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Tomokazu Matsuyama : "The Future Is All Bright" Fery Norris Gallery

Tomokazu Matsuyama’s solo exhibition “The Future is All Bright” will be held at Frey Norris Gallery, San Fransisco, CA

There will be a panel discussion at Frey Norris on May 5th at 3:00pm, with artist Tomokazu Matsuyama and Jagannath Panda; gallerist Peter Nagy; adjunct professor at CCA, Cristin McKnight Sethi and moderator Raman Frey.

 

TOMOKAZU MATSUYAMA
THE FUTURE IS ALWAYS BRIGHT
 

MAY 03 – JUNE 30, 2012

Ferry Norris Gallery

RECEPTION 5:00 – 8:00 PM

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    Tomokazu Matsuyama : "Thousands Regards" Katzen Art Center, American Univercity Museum

    Tomokazu Matsuyama solo exhibition is being held at Katzen Art Center in USA.

     

    Tomokazu Matsuyama
    “Thousand Regards”
    Dates : Apr 3 (Tue) – May 20 (Sun)
    Venue : Katzen Art Center, American Univercity Museum

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    Art Fair Tokyo 2012

    Takuro Someya Contemporary Art will participate in Art Fair Tokyo 2012.
    This year, We will exhibit a solo show, Masaru Iwai.
    Also, his new work produced in Cambodia is exhibited at Tokyo Wonder Site Shibuya.
    We would like to welcome you and look forward to seeing you at the venue.

     

    Art Fair Tokyo 2012
    Venue : Tokyo International Forum, B2F Exhibition Hall

    First Choice (Special preview)
    Thursday, March 29 16:00pm – 21:00pm

    Friday, March 30   11:00am – 9:00pm
    Saturday, March 31  11:00am – 8:00pm
    Sunday, April 1    10:30am – 5:00pm


    Tokyo Wonder Site
    “TWS CiR OPEN STUDIO TOKYO STORY 2011″
    Date : 2012.03.10(Sat) – 2012.04.29(Sun)
    Closed : 3/12,19,26, 4/2,9,16,23
    Time : 11:00 – 19:00

    Gallery

    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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    Tomokazu Matsuyama : "The Future Is All Bright" Fery Norris Gallery

    Tomokazu Matsuyama’s solo exhibition “The Future is All Bright” will be held at Frey Norris Gallery, San Fransisco, CA

    There will be a panel discussion at Frey Norris on May 5th at 3:00pm, with artist Tomokazu Matsuyama and Jagannath Panda; gallerist Peter Nagy; adjunct professor at CCA, Cristin McKnight Sethi and moderator Raman Frey.

     

    TOMOKAZU MATSUYAMA
    THE FUTURE IS ALWAYS BRIGHT
     

    MAY 03 – JUNE 30, 2012

    Ferry Norris Gallery

    RECEPTION 5:00 – 8:00 PM

      Artist

      Tomokazu Matsuyama : "Thousands Regards" Katzen Art Center, American Univercity Museum

      Tomokazu Matsuyama solo exhibition is being held at Katzen Art Center in USA.

       

      Tomokazu Matsuyama
      “Thousand Regards”
      Dates : Apr 3 (Tue) – May 20 (Sun)
      Venue : Katzen Art Center, American Univercity Museum

      Gallery

      Art Fair Tokyo 2012

      Takuro Someya Contemporary Art will participate in Art Fair Tokyo 2012.
      This year, We will exhibit a solo show, Masaru Iwai.
      Also, his new work produced in Cambodia is exhibited at Tokyo Wonder Site Shibuya.
      We would like to welcome you and look forward to seeing you at the venue.

       

      Art Fair Tokyo 2012
      Venue : Tokyo International Forum, B2F Exhibition Hall

      First Choice (Special preview)
      Thursday, March 29 16:00pm – 21:00pm

      Friday, March 30   11:00am – 9:00pm
      Saturday, March 31  11:00am – 8:00pm
      Sunday, April 1    10:30am – 5:00pm


      Tokyo Wonder Site
      “TWS CiR OPEN STUDIO TOKYO STORY 2011″
      Date : 2012.03.10(Sat) – 2012.04.29(Sun)
      Closed : 3/12,19,26, 4/2,9,16,23
      Time : 11:00 – 19:00

      Gallery

      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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