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Mai Yamashita + Naoto Kobayashi : a new book "Mai Yamashita+Naoto Kobayashi WORKS 2007-2011"


Mai Yamashita + Naoto Kobayashi has published a new book.

 

Mai Yamashita+Naoto Kobayashi WORKS 2007-2011
128×144mm(case size 187×200×25mm)
color text/ 96P
hardcover
with a case and a magnifying glass
Price : ¥4095 (tax included)
Design : Yoshihisa Tanaka
Publication : Takuro Someya Contemporary Art
Sold : Takuro Someya Contemporary Art
ISBN 978-4-9905988-00-8

 

For more information, please contact our gallery.

gallery@tsca.jp

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Mai Yamashita + Naoto Kobayashi : "The Four Souvenirs and The Book" TSCA


NEW EXHIBITION

 

Mai Yamashita / Born in 1976 in Chiba, Japan, PhD Tokyo University of The Arts

Naoto Kobayashi / Born in 1974 in Chiba, Japan, M.A. Tokyo University of The Arts

Yamashita and Kobayashi met at high school and started working together in 2000. Since moving to Germany in 2004, they have been working and living in Berlin and have traveled the world working on their projects. They have had solo exhibitions at Kunstverein Gottingen (Germany, 2011) and Kunsthalle Lingen (Germany, 2007) among others. Group shows include ARS06 at The Museum of Contemporary Art KIASMA (Helsinki, 2006); Re-imagining Asia at Haus der Kulturen der Welt (Berlin, 2008); Things That Only An Artist Can Do at MARCO- Museo de Arte Contemporanea (Vigo, Spain, 2010); Aichi Triennale 2010; and Yokohama Triennale 2011.

 

Meandering thoughts and memories form a sort of consciousness that, through the artists’ simple actions, refreshes our own thoughts as real potential. “Major League Birdwatching” is a new piece based on stereotypical images of America and the contrasting reality found through their daily life experiences.

 

Mai Yamashita + Naoto Kobayashi

The Four Souvenirs and The Book

August 6 (Sat) – September 17 (Sat), 2011

Opening reception for the artists : Saturday, 6th August, 6-8PM

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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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Rafaël Rozendaal : "TO WALK THE NIGHT" Gloria Maria Gallery


Solo Exhibition

 

Opening: Thursday, May 26, 7:00pm – 9:00pm
Gloria Maria Gallery
May 26 – July 25, 2011

Born in Amsterdam in 1980, Rozendaal has lived and held exhibitions all over the world, Los Angeles, Berlin, Tokyo and London amongst others. Rozendaal is a leading figure of computer art, he creates highly abstract interactive websites as art pieces and sells their domains as collectibles.
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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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Tomokazu Matsuyama : a symposium at NYU "THE FUTURE OF ASIA"


Tomokazu Matsuyama’s works be addressed in an art symposium at NYU.

 

theme

“THE FUTURE OF ASIA”

Artist

Mai Yamashita + Naoto Kobayashi : a new book "Mai Yamashita+Naoto Kobayashi WORKS 2007-2011"


Mai Yamashita + Naoto Kobayashi has published a new book.

 

Mai Yamashita+Naoto Kobayashi WORKS 2007-2011
128×144mm(case size 187×200×25mm)
color text/ 96P
hardcover
with a case and a magnifying glass
Price : ¥4095 (tax included)
Design : Yoshihisa Tanaka
Publication : Takuro Someya Contemporary Art
Sold : Takuro Someya Contemporary Art
ISBN 978-4-9905988-00-8

 

For more information, please contact our gallery.

gallery@tsca.jp

Gallery

Mai Yamashita + Naoto Kobayashi : "The Four Souvenirs and The Book" TSCA


NEW EXHIBITION

 

Mai Yamashita / Born in 1976 in Chiba, Japan, PhD Tokyo University of The Arts

Naoto Kobayashi / Born in 1974 in Chiba, Japan, M.A. Tokyo University of The Arts

Yamashita and Kobayashi met at high school and started working together in 2000. Since moving to Germany in 2004, they have been working and living in Berlin and have traveled the world working on their projects. They have had solo exhibitions at Kunstverein Gottingen (Germany, 2011) and Kunsthalle Lingen (Germany, 2007) among others. Group shows include ARS06 at The Museum of Contemporary Art KIASMA (Helsinki, 2006); Re-imagining Asia at Haus der Kulturen der Welt (Berlin, 2008); Things That Only An Artist Can Do at MARCO- Museo de Arte Contemporanea (Vigo, Spain, 2010); Aichi Triennale 2010; and Yokohama Triennale 2011.

 

Meandering thoughts and memories form a sort of consciousness that, through the artists’ simple actions, refreshes our own thoughts as real potential. “Major League Birdwatching” is a new piece based on stereotypical images of America and the contrasting reality found through their daily life experiences.

 

Mai Yamashita + Naoto Kobayashi

The Four Souvenirs and The Book

August 6 (Sat) – September 17 (Sat), 2011

Opening reception for the artists : Saturday, 6th August, 6-8PM

Gallery

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

Artist

Rafaël Rozendaal : "TO WALK THE NIGHT" Gloria Maria Gallery


Solo Exhibition

 

Opening: Thursday, May 26, 7:00pm – 9:00pm
Gloria Maria Gallery
May 26 – July 25, 2011

Born in Amsterdam in 1980, Rozendaal has lived and held exhibitions all over the world, Los Angeles, Berlin, Tokyo and London amongst others. Rozendaal is a leading figure of computer art, he creates highly abstract interactive websites as art pieces and sells their domains as collectibles.
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

Artist

Tomokazu Matsuyama : a symposium at NYU "THE FUTURE OF ASIA"


Tomokazu Matsuyama’s works be addressed in an art symposium at NYU.

 

theme

“THE FUTURE OF ASIA”

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