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HOTEL ANTEROOM KYOTO GALLERY 9.5 "TSCA Rough Consensus Motomasa Suzuki and Takahiro Kamimura Exhibition"

There will be an exhibition of Motomasa Suzuki & Takahiro Kamimura at HOTEL ANTEROOM KYOTO GALLERY 9.5 from 17 February to 20 March 2012. Motomasa Suzuki is known for his hand-carved wooden sculptures in various scales and Takahiro Kamimura’s installation will invite viewer to explore a unique dimension of new worlds. Please visit the gallery if you have chance to go to Kyoto.

 

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ART STAGE SINGAPORE


ART STAGE SINGAPORE: Motomasa Suzuki

January 11 (Wed) – January 15 (Sun), 2012
Venue : MARINA BAY SANDS
Artist : Motomasa Suzuki
Booth no. B1-03

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Masaru Iwai : "Dancing Cleansing" TSCA


NEW EXHIBITION

 

Masaru Iwai was born in 1975 in Tokyo. He completed his doctorate degree in Fine Arts at Tokyo University of the Arts in 2009. Iwai incorporates the juxtaposition of cleaning/trash into his artwork under the overarching theme of “cleaner’s high”. Using a broad array of mediums such as installation, video, and performance, he makes a display of the desire intrinsic to our daily lives to clean, and furthermore he shifts the focus by questioning that cyclical action. Iwai’s solo exhibitions include Clean up 1. 2. 3. at Art Center Ongoing in Tokyo (2009) and Cleaner’s high #1 at Otto Maintzheim Gallery in Tokyo (2008). Group exhibitions include Re:membering – Next of Japan at Alternative Space LOOP in Korea (2009) and Double Cast at Tokyo Wonder Site in Tokyo (2007).

 

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Rafaël Rozendaal : NOKIA's new CM


Rafaël Rozendaal is featured in NOKIA’s CM for new mobile.

For more information, please visit his website.

 

Introducing Nokia N9 – The Simplicity of a Swipe

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Naoki Honjo : LIGHT HOUSE Tokyo | Skåne


NEW EXHIBITION

 

Naoki Honjo

Born 1978, Tokyo. Studied media art at Tokyo Polytechnic University Faculty of Arts.
Honjo photographs landscapes and buildings in the context of communities and human intervention, presenting them as though they were phenotypes observed within nature.
He has garnered attention for his soft pictures, which he creates from a constructed layering of elements, including his preference for film, use of 4×5 large format cameras, aerial shooting, and his worldwide selection of shot locations. His photography book, small planet, received the 32nd Kimura Ihei Award, and his works are housed in collections at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.

 

The upcoming exhibition of Honjo’s works will be held at two galleries. On display at the nap gallery will be his most well-known works, aerial shots of residential neighborhoods in Skane County, Sweden. On display at TSCA will be new works alongside unpublished works from 10 years ago, shots of residential areas in Tokyo cut off from the ground. Through Honjo’s filter, sky and ground, opposite though they are, become one.

We invite you to take this opportunity to see Honjo’s work on display at the two galleries.

September 24 (Sat) – Navember 5 (Sat), 2011

Venue: Takuro Someya Contemporary Art and nap gallery

 

Opening reception for the artist : Saturday, 24 September, 6-8PM

Venue (Opening reception):Takuro Someya Contemporary Art

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Tomokazu Matsuyama : "East Weets Mest" Joshua Liner Gallery


Solo Exhibition

 

Tomokazu Matsuyama

East Weets Mest
Sep 8 – Oct 8, 2011
Joshua Liner Gallery

 

Joshua Liner Gallery is pleased to present East Weets Mest, an exhibition of new paintings and sculpture by the New York-based Japanese artist Tomokazu Matsuyama. This is the artist’s second solo exhibition at the gallery. 

