Every three years, over three hundred square miles of land in the Niigata prefecture of Japan are transformed into the largest and most ambitious art-installation in the world: the Echigo-Tsumaria Art Triennale. Created by Tokyo-based gallery Art Front Gallery (AFG), the exciting event is host to some of the best-known landscape artists, sculptors and architects from all over the world, with exhibitions scattered throughout the two hundred local villages that dot the mountains and rice fields of northern Japan. Started in 2000, the festival recently completed its 6th run, with over half a million art lovers making the trek to experience the unique art project. To commemorate fifteen years of art exhibitions and celebrate the relationships forged between global artists at the Triennale, director and curator Fram Kitagawa has compiled Art Place Japan. This comprehensive catalogue displays the 800 artworks that have been featured over the past fifteen years and serves as a travel guide,…
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