GEISAI#22, as past GEISAI events has been, is for artists of 29 years old and younger and this time. And now, a new challenge, GEISAI Classic, which is for artists of 30 years old or older, is experimentally launched.
Now, Syugyo Kawakami's Solo Exhibition is being held at Hidari Zingaro.
We would like to report GEISAI#20 Awards Recipients.
Click on the photos below for a report from GEISAI#20.
Thank you so much to all of our exhibitors and visitors!
Tomorrow is the deadline date for applications to GEISAI#20, to be held on Sunday, May 5, 2014. Here we wanted to pass on a message from the editor in chief of “Bijutsu Techo”, Teiya Iwabuchi.
With the deadline for GEISAI#20 approaching in 3 days, we wanted to pass on a report from a recent meeting with Touko Nikaido regarding her live performance at GEISAI#20!
Today we received a message from one of our jurors, Toshiyuki Inoko, CEO of Team Lab.
At this time, GEISAI#20, exhibitors will now be able to purchase booths specially fit for Digital works and lighting.
This is intended for video works or installations that employ special lighting. Those booths are limited to only ten!
To emphasize the number 20 itself, we will be expanding all booths sizes by 20 cm from 180 to 200.
Today we have an update about the careers of past GEISAI award recipients.
With just a few months left before GEISAI#20 on Sunday, May 4, we would like to begin introducing exhibitors who have passed the pre-event screening
★As part of celebrations at reaching the 20th edition of GEISAI, we are bringing back Gold, Silver and Bronze prizes of old!
The artists who came in second and third in the GEISAI#19 Point Ranking System recently visited Hidari Zingaro, where the Winners' Exhibitions will be held, for a preliminary meeting.
The season for art and cultural festivals has arrived across the country.
Last week, GEISAI had a great honor of being invited as an event guest at the art fair of the Nagoya University of Arts.
We are happy to announce our first confirmed juror for GEISAI#20.
The documentary video of GEISAI#19, held on Sunday, September 22, 2013, is now available:
Here we are with the second report on GEISAI#19. This time, we will focus on the jurors.
GEISAI#19 on Sunday, September 22, 2013 has concluded with great success.
Here's the first report on the event, focusing on the event itself.
Sakurako Hamaguchi was awarded the Gold Prize at GEISAI#5 and a current participant in “GHOSTS, UNDER PANTS and STARS – A place where children can be children,” an exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo.
Today is the deadline of the application for GEISAI#19.
We would like to deliver a report on past GEISAI award recipients.
The conclusion of the application for GEISAI#19 is the day after tomorrow.
We would like to send a report on past GEISAI award recipients.
Today, we would like to send a report on past GEISAI award recipients.
EISAI#19 will be held on Monday, September 22.
As the list of exhibitors is gradually confirmed, we would like to begin introducing those artists who have passed the pre-event screening.
We have just confirmed that Gabriel Ritter, the Nancy and Tim Hanley Assistant Curator of Contemporary Art at the Dallas Museum of Art, will be participating as a juror at GEISAI#19.
We are now able to introduce you to two of our three GEISAI#19 jurors. Information below
GEISAI#18 concluded on Monday, April 29, 2013