Yukihisa Isobe Memorial Echigo-Tsumari Kiyotsu Soko Museum

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29 Apr-8 May (everyday), 9 May - 29 Jul (Weekends & Holidays), 30 Jul - 4 Sep (except Tue & Wed), 5 Sep - 13 Nov (Weekends & Holidays)
Photo by YAMAMOTO Sotaro

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About the artwork

The Kiyotsukyo Elementary School was closed in 2009 and renovated into a warehouse museum equipped with generous storage for artworks in a former gymnasium and gallery space where the opening exhibition, “Four artists: materials and hands” was held. The old wooden floorboards were taken off to reveal the concrete base whereas a new concrete wall was built inside the existing wall, making the space appropriate for exhibiting large-scale contemporary artworks – giving the 25th AACA award for this innovative renovation. Group of students from Tokyo Denki University and Kyoritsu Women’s University ran Kiyotsuya in co-operation with local women during the festival. The Museum will be open annually as one of the hub facilities of Echigo-Tsumari Art Field.

【Renovation design: Yamamoto Sotaro / Food adviser: Imai Yoshihiro】

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Artwork no. N072
Production year 2015
Opening hours 10:00~17:00 (~16:00 on Oct and Nov)
Admission Please purchase a Individual Ticket JPY 500 (Entrance Fee), ETAT Passport to view the artworks.
Area Nakasato
Village Kakuma
Open dates 29 Apr-8 May (everyday), 9 May - 29 Jul (Weekends & Holidays), 30 Jul - 4 Sep (except Tue & Wed), 5 Sep - 13 Nov (Weekends & Holidays) *Please note that the works to be developed in the gymnasium and swimming pool will be open to the public after July 30.
Venue 1528-2 Kakuma, Tokamachi-city, Niigata Prefecture
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