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Hiroshi ussey Shiozaki “21st Century Survivalist”

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Hiroshi ussey Shiozaki “21st Century Survivalist”
at Gallery Hinoki e, F
Media: Sculpture
(2018-02-19 - 2018-02-24)

Lineup of 32 assemblages comprised of paintings, textiles and dried gourd fruit. Venue: Gallery Hinoki e




Tohoku University of Art and Design Art Walk 2018: Kazutami Yoshida “Voice”

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Tohoku University of Art and Design Art Walk 2018: Kazutami Yoshida “Voice”
at Gallery Hinoki e, F
Media: Painting
(2018-02-19 - 2018-02-24)

Kazutami Yoshida presents 15 oil paintings where he shows familiar objects in a new light by using a cut out style. Venue: Gallery Hinoki F




Tohoku University of Art and Design Art Walk 2018: Mana Akutsu - “Reverence for life”

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Tohoku University of Art and Design Art Walk 2018: Mana Akutsu - “Reverence for life”
at Gallery K
Media: Nihonga - Talks
(2018-02-19 - 2018-02-24)

Tohoku University of Art and Design Art Walk is an event sponsored by the university that supports new graduates. Through the event, students have the chance to present their work in a solo exhibition format at one of 17 galleries located throughout Ginza, Kyobashi and Nihonbashi in Tokyo. On this occasion, Gallery K will showcase the work of Japanese-style nihonga painter Mana Akutsu. Discover the beauty of life hidden in the everyday expressed energetically through the form of different animals. [Related Event] Talk Event: Considering Ways to Support Artists Date: Feb. 23 (Fri), 18:00-19:00 Speaker: Kei Tatejima (Head Curator, Sato Museum of Art) Venue: Gallery K Admission: Free *Event in Japanese







Tohoku University of Art and Design Art Walk 2018: Sayaka Ohba

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Tohoku University of Art and Design Art Walk 2018: Sayaka Ohba
at Gallery Hinoki B, C
Media: Drawing - Sculpture - Installation
(2018-02-19 - 2018-02-24)

Negotiating with both the concrete and the natural, Sayaka Ohba focuses on the moment when memories, time and space come into contact with things. Here she presents a lineup of 18 assemblages, installations and drawings. Venue: Gallery Hinoki B







Tohoku University of Art and Design Art Walk 2018: Yuko Birukawa

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Tohoku University of Art and Design Art Walk 2018: Yuko Birukawa
at Gallery Hinoki B, C
Media: Prints
(2018-02-19 - 2018-02-24)

Yuko Birukawa focuses on “the indefinite” in her practice, producing works that consciously embody that which evades the eyes but surely exists in the world. Working mainly with woodcuts, here she presents around 10 prints that explore impressions and depressions created through the application of pressure during the printing process. These are produced by rubbing Japanese paper using a hand tool known as a baren.




Tomomi Yoshioka “Easy Time”

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Tomomi Yoshioka “Easy Time”
at Ai Gallery
Media: Sculpture
(2018-02-19 - 2018-02-24)

With his works, Tomomi Yoshioka captures traces of daily life - that which escapes words and as passes through our senses.




Black & White Part 1

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Black & White Part 1
at Dazzle
Media: Illustration - Drawing
(2018-02-20 - 2018-02-25)

First installment of a two part exhibition presenting monochrome works that embody the essence of an art in their simplicity.




Natsu Yamaguchi “Colors”

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Natsu Yamaguchi “Colors”
at L'illustre Galerie Le Monde
Media: Illustration - Fashion
(2018-02-20 - 2018-02-25)

Exhibiting the work of fashion and beauty illustrator and textile artist Natsu Yamaguchi.




Tohbe Tahara Exhibition

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Tohbe Tahara Exhibition
at Sogo Yokohama Art Gallery
Media: Ceramics
(2018-02-20 - 2018-02-26)

The famed Fukawa kiln (Fukawa Hagi) has been in operation for nearly 4 centuries, while the Tahara line has a 350-year history of producing Hagi tea ware for the Mouri family, once feudal lords of the Hagi area. This exhibition presents the work of thirteenth generation Tahara ceramicist Tohbe Tahara. See how he incorporates his own ideas into the Hagi ware tradition.




Hiroyuki Yamada “Crayon”

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Hiroyuki Yamada “Crayon”
at Space Yui
Media: Illustration - Drawing
(2018-02-19 - 2018-02-28)

On this occasion artist Hiroyuki Yamada presents works in crayon, which feature patterns and landscapes achieved through scratching techniques.




Haruo Kawana Exhibition

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Haruo Kawana Exhibition
at Gallery Natsuka
Media: Painting
(2018-02-19 - 2018-03-03)

Haruo Kawana presents a series of landscape paintings produced for his graduation project.




Roppongi α Art Week 2018 - Eri Ota × Misato Koyata

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Roppongi α Art Week 2018 - Eri Ota × Misato Koyata
at Hideharu Fukasaku Gallery Roppongi
Media: Painting - Prints
(2018-02-19 - 2018-03-03)

Every year, the National Art Center, Roppongi holds a joint graduation exhibition featuring the work of students from five Tokyo art universities. “Roppongi α Art Week” is an event scheduled alongside this where galleries in the surrounding Roppongi area come together to further present the work of promising young artists. In addition to organizing the usual stamp rally a new project entitled “Portfolio Review” that creates opportunities for students to sell their work to galleries will be launched. Misato Oda produces oil paintings while Eri Ota focuses on printmaking and was awarded the Grand Prize at the 6th FEI Print Award.




