Naoko Mabon has been invited to a talk event as part of RINKOU-KAKU PROJECT 2015.
This is an experimental and rather radical art exhibition curated by Concept Space. It showcases the very best contemporary artworks within a listed beautiful Meiji era building – Rinkou-Kaku Pavilion in Maebashi, Gunma, Japan.
For this year, work by Kenji Yanagi, Roger Ackling and Atsuo Hukuda will be exhibited, and Naoko Mabon has been invited to the related talk event on 16 May. She will be taking part in a wide-ranging art themed discussion with Atsuo Hukuda, director of Concept Space.
RINKOU-KAKU PROJECT 2015
12 – 22 May 2015
Rinkou-Kaku Pavilion (3-15 Ote, Maebashi, Gunma 371-0026 Japan)
Saturday 16 May 2015, 1-3pm, free no booking required
Naoko Mabon (freelance curator) x Atsuo Hukuda (director of Concept Space)
Sunday 17 May 2015, 2-3pm, free no booking required
Masahide Tokunaga (Saxophone)
For more information on the project, please visit Concept Space website.