Kyoto Perspective

ANB Tokyo

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Kyoto, home to one of Japan’s leading art universities, has produced many artists and has had a significant impact on the Japanese art scene.

Artists’ Fair Kyoto (AFK), which started in 2018, has been attracting attention as a new type of art fair that is artist-oriented and supports young artists so that they can “live by art”.

“Kyoto Perspective” is a group exhibition held in Tokyo, selected by ANB Tokyo from among the young artists who participated in AFK2021 and the artists on the AFK2021 Advisory Board. The group exhibition will feature five of the young artists who exhibited at AFK2021, including Yurina Okada, Fumika Tsuchitori, Sae Fujita, Atsuki Fujimoto, and Aiko Yuno, and four of the Advisory Board artists who recommended them, Mitsuhiro Ikeda, Kaoru Usukubo, Daisuke Oba, and Kengo Kito. The appeal of local characteristics and the communities that have developed there are difficult to see without using them as a starting point. This exhibition is an attempt to introduce the solidarity of artists across generations that has been nurtured in Kyoto and to open up a new circuit of exchange between Kyoto and Tokyo.

Venue: ANB Tokyo 3F, 4F
This exhibition will be open to the public by online reservation only, as a precaution against the spread of the new coronavirus.

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from August 07, 2021 to August 29, 2021
Exhibition Hours 12:00-18:00. Closed on Mondays and Tuesdays. Open on Public Holiday Monday and Tuesday. By appointment only.

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