タグ:Setagaya art town

Setagaya Art Town 2019 Sancha de Daidogei 3 October 2019

  Sangenjaya Becomes Art Town! Sangenjaya is just five minutes away from Shibuya on the Tokyu Den-en-toshi Line. Away from the bustling city center, this town is a place where people can feel relaxed. Carrot Tower, a landmark of Setagaya, stands in front of the station. Throughout the surrounding area, shops and homes maintain the neighborhood’s friendly atmosphere. A variety of people come and go in its peaceful residential areas.Setagaya Art Town: Sancha de Daidogei is an art festival that transforms this town into a somewhat quirky ‘art town’ for two days. Beginning in 1997, local shopping streets and the Setagaya Arts...

Setagaya Art Town 2019 Cie L’Oublié(e) – Raphaëlle Boitel ”When Angels Fall” 28 August 2019

  As a leading standard-bearer of France’s thriving contemporary circus scene, Raphaëlle Boitel brings her sensational 2018 work When Angels Fall to Setagaya Public Theatre this October. In marked contrast to many other circus performers, Raphaëlle and her brother Camille — a darling of Japanese dance lovers since his sensational 2014 debut here with his acrobatic and dreamy performance in L’Immédiat — are well-known the world over for their vibrant and charismatic characters. After Raphaëlle made her stage debut at the age of 6, the siblings landed minor roles in a film where they met the Swiss actor and circus performer...

Sweden - Japan 150 years / Setagaya Art Town 2018 Cirkus Cirkör “Limits” 29 August 2018

photo by Mattias Edwall Synopsis In 2015 Cirkus Cirkör celebrated its 20th anniversary of crossing boundaries! Under the artistic leadership of Tilde Björfors, Cirkus Cirkör has consistently explored and defied limits through performances and research projects, as well as through the interactions of circus and society, audiences and participants. In light of Europe’s ever-tightening boundaries against the world beyond its borders, and the consequences that closed borders bring in their wake, Cirkus Cirkör’s voice as an advocate for crossing boundaries has grown stronger. After seeing Cirkör’s 2015 production “Borders”, the Swedish daily Dagens Nyheter’s reviewer proclaimed Cirkus Cirkör the creator...