Event schedule

Kyoto Art Center


546-2 Yamabushiyama-cho, Muromachi-Takoyakushi, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto
Information:Tel. 075-213-1000
Access:Kyoto City Subway & Hankyu Railways: A 5 min walk from Exits 22 or 24 of Shijo Station (on the Karasuma Line) & Karasuma Station (on Hankyu Railway’s Kyoto Line)
Kyoto City Bus: Take bus 3, 5, 201, 203, or 207 to the Shijo Karasuma bus stop

© Théodora Jacobs
At Free Space

Théo Casciani 『LECTURE (02) 』

A sound performance by Kazumichi Komatsu and a live reading by Cléo Verstrepen and Fumi Takenouchi based on Rétine, the latest novel of Théo Casciani, a French writer.

© Lee Boo-rok『Robo Cafe』
At Japanese-style Hall, Auditorium and South Gallery etc.

Group Exhibition “The People of Kae Song Industrial Complex” KYOTO EXPERIMENT 2019 Program

The Kae Song Industrial Complex is located a little northern to the military border that separates the two halves of the Korean Peninsula and it was in operation for more than ten years from 2004. It was a unique place where people from both sides of the border worked together because North Korea allocated land and labor and South Korea provided technology and invested in the area. The exhibition “Kae Song Industrial Complex” was held at Culture Station Seoul 284, former Seoul station building in the Japanese colonial period, in the summer of 2018. It did not focus on the complex as a part of economic community but as an intimate community that was built by each community members who led daily lives there. In this way, the exhibition portrayed the Kae Song Industrial Complex in a new way. Works by three artists from the original Seoul exhibition will be displayed in Kyoto.

Period: 5-27 October 2019
Opening Hours: 10:00–20:00 *On 5 O ctober, it opens until 22:00.

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