Artist Residency: Official list of Artists-in-Residence and Staff

Artists-in-Residence

Richard Ashrowan

Ritwik Banerji

Sebastian Branche

Kristína Chrasteková

Annie Gosfield

Zachary Kerschberg

Roger Kleier

Ivan Palacký

Jakub Samek

Bethany Lacktorin

Katherine Liberovskaya

Cristina Maldonado 

Frank Mauceri 

Phill Niblock

Christopher Williams

 

Residency Staff

Residency Director

George Cremaschi

cremaschi(at)agosto-foundation.org

Faculty

Allison Johnson

Technical Director

Petr Vrba

Residency Coordinator

Alena Ochrymčuková

ochrymcukova(at)agosto-foundation.org

Photo Exhibit: Life After the Japan Earthquake and Tsunami 2011-2014


The Agosto Foundation has partnered with co-organizers Kizuki civic association, the Mitsubishi Corporation and The Asahi Shimbun news agency to present Life After the Japan Earthquake and Tsunami 2011-2014. This exhibit commemorates the third anniversary of the Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami and documents the profound realities of the natural disaster and the efforts towards reconstruction since its occurrence. The intention of the exhibit is to encourage better understanding of the affected communities in the surrounding region of Fukushima and to foster an international community of support for future rebuilding endeavors.

The exhibit runs from March 11-25 and is hosted in the Koruna Palace Passage on Václavské náměstí 1, Prague, Czech Republic. The opening ceremony will feature shakuhachi player Osako Seizan.

Co-sponsors of the Prague event include the Japanese Embassy, JTI, FotoŠkoda, Panasonic, Koruna Palace and ShashinKosha. Three separate but parallel events by Mitsubishi Corporation and the Asahi Shimbun have been recently hosted in Taiwan and New York City`s Grand Central Terminal.

Admission is free to the public.

For further information please contact staff at info(at)agosto-foundation(dot)org.