The exhibition presents varied and exciting work of the finalists across different media, from painting to video or installation, film, music, and more. In the midst of global confusion and our changing lives, how do the finalists extract the zeitgeist and transform it into artistic expression? The exhibition and engagement events contemplate with visitors the role of art as well as the future of our world.
August 1 – September 22, 2020
Irregular closing days
For latest information, please check Nissan Pavilion website.
Mon – Fri 11:00am - 7:00pm / Sat. Sun. 10:00am – 7:00pm
NISSAN PAVILION (Minatomirai 6-2-1, Nishi-ku, Yokohama)
From JR / Keikyu Line Yokohama Station central passage, head toward the east exit and walk for around ten minutes(in the direction of Hama Mirai Walk).
From Minato Mirai Line Shin-Takashima Station, walk for around five minutes (EXIT 3).
Inside the exhibition space, we are implementing the following measures to prevent the spread of the coronavirus:
- There are restrictions on admission to the exhibition space (20 people allowed at a time).
- A ventilation system is installed in the venue and replaces the air regularly (twice per hour).
- Please refrain from touching the exhibits, the exhibit cases, and fixtures. Certain exhibits may be picked up. Please disinfect your hands with the hand sanitizer provided before and after picking up an exhibit.
- In spaces where video works are exhibited, the number of visitors who may enter is restricted in order to maintain social distancing. Please be aware that you may be requested to wait until other visitors have left the space.
We appreciate your understanding and cooperation.
Please be aware that the exhibition content and dates are subject to change without advance notice. For latest information, please check the NISSAN PAVILION website.
The engagement events contemplate with visitors the role of art as well as the future of our world. Online events are planned as well, so please join us both onsite and online!
|Date and Time: August 4 (Tue), 7:00-8:30pm (Japan Time)
View online: http://www.dommune.com/
|Free admission, No reservation required, Japanese-English simultaneous interpretation available.|
Ute Meta Bauer (Founding Director, NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore / Professor, Nanyang Technological University, School of Art, Design and Media / International Jury Member, Nissan Art Award 2020)
Fumio Nanjo (Senior Advisor, Mori Art Museum, Tokyo / Jury Chair, Nissan Art Award 2020)
Raqs Media Collective (Artistic Director, Yokohama Triennale 2020)
Mika Kuraya (Executive Chairperson, Organizing Committee for Yokohama Triennale / Director, Yokohama Museum of Art)
Naoko Horiuchi (Curator, Arts Initiative Tokyo / Nissan Art Award Project Office）
Interpreters: Satoshi Ikeda, Jaime Humphreys
|Co-Organized by Organizing Committee for Yokohama Triennale
In cooperation with SUPER DOMMUNE
|We will be streaming live from the Grand Prix winner’s studio and the Nissan Art Award venue. The artist will answer visitors’ questions about his or her studio, future plans, and regular life. Viewers can watch online and submit questions using the chat function.
Don’t miss this chance to ask the artist questions and share your impressions of his or her work!
|Date and Time: September 5 (Sat), 11:00am-12:00pm
View online: https://www.facebook.com/NissanArtAward
No reservations required, Japanese only.
|Watch the video to enjoy the Nissan Art Award exhibition 2020 from the comfort of your home.|
|A series of talks with the finalists, members of the Candidates Nomination Committee, and the exhibition curator is available on the Nissan Art Award website. In the talks, the finalists share insights into their careers and the work they made for the exhibition. Watch the talks to learn more about the exhibits directly from the artists who created them.|
|Ishu Han + Naoko Horiuchi (Curator, Arts Initiative Tokyo [AIT] / Nissan Art Award Project Office)|
|Sachiko Kazama + Eriko Kimura (Curator, Yokohama Museum of Art / Curatorial Head, Yokohama Triennale 2020)|
|Soichiro Mihara + Hiroko Tasaka (Curator, Tokyo Photographic Art Museum)|
|Nobuko Tsuchiya + Sayako Mizuta (Curator, Little Barrel / Nissan Art Award Project Office)|
|Ei Wada + Minoru Hatanaka (Chief Curator, NTT InterCommunication Center [ICC])|
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