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Ayako Osanai

Ayako Osanai (b. 1976, Hokkaido, Japan) studied at the Department of Architecture, Musashino Art University. While working as a freelance designer, she launched an art unit Survivart with an artist Masaru Iwai, organizing talks and exhibitions for young artists. She has also worked as an assistant curator for Fumihiko Sumitomo on exhibitions such as Point: Korea-Japan Exchanging Artists and Critics Exhibition (Alternative Space LOOP, Korea, 2008; and Kyoto Art Center, Japan, 2010), Re:Membering (Doosan Art Center, Korea, 2010), and Daegu Photo Biennale 2012 (Daegu, Korea). From February 2010 through September 2011, Osanai was a program coordinator of 3331 Arts Chiyoda (Tokyo), planning and managing exhibitions and special events. While juggling various roles such as coordinator, art director, and designer, she established Whole Hole Hall in her home, opening the space for artists’ residencies, unconventional talks, and film screenings. Since April 2012, Osanai has been an MA student in the Department of Intermedia Art, Faculty of Fine Arts at Tokyo University of the Arts, researching the possibility of recording artistic expression and storytelling.

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2013 Tokyo Curatorial Intensive Symposium

2013 Tokyo Curatorial Intensive Public Symposium: Saturday, November 2, 2013 10:00am–2:45pm Symposium 3:15–4:00pm Keynote: Michio Hayashi 4:15pm–6:00pm Panel Discussion Symposium: Free and open to the public Panel Discussion: Admission JPY 1,000 (Please reserve from Mori Art Museum’s website) Mori Art Museum Academyhills, Roppongi Hills Mori Tower 49F 6-10-1 Roppongi, Minato-Ku, Tokyo, Japan Join ICI and […]

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