The third edition of the Aichi Triennale 2016 focuses on the theme of human beings creating as they travel. More than 70 individuals and groups of artists, from all over Japan, including Okinawa and Hokkaido, and foreign regions such as Brazil, the Middle East, Asia, and Alaska, take part. While adopting a cultural anthropological perspective, the Triennial will explore the curiosity to travel and migrate along with the diverse forms of creativity that arise from such an interest. In addition to the Nagoya and Okazaki venues, where the last Triennial was held, this edition will include exhibits and events in Toyohashi. This promises to be an art festival that provides visitors with the real experience of traveling.
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