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Exhibition “Panorama” – – the Villa Kujoyama at MTRL

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Sat, September 16, 2017  UTC+09:00

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無料 * A fee of using a cafe (from 500 yen) or using a co-working space (from 1,500 yen) is required for admission.

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* Opening hours are based on MTRL KYOTO's opening hours. Please note that some exhibits may not be available in case of charter etc.

Nuit Blanche has become a must-see event that cannot be overlooked. The theme for the seventh edition is “Landscape, the city in movement”, and shows a selection of new trends and experimentations. The Villa Kujoyama takes the lead and presents from the 15th of September in the space MTRL the exhibition untitled “Panorama”. This artistic proposal is a foretaste of the event on the 6th, and gives an overview of the work of the artists-in-residency at the Villa.
The duo Tadashi Ono & Julien Guinand (Photography) and the pairs Laureline Galliot & Matthieu Peyroulet Ghilini (Design) and Baptiste Ymonet & Vincent Jousseaume (Arts craft) set up the scene and give their insight of landscape through this exhibition.
Visitors are invited to enter MTRL and discover the works in progress. The audience will catch the universe of each artist and will be able to see the relation they experience with the landscape during their stay in Japan.

During Nuit Blanche on the 6th of October, 6 other French and Japanese artists will join the artistic proposal in MTLR. They will present performances in the dedicated theme of “Landscape”.

Opening Party

Opening of the exhibition on the 15th of September – from 6pm to 9.30 pm

Artists

Biography & project

Julien Guinand
The French photographer Julien Guinand interrogates though his work the ratio of power at stake in natural spaces. He sees his practice as a witness of a time-going and wish to express his relation with his environment.
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©JULIEN GUINAND

Tadashi Ono
Tadashi Ono lives and works between Japan and France. His photographic work seeks to question of architecture, the environment and history. The artificiality of landscapes shaped by human beings and the balance of power between urban peripheries and urban centres are a few of the subjects that flow through his series.
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©Tadashi Ono

Mathieu Peyroulet Ghilini
Mathieu Peyroulet Ghilini is a French designer whose work focuses on diverse interpretations of the sophistication of shapes. Through his activities, he wants to create links between plastic approach and industrial design.
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©MATHIEU PEYROULET GHILINI

Laureline Galliot
Laureline Galliot is a French designer. Her practice is flanked by painting and new technologies, from which she has gained many insights on perception, but most of all on the method that is the basis of her work as a designer. She aims to create objects that talk about a culture, that transmit an emotion, on which the existence, the story of a factory can be read.
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©LAURELINE GALLIOT

Baptiste Ymonet & Vincent Jousseaume
After their studies at the School of Fine Arts in Tours and Nantes, Baptiste Ymonet & Vincent Jousseaume have created Atelier Polyhedre, an exciting French ceramics studio that develops tableware and decorative pieces. Through their practices between art craft and decorative art, the pairs of artists aim to suggest an experimental approach of ceramic.
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©BAPTISTE YMONET & VINCENT JOUSSEAUME


The Villa Kujoyama is part of the Institut français of Japan and benefits from the support of the Fondation Bettencourt Schueller.
The Villa Kujoyama expresses its gratitude to Château Beauséjour.

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企画:MTRL KYOTO / Villa Kujoyama

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Date & Time

Sat, September 16, 2017 UTC+09:00

Venue

FabCafe Kyoto / MTRL KYOTO
Motoshiogamacho 554, Kyoto Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto, 600-8119, Japan
* No parking is available.
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Fee

無料 * A fee of using a cafe (from 500 yen) or using a co-working space (from 1,500 yen) is required for admission.

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* Opening hours are based on MTRL KYOTO's opening hours. Please note that some exhibits may not be available in case of charter etc.

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