Without Borders At Nagoya

Event Details

Without Borders Exhibition at Nagoya
March 12 (Sat) – April 10 (Sun), 2022 

The next leg of the Without Borders world tour is underway as over 400
pages of original artworks by over 300 artists have made their way over
to Nagoya, Japan from Kyoto. A big thank you to Izuru Mizutani –
Director of the Art and Mind Center in Nagoya for hosting this ambitious
exhibition. Also a big thank you to Masahiro Kawanaka & Art Spot Korin
in Kyoto for hosting us previously.

Artist and project organiser Heather Parnell – ‘This exhibition and what
it stands for has become more significant than ever. Freedom to connect
and share with our neighbours, without restrictions and in peace, is
fundamental to human flourishing’.

In response to the crisis unfolding in Ukraine, a special ‘Prayer for
peace’ corner will be in place at the gallery. It is a place where
artists express their intentions to pray for the safety of the Ukrainian

Over three hundred participants connected to twenty one groups around
the world have contributed to this project. Without Borders has sought
to remove barriers, create alliances, and connect with neighbours. It
has aimed to bring creative people together, to
collaborate in an international touring exhibition of works on paper – a
collection of artists pages.

At the end of this exhibition, these pages will be gathered together and
forwarded to another
venue to be dismantled and displayed, and then reassembled before moving
again to the next location. The exhibition will travel the globe and at
the end of the tour, the book will be placed in a special collections
library. The pages are also accessible here:

Without Borders has been curated by Jonathan Powell, elysium gallery
Director and Heather Parnell, artist, and co-editor of 1SSUE

For full details on Without Borders click here