Kanrin House by Rikuji Makabe is located in the village of Tomari on Honjima. It was part of the Setouchi Triennale 2016, but I believe it will still be around in 2019. May I add that I think it’s one of the most...
Category: Setouchi Triennale 2016
The Setouchi Triennale 2016 is held over three sessions, Spring (March 20 – April 17), Summer (July 18 – September 4) and Fall (October 8 – November 6) on 12 islands of the Seto Inland Sea in the Prefectures of Kagawa and Okayama, as well as in the ports of Takamatsu and Uno.
The twelve islands are:
Below you will find all the posts, articles and pictures pertaining to the Triennale. Enjoy.
You know what happens when you write two blogs in two different languages, with roughly (but not always) the same content? Sometimes, you “forget” some posts, sometimes you imagine that they exist when they don’t. And this is what happened to me a couple of...
The first real “big” post of the year is a retrospective, and I really can’t believe I hadn’t posted it already! Let’s go back in time, a bit more than a year and a half ago, on April 9th, 2016. That day, or rather...
Oiwa Island 2, by Oscar Oiwa is one of my favorite artworks from the Setouchi Triennale. Originally located on Ibukijima in 2013, it was moved to Shodoshima, where it was completed in 2016. (read Dru’s post about the artwork too) It currently...
Beyond the Border – Tide, the beautiful and haunting work by Lin Shuen Long on Shodoshima during the Setouchi Triennale 2016. (click the link above for more detail)
The Room Inside of the Room is an artwork by Oscar Oiwa that you can see on Ogijima. No, it’s not what you think, the picture’s orientation is indeed correct. Fun fact: last year, I got to write a few articles in a...
Dream of Olive by Wang Wen-Chich The amazing bamboo construction is still standing in the valley of Nakayama on Shodoshima and will stay there until the bamboo is too old (then it’ll be dismantled, and hopefully a new incarnation will show up...
Well, it’s not because the Setouchi Triennale 2016 is over that it’s too late for a few more interviews of the artists that took part in it, is it? Recently, Esther Stocker and I exchanged a few e-mails about it, and she kindly answered a...