Art Setouchi – September 2011

August has come and and gone. I haven’t had much feedback yet, but with all the installations opened during Obon, and all the people visiting their families, the atmosphere on the islands must have been quite interesting. Now, the Fall schedules for Art Setouchi are being put into place, which is more or less the same schedule as the Spring one. However, there are a few holidays (September 19 and 23) which allow more opening days towards the end of the Month.

Art Setouchi Schedule for September 2011

 

 

20th Century Recall on Megijima
20th Century Recall on Megijima

 

Takamatsu


 

Naoshima


  • Naoshima Bath “I♥湯”
    Open every day except on Mondays, 2pm-9pm (from 10am on week-ends and holidays). Note that it will be open on Monday 19th but closed the following day (Tuesday 20th).
    Admission: ¥500 (¥300 for Naoshima residents, ¥200 if you’re under 15).
  • Lee Ufan Museum
    Open every day except on Mondays, 10am-6pm (last admittance at 5.30pm). Lee Ufan Museum will be open on Monday 19th and closed on Tuesday 20th.
    Admission: ¥1,000.
  • Art House Project (Kadoya, Minamidera, Go’o Shrine, Haisha, Ishibashi, Gokaisho)
    Open every day except on Mondays, 10am-4.30pm. Art House Project will be open on Monday 19th and closed on Tuesday 20th.
    Admission: ¥400 each house or ¥1,000 for a pass allowing entrance to all houses.
  • Art House Project (Kinza)
    Open Fridays to Sundays, 11am-1pm and 2pm-4.30pm. Kinza will also be open on Monday 19th.
    A reservation is required.
    Admission : ¥500.
  • Benesse House Museum
    Open everyday 8am-9pm (last admittance at 8pm).
    Admission : ¥1,000.
  • Chichu Art Museum
    Open every day except on Mondays, 10am-6pm (last admittance at 5pm). Chichu Art Museum will be open on Monday 19th and closed on Tuesday 20th.
    Admission : ¥2,000.
  • Various permanent works are all around the island, especially near the Benesse House, including Blind Blue Landscape and Yellow Pumpkin.

 

 

Teshima


  • Was du liebst, bring dich auch zum weinen / Il Vento
    Open every day except on Tuesdays, 10pm-5pm.
    Admission : ¥300 (free for customers of the café).
  • 101 Years Old’s Silence/100 Years Old’s Hands
    Open on the Week-ends, 10.30am-4.30pm. 101 Years Old’s Silence/100 Years Old’s Hands will also be open on Monday 19th, Wednesday 21st, Thursday 22nd and Friday 23rd.
    Admission : ¥300.
  • Tom Na H-iu
    Open on the Week-ends, 10.30am-4.30pm. Tom Na H-iu will also be open on Monday 19th, Wednesday 21st, Thursday 22nd and Friday 23rd.
    Admission : ¥300.
  • Farther Memory
    Open on the Week-ends, 10.30am-4.30pm. Farther Memory will also be open on Monday 19th, Wednesday 21st, Thursday 22nd and Friday 23rd.
    Admission : ¥300.
  • Particles in the Air
    Permanent free access.
  • Shima Kitchen
    Open from Fridays to Sundays, 10.30am-4.30pm. Shima Kitchen will also be open on Monday 19th, Wednesday 21st and Thursday 22nd.
    Free admission (the food is obviously not free)
  • Your First Colour (Solution in my Head / Solution in my Stomach)
    Open from Fridays to Sundays, 10.30am-4.30pm. Your First Colour will also be open on Monday 19th, Wednesday 21st and Thursday 22nd.
    Admission : ¥300.
  • Storm House
    Open on the Week-ends, 10.30am-4.30pm. Storm House will also be open on Monday 19th, Wednesday 21st, Thursday 22nd and Friday 23rd.
    Admission : ¥300.
  • Teshima Art Museum
    Open every day except on Tuesdays, 10am-5pm (last admittance at 4.30pm).
    Admission : ¥1,500.
  • Les Archives du Coeur
    Open every day except on Tuesdays, 10am-5pm.
    Admission : ¥500.

 

 

Megijima


  • 20th Century Recall
    Permanent free access.
  • Megi House
    Open on the Week-ends, 10.40am-4.30pm. Megi House will also be open on Monday 19th, Wednesday 21st, Thursday 22nd and Friday 23rd.
    Admission : ¥300.
  • The Presence of Absence
    Open on the Week-ends, 10.40am-4.30pm. The Presence of Absence will also be open on Monday 19th, Wednesday 21st, Thursday 22nd and Friday 23rd.
    Admission : ¥300.
  • Equipoise
    Open on the Week-ends, 10.40am-4.30pm. Equipoise will also be open on Monday 19th, Wednesday 21st, Thursday 22nd and Friday 23rd.
    Admission : ¥300.
  • Sea Gull Parking Lot
    Permanent free access.
  • Momo’s Game or Victory of the Naked Peach
    Open everyday, 8.30am-5pm.
    Admission : ¥500 (it’s actually the admission fee for the Oni Cave where the art is located).

 

 

Ogijima


  • Ogijima’s Soul
    Open everyday, 6.30am-5pm.
  • Takeshi Kawashima and Dream Friends
    Open on the Week-ends, 11am-4.30pm. Takeshi Kawashima and Dream Friends will also be open on Monday 19th, Wednesday 21st, Thursday 22nd and Friday 23rd.
    Admission : ¥300.
  • Sea Vine
    Open on the Week-ends, 11am-4.30pm. Sea Vine will also be open on Monday 19th, Wednesday 21st, Thursday 22nd and Friday 23rd.
    Admission : ¥300.
  • Maison de Urushi
    Open on the Week-ends, 11am-4.30pm. Maison de Urushi will also be open on Monday 19th, Wednesday 21st, Thursday 22nd and Friday 23rd.
    Admission : free.
  • Onba Factory
    Open on the Week-ends, 11am-4.30pm. Onba Factory will also be open on Monday 19th, Wednesday 21st, Thursday 22nd and Friday 23rd.
    Admission : ¥300.
  • Organ
    Permanent free access.
  • Shima Kokoru Isu
    Permanent free access (it’s not officially there anymore, but some of the chairs are still present, I assume the other ones now belong to some residents).
  • Wallalley
    Permanent free access.

 

 

Shōdoshima


  • Tsugi-Tsugi-Kintsugi
    Open every day but Wednesdays, 9am-10pm.
    Admission: free.

 

 

Ōshima

 

 

Inujima


  • Inujima Art House Project
    Open every day except on Tuesdays, 10pm-4.30pm.
    Admission: ¥500.
  • Inujima Art Project “Seirensho”
    Open every day except on Tuesdays, 10pm-4.30pm.
    Admission: ¥1500.

 

 

Uno Port


 

Once again, I hope this will be useful to at least some of you. Do not hesitate to drop me a line if it was.

 

 

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