Ufer Art Documentary takes us on a real “inside tour” of the opening of the Setouchi Triennale. Usually reserved for VIP types, and people who have some significant impact on the region, and who are keenly in touch with the inner workings of the festival, we get a cool sneak peak.


Sadly, there is not so much out there in terms of useful or practical information about the Setouchi Triennale in English, or other European languages. So I’ll do my best to keep you up to date on what to see when you come to visit, ego-free, and fractured personality-disorder-free (LOL!).

I do not pretend to be an expert on art or photography, or some kind of European connoisseur.  I’m very much a regular Canadian guy who loves this area, the people, the geography, and the kids who are growing up here. I’ll also gladly refer you to qualified sources of information about the region, the background and history of the Seto Inland Sea Islands, the art that is available to visit and experience, as well as the accommodations, restaurants, live performances, and attractions to enjoy.

So come on out to Kagawa, enjoy the Setouchi Triennale! Book your hotel or ryokan through Trip Advisor, or Booking.com. Get the guidebook for the area. Keep your Wifi on the ready, and hop on some ferries. It is going to be a great year for the Triennale!