2019.07.19 - 2019.07.28
London/Tokyo Y-AIR Exchange Programme
アイ ミ タガイ｜Ai mi Tagai
7.19(fri) ー 28(sun), 2019 13:00-18:00 Open everyday ＊Last day till 15:00 at Daigaku Kaikan
Venue：Denchu Hirakushi House and Atelier、Yuga Gallery and Daigaku Kaikan, Tokyo University of the Arts
Organizer：Executive Committee of Ai Mi Tagai（office：Youkobo Art Space)
Cooperation：Tokyo University of the Arts; Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London; Double agents; Acme Studios; Ibara City, Okayama Prefecture; Denchu Hirakushi House and Atelier; Taito Cultural & Historical Society; Yanaka-no-Okatte
Support：Arts Council Tokyo, Agency for Cultural Affairs Government of Japan in the fisical 2019; Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation
Organized to mark the fifth year of the London/Tokyo Y-AIR Exchange Programme (LTYE) since its launch in 2015, the Ai mi Tagai exhibition and forum will present the work of artists who were previous participants, in addition to the work of professors who are acting advisors for the program. Ai mi Tagai will be held in Tokyo in 2019, and in London in 2020.
Implemented as a collaboration between Central Saint Martins (CSM) and the Associate Studio Programme in London (created and managed in partnership with Acme Studios), and Tokyo University of the Arts and Youkobo Art Space in Tokyo, LTYE is an ongoing artist-in-residence (AIR) programme that aims to provide young artists who have recently graduated from art university with opportunities to stay, produce and exhibit overseas, while also encouraging international exchange among artists of the same generation.
Ai mi Tagai, meaning “mutual empathy” (namely to understand the situation of another in similar circumstances and offer mutual support) , was chosen as the title of this exhibition as it encapsulates the particular characteristic of the LTYE Programme, while also signifying what we the organizers consider to be the meaning of international exchange.
|Date||2019.07.19 - 2019.07.28|
|Time||12:00-18:00 Last day till 15:00 at Daigaku Kaikan|
|Place||旧平櫛田中邸アトリエ、東京藝術大学 Yuga Gallery・大学会館 Denchu Hirakushi House and Atelier, Yuga Gallery and Daigaku Kaikan, Tokyo University of the Arts|