Reborn-Art Festival

Altruism and Fluidity [ Second Term ]  August 20 (SAT) – October 2 (SUN), 2022    *Closed on August 24 (WED), September 7 (WED), 14 (WED)

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Tetsuya Umeda

Central Ishinomaki Area

Photo by Shinryo Saeki

Umeda produces installations that are inspired by and incorporate existing elements found in the environment and circumstances surrounding the exhibition space including its architectural structure. In addition to exhibitions in museums and art institutions, he has produced numerous site-specific works based on the context of both urban spaces and natural environment. Performance works are presented in Japan and abroad, such as tours inviting the audience to unfamiliar places, stage works focusing on functions found in theaters and chorus projects without center point. He is also globally renowned as a leading artist in the field of sound art. Recently he has presented performance works such as “Composite: Variations / Circle” (Kunstenfestivaldesarts 2017, Brussels, Belgium), “INTERNSHIP” (Asia Cultural Center, Gwangju, South Korea, 2016 / TPAM 2018, KAAT Kanagawa Arts Theater, Yokohama, Japan), and has taken part in numerous international exhibitions including Saitama Triennale2020 and Taiwan East Coast Land Arts Festival (Taichung, 2018). His recent solo exhibitions are “UMEDA Tetsuya in BEPPU 0 Tai” (Oita, Japan, 2020-2021) “On the origin of voices” (Fukuoka Art Museum, Fukuoka, Japan, 2019-2020) and “See, Look at Observed what Watching is” (Portland Institute for Contemporary Art, Portland, USA, 2016). 2022 Saison Fellowship.

Reference Image

  • Tetsuya Umeda
    eye of the needle
    2019
    Reborn-Art Festival 2019
    Photo by Takehiro Goto

  • Tetsuya Umeda
    Floor O
    2020
    Saitama Triennale 2020
    Photo by Ryuichi Maruo

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OUTLINE

Reborn-Art Festival 2021-22
Second Term
Altruism and Fluidity

[ Period ]

August 20 (SAT) – October 2 (SUN), 2022
*Closed on August 24 (WED),
September 7 (WED), 14 (WED)


[ Venue ]

Ishinomaki City
(Central Ishinomaki,
Memorial Park area, Watanoha),

Oshika Peninsula
(Momonoura-Oginohama, Ayukawa)

in Miyagi Prefecture



[ Viewing Times ]

Ishinomaki City area
10:00 - 17:00 (final admission at 16:30)

Oshika Peninsula area

Weekdays
10:00 - 16:00
(final admission at 15:30)

Saturdays, Sundays,
Public holidays
10:00 - 17:00
(final admission at 16:30)


*Hours may differ depending on the facility and work.


[ Organizers ]

Reborn-Art Festival Executive Committee
ap bank


[ Co-organizers ]

Miyagi Prefecture /
Ishinomaki City /
Shiogama City /
Higashimatsushima City /
Matsushima Town /
Onagawa Town /
Kahoku Shimpo Publishing Co. /
JR East-Sendai


[ Grant ]

The Agency for Cultural Affairs,
Government of Japan in the fiscal



[ Sponsors ]

EXELCO DIAMOND

[ Supporters ]

Tohoku Broadcasting Co., Ltd. /
Sendai Television Incorporated /
Miyagi Television Broadcasting Co., Ltd. /
HIGASHINIPPON BROADCASTING CO., LTD. /
Sendai FM BROADCASTING, INC.


[ Special cooperation ]



Reborn-Art Festival Ishinomaki Executive Committee


[ Cooperation ]

Ishinomaki Senshu University
FSX, Inc.

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