Contemporary art from Japan, with an installation premiering in Italy.
April 17, 2016 - August 28, 2016
On April 17 the exhibition Paradoxa: Arte giapponese oggi (Paradoxa: Japanese Art Today) was inaugurated, finally bringing together five of the most representative exponents of contemporary Japanese art to Italy.
Organized by the City Museums of Udine and curated by Denis Viva, the exhibition was planned to coincide with the 18th edition of the Far East Film Festival, the largest Asian film festival in Europe, which was launched a few days later. One of the many events planned across Italy in celebration of the 150th anniversary of Italian-Japanese relations, the exhibition will run until August 28 at two locations consecutively: Piazza Libertà (which will host a special art installation project) and the city’s modern and contemporary art gallery, Casa Cavazzini.