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2019.02.20

Watch for free! New installation of the most accomplished Tahi in Yokohama Museum of Art

Yokohama Museum of Art Holding period: 2010.02.23-2010.03.24
Ends in 3 days

「New Artist Picks Just before becoming ice, the water below the freezing point, Just before becoming a butterfly, in the pupa, just before becoming a poem, The Yokohama Museum of Art. --- Exhibition of the most effective Tahi poetry」

"New Artist Picks (NAP)" series that introduces promising young artists. This year's topic is Tahi Saito, an artist who uses words to perform a wide variety of expression activities.

The end result began to announce words on the web since the middle school, then published the first poem collection in 2007. While gaining high praise from the poet, the activity through the Internet and SNS attracts fans who have not been familiar with poetry until now, and has attracted great attention. In addition, in recent years, we have been actively trying to participate in art exhibitions and make use of spaces to express words, and their activities have shown a variety of developments beyond just one form of expression.

The final exhibition, which will be the first solo exhibition at a public art museum for the most fruitful, will present the most complete creation, which emphasizes interactive interaction between the work and the work recipient, as a new work installation. Please look forward to the exhibition of the finest words that shake our everyday life with keen sensibility.

PROFILE
Superb Tahi / Tahi Saihate
Born in 1986. 2006, won the Contemporary Poetry Award. In 2007, the first poem collection "Good Morning" (Shishisha) was published, and Nakahara Chuya received the prize for the same work. In 2014, he published a poem collection "To the Dead of Ourselves" (Little More), and won the Contemporary Poetry Prize for the same work. In 2016, the poem collection "Yozora is always the blue of the highest density" (Littlemore) published, the film is filmed in 2017 (director: Ishii Yuya). The poem collection trilogy is completed by "The Sea of Love is Here" (Little More, 2017). In collaboration with "Web Designing" magazine in 2014-16 years, the "Poet Huck" series, which combines poetry and digital technology, is released. Also, in the co-author of Hundreds of Thousands of Years After (Associating Kiyokawa Asami) (Littlemore, 2017), we tried to translate the hundreds of poets into a contemporary language in the form of poetry. The latest poems include Heaven and Superb Leisure Time (Shogakukan, 2018).
WEB SITE → http://tahi.jp/

New Artist Picks
Just before becoming ice, the water below the freezing point, Just before becoming a butterfly, in the puffin, just before becoming a poem, The Yokohama Museum of Art.
--- Exhibition of the most effective Tahi
[Date and time] February 23 (Sat)-March 24 (Sun) 2019 20:00 to 18:00
[Venue] Yokohama Museum of Art Art Gallery 1, Café Kokurayama, Art Information Center
※ Café Ogurayama is from 10:45 to 18:00
※ Until 20:30 on Saturday, March 2, 2019
[Charge] Free
[Organization] Yokohama Art Museum (Yokohama City Foundation for Arts and Culture Promotion)
[TEL] 045-221-0300 (Yokohama Museum of Art)
* The official site of the Yokohama Museum of Art is here !

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    Yokohama Museum of Art was founded in 1989 aimed to contribute to the appreciation of modern and contemporary art, as well as to citizens’ creative activities and enrich civic culture. As a museum of an international port town, this place is mainly focusing on arts dated after 1859, the year when the port of Yokohama was opened, and is constantly collecting works and holding exhibitions. Among them, there is an excellent photograph collection unique to Yokohama, one of the birthplaces of photography in Japan. (Photo: Yasuyuki Kasagi) "

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