JAPAN FOUNDATION 国際交流基金
2021 17th
International Architecture Exhibition
La Biennale di Venezia
Co-ownership of Action: Trajectories of Elements
Curator
Kozo Kadowaki
Architects
Jo Nagasaka | Ryoko Iwase | Toshikatsu Kiuchi | Taichi Sunayama | Daisuke Motogi
Designer
Rikako Nagashima
Researchers
Norimasa Aoyagi | Aya Hiwatashi
Editor
Jiro Iio
Advisor
Kayoko Ota
Organizer
The Japan Foundation
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Art Exhibition Archive

The Venice Biennale was founded in 1895, and is recognized as the world’s longest-established international art exhibition. Held for over 120 years, it continues to attract global attention once every two years as a place that constantly showcases and communicates the latest trends in contemporary art. Japan has participated in the biennale since the 26th exhibition in 1952, and on each occasion has introduced the works of representing Japanese artists at the Japan Pavilion completed in 1958.

Architecture Exhibition Archive

The International Architecture Exhibition of the Venice Biennale was established in 1980, and since 2000, it has become a regular event held once every two years in alternation with the International Art Exhibition. Japan has been an official participant since the 5th exhibition in 1991, and like the art exhibition, engages in presenting exhibits each time at the Japan Pavilion.

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