【Jimmie Durham】 Echigo-Tsumari Art Triennale 2000-2022 Memorial Exhibition Series
-Artists Still Alive in Echigo-Tsumari

Photo by ANZAÏ

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About the artwork

With roots in the Cherokee, one of the indigenous peoples of America, Durham’s activities span from being an artist, and poet to a political activist. In the first iteration of ETAT, the artist created an artwork that implied the trace of a house in Matsunoyama. He also created a public artwork for Faret Tachikawa.

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Artwork no. T435
Production year 2022
Opening hours 10:00-18:00
Area Tokamachi
Village MonET
Venue Museum on Echigo-Tsumari, MonET (6-1 Honcho, Tokamachi-city, Niigata)
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