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鴻崎正武、春原直人:日経日本画大賞展 @ 上野の森美術館

2021/05/10

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Masatake Kozaki & Naoto Sunohara @ The Ueno Royal Museum

Masatake Kozaki and Naoto Sunohara will participate in the exhibition "The 8th Higashiyama Kai Memorial Nikkei Nihonga Award" at The Ueno Royal Museum, Japan. ■The 8th Higashiyama Kai Memorial Nikkei Nihonga Award Period June 1th (Tuesday) -June 6th (Sunday), 2021 Note: Please confirm the dates or open hours before your visit! Venue The Ueno Royal Museum (1-2 Ueno Park, Taito-ku, Tokyo 110-0007) Masatake Kozaki《MUGEN-Tree of Life-》2020 240.0×170.0 hemp paper, metal leaves, mineral pigments, acrylic on wooden panel Under the corona situation, Kozaki kept his creative activity at home feeling the air which move the world to a different border from the present one. He entitled his new work as MUGEN meaning “ephemeral illusion”. While he was using a composition of Rakuchu Rakugai city scape or hybrid arrangement of animals and plants, in this work he used the tall format with botanical landmark in the center where “everything is in ascension against gravity with mixture or disorder of all the animals, plants, humans or even technology in chaotic world” thus proposing a universal dream do be depicted in the current society to put stress on the same dream shared by the all the people. Naoto Sunohara《Airy Plue》 2018 200.0×600.0 Japanese paper, mineral pigments, seiboku (bluish ink) on wooden panel Sunohara was exhibited in last March in the exhibit VOCA selection throughout Japan and attract much attention nowadays. His professor Natsunosuke Mise once stated about the artwork of Sunohara as Sunohara creates paintings on the basis of Shasei with surrounding objects as motifs. His original experience can be traced in climbing up mountains in his hometown Shinshu (Nagano) area. Imagined scenery of older days acquired only through time difference between the present and past has been mixed in complex layers with the real landscape of Yamagata where he lives and works. Such process contributes to generate an almost abstract painting of “mountain itself”, where his breath is overlapped with the picture plane. We hope that you will enjoy their works together with other artist’s in the venue.

GW休廊のお知らせ

2021/04/28

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Spring holiday notice

We are very grateful to you for visiting our gallery always. The gallery will be closed as spring holiday from April 29th (Thu.) to May 5th (Wed.), 2021. Our related artists participates in several group shows here and there during our spring holiday. Please check some more events from following links. Online exhibition "Beyond the Lines" Oscar Oiwa Artists’ Breath @ Ichihara Lakeside Museum, Chiba. April 3 (Sat.) -June 27(Sun), 2021 Adel Abdessemed Yukihisa Isobe Leandro Erlich Oscar Oiwa Teppei Kaneuji Tadashi Kawamata Ayako Kuno Miyuki Takenaka Yuma Tomiyasu Michiko Nakatani Yoshitaka Nanjo Carsten Nicolai "Metamorphosis" at Gallery 82, Nagano April 23 (Fri)-May 23 (Sun), 2021 Naoto Sunohara "Apple Cycle / Cosmic Seed" at Hirosaki Museum of Contemporary Art, Aomori April 10 (Sat) -August 29 (Sun), 2021 Tatsuo Kawaguchi “Aerodream-Architecture, Design and Inflatable Structures 1950-2020” at Centre Pompidou – Metz, France January 30 - August 23, 2021 Yukihisa Isobe ART FRONT GALLERY will be opened from May 6th (Thu), The exhibition "Art Front Selection 2021 spring". We are looking forward to seeing you again at our gallery.

冨安由真: テレビ朝日『アルスくんとテクネちゃん』出演

2021/04/24

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Yuma Tomiyasu: テレビ朝日『アルスくんとテクネちゃん』出演

冨安由真が、4月29日放送のテレビ番組『アルスくんとテクネちゃん』に出演します。どうぞご注目ください。 (冨安については こちら) ■『アルスくんとテクネちゃん』 放送予定: 2021年4月29日(木)24:15~ テレビ朝日(関東ローカル) 今回放送に登場するのは、朽ち果てた廃墟のような空間へと観る人を誘い、不気味さやなつかしさを想起させる現代美術家、冨安由真さん。ソファや鹿のはく製などが置かれた空間には、同じ廃墟を映した映像が流れ、壁には部屋の一角を描いた絵画がかけられています。その入れ子構造の空間を通じて冨安さんが提示する、現実と非現実の間にある“曖昧”なものの存在とは。 ”Shadows of Wandering (ThePaintings)”2021、パネルに油彩、フレーム Art Front Selection 2021 spring展示風景

