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PROFILE Emiko Kato is a freelance curator and Co-Director of Art Autonomy Network [AAN] is located in Yokohama, Japan. www.a-a-n.org
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Two Meetings for the Arts
Two Meetings for the Arts
March 29th (Sat) 30th (Sun): ZAIM Annex 401

March 29th (Sat) 14:00-18:00
The 1st Meeting: Open discussion on building new styles of living art archives


March 30th (Sun) 14:00-18:00
The 2nd Meeting: Presentation and open discussion for artists aiming at an international career.


Organiser: Art Autonomy Network [AAN]
In Conjunction with: Arts Commission Yokohama (15th Anniversary of the Port Opening and Creative City Headquarters)
Subsidised by Cultural Affairs; the Scheme of Staff Training for Arts and Cultural Organization in 2007
Supported by ZAIM, Yusen Air and Sea Services Co., Ltd., Virgin Atlantic Airways
Back Up by: British Council
UK-JAPAN2008 accredited event

The aim of these meetings is the bridging of Arts and Culture between U.K. and Japan through the special open discussion programme of "Two Meetings for the Arts" to be held at ZAIM, Yokohama on 29th and 30th March. We place a high priority on encouraging systems of support for new arts and on strengthening networks among alternative art organisations around the world. Matthew Poole, a member of PILOT based in London is going to discuss a new art archive project called "Live Archive", and participate in an open discussion on presentations given by new artists wanting to be more visible on an international level.

The First Meeting for building new styles of living art archives
In the first meeting, London based organization PILOT which holds Live Archives for artists and curators will join a discussion about the possibilities of art Archives. PILOT documents portfolios of artists which are often not represented in commercial galleries; Yokohama- based Art Autonomy Network [AAN] also collects portfolios of alternative art from small-scale organizations and young artists, aiming to function as a central network for these artists. Through an art archive with originality, we hope to come up with a new methodology for art support.
Speaker: Matthew Poole (PILOT)
Akira Tatehata (Director of the National Museum of Art, Osaka)

The Second Meeting for the promotion of new artists who wish to work on an international level.
The second meeting aims to broaden the opportunities of artist activities by holding a public presentation with curators and visitors, in which artists can talk about their portfolio and artwork. Artists will be able to re-identify their own artwork through other peoples' viewpoint, while also building on their presentation skills. In addition, artists will have the chance to learn more about starting an international career through constructive communication with the curators. With this meeting in ZAIM, artists can submit their new portfolio to AAN. Visitors who normally can only communicate with artists through the appreciation of their artwork can take this opportunity to talk with the artists directly, so as to have a deeper understanding of contemporary art.
Speaker: Taro Amano (Chief Curator of Yokohama Museum of Art)
Fumihiko Sumitomo (Senior Curator of Museum of Contemporary Art of Tokyo)
Special guest: Matthew Poole (PILOT)

Date: March 29th ,2008 14:00~18:00
March 30th, 2008 14:00~18:00 (18:00-20:00 party admission for 1000 yen with one drink)
Admission fee:1500yen per day (with coffee and sweets)

Venue: ZAIM Annex 401 (29th, 30th March) Address: 34 Nihon Odori, Naka-ku, Yokohama, Kanagawa 231-0021
Tel:045-222-7030, URL:http://za-im.jp
Access: 2 minutes on foot from Nihon-odori Station of Minato Mirai Line. 5 minutes on foot from Kanai Station of JR Negishi Line or Yokohama-shiei Subway Line

Call for Artists who are interested in participating in the Presentation Programme of the Portfolio Meeting, .30th March. Deadline is 14th March.
We are also offering artists the opportunity to bring their portfolios during the archive exhibition from 20th to 30th March at ACY Lounge, ZAIM For details, please contact AAN: info@a-a-n.org

ANN&PILOT Artist Archives Special Event
A special archives exhibition by AAN and PILOT will be held on the 1st floor of Main Building in the Arts Commission Yokohama (ACY). Portfolios of artists who have registered in the ACY Artist Data Bank will also be on display.

Date: 20th March - 30th March 11:00-19:00 (Open every day)
Admission Free
Venue: ACY Lounge, 1st Floor ZAIM Main building
34 Nihon Odori, Naka-ku, Yokohama, Kanagawa 231-0021
Tel:045-222-7030, URL:http://za-im.jp
Access: 2 minutes on foot from Nihon-odori Station of Minato Mirai Line.
5 minutes on foot from Kanai Station of JR Negishi Line or Yokohama-shiei Subway Line
ZAIM MAP: http://maps.google.co.jp/maps?hl=ja&tab=wl

++What is AAN?
The Art Autonomy Network [AAN] was founded in Japan in 2005 to support alternative art organizations and individuals in presenting small-scale but significant art activities in various art fields. AAN seeks to support activities that are often not represented in major institutions such as museums and commercial galleries. In fostering an art archive featuring art documentation and information materials of art organizations, AAN hopes to enhance the cultural exchanges and initiate and facilitate networks among participating organizations in both Japan and overseas. AAN encourages organizations and individuals to develop art that contributes to new progressive art environments in Japan whilst also considering the global art context. "Art Autonomy" represents a cultural movement whereby institutions organize themselves independently from established structures. AAN intends to establish a flexible network through our resources to strengthen the international exchanges among autonomous art organizations.

