TRIBE – What’s your Story?
The tribe is a source of fascination in a world where globalization and population displacement poses the crucial question of identity and belonging. Inclusion is vital to our happiness so the tribe attracts. Now, as in times past the tribe becomes a way of connecting and sharing important information and ideologies. By sharing a heritage, collective conscience, or common values the tribe embraces us and becomes a significant and recognized factor in our social fabric. Crossing the globe in search of the places where people meet, engage and form special relationships the 2015 exhibitions look back at the past and investigate the present, searching for the unique stories we all weave. Tribe asks what it means to belong and questions how we identify as individuals, both as a choice and as matter of circumstance.
|①||Guimet National Museum of Asian Arts, Photographic Collections||Last Samurais, First Photographs||TORAYA Kyoto Gallery||Detail|
|②||Lucas Foglia||A Natural Order||Yuuhisai Koudoukan||Detail|
|③||Martin Gusinde||The Spirit of the Tierra del Fuego people, Sel’knam,Yamana, Kawésqar||Kyoto City Hall open square (working)||Detail|
|④||Roger Ballen||Roger Ballen’s Shadowland 1969-2014||COMME des GARÇONS Kyoto (a) Horikawa Oike Gallery (b)||Detail|
|⑤||Francis Wolff||A Vision of Jazz: Francis Wolff and Blue Note Records||SHIMADAI GALLERY KYOTO||Detail|
|⑥||Suntag Noh||reallyGood, murder||Gallery SUGATA||Detail|
|⑦||Marc Riboud||「Alaska」 presented by CHANEL NEXUS HALL||Kondaya Genbei Kurogura||Detail|
|⑧||Yusuke Yamatani||Tsugi no yoru e||Mumeisha||Detail|
|⑨||Kimiko Yoshida||All that’s not me||Noguchi Residence, Karaku-an||Detail|
|⑩||RongRong & inri||Tsumari Story||Ryosokuin (Kenninji temple)||Detail|
|⑪||Oliver Sieber||Imaginary Club||ASPHODEL||Detail|
|⑫||Fosco Maraini||The Enchantment of the Women of the Sea — by “Museo delle Culture” of Lugano||Traditional building in Gion Shinbashi (PASS THE BATON KYOTO GION/Opening in summer 2015)||Detail|
|⑭||Baudouin Mouanda||The Sapeurs of Bacongo||Murakamijyu Building||Detail|