山本晶: オンライントークイベント

2021/04/22

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Aki Yamamoto: Online talk event

先日のアートフロントギャラリーでの個展も記憶に新しい山本晶が、今週末に芸術・文化の批評を行う「蜘蛛と箒」主催のオンライントークイベントに参加します。金田実生とお互いの制作について質問していきながら、「描くことのあいだ」にあるものについて語っていきます。 (山本については こちら) 蜘蛛と箒企画特別講座|金田実生/山本晶|描くことのあいだに 【詳細情報】 開催日時:2021年4月24日(土) 19:00-21:00(延長の場合は21:30) 料金:1,500円 (振込手数料別) 定員:25名※事前予約制 お申し込み方法:お名前と連絡可能なメールアドレスを明記の上 aslspbank@gmail.comにメールでのお申し込みをお願いします。 支払い方法:銀行振込もしくはPayPalになります。 オンラインで使用するアプリケーション:Zoom (photo: 山本晶 《ルート》2021、キャンバスに油彩、805 x805mm)

河口龍夫 @ 慶應義塾大学アート・センター、東京

2021/04/21

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Tatsuo Kawaguchi @ Keio University Art Center, Tokyo

The exhibit “Tatsuo Kawaguchi Non-Respiring” is currently on view at Keio University Art Center. Under the coronavirus pandemic where ordinary life is limited, the crucial issues such as life and death, non-gravity, education have been inspiring sources of nearly one hundred new artworks created last year. One may be associated with the “Blackboard Class Room” at the No-Butai, Matsudai. We appreciate very much your visit to the solo exhibit of Kawaguchi. (For available works of Ono, please visit artist page of Art Front Gallery: Click here) ■Artist Voice I: Tatsuo Kawaguchi non-respiring period: April 19, 2021~June 18, 2021 (Online reservations are required) Venue: Keio University Art Space [Located on the ground floor of Keio University South Annex] 2-15-45, Mita, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 108-8345, Japan Related events: The Symposium "Tatsuo Kawaguchi: Time Boomerang" Date: May 8th, 2021 (Sat.) 14:30 - 16:30 Speakers: Tatsuo Kawaguchi / Tomotaro Kaneko / Yohko Watanabe venue: Online (Zoom Webinar) Meeting link: https://keio-univ.zoom.us/j/85617729426?pwd=T3Z3cTlqOEFVMGUwUVUwQUZjTE5Fdz09 Password: 391261 The new exhibition series “Artist Voice” intends to host intimate exhibitions which allow us to intuit an artist’s raw voice and utterances by taking advantage of the distinguishing features of the facility as a small, standalone exhibition space. The first exhibition will focus on displaying pieces produced by Tatsuo Kawaguchi over the course of the past year, in direct response to life under the shadow of the coronavirus pandemic. It will also include related works by the artist from “SHOW-CASE project No. 4 Tatsuo Kawaguchi Gaze Breathing via Branchial Respiration,” an exhibition which was directly impacted by the onset of the pandemic last year. This event will likely present the perfect opportunity to ask questions about the very nature of “the exhibition” by considering the present moment through the lens of one such exhibition.

河口龍夫 @ 弘前れんが倉庫美術館、青森

2021/04/21

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Tatsuo Kawaguchi @ Hirosaki Museum of Contemporary Art, Japan

Tatsuo Kawaguchi is participating in the exhibition "Apple Cycle / Cosmic Seed" at Hirosaki Museum of Contemporary Art, Japan. (For available works of Kawaguchi, please visit artist page of Art Front Gallery: Click here) ■Apple Cycle / Cosmic Seed Period: 2021.4.10 (SAT) ― 8.29 (SUN) Artists: AMEMIYA Yosuke, Cerith WYN EVANS, KAWAGUCHI Tatsuo, TAKANO Aya, WADA Reijiro, Jean-Michel OTHONIEL, SASAMOTO Aki, HAN Ishu Venue: Hirosaki Museum of Contemporary Art 2-1 Yoshino-cho, Hirosaki City, Aomori, Japan 036−8188

