Itadaki - Past Events

Below is a list of all past events for Itadaki. Current and upcoming events, as well as other details, are available on the venue's page.

  • poster for Sho Ishizaka “Souvenir”

    Sho Ishizaka “Souvenir”

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    • Media: Drawing - Sculpture - Video and Film
    • 2017-01-29 - 2017-01-31

    A solo show with the cooperation of the Tsukiji art space Sanka for Sho Ishizaka, an artist involved with Atami Art Week. Started in 2012, AAW invites Tokyo art school students and graduates to hold exhibitions...More »

  • poster for Naho Wakabayashi “A Day Without Plans”

    Naho Wakabayashi “A Day Without Plans”

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    • Media: Painting
    • 2016-10-21 - 2016-10-23

    Naho Wakabayashi’s “Days Without Plans,” an Atami Art Week satellite project, comes to the local art space Sanka. Atami Art Week is a festival of works by students and graduates of Tokyo art universities...More »

  • poster for Ai Mieda “Mountain Sand, Sand Mountain Vol. 3”

    Ai Mieda “Mountain Sand, Sand Mountain Vol. 3”

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    • Media: Painting - Photography - Installation
    • 2016-09-30 - 2016-10-02

    Yama no Suna no Suna no Yama (Mountain Sand, Sand Mountain) is a satellite project of Atami Art Week, which invites students and graduates of Tokyo art colleges to present works in empty houses and shops...More »

  • poster for Ai Mieda “Mountain Sand, Sand Mountain”

    Ai Mieda “Mountain Sand, Sand Mountain”

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    • Media: Photography - Installation - Video and Film
    • 2016-07-29 - 2016-07-31

    Yama no Suna no Suna no Yama (Mountain Sand, Sand Mountain) Vol. 2 is an Atami Art Week satellite project. Atami Art Week invites students and graduates of Tokyo art colleges to present artwork in empty...More »

  • poster for Shota Torii “Oblivion –The Last Love“

    Shota Torii “Oblivion –The Last Love“

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    • Media: Installation
    • 2016-07-15 - 2016-07-17

    Hanafusa Taichi’s initiative “Mistake Factory” is a series of 108 exhibitions designed to allow young artists to make as many historic mistakes as they like. The first in this series is taken on be Tokyo...More »

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