15th Anniversary Exhibition

Where We Now Stand—In Order to Map the Future[2]

2019.10.12 (Sat.) - 2020.5.10 (Sun.)

Now in our 15th anniversary year, the museum’s collection stands at 3,880 artworks—an achievement of the two decades since collecting began in 2000, prior to the museum’s opening. In those two decades, society has changed radically, a phenomenon the collection strongly reflects in its growing number of artworks sharply attuned to their times. This exhibition will reinterpret the collected works from the perspective of today’s issues so as to form a picture of where we now stand, in a complexly diversifying world, and begin sketching out a map of the future.

Chris BURDEN Metroolis 2004
photo: KIOKU Keizo
© Chris BURDEN


Space Syntax

2019.10.12 (Sat.) - 2020.3.22 (Sun.)

Space Syntax uses unique techniques of spatial analysis to design cities/architectural spaces from the perspective of connections and relationships. This exhibition presents the unit's theory and practice by taking the layout of the 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa as the object of study, which also aspires to take this opportunity to speculate about the special qualities of art museum spaces.


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