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Photos and Press Coverage: ‘Ilana Halperin: Geologic Intimacy (Yu no Hana)’ Scottish Exhibition and Event

Ilana Halperin: Geologic Intimacy (Yu no Hana)

SCOTTISH EXHIBITION
Friday 31 March – Saturday 29 April 2017
Peacock Visual Arts (21 Castle Street, Aberdeen AB11 5BQ Scotland)

RELATED EVENT
Artist’s Talk in conversation with Professor Tim Ingold from the Anthropology Department of the University of Aberdeen and Peacock Visual Arts’ Director Nuno Sacramento.
Saturday 1 April 2017, 3-4.30pm

IMAGE CREDIT: Fiona Stephen

To read a feature in Creative Scotland website, please click here.
To read a feature in The James Hutton Institute website, please click here.
To view more on the project, please click here.

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Leaves Without Routes: 根も葉も無い

lwr_postcard_frontWAGON is delighted to announce Leaves Without Routes: 根も葉も無い, an art exhibition featuring work by four Japanese contemporary artists – Yasunori Kawamatsu, Yuki Okumura, Nobuyuki Yamamoto and Kaori Yamashita – at Nan-Men Ting 323 (南門町三二三), a Japanese style house originally built in 1930s during the Japanese colonial period within Taipei Botanical Garden in Taiwan.

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Japanese Exhibition and Event for Ilana Halperin: Geologic Intimacy (Yu no Hana)

Wagon Flyer_Current_V.8-01The resulting exhibition of Ilana Halperin: Geologic Intimacy (Yu no Hana), which launched last Autumn, will be held in Kannawa, Beppu. Meet the artist Ilana Halperin and newly formed her geothermal sculptures.

昨年9月にスタートした「イラナ・ハルペリン:地質学的むつまじさ(湯の花)」。1年の時間をかけ生成された新しい地熱彫刻を美しい明治建築で知られる別府・鉄輪の冨士屋Gallery一也百さまにて開催します。

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Progress Report #1 – Ilana Halperin: Geologic Intimacy (Yu no Hana)

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The first on-site photo report for our ongoing project Ilana Halperin: Geologic Intimacy (Yu no Hana) by BEPPU PROJECT is now up. 今回「イラナ・ハルペリン:地質学的むつまじさ(湯の花)」プロジェクトをパートナーとしてサポートしていただいているBEPPU PROJECTさんより第一回目の現地フォトレポートが届きました。

To view the photo report #1, please click here.