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Kunsthalle Bielefeld by Satoshi Saikusa


Pictures of a Collection
50 Years of the Kunsthalle Bielefeld
29. 09. 18 > 27. 01. 19

The Kunsthalle Bielefeld is celebrating its fiftieth anniversary in 2018. Designed by the American architect Philip Johnson, the Kunsthalle’s remarkable building was opened to the public on September 27, 1968. After introducing Johnson in the role of curator in the 2017 exhibition Alfred H. Barr Jr. und Philip Johnson – Partners in Design, Olaf Nicolai’s show Chant d’Amour anticipated the anniversary year, focusing on the Kunsthalle’s architecture in a poetic and haunting way. Now, the upcoming anniversary exhibition is dedicated to the Kunsthalle’s art collection.

Avec / With : Satoshi Saïkusa

Kunsthalle Bielefeld

Artur-Ladebeck-Straße 5 - D-33602 Bielefeld, Germany

Intime(s) by Satoshi Saikusa


Du 13 septembre au 3 novembre 2018
Vernissage le 13 septembre de 18h à 20h

Ferdinand Hodler, Jean Crotti, Niklaus Manuel Güdel, Alexandre Haefeli, Yannick Lambelet, Elisabeth Llach, Line Marquis, Till Rabus, Philippe Cognée, Damien  Comment, Nicolas Darrot, Anya Belyat Giunta, Sarah Jérôme, Ayako David Kawauchi, Thomas Lévy-Lasne, Emeli Theander.

Galerie C
E. Léopold-Robert 1A - CH–2000 Neuchâtel

L'image en morceaux by Satoshi Saikusa

Du 16 juin au 16 septembre 2018

Avec : Arnal, Vincent & Roger Boubenec, Virginie Broquet, Patrick Chambon, Philippe Cognée, Philippe Comar, Nathalie Contenay, Jose de Huescar, Erro, Ghislaine Escande, François Fontaine, Gilles Ghez, Jev, Jiri Kolar, Kim KototamaLune, Pascal Laborde, Bernard Laturner, Jean Le Gac, Gordon Marta-Clark, Ivan Messac, Jean-Claude Meynard, Bernard Moninot, Jacques Monory, Patrick Mocquet, Bernard Morteyrol, Jacques Poli, Louis Pons, Cédric Ponti, Ilias Poulos, Eric Rondepierre, Georges Rousse, Satoshi Saïkusa, Jean-Benoist Sallé, Micheline Simon, Gilles Traquini, Jacques Vimard.

Vernissage le 15 juin de 18 à 20h / Commissariat : Évelyne Artaud, Robert Bonaccorsi

Villa Tamaris Centre d'Art, La Seyne sur Mer (FR)

Carolein Smit - L'amour fou by Satoshi Saikusa


02.06 > 30.09.2018

Carolein Smit combines contrasts in her ceramic sculptures as in Amour fou, a seemingly irrational, yet most passionate and addictive love. Where is innocence to blame, life to death? Where is the transition, the turning point? These are questions that the Dutch born in 1960, now living in Belgium, is investigating. Their mysterious figurations seem just as precious and seductive as dangerous, fragile and painful. At the same time, they seem to be filled with enigmatic humor. They are contemporary, but alter ego is rooted in the world of miracle chambers, devotional cabinets and in the mythical-fantastic ramifications of art history.

Exhibition leaflet (.pdf)

GRASSI Museum für Angewandte Kunst
Johannisplatz 5-11, 04103 Leipzig - DE

L’Exode en Clair de Terre by Satoshi Saikusa


Vernissage, Samedi 02.06.2018 13h00 – 20h00
Exposition 02.06.2018 – 01.07.2018

L’exposition collective, L’Exode en Clair de Terre présente des productions d’art, de design et d’architecture autour de l’évocation du lieu d’exposition et de son environnement.

Avec : Marion Catusse, Studio Quetzal (Louise Naegelen, Adrien Gadet & Benjamin Lina), Botanical Agency (Simon de Dreuille & Elena J Seegers), Hugo Drubay, Hristo Mavrev, Philippe Henry & Wassyl Abdoun-Tamzali

Pavillon de la Muette - Route forestière des Pavillons
78100 Saint-Germain-en-Laye