[Review] Michiko Nakatani: What a Tree Dreams
We would like to present the review written by Hitoshi Nakano, about Michiko Nakatani's artwork, "Boat."
Please let's see through Hitoshi Nakano's perspective, who plays an important role in the contemporary art, and was the curator of the Japanese Pavilion at the 56th Venice Biennale International Art Exhibition (2015), and curated the project, -The Key in the Hand - by Chiharu Shiota; of the Yokohama Triennale 2017, and of numerous exhibitions at KAAT Kanazawa Arts Theater and at Kanagawa Prefectural Hall Gallery.
works for reference
Song of the Dog, 2019
Beyond the river, voice calling for a boat, 2018
courtesy of Mie Prefecture Art Museum
Hitoshi Nakano (Curator)
Curator of the Japan Pavilion at the 56th Venice Biennale International Art Exhibition (2015). Curator of the Yokohama Triennale 2017.
Born in Kanagawa Prefecture in 1968. The main projects are the performing arts based on the musical poem Iku Tagawa Monogatari-Noh "Kizuka" (creative contemporary Noh, 2004, Kanagawa Prefectural Music Hall), Alma Mahler and artists at the end of Vienna (music and art). , 2006, same year), John Cage's 100th birthday, time and space to meet each other (music and dance, 11 years, Kanagawa prefectural hall gallery). Among the contemporary art exhibitions, Chiharu Shiota "Silent From" (2007, Kanagawa Prefectural Hall Gallery), Kento Koganazawa "Between that and this" (2008, same), "Everyday/out of place" exhibition (09, Same), “Port of Design.” Katsumi Asaba Exhibition (2009, 10 years same), Taro Izumi Exhibition “Kneading” (10 years same), “Everyday/Why there” exhibition (11 years same), Sawa Hiraki Exhibition "Whirl" (12 years, same), "Daily/Off-reco" Exhibition (14 years, KAAT Kanagawa Arts Theater), Ryota Yagi Exhibition "Science/Fiction" (15 years, Kanagawa Prefectural Hall Gallery), KAAT Kanagawa Arts Theater "Sudden Museum" (15th, 16th year, same), Chiharu Shiota "Locked Room" (16th year, same), "Poetry Forest" Exhibition-Speaking space (17th year, same), Sawa Hiraki Exhibition “Narrative of Latent Image” (18, same) and others.
Completed a doctoral course in the first half of Keio University Graduate School of Aesthetics and Art History. Director and researcher of the Institute of Arts and Resources Management. Part-time lecturer at Joshibi University of Art and Design/Tokai University.