椛田ちひろ 公開制作 @ 府中市美術館、東京

2021/04/17

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Chihiro Kabata Open Studio @ Fuchu Art Museum, Tokyo

Chihiro Kabata’s solo show is held on Fuchu Art Museum, Tokyo. (For further information about Kabata, please click here) ■Open Studio 81: Chihiro Kabata Period Saturday, April 17, 2021 to Sunday, July 11. Open Studio April: 17th and 24th May: 1st, 8th, 22nd and 29th June: 5th, 12th, 19th and 26th Display of a completion works From Sunday, June 27, Sunday, July 11. Venue : Fuchu Art Museum Open Studio (1chome-3, Asamacho, Fuchu-shi, Tokyo)

金氏徹平 @ 武蔵野美術大学、東京

2021/04/05

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Teppei Kaneuji @ Musashino Art University Museum, Tokyo

Teppei Kaneuji is participating in the exhibition "Omni-Sculptures ー The Site of Emergence" at Musashino Art University Museum. (For available works of Kaneuji, please visit artist page of Art Front Gallery: Click here) ■Omni-Sculptures ー The Site of Emergence Projects by artists who are driving forces in contemporary sculptures:Shigeo Toya, Katsura Funakoshi, Makoto Ito, Noe Aoki, Atsuhiko Misawa, Yasuyuki Nishio, Koji Tanada, Yoshihiro Suda, Motohiko Odani, Teppei Kaneuji, and Sachi Hasegawa. Through the omnidirectionality of the sculptures resulting from these eleven sculptors having their own distinctive vectors, and the layout by Hiroshi Sugito, the exhibition space as a single expressive unit indicates new possibilities in sculpture. Date April 05, 2021(Mon)〜June 20, 2021(Sun) Venue Musashino Art University Museum Atrium 1・2, Gallery 1・2 (Musashino Art University Takanodai Campus, 1-736 Ogawa-cho, Kodaira-shi, Tokyo, 187-8505) (photo: Teppei Kaneuji《S/F (Sculpture/Fiction) 》2019, Inkjet print, stainless steel, 300.0×220.0cm)

大岩オスカール:オンライン美術展

2021/04/03

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Oscar Oiwa : Online exhibition "Beyond the Lines"

Oscar Oiwa is participating in the Online exhibition "Beyond the Lines" on youtube. (For available works of Oscar, please visit artist page of Art Front Gallery: Click here) 【Beyond the Lines】 The spread of Covid-19 had a heavy impact on society worldwide, and contact between individuals has been greatly curtailed to contain the pandemic. Art museums around Japan have been affected by the situation, with institutions being forced to close their doors, and many exhibitions having to be canceled or postponed. Despite these circumstances, artists are still actively producing and exhibiting. The Japan Foundation (JF) is organizing an online exhibition by six such artists to present their new works, along with interviews, to give viewers at home the opportunity to discover and enjoy their art. Artists: Oscar OIWA KONOIKE Tomoko TANADA Koji Nerhol MATSUBARA Megumi YOKOO Tadanori

磯辺行久@ポンピドー・メッス「膨らむ建築展」

2021/03/26

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Yukihisa Isobe @ Centre Pompidou – Metz “Aerodream-Architecture, Design and Inflatable Structures 1950-2020”

Yukihisa Isobe is participating in the exhibition “Aerodream-Architecture, Design and Inflatable Structures 1950-2020” at Centre Pompidou – Metz, France. This exhibition features on the development of pneumatic structure and its derivatives, newly introduced as a material in the architecture as well as design in post-war period. It includes maquettes, drawings and photos. After the petrol crisis at the end of the 1970’s which would sound the death knell of an ideology of the use of plastics, the inflatable progressively faded away, the post-modern current juxtaposing the image of this industrial product. But since about ten years, with the appearance of more ecological new technologies, the inflatable has regained its reputation and represents an alternative for a number of architects such as Arata Isozaki or Kengo Kuma among others. Yukihisa Isobe, as early as in the sixties, tackled with this innovative pneumatic structure, and created to a huge dome for Earth Day in 1970. He had installed in New York and succeeded in acquire the green card for to get a position in Department of the Park in New York City. In this time of ecology, he created a poster for Earth Day, with the background of young Americans’ anti-war for Vietnam, AIDS or drug problems. In the exhibit of Aerodream, the poster and the video are on view from Yukihisa Isobe. The exhibit will travel to Cite de l’Architecture et Patrimoine in Paris this November after the session at Centre Pompidou Metz.

