The Setouchi Triennale 2013 is starting in 55 days, and I have to warn you, this blog will focus a lot on it during the next few months (most likely during the whole year). If you don’t care about it, first, you should, but secondly, don’t worry, the usual topics will also be covered.
Today, I just have a small announcement to make. During the coming weeks, I’m going to preview the Triennale in several ways, in particular, I’m going to try to make a few trips to some of the islands to see the preparations. I’m also going to publish a few interviews of some of the artists who will take part in it (starting very soon).
The goal remains the same: to make you interested in the Triennale (and hopefully make you come and attend it), and don’t dismiss it under the pretense that you don’t care about contemporary art. Truth is that before 2010, I didn’t really care about it either. But the Setouchi Triennale is indeed something special in many ways.