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April 23, 2014

Yokohama Triennale 2014: ART Fahrenheit 451

Yokohama Triennale 2014
ART Fahrenheit 451: Sailing into the sea of oblivion

August 1–November 3, 2014

www.yokohamatriennale.jp

The Organizing Committee for the Yokohama Triennale is pleased to announce the detailed list of participating artists at Yokohama Triennale 2014, which will open this coming August.

In addition to the preview list of seven artists/groups announced prior, 55 new artists/groups have been announced at the forth press conference held on April 22, bringing the total number of participants to 62 from 19 countries and regions.

The artistic director of Yokohama Triennale 2014, Yasumasa Morimura, released the exhibition structure and participating artists list as follows:

Embarking on a voyage into the sea of oblivion
Haven’t we left behind something that is fundamentally important? Have we moved on without realizing it, or simply, left it behind, while knowing it all along?

There are artists and artistic expressions that respond acutely to this realm of oblivion.

Yokohama Triennale 2014 will be a “voyage into the sea of oblivion.” It will make us recall things that have been inadvertently lost from our lives, things that have been perpetually forgotten by human beings, and particular things that have been lost in the contemporary age.

Let us wander, feel perplexed, become inspired, broaden our imaginations, and stop and contemplate. Comprised of two introductions and a total of 11 chapters, the Yokohama Triennale 2014 will provide us with an opportunity to compile a journal of a drifting mind.

Introduction 
Unmonumental Monuments
Wim Delvoye / Gimhongsok

What Is in the Center of the World?
Michael Landy

Chapter 1: Listening to Silence and Whispers
Kazimir Malevich / Agnes Martin / Blinky Palermo / Josh Smith / Karmelo Bermejo / Kimura Hiroshi / René Magritte / Marcel Broodthaers / Vija Celmins / Isa Genzken / Felix Gonzalez-Torres / Murakami Tomoharu / Ian Wilson

Chapter 2: Encountering a Drifting Classroom
Kama Gei

Chapter 3: ART Fahrenheit 451
Moe Nai Ko To Ba (graphic design: Watanabe Kazuo, bookbinding: Ohie Toshio, Works by Shiga Lieko and others) / Otani Yoshihisa Collection / Matsumoto Shunsuke / Narahara Ikko / Eric Baudelaire / Dora García / Michael Rakowitz / Edward & Nancy Reddin Kienholz

Chapter 4: Laboring in Solitude, Wrestling with the World
Fukuoka Michio / Nakahira Takuma / Alighiero Boetti / Zhang Enli / Mohri Yuko / Simon Starling / Yoshimura Masunobu / Wada Masahiro

Chapter 5: Impersonal Chronicles (tentative)

Chapter 6: Monologues by Enfants Terribles
Joseph Cornell / Sakagami Chiyuki / Matsui Chie / Alina Szapocznikow / Pierre Molinier / Andy Warhol / Gregor Schneider

Chapter 7: Vanishing into the Light
Mishima Anju + Mishima Ritsue

Chapter 8: A Drifting Journey / A Sea Reflecting Fleeting Images
Takayama Akira / Toyoda Hitoshi

Chapter 9: Performing “Fahrenheit 451″ (tentative)
Sapporo International Art Festival 2014

Chapter 10: The Day After Deluge (tentative)
Fukuoka Asian Art Triennale

Chapter 11: Drifting in a Sea of Oblivion
Yanagi Miwa / Tsuchida Hiromi / Tonoshiki Tadashi / Melvin Moti / Bas Jan Ader / Jack Goldstein / Ana Mendieta / Akram Zaatari / Elias Hansen / Danh Vo / Kasahara Emiko / Kasai Erika / Yongik Kim / Matsuzawa Yutaka / Ohtake Shinro / Hino Naohiko

For further information of Yokohama Triennale 2014, click here.

For press inquiries: yt2014 [​at​] ypcpr.com

For general inquiries: press [​at​] yokohamatriennale.jp

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