康夏奈 @ 六本木蔦屋書店、東京

2021/03/25

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Kana Kou @ ROPPONGI TSUTAYA BOOKS, Tokyo

We are pleased to announce the solo show of Kana Kou (Yoshida Kana) at ROPPONGI TSUTAYA BOOKS in Tokyo. (For available works of Kou, please visit artist page of Art Front Gallery: Click here) Kou Kana has been working based on her actual experience in the nature, climbing mountains and diving into the ocean. Her works are not merely a result of her visual experience, but memory, including the emotion she has felt through her experience, anxiety or fear, which can turn the place special for the artist. The artist called these kind of experience a "Beautiful Limit", and which also were adopted as titles of her works. Her works had a large impact in group exhibition recently held at Tokyo Metropolitan Teien Art Museum (Oct. 2020 to Jan. 2021). In the new solo exhibition of the artist "100 miles climbing" beginning from March 22, is held in two sets, showing some of her major works which have not be shown recently in public. ■ Kou Kana "100 miles climbing" Period First Term: March 22 (Mon) to April 25 (Sun), 2021 Second Term: April 27 (Tue) - May 30 (Sun), 2021 Place: ROPPONGI​ TSUTAYA BOOKS 2F BOOK GALLERY (6-11-1 Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo 106-0032 ROPPONGI HILLS Roppongi Keyakizaka Street) 【 Yoshida Kana / Kou Kana Catalogue 】 From paintings to installations, we selected more than 130 major works out of over 300 works by the artist from the early period to 2020. Introduced in chronological order to show the transformation of the artist's interest and expression. The first catalogue of the artist is scheduled to be published in April 2021. 【100 miles climbing “you are here to enjoy yourself “】​ The first half of the 100 miles climbing exhibition show mainly works from the "For the Love of Beer" series which is based on the artist's original plot about the main character Mr. Beer climbing a cliff while at the same time enjoying the process to reach the goal. The climber is doing the vertical mountain climbing seven days, while only drinking water from cactus and therefore dreaming of having a beer at the final goal. The landscape is an imaginative scenery based on the artist's own mountain climbing. The title of the first set of the exhibition “ you are here to enjoy yourself ” is a message of the artist. Overcoming the obstacle day by day, step by step to have the treat on the last day. This might be close to our recent difficult situation. [100 miles climbing “Beautiful Limit"] The term “Beautiful Limit” is made by the artist meaning the state in which one's limitation and consciousness expands due to panic, entailed by fear or surprise, at the moment encountering nature beyond recognition. The artist's whole working process was to expand this Beautiful Limit. Her direct experience of the nature was always there before the works, and the works were the result of reconstruction based on the experience. The second half of the exhibition introduces works with impressive green landscapes. While the first half is about the struggle of human kind in the large nature, the second will be about the harmony with the nature. We are able to feel the artist's view toward the richness of the nature.

田中信太郎 : STEPS AHEAD @ アーティゾン美術館

2021/03/17

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Shintaro Tanaka : STEPS AHEAD @ Artizon Museum in Tokyo

Current exhibition at Artizon Museum in Tokyo "STEPS AHEAD: Recent Acquisitions" (2.13-9.5, 2021) introduces 201 works from Cubism, abstract expressionism to the collection of drawings by Henri Matisse, including 92 new acquisitions being exhibited for the first time, and 87 works from the collection of portrait photographs of the artists. Among the new acquisitions, to be noted are the works of Shintaro Tanaka, which were exhibited last year at Art Front Gallery. Tanaka has fostered a long relationship with the Ishibashi Foundation organizing the Artizon Museum, and we would like to introduce it. Yasuhide Shimbata, the curator of this exhibition, presented the highlights of this exhibit, especially focusing on newly acquired works of Shintaro Tanaka, as well as on the approach by the museum on collecting and presenting "contemporary art" of the respective period for the museum. (photo: Installation view of “STEPS AHEAD: Recent Acquisitions”(Kuramata/Tanaka Section) photo by Keizo Kioku, courtesy of Artizon Museum)