3331 Art Fair: Forming Constellations

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3331 Art Fair: Forming Constellations
at Art Trace Gallery
Media: Performance Art - Art Fair - Party - Talks
(2018-02-20 - 2018-03-11)

Art Trace Gallery is an artist-run gallery that was established in Ryogoku in 2004 and is participating in 3331 Art Fair for the first time this year. They have considered how to take a common interest in ‘the various relationships among artists, artworks, and societies’ to create something unique for this occasion. In the process, they landed on the concept of ‘constellation’ as a way to capture these complex, entangled, and multi-layered relationships in order to offer them comprehensive perspective. Constellations and relationships are falsely similar. Whereas relationships are sought between items (A and B and C…), constellations are states of numerous relationships in being. Like how people since ancient times have freely connected and talked about the stars in the night sky, constellations set no rules on how things should be perceived – they are open to countless routes of interpretation. And like how we see constellations because the stars are several light years away from the Earth, constellations are closely linked to the question of distance. This isn’t just limited to physical distance – it could be temporal distance when you realise something after an experience in memory, or a psychological distance between you and the experience, or an objective distance that invites you to speculate on the experience. 12 members from Art Trace Gallery will participate in the exhibition. Throughout the period they will focus on the relationships that exist in between or within each work, as well as the constellations that can be drawn overlooking the expanse of works. In doing so, they seek to draw close to the viewer and the discoveries they make, to prompt dialogue and tell stories about the different forms of constellations they see. [Artists] Yuichi Arihara, Miyuki Ichijo, Natsuki Oshiro, Ayano Sugiuchi, Sonny Square, Shinya Totsuka, Saeko Hashimoto, Kimie Baba, Haruko Handa, Masaki Hirose, Satoshi Mukai, Yoko Momose [Related Event] Masaki Hirose solo performance Date: Feb. 24 (Sat). 19:00- Venue: Art Trace Gallery Date: Mar. 11 (Sun), 15:00- Venue: gym B-12, 3331 Arts Chiyoda 2F A Piece of Paper Dates: Mar. 7 (Wed) - Mar. 11 (Sun) Venue: gym B-12, 3331 Arts Chiyoda 2F Skype Session Event Date: Mar. 4 (Sun), 19:30-22:00 Venue: Art Trace Gallery Admission: Free (no booking required) *Event in English, Japanese and German Talk Event Date: Mar. 10 (Sat), 19:00- Venue: Art Trace Gallery Speakers: Members of Double Line Admission: Free (no booking required) *Please see the official website for further details.




Tsuyoshi Anzai “Shadows Cast Shadows”

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Tsuyoshi Anzai “Shadows Cast Shadows”
at Plaza North / North Gallery
Media: Sculpture - Installation - Video and Film - Sound - Workshops
(2018-02-18 - 2018-03-11)

Tsuyoshi Anzai is an artist who produces kinetic sculptures and video works that address the relationship between people and things. Here he will exhibit works of machinery and equipment featuring daily necessities as motifs. Via dialogue with incomplete machines that cannot be fully controlled, visitors can visualize a world inaccessible through standard human-centered objects.




18th “1_WALL” Graphics Exhibition

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18th “1_WALL” Graphics Exhibition
at Guardian Garden
Media: Graphics - Talks
(2018-02-20 - 2018-03-16)

The 1_WALL Graphics Exhibition aims to discover the next generation of young graphic designers. A panel of judges chooses six finalists based on their portfolios, and each finalist is given a single wall on which to display their work at the exhibition. This year’s final judging session open to visitors will take place on Tuesday, February 27. After presentations by the finalists, the judges will hold a debate and a Grand Prix winner will be named. This winner will be given a solo exhibition in a year’s time and a prize of 200,000 yen. The six finalists for the 18th 1_WALL Graphics Exhibition are: Manami Kawamura, whose tracings depict “what she’s looking at now,” Shimizu, whose illustrations create original worlds from the toys of the 1960s and 1970s, Kobushi Tanaka, whose picture books feature a donkey as their protagonist, Naoya Hirata, who assembles imaginary “sculptures” from images taken from the internet, Thought Fukunishi, who combines his own poetry and graphics, and Monyochita Pomichi, whose works feature colorful girl characters. [Event] Judging Session Date: Feb. 27 (Tues) 18:00–21:00 Please see the official website for reservations.




Seiya Shinotsuka “Buffer”

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Seiya Shinotsuka “Buffer”
at Ando Gallery
Media: Painting - Party
(2018-02-20 - 2018-04-14)

Compelled by the earthquakes that struck his home prefecture, Kumamoto in 2016, Seiya Shinotsuka began to think about a painting’s special character. A painting can commemorate images of horrific events disturbing to our eyes, seen in Picasso’s “Guernica,” for example, and Goya’s “The Third of May 1808.” Using this special character of a painting, Shinotsuka felt, he might be able to convey important, disturbing images and historical events to people of future generations. Until now, Shinotsuka has portrayed the landscapes, rocks, and trees of Kumamoto in semi-abstract paintings, based on his own experiences and memories. His works this time, however, do not recreate personal experiences but depict historical events. Still, he does not display facts as they are. Rather, he uses cows and meaty objects as motifs evoking events by association. These he depicts figuratively while referring to photographs in a manner different from before. His subject, if a cow, can be clearly perceived as a cow by anyone. The title “Buffer” implies the softening or easing of a shock. By deploying his paintings as buffer material, Shinotsuka now desires to communicate incidents and situations that should be remembered and passed on in the future. This exhibition, Shinotsuka’s first in two years, presents more than 12 new works. Born in Kumamoto prefecture in 1970, Shinotsuka graduated from Tama Art University with a Bachelor’s degree in Japanese Painting. His chief exhibitions to date include: “MOT Annual 2006: No Border” (Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo, 2006), “Picnic or Recurrent Migration” (Contemporary Art Museum Kumamoto, 2008), and “Grasslands” (Tsunagi Art Museum, 2014).