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The Winners of Travel Award 2023 Announced.

2023年度ALLOTMENTトラベルアワード受賞者は、糟谷恭子さん (フランス・パリ在住)
The Winner of the Allotment Travel Award 2023 is Kyoko KASUYA. (Live and work in Paris)

2023年度ALLOTMENTトラベルアワードは、国内外から95名の作家の方々からご応募いただき、審査員の長谷川新氏、金澤韻氏による厳正な審査の結果、糟谷恭子さんに受賞が決定いたしました。糟谷恭子さんはフランス・パリを拠点に活動する映像作家。フランス公立モンペリエ高等美術学校造形美術修士課程卒業後、社会学的また歴史学的な主題を扱う映像や写真作品を通して既存の見解に疑問を投げかけ、物事の見方を変えながら、我々がこれまで経験してきた事柄にアプローチしています。国籍やバックグラウンドを超えた普遍的な見解を示しつつ、より多くの人々と共有することで、自身の日本人としてのアイデンティティを見つめ直そうとしています。主な展覧会に2014年、個展〈Stalker〉パリ第8大学ギャラリー(サン・ドニ・フランス), 2017年、個展〈La Zone〉La Conciergerie Art contemporain La Motte-Servolex (シャンベリー・フランス), 2020年、 映画フェスティバルMosaic World Film Festival Narrative Short Film Showcase #2 official selection 2020 (ロックフォード・アメリカ)などに参加しています。

Travel Award 2023ページで詳細を見る

The Allotment Travel Award winner 2023 is Kyoko KASUYA. She was selected from the 95 Travel Award applicants we received this year. The judgment committee was held on the 15th April in Tokyo and the panel of judges were Arata HASEGAWA and Kodama KANAZAWA. Kyoko KASUYA (B.1980) is a Japanese visual artist and filmmaker based in Paris, France. She studied Fine Arts at l’École Supérieure des Beaux-Arts Montpellier (Mo.co.) in Montpellier, France. She is trying to reconsider her Japanese identity. Through the works of film and photography with sociological and historical subjects, lead to the questioning of our existing views, to change our perspective, and exceed their nationality and background for what we have experienced so far.
Exhibition: 2014 Solo exhibition〈Stalker〉Université Paris 8 Gallery, Saint-Denis, France, 2017 Solo exhibition 〈La Zone La Conciergerie〉Art contemporain La Motte-Servolex (Chambéry, France), 2020 Mosaic World Film Festival Narrative Short Film Showcase #2 official selection 2020 (Rock Ford, USA) etc.

Kyoko KASUYA intends to utilize The Travel Award by visiting Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. Where she wants to explore new ways of expression and pursue a universal approach that transcends cultures.

Find more details on Travel Award 2023 page

1|スクリーニング「Listen to the Voices of the Sea きけわだつみのこえ」Wiels Art Book Fair SPECIAL EVENTS、 WIELSコンテンポラリーアートセンター ブリュッセル・ベルギー/ 2019
2|「Silence Bleu 沈黙の海」14’03”/ 2022
3| 個展 「Stalker 」Galerie de l’Université Paris VIII Vincennes /パリ第8大学/サン・ドニ・フランス/2014
© 糟谷恭子


Travel Awards 2014

Calling for the Young Japanese Artist Allotment Travel Awards 2014!
Deadline: September 21, 2014 (Sun)


受付開始:2014年 5月5日(月)
締め切り:2014年 9月21日(日)
助成金額:20万円 一名


森田浩彰氏(もりた ひろあき) |アーティスト
住友文彦氏 (すみとも ふみひこ) |キュレーター




Launching the New Allotment website!

We are very happy to launch the brand new website for the Allotment!
This includes newly opened Project page which aggregates the activities of the past exhibitions and events. Also please note our Artist Archive page continuse to enhance each year. We hope you can get to know more about the Allotment in this opportunity and join us and support talented artist. Tell your friends about the Allotment! And if you have any questions or comments please email us from the contacts.



2013 New Talents for the Allotment Artists Archive

We are proud to announce the artists of 2013 Allotment artists archive.
Six brand new talents have been selected by the judges: Fumihiko Sumitomo and Naofumi Maruyama.

厚地朋子 (Tomoko ATUCHI) / 京都府   
川田淳 (Jun KAWADA) / 埼玉県
白木麻子 (Asako SHIROKI) / 東京都   
渡辺泰子 (Yasuko WATANABE) / 東京都
山内光枝 (Terue YAMAUCHI) / 福岡県  
柳井信乃 (Shino YANAI) / 神奈川県

Go to Artist Archive page



University of the Arts London (UAL) Scholarships

University of the Arts London (UAL) Scholarships!



Announcing the 2013 Travel Awards Winner!

The winner of the Allotment Travel Awards 2013 is Terue Yamauchi!
She will travel to Saisyuu Island in South Korea. This is where the origin of the Ama Women/traditional womens prime diving fishing. She will join the only womens diving fishing school for a new experience for her new work. She said; the “sea will give a sense of tension as a “creature” in human (form)….“ She needs to know what it is.

Terue Yamauchi website
Jury’s comments on Travel Award winner 2013



The First ACME Lecture in Japan – The event was held in Tokyo and Nagoya

Allotment seminar at 3331 Arts Chiyoda in Tokyo on the 1st December 2012. Jonathan Harvey/ACME Studio CEO (London) will talks about his 40 years experience and knowledge of organizing ACME studios. Also the directors of 9 leading artist spaces in Japan will introduce their program. We will think about the work environment / studio for the artist. Artists need their studio to free themselves and create great work from the everyday practice.

Click here for more details of Acme x Allotment event