Megumi Matsubara is in residence at Casa Wabi, Oaxaca, Mexico, upon invitation and with support by Fundación Casa Wabi, Residency Program 2019. Curator: Alberto Ríos de la Rosa, Paola Jasso *About Fundación Casa Wabi > http://casawabi.org
Megumi Matsubara will give a reading performance “Undress,” followed by an artist talk within her installation “Un coquelicot” showcased in the 21st DOMANI: The Art of Tomorrow exhibition at the National Art Center, Tokyo. With presence of the curator, Yoko Hayashi [Art historian / Senior researcher (Visual Arts) at the Agency for Cultural Affairs, Japan]. – « 21st DOMANI: Art of Tomorrow » Artist Talk vol.1 Artists: Megumi Matsubara, Goro Murayama Time: 11:00 – 12:00 Date: Sun, 27th Jan 2019 Place: Gallery 2E, National Art Center, Tokyo Undress / Un coquelicot, Reading & Talk by Megumi Matsubara, 21st DOMANI, National Art Center, Tokyo from Megumi Matsubara on Vimeo.
Megumi Matsubara will participate in the 21st “DOMANI: The Art of Tomorrow” exhibition showcasing nine artists selected from the past laureates of the Agency for Cultural Affairs Program of Overseas Study for Upcoming Artists. DOMANI – The Art of Tomorrow The National Art Center, Tokyo Exhibition period: Wed 23 January – Sun 3 March, 2019 Opening hours: 10:00-18:00, Closed on Tuesdays Curated by Yoko Hayashi Organized by Agency for Cultural Affairs & The National Art Center, Tokyo In cooperation with the Japan Airlines Production by Art Venture Office Shou Artists: Tsubasa KATO (2015・America) Yoi KAWAKUBO (2016・England) Noriyuki KIMURA (2016・Germany) Nobuhiro SHIMURA (2015・France) Asako SHIROKI (2015・Germany) Masahiro HASUNUMA (2016・Germany) Megumi MATSUBARA (2013・Morocco) Goro MURAYAMA (2015・Austria) Akira WADA … Continue reading
Avec le soutien chaleureux de l’association l’Art Rue, Megumi Matsubara a établi son premier pas en Tunisie. Elle était en résidence d’immersion à l’Art Rue pour découvrir et se nourrir de la médina de Tunis et plus. Elle est une bénéficiaire de la bourse de la Fonds Roberto Cimetta. > sur l’Association l’Art Rue > sur le Fonds Roberto Cimetta
Megumi Matsubara participated in Salzburg Global Seminar, and discussed the theme “Parks for the Planet – Nature and Childhood: From Research and Activism to Policies for Global Change” ~ Session 608 The Parks for the Planet Forum is a ten-year collaboration to reconnect people and nature in a urbanized world. Launched in 2015, it aims to improve human and societal wellbeing by expanding access to nature-rich urban spaces, increasing investments in urban conservation, and creating dynamic partnerships between people, cities, and protected area systems. Invited by Salzburg Global Seminar, coordinated by Program Director Dominic Regester and the team. All participants: * Karen Keenleyside [Vice Chair for People and Parks, IUCN WCPA,… Continue reading