The Organizing Committee for Yokohama Triennale announces the first 26 artists and one project for Yokohama Triennale 2017: Islands, Constellations & Galapagos.
International ongoing exhibitions
"While the world today is expanding beyond traditional frameworks, and various kinds of networks are growing, it is being shaken to its foundations by challenges such as conflict, refugees and immigration, and the emergence of protectionism, xenophobia, and populism. At the same time, the world is awash in data far exceeding the processing capacity of human beings, and in an increasingly complex and sophisticated environment where communication tools such as social media are developing rapidly, people appear to be banding together into small, disparate groups of “island universe” and communities.
Also, there is increasingly assertive activity by a wide range of small-
Against this backdrop of widespread disruption of conventional social frameworks and values, Yokohama Triennale 2017 embarks on a multi-
Participating artists（as of April 18, 2017/ to be updated）
Ai Weiwei / Broomberg & Chanarin / Maurizio Cattelan / Dong Yuan / Sam Durant / Olafur Eliasson / Alex Hartley / Hatakeyama Naoya / Carsten Höller, Tobias Rehberger, Anri Sala & Rirkrit Tiravanija / Jenny Holzer / Christian Jankowski / Kawakubo Yoi / Kazama Sachiko / Ragnar Kjartansson / Map Office / Prabhavathi Meppayil / Ozawa Tsuyoshi / Katie Paterson / Paola Pivi / Kathy Prendergast / Rob Pruitt / Wael Shawky / Shooshie Sulaiman / The Propeller Group / Ujino / Yanagi Yukinori
Project: Don't Follow the Wind
Participating artists include names of individuals and groups.
Yokohama Triennale 2017 Directors
Osaka Eriko / Director, Yokohama Museum of Art
Miki Akiko / Curator/ International Artistic Director, Benesse Art Site Naoshima
Kashiwagi Tomoh / Project Director, Yokohama Museum of Art
Hatakeyama Naoya, Terril #02607, 2009. Loose-
Exhibition 4 August -
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