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Satoru Tamura : "A" Machine TSCA


NEW EXHIBITION

 

TSCA is pleased to announce our current ongoing exhibition by Satoru Tamura, “A” Machine.

 

Satoru Tamura, born in 1972 and presently residing in Ibaraki, began exhibiting his works in 1995. His consistent approach to art seems to suggest that he aspired to become an artist from the young age of 23 as part of his mission to reject the meaning and significance attached to worldly things. Early representative works include “Standing bears go back”, in which propeller-powered bears move backwards, and films “Eventually the washing machine will combust” and “Plastic models break into pieces”. In recent years, new exhibits showing his Weight Sculptures series and Point of Contact serieshave been garnering attention both within Japan and abroad.

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HOTEL ANTEROOM KYOTO


News: Art Work Project with HOTEL ANTEROOM KYOTO

About HOTEL ANTEROOM KYOTO
“HOTEL ANTEROOM KYOTO” is divided into two parts; a hotel for people visiting Kyoto from around the world, and apartments for those who made the city their home.
The hotel provides the guests with the comforts of gathering of friends, while also functioning as an anteroom where they can ready themselves for a trip into Kyoto’s city center.
The apartments provide a living space in which residents can enjoy an exciting lifestyle with like-minded individuals.

 

HOTEL ANTEROOM KYOTO

7Aketacho Higashi-kujo Minami-ku Japan.601-8044

TEL +81 75 681 5656 FAX +81 75 681 5655

E-Mail : info@hotel-anteroom.com

http://hotel-anteroom.com/

 

15minutes walk from JR Kyoto Station

8minutes walk from Kujo Station, Subway Karasuma Line.

(walk towards South from #4 Exit, turn right on the crossing “Karasuma-Fudanotsuji” corner and walk about 30 meters towards west, on your left)

18minutes walk to Toji-Temple

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Gallery Collection


Gallery Collection

We proudly present our current ongoing exhibit, a group show featuring several representing artists. The show features works from each artist’s most memorable series, ranging from the delicate to the dynamic, and includes pieces on display in Japan for the first time, rare works, and pieces that were requested by many to be included in the show. We invite you to come experience the diverse terrain of this exciting exhibit.

 

Gallery Collection May 7 (Sat) – May 21 (Sat), 2011 Ryuta Iida, Naoki Honjo, Tomokazu Matsuyama, Mai Yamashita + Naoto Kobayashi and Nerhol

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(Japanese) 臨時休廊のお知らせ

Sorry, this entry is only available in Japanese.

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    Nerhol : TOKYO FRONTLINE


    TSCA will participate in TOKYO FRONTLINE.

    We hope to see you there.

     

    TOKYO FRONTLINE
    Feb 17(Thu) – 20(Sun), 2011
    Artist: Nerhol
    Section: ART PROJECT SPACE
    Venue: 3331 Arts Chiyoda

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    Yoshitaka Yazu : "umbra"


    Takuro Someya Contemporary Art is pleased to announce the upcoming solo exhibition “umbra” featuring works by Yazu Yoshitaka.

    Yazu Yoshitaka was born in 1980 in Osaka and graduated from the Kyoto City University of Arts with a degree in sculpture in 2004. As one of the core members of the artist group Antenna during his student days he became involved in the various fields of project planning, film, 3D sculpture, and painting. He left Antenna in 2007 and began his solo career with the exhibition“Cosmos – Service – Home” in September of that year. Using the mediums of sculpture, painting, photography, and installation, Yazu explores the universal theme of “sensing God”, common among humans of all races and ethnicities, and experiments with the expression of “God” as it exists within the contemporary notion of common sense. Past exhibitions include “Holy and Common” (TSCA) and “THE CORONA” (Art Space Niji).

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    Satoru Tamura : "A" Machine TSCA


    NEW EXHIBITION

     

    TSCA is pleased to announce our current ongoing exhibition by Satoru Tamura, “A” Machine.

     

    Satoru Tamura, born in 1972 and presently residing in Ibaraki, began exhibiting his works in 1995. His consistent approach to art seems to suggest that he aspired to become an artist from the young age of 23 as part of his mission to reject the meaning and significance attached to worldly things. Early representative works include “Standing bears go back”, in which propeller-powered bears move backwards, and films “Eventually the washing machine will combust” and “Plastic models break into pieces”. In recent years, new exhibits showing his Weight Sculptures series and Point of Contact serieshave been garnering attention both within Japan and abroad.

    read more

    Gallery

    HOTEL ANTEROOM KYOTO


    News: Art Work Project with HOTEL ANTEROOM KYOTO

    About HOTEL ANTEROOM KYOTO
    “HOTEL ANTEROOM KYOTO” is divided into two parts; a hotel for people visiting Kyoto from around the world, and apartments for those who made the city their home.
    The hotel provides the guests with the comforts of gathering of friends, while also functioning as an anteroom where they can ready themselves for a trip into Kyoto’s city center.
    The apartments provide a living space in which residents can enjoy an exciting lifestyle with like-minded individuals.

     

    HOTEL ANTEROOM KYOTO

    7Aketacho Higashi-kujo Minami-ku Japan.601-8044

    TEL +81 75 681 5656 FAX +81 75 681 5655

    E-Mail : info@hotel-anteroom.com

    http://hotel-anteroom.com/

     

    15minutes walk from JR Kyoto Station

    8minutes walk from Kujo Station, Subway Karasuma Line.

    (walk towards South from #4 Exit, turn right on the crossing “Karasuma-Fudanotsuji” corner and walk about 30 meters towards west, on your left)

    18minutes walk to Toji-Temple

    Gallery

    Gallery Collection


    Gallery Collection

    We proudly present our current ongoing exhibit, a group show featuring several representing artists. The show features works from each artist’s most memorable series, ranging from the delicate to the dynamic, and includes pieces on display in Japan for the first time, rare works, and pieces that were requested by many to be included in the show. We invite you to come experience the diverse terrain of this exciting exhibit.

     

    Gallery Collection May 7 (Sat) – May 21 (Sat), 2011 Ryuta Iida, Naoki Honjo, Tomokazu Matsuyama, Mai Yamashita + Naoto Kobayashi and Nerhol

    Gallery

    (Japanese) 臨時休廊のお知らせ

    Sorry, this entry is only available in Japanese.

      Gallery

      Nerhol : TOKYO FRONTLINE


      TSCA will participate in TOKYO FRONTLINE.

      We hope to see you there.

       

      TOKYO FRONTLINE
      Feb 17(Thu) – 20(Sun), 2011
      Artist: Nerhol
      Section: ART PROJECT SPACE
      Venue: 3331 Arts Chiyoda

      Gallery

      Yoshitaka Yazu : "umbra"


      Takuro Someya Contemporary Art is pleased to announce the upcoming solo exhibition “umbra” featuring works by Yazu Yoshitaka.

      Yazu Yoshitaka was born in 1980 in Osaka and graduated from the Kyoto City University of Arts with a degree in sculpture in 2004. As one of the core members of the artist group Antenna during his student days he became involved in the various fields of project planning, film, 3D sculpture, and painting. He left Antenna in 2007 and began his solo career with the exhibition“Cosmos – Service – Home” in September of that year. Using the mediums of sculpture, painting, photography, and installation, Yazu explores the universal theme of “sensing God”, common among humans of all races and ethnicities, and experiments with the expression of “God” as it exists within the contemporary notion of common sense. Past exhibitions include “Holy and Common” (TSCA) and “THE CORONA” (Art Space Niji).

      read more

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