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8ª Trienal de Yokohama - Wild Grass: Our Lives

La exposición se celebrará en el Museo de Arte de Yokohama, inaugurado en 1989, y en dos edificios históricos: La antigua sucursal del Banco Daiichi de Yokohama, terminada en 1929; y el antiguo almacén de la Oficina de Inspección de la Seda Cruda de Yokohama (ahora KITANAKA BRICK & WHITE), terminado en 1926, que alberga el espacio de arte alternativo BankART KAIKO. Mientras que el Museo de Arte de Yokohama se inauguró el año que marcó el final de la Guerra Fría, los dos edificios históricos se construyeron en el mismo periodo que Wild Grass, de Lu Xun, publicado en 1927. La 8ª Trienal de Yokohama utilizará los legados históricos de la ciudad como escenario para explorar temas contemporáneos.

Con el objetivo de convertirse en una de las mejores guías para iniciarse en el arte contemporáneo, la 8ª edición de la Trienal de Yokohama se esforzará por involucrar al público en el espíritu de Wild Grass no sólo a través de su exposición, sino también de los programas y actos que se desarrollarán durante la Trienal en lugares que van desde la estación de Yokohama hasta Motomachi/China Town y el distrito de Yamate.

Yokohama Museum of Art
Dirección: 3-4-1 Minatomirai, Nishi-ku, Yokohama
© Foto: KASAGI Yasuyuki.

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Designed by Tange Kenzo, one of Japan’s leading postwar architects, the Yokohama Museum of Art opened in 1989 as the first facility in the central district of Minato Mirai 21, which is a waterfront area facing the port.

The museum has a collection of approx. 13,000 modern and contemporary artworks since the opening of the port in 1859. It has organized a wide variety of exhibitions and has also provided hands-on workshops and art appreciation programs for both children and adults. The library has a collection of Japanese and international art resources.

The museum will reopen in March 2024 with the 8th Yokohama Triennale, after nearly three years of major renovation.

Former Dai-ichi Bank Yokohama Branch
Dirección: 6-50-1 Honmachi, Naka-ku, Yokohama
© Foto: Courtesy Yokohama Triennale.

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The former Daiichi Bank Yokohama Branch is the fourth building of the bank and was built in 1929 after the Great Kanto Earthquake (1923), by Nishimura Yoshitoki, an architect known for his bank building designs. At the time of construction, the building was located near the entrance to Bashamichi Street. It moved 170 meters from its original location and was restored in 2003. From 2004, it has become a space for activities related to “Creative City of Culture and the Arts.” This building is a valuable remnant of that era before World War II when the area was the financial center of Yokohama.

BankART KAIKO
1F KITANAKA BRICK & WHITE
Dirección: 5-57-2 Kitanaka-dori, Naka-ku, Yokohama
© Foto: OHNO Ryusuke

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The historical buildings that house BankART KAIKO are part of the Former Yokohama Raw Silk Inspection Bureau Warehouses B and C which were built in 1926 after the Great Kanto Earthquake (1923). Silk was an important export item for Japan’s modernization after the port opened for foreign trade in 1859. The Kitanaka area developed along with raw silk warehouses and inspection facilities. In 2020, NPO BankART1929, the leading art organization following the Creative City policy in Yokohama opened an alternative space for contemporary art. The current building spreserve the landscape of the time when Yokohama prospered through silk trade.

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8ª Trienal de Yokohama 2024

15 marzo - 9 junio 2024

Yokohama, Japan

Título: Wild Grass: Our Lives

Dirección artística: Liu Ding, Carol Yinghua Lu

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Sedes: Yokohama Museum of Art, Former Dai-ichi Bank Yokohama Branch, BankART KAIKO, espacios públicos
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Organizadores: Yokohama City, Yokohama Arts Foundation, NHK, Asahi Shimbun, Trienal de Yokohama Organizing Committee

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