春原直人:VOCA展 @ 上野の森美術館

2021/03/17

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Naoto Sunohara @ The Ueno Royal Museum

Naoto Sunohara is participating in the group exhibition "VOCA 2021" at The Ueno Royal Museum. (For available works of Sunohara, please visit artist page of Art Front Gallery: Click here) Usually the artist is selected through nomination by a single curator, whereas Sunohara has been nominated by both Mayumi Kiuchi at Nagano Prefectural Shinano Art Museum and Aya Takada at Birdoflugas. We appreciate your kind visit to the exhibit to support the activity of Sunohara, a young promised talent. Works of Sunohara are also on view at Art Fair Tokyo from March 19-21 at booth G098. Please take a look on this show as well. ■VOCA 2021 the Vision Of Contemporary Art Venue: The Ueno Royal Museum (1-2, Ueno Koen, Taito-Ku, Tokyo) Date: 2021.3.12(Fri.)-30(Tue.) The exhibit VOCA has been organized since 1994 every year in the field of two-dimensional artwork in contemporary art, in order to support the young talent in international perspective. The selection is executed through nomination by museum curators, researchers, art journalists: they nominate one artist (or one unit of artists) and all the nominated artists will be exhibited in the exhibition, thus introducing and revealing unknown talent throughout Japan.

[再び!] 浅見貴子 @ 中村屋サロン美術館、新宿

2021/03/03

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Takako Azami @ Nakamuraya Salon Museum of Art 2021

Takako Azami’s solo exhibition is held on Nakamuraya Salon Museum of Art, Tokyo. (For available works of Azami, please visit artist page of Art Front Gallery: Click here) ■Takako Azami’s solo exhibition Period: March 3rd (Wed.) -April 11th (Sun.), 2021 Venue: Nakamuraya Salon Museum of Art Exhibition Room 1.2 3F Shinjuku Nakamuraya Building, 3-26-13 Shinjuku, Shinjuku City, Tokyo https://www.nakamuraya.co.jp/museum/exhibitions/ Gallery talk:2021.3/3(水)AM10:30~ Special artist talk: March 5th (Fri.), 2021 AM10:30~ (photo: "Plum Tree 1907" 2019_Sumi ink, resinous glue on hemp paper, 2030 x 2650mm)

阪本トクロウ、久野彩子 @ 練馬区立美術館

2021/02/28

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Tokuro Sakamoto and Ayako Kuno @ Nerima Art Museum, Tokyo

Tokuro Sakamoto and Ayako Kuno are participating the exhibition “Paintings of Electrical Wire” at Nerima Art Museum. (For available works of artists, please visit artist page of Art Front Gallery: Click here) Current exhibit “Paintings of Electrical Wire” at Nerima Art Museum, Tokyo features the artworks depicting electrical wire and utility poles. Yosuke Katou, curator of this show, has long fostered this unique idea based on the landscape paintings where these utilities coexist with the main Mt. Fuji. He also follow the landscape with electrical wire today, to present Tokuro Sakamoto and Ayako Kuno. Sakamoto concentrates on the pure representation of the wires in the sky. Kuno has created an installation of “skytree” symbolizes proliferating elements of newly appearing city, which synchronizes the increase of electric wire. Please visit the exhibit collecting about 150 artworks through April 18. ■Paintings of Electrical Wire 2021.02.28(Sun.)~ 2021.04.18(Sun.) Nerima Art Museum(1-36-16 Nukui, Nerima City, Tokyo) https://www.neribun.or.jp/event/detail_m.cgi?id=202012111607684505 Ayako Kuno "35°42′36″N,139°48′39″E (Skytree)"(detail) (Main image: Tokuro Sakamoto "breath" 2012, 140x140mm)

角文平 @ 旧日本銀行広島支店

2021/02/20

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Bunpei Kado @ Former Bank of Japan Hiroshima Branch

