31 October – 28 November, 2020
Opening hours: 12.00-19.00
Closed on Sun, Mon, and National Holiday
We are pleased to announce the solo show of Mitsuhiro IKEDA ” dawn ” at the above period.
The work of Mitsuhiro Ikeda (b.1978) involves carefully planning out complex and inexplicable perceptual architectures and experiences and painting them in numerous layers. Each landscape is not simply a record of a place, but structurally resembles a novel imbued with the memory of a place, a tale spun through the intricate intertwining of motifs, paint, and subject matter. Scattered fragments of paint converge, fragmentarily remembered scenes are selected, and the painting completed as if skimming the top layer of a concoction. While foreseeing the ways in which things develop, he sometimes pauses to observe phenomena, at other times is swept along by the unrestrained dynamism of the paint, eventually seeking out and guiding the work to its conclusion. Each ending leads to a new beginning, with a fresh canvas and a new tale to tell. He maintains faith that endlessly repeated acts will accumulate to give the works their richness.
Light shines in, and images of objects and phenomena vaguely emerge. The outlines of shapes appear gradually, like mere premonitions, then melt into slumber again. In the outlines that coalesce and dissolve again and again, images take shape. Storytelling, imagining, thought, and more––are all processes that begin in this state between sleep and awakening. Rather than immediately rendering the contours of things clearly, I let my gaze linger on an undifferentiated mass of things, separating them out one by one and weaving them together in slumber. This process is not one of assigning or capturing definite shapes of things, but of distributing possible states of being throughout spaces.
The exhibition title dawn refers to the time when the sky grows light, but also has other meanings including “beginning” and “premonition.” At a time when the way forward is so uncertain, we will be delighted if this exhibition heralds new beginnings, like the creation stories of mythology, and sheds new light on the future. The gallery plans to present four to six new works, with a new work entitled dawn (like the exhibition as a whole) as a centerpiece. We look forward to welcoming you at the exhibition.
Tadasuke Iwanaga participates the group show “Back to the Dugout” at TALION GALLERY.
22 Feb – 22 Mar, 2020
Closed on Mon, Tue, and national holiday
Opening reception: 18:00-20:00 on 22 Feb.
For more information, please visit Back to the Dugout
We will have a pop-up stall at bazaar @shibuya hikarie court on Jan 10, 2020, and will have the limited edition table cloth and the packets of tissues by Luca Costa, the imaginary artist from Argentina. Please join us!
more info→bazaar @ shibuya hikarie COURT
We will be participating NADA MIAMI 2019.
5 -8 December, 2019
For more information→https://www.newartdealers.org/fairs/2019/miami/exhibitors/
Luca COSTA “Fijne avond”
21st – 23rd Aug, 2019
at Private studio in Amsterdam, Netherlands
For more detailed information, please contact to: email@example.com
tumblr→ Luca Costa
instagram→Luca Costa Instagram
HAGIWARA PROJECTS, KOKI ARTS, Maki Fine Arts, and Satoko Oe Contemporary are pleased to announce the establishment of Hammock, a gallery collective, and its participation in ART OSAKA.
Hammock is a gallery collective comprised of 4 contemporary art galleries based
in Tokyo (HAGIWARA PROJECTS, KOKI ARTS, Maki Fine Arts, Satoko Oe Contemporary). All 4 galleries were established during the 2010s, and by collaborating as a group, it aims to develop new potentials a primary market gallery can attain. Through participating in art fairs and curating exhibitions together, Hammock commits to promoting the awareness of and further building the market for artists in their 30s and 40s. Starting in July, 2019.
Shunsuke Imai, Shinichiro Kano, Shunsuke Kano, Evan Nesbit
07.05: 14:00-20:00 *Preview
Hotel Granvia Osaka 26F
3-1-1 Umeda, Kita-ku, Osaka
more information →ART OSAKA 2019
Opened on 13th February, 2016
1F, 3-18-8 Shirakawa, Koto, Tokyo 135-0021
Tuesday – Saturday 12.00 – 19.00
Closed on Sunday, Monday, Public holidays