Timeline

2012 YOKOHAMA ⇄ MELBOURNE / Prue Crome
2012 YOKOHAMA ⇄ SAN DIEGO / Patrick Shields and Tim Schwartz
2013 MELBOURNE ⇄ YOKOHAMA / Risa Sato
2014 HAMBURG ⇄ YOKOHAMA / Aki Inomata

2016
An exchange program between Shanghai has been substantiated this year. The exhibition to which Lu Yang was invited was filled with impactful works. In September, the third “Directors Meeting” was held in Hamburg in which seven cites participated including the new members of Groningen (Netherland), Amman (Jordan) and Reykjavik (Iceland). In 2016, a series of “PORT JOURNEYS showcase” started for, in cooperation with overseas artists, introducing respective port cities and their creative activities whether such city is an affiliated one or not.

2017
“DIRECTORS MEETING,” a gathering of directors and artists from participating cities, was held for the fourth time, and at this time it was held in Shanghai. After that, an online meeting (scheduled to be held four times a year) has also started, creating more active exchanges.

GRONINGEN⇄YOKOHAMA
2017, Nov. 1–5
The Primitive Projector
At Zou-no-hana Terrace, Yokohama
Atritst: Jaime Ibanez

YOKOHAMA HELSINKI
2017, Dec. 15–Jan 9
WHAT IF?
Artist: Markus Kåhre
At Zou-no-hana Terrace, Yokohama
In the exhibition by artist Markus Kåhre invited from Helsinki, experiential puzzles were exhibited. At the end of March, we sent Rintaro Hara to FORUM BOX in Helsinki to hold an exhibition.

HAMBURGYOKOHAMA
2017, Dec. 16–22
SOUP – THE HAMBURG PROJECT
Artist: Miku Sato
At Frise, Hamburg
Organized by FRISE Subsidized by Hamburg Ministry of Culture
At the same time, we sent Miku Sato to Hamburg FRISE to implement the Soup Project. In March, her homecoming exhibition was also held at Zou-no-hana Terrace. After that, we plan to invite a Hamburg artist in July. Furthermore, assuming exchanges from a long-term perspective, we launched exchange programs with newly participating cities such as Taiwan (Kaohsiung) and Spain (Barcelona).