Home > Entertainment > Art
  print button email button

Thursday, July 26, 2012

News photo
Daido Moriyama's "Real Lear" photos on display inside an abandoned-school project in Myokama village, Tokamachi, Niigata


"Echigo-Tsumari Art Triennale 2012"


Staff writer

One of the world's largest art festivals, Echigo-Tsumari Art Triennale is held across this mountainous Niigata region every three years. Its goal is to revive the area by encouraging visitors to interact with the countryside and its locals.

The festival showcases artworks located in around 200 villages and it includes shows in abandoned schools, outdoor exhibits, events and other activities. This year's highlights include Christian Boltanski's "No Man's Land" and works at the East Asia Art Village in Tsunan town; July 29-Sept. 17.

Echigo-Tsumari, Niigata; (025) 595-6688; Tokamachi Station, Iiyama Line. ¥3,500 for a passport to all artworks, with discounts to some events. www.echigo-tsumari.jp/eng.

Other arts this week

Back to Top

About us |  Work for us |  Contact us |  Privacy policy |  Link policy |  Registration FAQ
Advertise in japantimes.co.jp.
This site has been optimized for modern browsers. Please make sure that Javascript is enabled in your browser's preferences.
The Japan Times Ltd. All rights reserved.