Matsuyama’s wildly colorful art relocates traditional Japanese icons and imagery into a broader international mix of styles, signs, and symbols. The spoonerism of the show’s title, East Weets Mest, playfully mimics this relocation and subsequent homogenization of cultural material, which Matsuyama identifies as a key force in contemporary life. “Urban centers are becoming increasingly familiar, with their patchwork of intermingling cultural signifiers,” says the artist. “This chaotic mix has become the everyday, where traditions and local signifiers dissolve into one another to make a unique new shape of today’s culture.”
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HOTEL ANTEROOM KYOTO GALLERY 9.5 "TSCA Rough Consensus Motomasa Suzuki and Takahiro Kamimura Exhibition"

There will be an exhibition of Motomasa Suzuki & Takahiro Kamimura at HOTEL ANTEROOM KYOTO GALLERY 9.5 from 17 February to 20 March 2012. Motomasa Suzuki is known for his hand-carved wooden sculptures in various scales and Takahiro Kamimura’s installation will invite viewer to explore a unique dimension of new worlds. Please visit the gallery if you have chance to go to Kyoto.

 

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ART STAGE SINGAPORE


ART STAGE SINGAPORE: Motomasa Suzuki

January 11 (Wed) – January 15 (Sun), 2012
Venue : MARINA BAY SANDS
Artist : Motomasa Suzuki
Booth no. B1-03

Gallery

Masaru Iwai : "Dancing Cleansing" TSCA


NEW EXHIBITION

 

Masaru Iwai was born in 1975 in Tokyo. He completed his doctorate degree in Fine Arts at Tokyo University of the Arts in 2009. Iwai incorporates the juxtaposition of cleaning/trash into his artwork under the overarching theme of “cleaner’s high”. Using a broad array of mediums such as installation, video, and performance, he makes a display of the desire intrinsic to our daily lives to clean, and furthermore he shifts the focus by questioning that cyclical action. Iwai’s solo exhibitions include Clean up 1. 2. 3. at Art Center Ongoing in Tokyo (2009) and Cleaner’s high #1 at Otto Maintzheim Gallery in Tokyo (2008). Group exhibitions include Re:membering – Next of Japan at Alternative Space LOOP in Korea (2009) and Double Cast at Tokyo Wonder Site in Tokyo (2007).

 

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Rafaël Rozendaal : NOKIA's new CM


Rafaël Rozendaal is featured in NOKIA’s CM for new mobile.

For more information, please visit his website.

 

Introducing Nokia N9 – The Simplicity of a Swipe

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Naoki Honjo : LIGHT HOUSE Tokyo | Skåne


NEW EXHIBITION

 

Naoki Honjo

Born 1978, Tokyo. Studied media art at Tokyo Polytechnic University Faculty of Arts.
Honjo photographs landscapes and buildings in the context of communities and human intervention, presenting them as though they were phenotypes observed within nature.
He has garnered attention for his soft pictures, which he creates from a constructed layering of elements, including his preference for film, use of 4×5 large format cameras, aerial shooting, and his worldwide selection of shot locations. His photography book, small planet, received the 32nd Kimura Ihei Award, and his works are housed in collections at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.

 

The upcoming exhibition of Honjo’s works will be held at two galleries. On display at the nap gallery will be his most well-known works, aerial shots of residential neighborhoods in Skane County, Sweden. On display at TSCA will be new works alongside unpublished works from 10 years ago, shots of residential areas in Tokyo cut off from the ground. Through Honjo’s filter, sky and ground, opposite though they are, become one.

We invite you to take this opportunity to see Honjo’s work on display at the two galleries.

September 24 (Sat) – Navember 5 (Sat), 2011

Venue: Takuro Someya Contemporary Art and nap gallery

 

Opening reception for the artist : Saturday, 24 September, 6-8PM

Venue (Opening reception):Takuro Someya Contemporary Art

read more

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Tomokazu Matsuyama : "East Weets Mest" Joshua Liner Gallery


Solo Exhibition

 

Tomokazu Matsuyama

East Weets Mest
Sep 8 – Oct 8, 2011
Joshua Liner Gallery

 

Joshua Liner Gallery is pleased to present East Weets Mest, an exhibition of new paintings and sculpture by the New York-based Japanese artist Tomokazu Matsuyama. This is the artist’s second solo exhibition at the gallery. 

Matsuyama’s wildly colorful art relocates traditional Japanese icons and imagery into a broader international mix of styles, signs, and symbols. The spoonerism of the show’s title, East Weets Mest, playfully mimics this relocation and subsequent homogenization of cultural material, which Matsuyama identifies as a key force in contemporary life. “Urban centers are becoming increasingly familiar, with their patchwork of intermingling cultural signifiers,” says the artist. “This chaotic mix has become the everyday, where traditions and local signifiers dissolve into one another to make a unique new shape of today’s culture.”
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