Get the list of artworks open to the public (All works are registred with Google map).


For inquiry

About 200 of our permanent collections are open in between years of the festival

Artworks which have been created for the past ETATs are available to visit in between years of the festival. There are about 200 of those in Echigo-Tsumari Art Field. There follows how to search to get the list of artworks that are open to the public:

※ Cover photo: “The Last Class” (2006) by Christian Boltanski + Jean Kalman

Use a search function on "artworks page" on the official website to check if artworks of your interest are open or not:

  • Even the status shows “Open”, some of them could be closed on regular closure day,  open only on specific days of the week or open exclusively to guests staying at the respective facility. Please make sure to check details of each work prior to your visit.
  • You can also narrow down your options by area or characters. (The following search results are as of 23 July 2021)

② Check the route to artworks on Google Map or official website. Suggested itineraries may help build your own journey plan.

  • All the works are registered with Google Map so that it is easy to check the location of each artwork. Official website is also powered by google map.
  • Suggested itineraries would give you some ideas to build your own.
  • You may like to join one of the guided day-trip tours on bus (price include a guide fee and lunch) on weekends after 28 August 2021.

“Fichte” by Tobias Rehberger in Joyama (2003)

Perspectives of Longing by Esther Stocker, located on the ground floor of Matsudai Castle (photo taken in 2020).

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
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
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