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Three locations around the city will act as satellite venues for AFT2019, making March in Tokyo a time when art brings color to the city. The locations for AFT2019 Satellite Events will be: the gallery and art museum-filled Roppongi; Tennozu, known for art and waterfront views; and Haneda Airport, Japan’s gate to the sky. The Tennozu and Haneda Airport shows will be open ahead of AFT2019, from March 5 (Tuesday).

There will be two exhibitions in the public space inside the AFT2019 venue (Tokyo International Forum, Yurakucho): Future Artists Tokyo with art by students of Japan’s art universities, and World Art Tokyo, featuring work by artists from a variety of countries who have been selected in cooperation with the embassies of those countries. These collaborative exhibitions are made with the goal of providing a platform in Japan for the artists of the next generation.

(These works will not be made available for sale, nor are they shown in connection with any galleries)

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Roppongi

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AFT2019 Satellite Event

Future Artists Tokyo Roppongi

Dates:

March 7 (Thu) to March 8 (Fri) 9:00am to 9:00pm

March 9 (Sat) 11:00am to 8:00pm

March 10 (Sun) 11:00am to 5:00pm

Venue: Sumitomo Fudosan Roppongi Grand Tower Station Square
Address: 3-2-1, Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo
URL: https://office.sumitomo-rd.co.jp/63/access.html

Free Entry

The FAT Satellite exhibition will be held in the square in front of Roppongi-Itchome Station. The mezzanine-like space will be used, with its sense of openness, to house sixteen works including an installation that uses fire and explosions called “BURNING SPIRIT” that expresses the act of living, and “Nokoriga” which uses a space laid with deodorizing beads that change with the flow of air and time. Twelve artists from ten universities around the country will be participating.

Participating Artists (Affiliated Universities):


Anna Gabriele (Tokyo University of the Arts)

Ishimaru Keita (Saga University)

Kaneyasu Hiroshi (Kanazawa College of Art)

Kim Ryong Ju (Tama Art University)

Komatsubara Yusuke (Hiroshima City University)

Kondo Takaaki (Nihon University Graduate School of Art Fine Art and Design)

Sakamoto Takuya (Onomichi City University)

Suzuki Hatsune (Tokyo University of the Arts)

Naito Hisatsugu (Nagoya Zokei University)

Machida Homi (Tama Art University)

Watanabe Ayano (Joshibi University of Art and Design)

Wang Shuqiang (Tokoha University)

Senior Supervisor: Toyomi Hoshina (Trustee, Vice President, Tokyo University of the Arts)
Supervisor: Kazuyuki Hashimoto (Professor, Tokyo University of the Arts)

Tennoz

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AFT2019 Satellite Event

Future Artists Tokyo Tennoz

Dates:

March 5 (Tue) to March 9 (Sat) 11:00am to 7:00pm

March 10 (Sun) 11:00am to 5:00pm

Venue: T-ART HALL, Warehouse TERRADA
Address: 2-6-10, Higashishinagawa, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo
URL: https://www.terrada.co.jp/ja/service/space/t-art_hall/

Free Entry

In Tennoz, known for its art and waterfront views, see “Thursday evening” which expresses ‘a beautiful memory even more attractive than reality’ in Terada Warehouse T-ART HALL warehouse space along with 19 more predominantly two-dimensional works including “Portrait H” that depicts ‘the brilliance and darkness apparent in a moment with a close relationship.’ Thirteen participants from eleven Japanese universities will participate in this event that opens from March 5 (Tues) ahead of AFT2019.

Participating Artists (Affiliated Universities):


Wu Qiong (Tama Art University)

Osanai Marie (Akita University of Art)

Kim Jihye (Tokyo University of the Arts)

Jo Aine (Kyoto City University of Arts)

Suzuki Ayano (Aichi Prefectural University of Fine Arts and Music)

Zeng Chao (Tokyo Zokei University)

Daito Shinobu (Aichi Prefectural University of Fine Arts and Music)

Tono Shiori (Onomichi City University)

Tobishima Tatsuya (Kyushu Sangyo University)

Matsui Chinatsu (University of Tsukuba)

Matsumoto Chisato (Hiroshima City University)

Miura Saiki (Tohoku University of Art & Design)

Furuki Hiromi (Tokyo Zokei University)

Senior Supervisor: Toyomi Hoshina (Trustee, Vice President, Tokyo University of the Arts)
Supervisor: Kazuyuki Hashimoto (Professor, Tokyo University of the Arts)

Haneda Airport

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AFT2019 Satellite Event

World Art Tokyo Haneda Airport

Dates:

March 5 (Tue) to March 10 (Sun)

Venue:

Tokyo International Airport Terminal 2 2F

Address:

3-4-2, Haneda Airport, Ota-ku, Tokyo

Free Entry

An artist from abroad who is living and creating in Japan will be profiled at this World Art Tokyo satellite event.

At the public space located in the mezzanine of the 2F departures lobby in Haneda Airport Domestic Terminal 2, see work by Croatian artist Georgia Borcic that was inspired by the sounds of Japan’s koto and ancient taiko drums, with impressionist paintings on Japanese folding screens. It will be held in advance of AFT2019, from March 5 (Tue).

Participating Artist:

Georgia Borcic(CROATIA)