It may be a bit difficult to talk about Kinza, probably the most inaccessible building from the Art House Project on Naoshima. Even more so because I won’t be able to show you what it looks like. Let’s try anyway. Kinza, as I’ve just mentioned, is part of the Art House
Today a piece of trivia about Naoshima. Did you know that Karel Appel‘s Frog and Cat was the first piece of art to be installed on the island when the Benesse Art Site Project was started on Naoshima in 1990 ? Well, now you know.
With the current heat (35° for the past two days), I wish I could spend my days on a beach somewhere. Why not Naoshima‘s Benesse House Park & Beach, it’s not that far after all?
Shipyard Works – Bow with Hole by Shinro Ohtake The piece can be seen on the terrace of the Benesse House Museum on Naoshima.
This is where I was today (and no, the guy is not me). It was a lot of fun, and I got my first sunburn of the year. (ok, if you really don’t know where I was, this is Yayoi Kusama’s Yellow Pumpkin on Naoshima)