Kyoto, where its culture, heritage and hidden beauty everywhere has been inspiring the artist Alan Chan’s creativity and personal life all along. Invited by Tea Festival and Tea Ambassador Contest, Gallery 27 proudly presents Alan’s well-known video installation “KYOTO MY LOVE” featuring his iPhone photography taken in Kyoto. Along with the artwork installation, some of his Japanese tea-related collections are exhibited during the tea festival held at Ryosokuin inside Kenninji, an 800-year and the oldest Zen temple inside Gion.

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“KYOTO MY LOVE”, inspired by Japanese Noren (のれん), was exhibited at Ryosokuin inside Kenninji, an 800-year and the oldest zen temple inside Gion. Alan’s Japanese teaware collections were exhibited along with Japan’s century-old antique books on the tatami in the temple, reflecting his love for Kyoto, all about culture, traditions, and the Zen aesthetics everywhere.

“Kyoto My Love” Video Art Installation
28-30 September 2018
Ryosokuin inside Kenninji Kyoto

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