Photo:Takashi Homma

Photo:Takashi Homma


Yusuke Asai

Kazuyo Sejima

Yuko Hasegawa

Artwork No. 125

Inujima “Art House Project” Former site of a stonecutter's house / Listen to the Voices of Yesterday Like the Voices of Ancient Times

Animals, plants, and boats are drawn on the ground using an adhesive rubber technique. For this edition of the Triennale, there is new growth, suggesting that the pictures are pushing outward from the site.

Artistic Director: Yuko Hasegawa | Architecture: Kazuyo Sejima

The Inujima Art House Project
The Inujima Art House Project fuses art and architecture with the island landscape, way of life, and people. Five Art House galleries and one rest stop are scattered around the village.


Artwork Location Inujima Community Area
Hours 10:00-16:30 (Last admittance 16:00)
Closed Tuesdays (March 1 - November 30) | Tuesdays to Thursdays (December 1 - last day of February) | *Open on national holidays but closed the next day. | *Open on Tuesdays when Monday falls on a national holiday but closed on the next day.
Admission 2,060 yen | *Admission to Inujima Seirensho Art Museum and Seaside Inujima Gallery included. | *free for children 15 and under.
Notes The buildings are permanent works, but the exhibits are changed at irregular intervals. | Management: Fukutake Foundation | Inujima Art House Project official website>


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