Bunpei Kado is participating in the group exhibition "どこxデザ" at Former Bank of Japan Hiroshima Branch. (For available works by Kado, please visit the artist page on Art Front Gallery webpage :Click here) ■Special exhibition Period: February 20th (Sat) -March 7th (Sun), 2021 Venue: Former Bank of Japan Hiroshima Branch (5-21 Fukuromachi, Naka-ku, Hiroshima City) Opening hours: 10: 00-17: 00 free 角 文平Bunpei Kado《Secret room》 核戦争によって人類が滅亡し、誰も立ち入らなくなった銀行の面会室。世界が終末を迎えても、ロボット掃除機だけは部屋を清潔に保ち続けようと動き続ける。小さな部屋の中で密かに繰り返される営みから、広島に原爆が投下されても大戦が終わらなかったパラレルワールドに思いを馳せることができる。

田中信太郎 @ アーティゾン美術館、東京

2021/02/14

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Shintaro Tanaka @ Artizon Museum, Tokyo

Artworks of Shintaro Tanaka are on view at current exhibit “STEP AHEAD: Recent Acquisitions” in Artizon Museum, Tokyo. (please click here for Shintaro Tanaka) STEPS AHEAD features on the Artizon Museum’s latest additions to the collection. It is composed of the sections of Cubism, of drawings by Henri Matisse, Marcel Duchamp and related artists, women artists of Abstract Expressionism, Takiguchi Shuzo and Experimental Workshop, contemporary Australian aboriginal paintings, and much more. This exhibition of 201 works, including 92 new acquisitions being exhibited for the first time, and 87 works from the collection of portrait photographs of artists provides a view of the Artizon Museum’s continuing progress in expanding the horizons of its collection. Tanaka’s works are exhibited in the 4th section “Shiro Kuramata and Shintaro Tanaka” In the sixth-floor lobby of the Artizon Museum displayed are “Glass Bench” (1986) by Shiro Kuramata, late leading designer of Japan, and “Then Music Began to Reach My Ears” (1986) by Shintaro Tanaka, plastic artist. These two influential figures in design as well as art world had fostered a close relationship between them.Kuramata’s bench as well as Tanaka’s sculpture, kept in the previous Bridgestone Building, were added to the collection of the Museum in occasion of inauguration of museum tower Kyobashi. In addition, the newly acquired works of Kuramata’s furniture, two-and-three dimensional works of Tanaka, all are introduced in this section 4. -STEPS AHEAD: Recent Acquisitions- Date: 2021.2.13-5.9 Venue: Artizon Museum (address: 1-7-2, Kyobashi, Chuoku, 1040031 Tokyo Photo: Shintaro Tanaka “韓(HAN)- in fall” 1990

金氏徹平『消しゴム山』東京・オンライン公演

2021/02/13

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Teppei Kaneuji “Eraser Mountain” in Tokyo

Teppei Kaneuji is participating the performance, “Eraser Mountain” as a scenographer this time. (For available works by Kaneuji, please visit the artist page on Art Front Gallery webpage :Click here) Theater freed from the "human yardstick," updating our vision of the world space, and language appear in unknown forms... Through theater, an activity for people, is it possible to bring forth a world in which human beings, things, and the environment surrounding them all exist in a flat relationship? The city of Rikuzentakata in Iwate Prefecture incurred immense devastation in the Great East Japan Earthquake. Earthwork construction aimed at raising the level of the ground to prevent damage from tsunami artificially altered the landscape with an amazing rapidity. Toshiki Okada's idea for creating a work that questioned the ""human yardstick"" sprang from a firsthand look at this sight. Eraser Mountain, the resulting play, was prepared in collaboration with the artist Teppei Kaneuji, who continues to expand the domain of sculpture. In space cluttered with countless items, actors build a new relationship with objects, and audiences come to see the world with a new vision. About one year has passed since the first performance of Eraser Mountain, which debuted in Kyoto in October 2019. The project, which began with theaters, has since been expanded to include various other types of space. Eraser Forest put actors into museums, which are normally space for art objects, and performance with things took another step forward. These achievements were brought into the living space of the actors in Eraser Field, which altered ways of seeing everyday scenes. Eraser Mountain has returned to the theater, and all are waiting to see what sort of landscape it will present. This is the latest edition in the Eraser series. ■“Eraser Mountain is watching” (Live Streaming) Schedule 2/13(Sat) 17:00 2/14(Sun) 14:00Archive period:23:59 the next day of each streaming day Surtitle:English/Japanese Ticket Surtitle with English / Surtitle withJapanese / No surtitle ¥1,800 (All denomination) Reservation LAWSON TICKET LIVE STREAMING https://l-tike.com/play/mevent/?mid=563763 ■chelfitsch & Teppei Kaneuji “Eraser Mountain” in Tokyo Schedule 2/11(Tue) 17:00 2/12(Fri) 12:00/17:00 2/13(Sat) 12:00★/17:00☆ 2/14(Sun) 14:00☆ ★Performances with low viewing-manner hurdles ☆Live streaming Venue OWLSPOT Theatre

