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25 Years of VOCA: All VOCA Awards

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25 Years of VOCA: All VOCA Awards
at Dai-ichi Life Gallery (Ginza, Marunouchi area)
(2018-03-01 - 2018-04-27)

VOCA is a highly regarded award that has been running for a quarter of a century, putting the spotlight on the work of young leading talents in the art world. This exhibition celebrating 25 years of VOCA will present works from the Dai-ichi Life collection that have won awards over the years. [Exhibition Times] Lobby: 8:00-20:00 Gallery: 12:00-17:00 *Please see the official website for further details




Motoharu Iijima vs. Uso Fujishiro “Nameraka”

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Motoharu Iijima vs. Uso Fujishiro “Nameraka”
at Tataraba (Tokyo: Others area)
(2018-04-20 - 2018-04-28)

Motoharu Iijima and Uso Fujishiro are artists and collectors always searching for the most eccentric creators at the far edges of contemporary art. Here they feature a selection of works by themselves and a few of their favorite artists.




Young Artist Exhibition 2018

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Young Artist Exhibition 2018
at Eukaryote (Omotesando, Aoyama area)
(2018-03-30 - 2018-04-29)

With this show Eukaryote renews the former Sezon Art Gallery’s commitment to supporting art university students with an annual exhibition. Filling the third floor are works by Gensho Sugawara, Naho Taoka, Chikai Hori, Hiroaki Yoshida. Sugawara depicts young people in transformations of anonymity that evoke a sense of the present; Yoshida considers possible and impossible futures in lineages from ancient sculptures to bodies of the future; Taoka explores borders in carefully calculated paintings incorporating illustration through a process originating with a single image; In a creative act with similar roots, Hori highlights the concept of “faintness” in painting-generated images. See how these four young artists of the digital age take similar and unique approaches to our obscure and expanding realities.