Just a random wall from an abandoned house on Ogijima. But is it really “just a random wall“?
The Setouchi Triennale 2013 is less than three months away. Winter has arrived and most Art Setouchi installations are closed. Now is a good time for a little retrospective about the Setouchi International Art Festival 2010, especially a few artworks that I hadn’t talked about yet. For example, Akinori
Il Vento (“The Wind” in Italian), also known as Was du liebst, bringt dich auch zum weinen (“What you like makes you cry” in German) is an interesting artwork/building/restaurant in Ieura on Teshima. It was designed by German artist Tobias Rehberger for the Setouchi International Art Festival 2010. At first,
Today a tiny retrospective about one of the works that left me the more… confused? I guess as I can’t find a better word… So, I was saying, one of the works that left me the most confused during the Setouchi International Art Festival 2010. I’m talking about Yoshio Kitayama‘s Birth-Sex-Life-Death-House-Legend
Memories from a Festival. Oh… and on completely unrelated news:
We went back to Teshima yesterday, and I finally visited the Teshima Art Museum – one of the most unique museum in the world – among other things.