原田郁 @ ICC、新宿

2021/01/24

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Iku Harada @ NTT InterCommunication Center [ICC], Tokyo

Iku Harada has been participating in the group exhibition "The Museum in the Multi-layered World" at NTT InterCommunication Center [ICC]. (For available works of Harada, please visit artist page of Art Front Gallery: Click here) ■The Museum in the Multi-layered World [Online Exhibition] Date: January 16–March 31, 2021 Venue: https://hyper.ntticc.or.jp/ [Exhibition at Real-space Venues] Date: January 23–March 14, 2021 Venue: NTT InterCommunication Center [ICC] Gallery A (Tokyo Opera City Tower 4F, 3-20-2 Nishishinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, 163-1404 Japan) Hours: 11:00am–6:00pm (Reservation is required to see the exhibition.) Closed: Mondays, Maintenance day (February 14) Artists Aguyoshi OYAIZU Saori TANIGUCHI Akihiko HARADA Iku FUJIKURA Asako YAMAUCHI Shota YAMAMOTO Yuu and TOKISATO Mitsuru Click here for details The installation view of Online Exhibition

アートブック/アートグッズ@BankART KAIKO、横浜

2021/01/17

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ART BOOK / ART GOODS @ BankART KAIKO, Yokohama

ART BOOK / ART GOODS @ BankART KAIKO Artists: Yukihisa Isobe, Leandro Erlich, Shinji Ohmaki, Bunpei Kado, Takanao Kaneko, Tatsuo Kawaguchi, Tadashi Kawamata, Kaori Tanaka, Shintaro Tanaka, Nozomi Tanaka, Rina Tanaka, TODO, Yuma Tomiyasu, Michiko Nakatani, Iku Harada Period: January 15th (Friday) -January 31st (Sunday), 2021 11:00 to 19:00 Venue: BankART KAIKO (5-57-2-1F, Kitanaka Dori, Naka-ku, Yokohama) Click here for details (image: Takanao Kaneko"Controller NSF" 257×257mm) Bunpei Kado "A memory of Wild - Bear -" 230x160x85mm Yuma Tomiyasu "Young Man (red ring)" 438x197x35mm / 2012 TODO "Zeichnung-16.Nov.2005" 337x244x25㎜

[Artists Talk ] 中谷ミチコ x 塩田千春 @ 3331 Arts Chiyoda

2021/01/15

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[Artists Talk ] Michiko Nakatani x Chiharu Shiota @ 3331 Arts Chiyoda

中谷ミチコがインタビュアーとして、ベルリンを拠点に活動するアーティスト・塩田千春さんと対談を行った様子が、現在、3331 Arts Chiyoda内にあるアキバタマビ21にて開催中の展覧会で発表されています。 アーティストとして社会と向き合い作品を生み出すという事、伝えるという事、今このコロナ禍で思う事など、アーティストとして活躍する二人のzoomによる対談の様子がご覧いただけます。ドイツでアートを学んだという共通点のある二人。その他にも共感できる点があり大変興味深い内容となっています。 トークの中には中谷が2021年秋に参加する奥能登国際芸術祭2020+(石川県珠洲市)の話も出てきますので、中谷の今後の活躍にもご期待頂ければ幸いです。 ■アキバタマビ21 特別インタビュー上映「出品作家に「今」を聞く/EWS教授に「世界」を聞く」 2021年1月15日(金)〜2月14日(日) 12:00〜19:00(金・土は20:00まで) 火曜休場入場無料 〒101-0021 東京都千代田区外神田6-11-14 3331 Arts Chiyoda 201・202 写真:(参考作品) 中谷ミチコ「根、ね」207x279mm / 紙に水彩、色鉛筆 他 / 2019 

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