Kyojitsu-Hiniku: Between the Skin and the Flesh of Japan

7 Sep 2018 – 23 Sep 2018

Event times

Wed, Friday-Sunday 10am-12pm, 1-5pm (Closed on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday)

Cost of entry

10 Reais; 5 Reais for students and people over 60; and admission free for people over 65

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Pavilhão Japonês

São Paulo
São Paulo, Brazil


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A group exhibition with a series of related events held at Pavilhão Japonês in Ibirapuera Park in São Paulo, Brazil, as part of the '110 Years of Japanese Immigration in Brazil' organised by Brazilian Society of Japanese Culture and Social Services (BUNKYO).


Five artists are invited to realise site-specific installations responding directly to the iconic Sukiya style building of Sutemi Horiguchi, which has symbolised the friendship between São Paulo City and the Japanese community. All works are, in a poetic/physical/conceptual sense and manner, dealing with either: national/social/personal identity of Japan; immigration; or elements that reflect immigrants’ memory or experiences.


Naoko Mabon

Exhibiting artistsToggle

Juliana Kase

Takanori Suga

Detanico Lain

Hikaru Fujii

Satoshi Hashimoto


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