Voyage – Emerging Artists Support Program Solo Exhibition of Fumi Suzuki “Miss. Arkadin”


『未来への抗議』©︎2021 FUMI SUZUKI



Saturday July 16th through Sunday September 4th, 2022 at the Sugimura Jun Museum of Art
(Shiogama City), 30 minutes east of Sendai.

10:00–17:00 (last admission 16:30)
Closed Mondays
Admission (permanent collection + special exhibition):
• Adults: 500 yen
• University / High school students: 400 yen
• Junior high school students and under: Free
• Discount for museum members and people with special needs.



The Shiogama Sugimura Jun Museum of Art is proud and delighted to present the artists featured in the 2022 edition of Voyage – our annual program supporting local emerging contemporary artists.
This year we showcase the work of two Miyagi-based artists who hail from very unique interdisciplinary backgrounds: film director, artist, and writer Fumi Suzuki and visual artist Rena Kudoh.
Under the theme of "Being Seen (Mirareru Koto)," Fumi Suzuki introduces herself and her artworks as “Miss Arkadin.” Fumi’s artworks are inspired by the intimate conversations encountered with various people, as well as her personal journey with regards to gender and identity.
Joining us for the eighth annual edition of Voyage, Fumi’s artworks are an open invitation for us to reflect about the importance of our own identities and challenge them vis-a-vis the standards set by mainstream society through the lens of gender.

Handout(Available in Japanese only)

About Fumi Suzuki
Ever since making independent films in college, Fumi Suzuki produces films and video installations. Born and currently based in Miyagi Prefecture, Fumi is a movie director, artist, and writer. She is also a film directing alumna of the Tokyo University of the Arts' Graduate School of Film and New Media, and the Film School of Tokyo in fiction-based filmmaking. She also writes film reviews as well.
For more details, please visit (Available in Japanese only)

Voyage – Emerging Artists Support Program
Solo Exhibition of Rena Kudo "Unpublic Mother and Child”

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