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[July Exhibition ]MoMo, Banbinart, Eukaryote

 After being closed due to the effects of the new coronavirus, museums and galleries are starting to reopen their doors. Here are three exhibitions you should see in July.

 Gallery MoMo in Ryogoku, Tokyo, will host a group show of 25 artists, mostly from the gallery, from June 6 (Sat) to August 8 (Sat).

 After reflecting on the time when the gallery was closed in Corona, and rethinking the way the gallery was supposed to be run, they decided to create Entitled “Rethinking”, the exhibition introduces new works by gallery artists such as Masumi Sakamoto and Tokuro Sakamoto. It is hard to imagine that life in the new normal world will continue to have a significant impact on artists in the future. However, this exhibition will sequentially show hot works by each artist, including works created before the new corona. The exhibition will be on display. The exhibition will be changed during the period, 6/6 – 6/27, 6/30 – 7/18 and 7/21 – 8/8. Note that the participating artists are different.

Exhibition Outline
Exhibition Title: “Rethinking|Reflection
Dates: 6 June (Saturday) to 8 August (Saturday), 2020
Participating Artists: June 6(Sat) – June 27(Sat): Yosuke Kobashi, Katsumi Hayakawa, Kotori Kawashima, Miwa Ishiba, Shoko Fujimori, Ryoya Okubo, Eisuke Sato
Tuesday 30 June – Saturday 18 July: Mizuho Ikeda, Tomoki Furuhata, Kazuka Yoshida, Shinnosuke Yoshida, Yoshiko Fukushima, J-Moon, Masumi Sakamoto, Masahiro Masuda, Shunsuke Taira *The exhibiting artists are subject to change.
July 21(Tue) – August 8(Sat) Tokurou Sakamoto, Kimiko Muroi, Mitsuki Shigeta, Ryoko Takahashi, Ryuta Otake, Yuu Ichino, Motoki Hitomi, Akito Nakai, Ayano Kaeba *The exhibiting artists are subject to change.
Address: Gallery MoMo (Address) 1-7-15 Kamesawa, Sumida-ku, Tokyo
Business hours: 12:00-19:00
Closed: Tuesday

Contact
Web : www.gallery-momo.com
Email : info@gallery-momo.com
SNS: https://twitter.com/GalleryMoMo

 Bambinart Gallery in Kanda, Japan, from Saturday, July 11 to Sunday, July 26, 2020. Satoshi Hori’s solo exhibition “Gaze Mask” will be held at the “Gaze Mask” at the Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music. This is the second solo exhibition of Hori, who is currently enrolled in the oil painting course at Tokyo University of the Arts.

 In this exhibition, Hori’s work, as a result of the process of “the world gazing at each other, approaching each other, and then colliding,” will be presented in the form of the impact of the collision. Born “Masks of Me and the World” paintings will be presented. Ten new works by young artists will be presented.

Exhibition Outline
Name of the exhibition: “The Mask of the Gaze
Dates: Saturday, July 11, 2020 – Sunday, July 26, 2020
Participating Artist: Satoshi Hori
Venue: Bambinart Gallery
(Address) 3331 B107 Arts Chiyoda, 6-11-14 Sotokanda, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
Business hours: 12:00-19:00
Closed: Monday, Tuesday

Contact
Web: http://bambinart.jp/
Email: info@gallery-momo.com
SNS: https://twitter.com/bambinart

 From June 26 to July 17, Eucario will hold a solo exhibition by Futoshi Hatayama entitled The event will be held on two floors and will cover all of Hatayama’s work up to the present. becomes.

 The artist’s work, such as The Place of Being, which won the Excellence Award at the First CAF Awards in 2014 along with the Kohei Nawa Award The series of white-based paintings, which began his career as an artist, is based on Hatayama’s experience of confronting trees. This is the most popular series of works in the world. This exhibition is a return to the original point of view where we are confronted with the inner nature of our perceptions. Excludes colors.

 In addition to the new works, the second floor features “Weather Map,” which depicts multiple worlds in a bird’s eye view based on the accumulation of brushstrokes that he has been working on for the past few years, and “Language of Plants and Trees,” a newly developed work.

Exhibition Outline
Exhibition Title: “Elementary Perception
Dates: June 26 (Friday) to July 17 (Friday), 2020
There will be no opening reception to prevent the spread of the new virus.
Participating artist: Futoshi Hatayama
Venue: EUKARYOTE 1F-2F
(3-41-3 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, Japan)
10 minutes walk from Gaienmae Station on the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line
Business hours: 12:00-19:00
Closed: Monday

Contact
Web: http://eukaryote.jp/
Email : contact@eukaryote.jp
Twitter : https://twitter.com/eukaryote

Shinzo Okuokahttps://www.tricera.net/
Born in 1992 in Tokyo, Japan. After studying Indian philosophy at university, he worked at a publishing company as a deputy editor of an art magazine and a shrine magazine, where he was involved in planning and editing magazines and books. 2019 he joined TRiCERA, a start-up company, where he was in charge of developing Japan's first cross-border e-commerce site specializing in contemporary art, managing artists, and launching the company's own on-demand media. He is also in charge of developing Japan's first cross-border e-commerce site specializing in contemporary art, managing artists, and launching the company's own owned media. He is a fast writer, and when he was working for a magazine, he was able to write 150 pages in a month by himself.

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