Dream House stays open in September to the public and autumn booking opens from 12 September.

2020/8/29

For inquiry

“Dream House” is one of the artworks in Echigo-Tsumari Art Field, open to the public as an artwork as well as accommodation to stay overnight. Marina Abramović created the Dream House as a place for “dreaming a dream” in an old minka house. Guests are invited to put on pyjama designed by the artist, choose a room in different colours to sleep in from red, green, blue or purple, and leave a note on their dream in the “Dream Book”.

Dream House will be open during the weekends in September to the public from Saturday 5 September. Booking for autumn will start from Saturday 12 September 2020.

≫Dream House

 


To visit the artwork

*Opening dates and hours: 10:00-14:00 on Saturdays, Sundays and national holidays from 5 to 27 September 2020.

*Admission: Adult JPY500 / Child age under 15 JPY250

*No booking required.


To stay overnight

*Booking is open to the following dates:
Friday 2, Saturday 3, Friday 9, Saturday 10, Friday 16, Saturday 17, Friday 23, Saturday 24, Friday 30, and Saturday 31 October, Sunday 1, Monday 2 November 2020

*Booking the entire space without meals JPY33,000 (including tax)

*One group per day (up to four people at maximum)

*Option: Breakfast JPY500 per person

Booking opens form 0:00- on Saturday 12 September 2020

Photo by ANZAÏ

For inquiry

Echigo Tsumari Art Field Information Center
Address c/o Echigo-Tsumari Art Field Information Center 3743-1 Matsudai, Tokamachi-city, Niigata 942-1526
Tel 025-761-7767
Fax 025-761-7911
E-mail info@tsumari-artfield.com
Press Officer
Address Echigo-Tsumari Art Triennale Executive Committee Tokyo Office c/o Art Front Gallery A, Hillside Terrace, 29-13 Sarugaku-cho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-0033
Tel 03-3476-4360
Fax 03-3476-4874
E-mail tsumaripr@artfront.co.jp
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