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artit14coverArt dances? A new departure for the Yokohama Triennale

The Yokohama Triennale 2008 is to be held in September. This Triennale, the third, is notable for the number of performance-based artists and dancers taking part. Offering the power of raw, unvarnished art - the evanescence, the thrill of that which happens "just once for all time" - what better opportunity to ponder the relationship between art that is "displayed" and art that is "performed". Art dances, and one hopes, progresses!

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Art dances? A new departure for the Yokohama Triennale

Interview with Teshigawara Saburo
Interview with Douglas Gordon
Interview with Cao Fei
Conversation between Otomo Yoshihide and Takamine Tadasu
Exploring time-based exhibition: Il Tempo del Postino
Conversation among Hans Ulrich Obrist, Philippe Parreno and Alex Poots
Yokohama Triennale 2008 and the Japanese dance scene by Norikoshi Takao
Biennales and Triennales in the Asia-Pacific by Roger McDonald
Who's Who at the Yokohama Triennale 2008 II
Yokohama Triennale 2008 associated and satellite events

Tsumura Kosuke: Fantasy Mode to Order 14

Client: Yanagi Miwa

Curators on the Move 10 from Hou Hanru to Hans Ulrich Obrist

In-between, and in small numbers

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Exhibition, book, DVD reviews / Shiriagari Kotobuki's Unsolicited Proposals / In the city - Diary of a Roppongi flaneur / Vivienne's Party Book / In the Next + Back Issues

Correction: La Marea Yokohama was listed in the "Yokohama Triennale
2008 associated and satellite events" (p. 86) and on the Yokohama Culture
Map (p. 8 D-1) as scheduled for 10.2-4. The dates however are still to be
determined. Please check the kyunasaka website for further info
(http://kyunasaka.jp/). We apologize to our readers and the venue for the
misinformation.