performances in lecture format.

Artists

Camille HENROT, YIN Xiuzhen,Tracey EMIN, OSGEMEOS, Miriam  CAHN, KATAYAMA Mari, Maurizio  CATTELAN, KATO Izumi, KANEUJI Teppei, Maureen GALLACE, Kyun-Chome, Tuan Andrew NGUYEN, KUDO Makiko, KONOIKE Tomoko, SHIOTA Chiharu, SUGITO Hiroshi, TAKAHASHI Kiyoshi, TAKAYAMA Akira, Janaina TSCHÄPE, CHIBA Masaya, NARA Yoshitomo, NISHIMURA Yu, Ulla VON BRANDENBURG, FUJIKURA Asako, Ad MINOLITI, Richard MOSSE, YANG Haegue, Gabriel  RICO, Pipilotti  RIST, Gosette  LUBONDO, Mika  ROTTENBERG, etc.

Taguchi Art Collection Website
https://taguchiartcollection.jp/

Outline

  • Date: 2024.9.27 (FRI) ―2025. 3.9 (SUN)
    Closed: Tuesdays (except on Jan. 11)and from Dec. 26, 2024 to Jan. 1, 2025.
    Opening hours: 9:00-17:00 (Last admission 30 minutes before closing)
  • Organizer: Hirosaki Museum of Contemporary Art
  • Admission [tax included]:
    Adults 1,500yen (1,400yen)
    University & College Students 1,000yen (900yen)
    * ( ) Price for a group over 20 people
    *Hirosaki residents receive a 500 yen discount off the admission price listed above (not valid in conjunction with any other offers or promotions).
    Free of charge for high school students and under;
    international students in Hirosaki city; citizens of Hirosaki over 65, the disabled and one accompanying attendant

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