Jan Fabre “Another Sleepy Dusty Delta Day”

2010.10.2 (Sat.) - 2010.10.3 (Sun.)

Jan Fabre “Another Sleepy Dusty Delta Day” Japan premier

Oct 2 [Sat] Start 18:00- (door open 17:45),
   3 [Sun] Start 15:00- (door open 14:45)

Subsequent to the exhibition, we will present a stage work by Jan FABRE, who also leads in the international dance scene. A solo dance performance concerned with Fabre’s major theme, “love and death”, the work won raves when first presented at the Avignon Theatre Festival. Fusing, dance, words, music and art, it is a rich condensation of Jan Fabre’s essence as a cross-disciplinary artist.

Admission: General ¥4,500 / Advance ¥4,000

Venue :


“HEAR” premier by dance company KINGYO (Yukio Suzuki)

2010.8.21 (Sat.) - 2010.8.22 (Sun.)

Yukio Suzuki (dance) × Naoyuki Tsuji (animation) × Kazuhisa Uchihashi (music)

Aug 21 [Sat], 22 [Sun]
Residency Period: Aug 9 [Mon] - 22 [Sun]

Following last year’s “The Edge of Words”, SUZUKI Yukio will again create an in- residency production. He has won acclaim with raw, realistic dance expression that captures the spontaneous feel of a documentary. This time, he will get deeper into sound, physicality, and the imagery possessed by “words”. Blending the charcoal drawing animation of TSUJI Naoyuki and powerfully original music of UCHIHASHI Kazuhisa, Suzuki will evoke a world of astonishing freedom.

Venue :

The Edge of Words
Photo:Hiraku IKEDA

Eiga no gokui (Art of Film), vol.9

Jacques Rozier’s Vacation

2010.7.17 (Sat.) - 2010.7.19 (Mon.)

A series devoted to Jacque ROZIER, a standard bearer for French new wave cinema in the 1960s. We offer 6 films by this legendary director, acclaimed by GODARD, who has created relatively few films in his 60 years of career.

Eiga no gokui (Art of Film), vol.10
Portuguese Film Series

Commemorating 150 years of exchange between Japan and Portugal, a program offering a precious opportunity to enjoy Portuguese Films. Over 10 films are scheduled, some of them never before screened in Japan.

Venue :

Du Cĉté d’ Orouët, Jacques
ROZIER, 1969 - 70