Villa Kamogawa, short for Goethe-Institut Villa Kamogawa (Japanese: ゲーテ・インスティトゥート・ヴィラ鴨川), is a German artist in residence institution in Kyoto, Japan. Established in 2011 with an opening ceremony conducted by Christian Wulff, President of Germany, it is located on the banks of the Kamo River in close vicinity to Kyoto Imperial Palace. Villa Kamogawa is the site one of the three major German arts residency programs abroad, together with Rome's Villa Massimo and Villa Aurora in Los Angeles. It hosts three groups of four artists a year. Former fellows include Doris Dörrie, Jörg Koopmann and Stefan Goldmann.
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