++What is PILOT?
PILOT, founded in 2004, is an independent not-for-profit initiative led by artists and independent curators, that provides an ongoing support network and annual large-scale international forum for emerging artists who do not have commercial representation. One hundred prominent and emerging curators, critics, artists and collectors are asked to nominate one artist who is not represented commercially. Members of PILOT consist of artists, designers, scholars from Universities, independent curators...etc. Art Fair in London Frieze and Madrid Arco and La Biennale di Venezia 2007 has been the major successful portfolio exhibitions with the participation of various parties.



Matthew Poole (PILOT, Principal Fundraising Development Coordinator)
Currently the Programme Director of Centre for Curatorial Studies, University of Essex and Associated lecturer of MA Critical Writing and Curatorial Practice, Chelsea College of Art and Design. After graduating with an MA from Northumbria University, New Castle. Poole began his career as curator or coordinator in art projects and activities. His previous positions include: Project Manager of Contemporary Art Society Projects, Curator for The Economist Building Plaza; Exhibition Programme Organiser of Gasworks Gallery, London. etc. Poole is an independent curator who is actively participating in experimental projects.

Akira Tatehata (Director of The National Museum of Art, Osaka)
Before assuming his current position in 2005, Akira Tatehata was a professor at Tama Art University, Tokyo. Specializing in the study of modern and contemporary art, he previously served for fifteen years as the Curator of The National Museum of Art, Osaka. Tatehata was the Artistic Director for the 2001 Yokohama Triennale and the Japanese Commissioner for the 1990 and 1993 La Biennale di Venezia. His overseas activities include a period as visiting scholar at Columbia University between 2002 and 2003. Also active as a poet, he was awarded the Takami Jun Prize for his work Reido no Inu in 2005 and the Rekitei New Poet Prize for Yohaku no Runner (Runners in the Margins) in 1991.

Taro Amano (Chief Curator of Yokohama Museum of Art)
Assistant Curator of Hokkaido Museum of Modern Art (Sapporo, 1982-88), and Curator of Yokohama Museum of Art, Yokohama, Japan (1988-99), and currently Chief Curator of Yokohama Museum of Art, Yokohama, Japan since 2000. Selected Exhibitions as curator at Yokohama Museum of Art and guest curator: " IDOL" (2006),"2nd Yokohama Triennale 2005" as a curator, "Nonsect Radical-Contemporary Japanese Art-" (2004), "Black Out" - Japanese Contemporary Photography (cat. 2005) at Yokohama Museum of Art.

Fumihiko Sumitomo(Senior Curator of Museum of Contemporary Art of Tokyo/Arts Initiative Tokyo(AIT))
Born in 1971. Organized exhibitions include "Out the Window"(Japan Foundation Forum, 2004/Tokyo), "Reactivity" (ICC, 2004/Tokyo), "Possible Futures: Postwar Japanese Art and Technology"(ICC, 2005/Tokyo), "Beautiful New World"(798+Guandong Art Museum, 2007/Beijing, Guangzhou). Contributed essays on contemporary artists(Rirkrit Tiravanija, Carsten Nicolai, Experimental Workshop and many others) and museum studies. Related Programme

101TOKYO
Contemporary Art Fair 2008

AAN and Pilot will participate as special guests in 101 Tokyo, the new contemporary Tokyo Art Fair . Utilizing an ex-junior high school site in Akihabara, 14 domestic and 14 international parties will participate in the galleries in this international Art Fair. AAN and Pilot will each hold exhibitions regarding Art Archives. An Archives Guide will also be available. Artwork of artists from the Portfolio Meeting in AAN will also be displayed. Date: 3rd April - 6th April 2008 Admission Free, but Entry fee for the Art Fair on 1st floor: 1000yen Organiser:101 Tokyo Contemporary Art Fair Venue:2nd floor of former Rensei High School: 6-11-14 Soto-Kanda, Chiyoda-ku Tokyo,101-0021 Access: 3 minutes on foot from Suehiro-cyo Station of Tokyo Metro, 8 minutes from JR Akihabara Station URL:www.101tokyo.com

Lecture Series ( Free entrance) at 2nd floor of former Rensei High School

4/6(Sun) 11 AM / 2F 201 room with Junko Iwabuchi, Kosuke Fujitaka(moderator)
101TOKYO Partner Presentation: PILOT LONDON & AAN Portfolio Project presentation
4/6(Sun) 2 PM / 2F 201room with Colin Guillemet, Elizabeth McAlpine, Karine Pradier, Doraine Laithier, Emiko Kato

“We will discuss how the art market influences artists work and explain how PILOT aims to give a different platform for artists to represent themselves.”

Inquiries and Information: Art Autonomy Network [AAN]
#401,1-8 Sumiyoshi-cho Naka-ku Yokohama 231-0013 JAPAN Tel&Fax:045-662-4060
E-mail: info@a-a-n.org URL:http://a-a-n.org
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