There are two main hall for Yokohama trennale this year. One of them, Plot 48 I will explain the exhibition hall.
This blog explains the 2020 Yokohama Triennale.
Plot 48 Exterior of the exhibition hall Entrance.
The event was threatened by the coronavirus, but it has managed to be held and can be seen. The session is until October 11th 2020.
Since the content is very sexually expressed, it is not recommended for children, but it will be an opportunity to think about life and social poverty, so if you think about contemporary art with your head and deepen your art thinking while looking at it with your eyes. I think.
Well, in the hot sun, Plot 48, which I managed to reach, is where the Takashi Yanase Anpanman Museum, which was very popular with children, used to be. There are still remnants of the colorful museum, such as the walls.
The work that I meet before showing the ticket at the entrance is the work that actually rings the bicycle bell of Dennis TAN. After that, you will enter the South Building.
Dennis TAN Bicycle Bell
There are works by Joy Kawakubo, Hicham BERRADA, and Amol K. PATIL.
Amol K. PATIL’s work
Furthermore, in the theater space at the back, there is a work showing the luminous insects of Andreas GREINER.
Fifteen people gathered around the piano while there was concern about the spread of the coronavirus, and seeing the glowing luminescent insects with terrifying music made me feel like I was an accomplice who hurt people, not just an insect. Not recommended for people who are sensitive to music.
A work that shows the luminous insects of Andreas GREINER.
You can climb the stairs to the 2nd and 3rd floors, but take the elevator to the 3rd floor.
Aruai Puridan (Rei Taketama) is what you see immediately after leaving the elevator.
Knit work by Aruai Pridan (Rei Taketama)
It is a knit work of Aluaiy PULIDAN. The video work that passed through the curtain on the left side can be seen sitting down with the work of Anton Vidokle.
The contents are images of Japanese funerals and grills, and images of the times when Russia longed for space, such as Ukraine Kiev.
Anton Vidokle’s work can be seen sitting down, so take a break here to prevent heat stroke.
I will go to another large room that leaves that room, but please be careful as this work also has a fairly sexual sexual expression.
Zheng bo zheng bo
The previous work is a naked work of a man masturbating with a palm tree in the rainforest.
A lot of grotesque works are collected.
Perhaps it is the Islamic world of Farah AL QASIMI that stands out, but it does not touch on religious issues, but it is the work of a Middle Eastern artists.
The work of Farah AL QASIMI
In the blue and red room next to it, Lau Wai and the slide projector in the back are works with knives, pistols, and blood as motifs.
And the place of the last big playground is the work of Elena Nox.
A work by Elena Nox.
It’s terrible. The inside of the door is just pornography.
Two junior high school girls came in, so I went out without being crushed.
Art may be interesting if you change your perspective with a work with a theme like shrimp having sex, but even if it is a building that is no longer used, graffiti on the wall and graffiti on the toilet are a little The contents of the exhibition were unbearable to see.
Guide map you can get at the entrance
north wing of Plot 48
This page introduces the Yokohama Triennale.
Plot 48 The second venue
Then leave the South Building and move to the north building.
A work of playing drums on an abandoned airplane of Tinaha Block Stevens when entering from the entrance.
Tinaha Block Stevens. Headphones prevent infection.
The video work of Korakrit ARUNANONDCHAI behind it has an interesting installation, but the video is also a video of a religious facility that can hardly be seen in Japan, and there are hundreds of drones(air craft). I couldn’t watch it for a long time, but it was interesting.
Korakrit ARUNANOND CHAI installation
Video work of Korakrit ARUNANOND CHAI
Next, the work of Russ LIGTAS, which has SNS centered on blue and the expression of bed LGBT,
Works by Russ LIGTAS
Haig AIVAZIAN is a work that is brightly illuminated in black and white by the spotlight next to it.
Works by Haig AIVAZIAN
Oscar SANTILLAN is a work of a spherical spaceship in the center of the room.
And the dark video work is Naeem MOHAIEMEN, and the video and photographic work of women singing and dancing in the palm tree is the work of Rahima GAMBO.
Rahima GAMBO’s work
When I go outside, I see oranges. The swaying fence is also a work.
Joyce Ho’s fence can be touched and moved.
Finally, I saw Farming Architects, which was recommended by a guard to go around the back of the north wing, but it was hot and not often seen.
When you go up from the parking lot by elevator, you can see the work of ZHANG XU Zhan in the old restaurant that you noticed on the venue map and forgot to see.
Old restaurant entrance
This is making a doll and making a video with stop motion. It is quite surreal that the rats and pigs that beat the drums are exhibited in the kitchen of the old restaurant.
Works by ZHANG XU Zhan
That’s all for the 2020 Yokohama Triennale Afterglow to catch the fragments of light.
I couldn’t see the work of Marianne Furby at NYK Maritime Museum because of the intense heat.
I think that there are many people who cannot come even if they want to come to see it, such as those who cannot come from afar and those who are waiting for the coronavirus.
In the meantime, I covered the Yokohama Triennale instead, so if you want to enjoy contemporary art even more, why don’t you actually visit it?
See you again.
Nick Cave’s work at the entrance of the Museum of Yokohama Museum of Art
Artist List / Yokohama Museum of Art
Fumiaki AONO AONO Fumiaki
Takashi Arai ARAI Takashi
Nick Cave Nick Cave
Max DE ESTEBAN
Yuki Iiyama II YAMA Yuki
Yu Iwai IWAI Masaru
Asako Iwama IWAMA Asako
Kim Yun-Cheul KIM Yunchul
Make or Break (Rebecca Gallo & Connie Antes)
Make or Break (Rebecca GALLO & Connie ANTHES)
Park Chan-kyong PARK Chan-kyong
Masaharu Sato SATO Masaharu
Sato Risa SATORisa
Takemura Kei TAKEMURA Kei
Omer Washim & Saira Shake
Omer WASIM & Saira SHEIKH
ZHANG XU Zhan
Writer List Artist List / PLOT 48
Farah AL QASIMI
Koracrit Arnanon Chai
Andreas GREINER Andreas GREINER
Tina Havelock Stevens
Tina HAVELOCK STEVENS
Yudai Iikawa IIKAWA Takehiro
Kawakubo Yoi KAWAKUBO Yoi
Amol K. PATIL
Aruai Pridan (Rei Taketama)
Dennis TAN (Chen Bunko) Dennis TAN
Anton Vidokle Anton VIDOKLE
Jen Bo (Zheng Bo) ZHENG Bo
It started in 2001 as an international exhibition of contemporary art held once every three years, and marks the 20th anniversary. This is the 7th exhibition.
How to get to Yokohama Triennale 2020.
Click here for ticket reservation ↓
Please select [Museum Shop at Yokohama Museum of Admission] and purchase a ticket. Please enter the Museum of Yokohama within 30 minutes from the reservation date and time.
Plot 48 [only on the same day as the Museum of Yokohama] You can enter at any time you like (admission is up to 30 minutes before closing) * You can only enter on the reserved day of the Museum of Yokohama
Click here to make advance reservations for hands-on works (Moresin Arayari, Lantian Sie, Yudai Iikawa)
Friday, July 17, 2020-Sunday, October 11, 2020
Thursday (excluding July 23, August 13, and October 8)
10: 00-18: 00
* Open until 21:00 on October 2nd (Fri), 3rd (Sat), 8th (Thu), 9th (Fri), and 10th (Sat).
* Open until 20:00 on the last day of the session, October 11th (Sun)