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Special ExhibitionThe 10th Hiroshima Art Prize Mona Hatoum

The Hiroshima Art Prize was established to convey the “Spirit of Hiroshima” – the desire for peace – to the entire world through contemporary art. Mona Hatoum (b. 1952), the award’s tenth recipient, was born in Beirut to an exiled Palestinian family. During a short visit to London in 1975, she was forced to remain in England after civil war broke out in Lebanon. Her experience of double exile as well as references to gender issues and current political conflicts are articulated in her work through the use of multiple media of performance, video, sculpture and installation.
This exhibition, Hatoum’s first comprehensive solo show in Japan, includes a selection of her most important work as well as new pieces made specifically for Hiroshima.

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Video Art Program[The 57th Program] Cécile Hartmann

Dubai rapidly developed as the economic hub of the Middle East, and skyscrapers and vast shopping malls rose at a dizzying pace. Cécile Altmann visited the city in the immediate aftermath of the 2008 global financial meltdown, and filmed in the city, where huge construction projects had been suspended.

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