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Narrative Woven by Autumn Art: "Gen de Art" Autumn Edition 2023

Autumn is the season when nature unfolds a vibrant tapestry of colours. In this captivating, warmth-embraced period, the "Gen de Art" Autumn Edition 2023 offers a rich tableau of artistic wonders. Immerse yourself in a kaleidoscope of artistic endeavours as you explore its pages.

Delving into the Japanese art scene, we spotlight artist Cai Guo-Qiang's solo exhibition: "Cai Guo-Qiang: Ramble in the Cosmos - From the Primeval Fireball Onward". We also present compelling interviews from Tokyo Gendai, providing a window into diverse artistic universes.

Over in Seoul, South Korea, an exhibition featuring the ceramic creations of artist Yoshitomo Nara has been unveiled. Engaging dialogues with CEO Marc Glimcher of the Pace Gallery shed light on the stories behind the exhibition and illuminate the burgeoning art scene in Tokyo.

Furthermore, the "Gen de Art" team journeyed to Art Basel in Basel, Switzerland – the revered city of arts. Here, they delved deep into the unparalleled creativity of artist Lubaina Himid.

Turning to the culinary arts, our feature on Burgundy, France, uncovers the passion and dedication of Domaine des Comtes Lafon and Domaine Ponsot, eloquently articulated for our readers.

The esteemed M.O.F. laureate, Chef Kenichiro Sekiya, speaks with fervour about his culinary ethos and his passionate culinary adventures at Joël Robuchon.

As you wrap yourself in the golden hues of autumn, we sincerely hope that the "Gen de Art" Autumn Edition 2023 becomes an integral part of your art exploration, amplifying the charm of this season. Revel in new discoveries and engage in enriching cultural dialogues this season.

*Purchase for Gen de Art print magazine is now available at TSUTAYA, Rakuten and Amazon, while digital magazine is available at FUJISAN and ISSUU in Japan.


Gen de Art

Gen de Art is a destination for living art. It is a bilingual quarterly publication, covering the latest stories in art and cultureof outstanding high-profile craftsmen from Japan and across the world. The magazine highlights key artists who are redefining the boundaries of contemporary art, winemaking, and fine dining. At Gen de Art, we focus on important conversations and ask big questions to fully embrace the nature of artistic creation and various ways of expression.


#Anne Demeester

#Cai Guo-Qiang

#The National Art Center, Tokyo

#Art Basel

#Lubaina Himid

#Callum Innes

#Paris+ Par by Art Basel

#Clément Delépine

#Tokyo Gendai

#Atsuko Ninagawa

#Hiroshi Senju

#Kukje Gallery

#Manika Nagare

#Domaine des Comtes Lafon

#Domaine Ponsot

#Rebekah Wilson-Lye

#Daniel Calvert

#Joël Robuchon

#Kenichiro Sekiya


#Olivier Chaignon

#Music in PyeongChang 2023


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