Life was unthinkable before the new coronavirus epidemic, and the “New There is a movement to respond to the “New Normal”. Art is no exception, and those who work in the industry, as well as viewers and collectors, have been invited to participate in exhibitions and art fairs The upheaval caused by the corona has variously affected the way we interact with art, including the cancellation, postponement, and restriction of action of These days, the most famous galleries in Japan lead the way in paying close attention to visitors.

These days, the most famous galleries in Japan pay close attention to the visitors The new exhibition will be held at the same time. This time, the exhibition was held at Tomio Koyama Gallery, MAHO KUBOTA GALLERY and Three galleries at Mizuma Art Gallery.

Tomio Koyama Gallery will present a solo exhibition of Masahiko Kuwabara’s work, “The heavenly peach” will be held. This is the artist’s twelfth solo exhibition at the gallery, and new works will also be shown.

 Since the late 1990s, Kuwabara has been creating artworks focusing on “the changes caused by human desire for the environment we live in now”.
 Evolution, efficiency, mass production, processing, cleaning, destruction and pollution in the pursuit of product value… 60s and 70s Strange creatures, animals as pets, and various changes that accompany memories of childhood during Japan’s rapid economic growth. Works of art through the images of obscure girls and houses for sale, toys, landscapes, inserts There is.

 The title of this exhibition “heavenly peach” is like an air freshener, something that is left behind after it is over. According to Kuwabara, it is an image of the faint scent that exists in the world today. There is a sense of irony and emptiness in his work, but he never leaves it behind. He has been focusing on “the changes caused by human desire for the environment we live in now”. By doing so, I suggest that we reconsider our own attitudes toward the “new normal” world of the future.

Exhibition Outline
Name of the exhibition: “heavenly peach
Dates: 10 July (Friday) to 8 August (Saturday)

Participating Artist: Masahiko Kuwabara
Address: Tomio Koyama Gallery Roppongi (address)complex, 6-5-24 Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo 665
Business hours: 11:00-19:00
Closed: Tuesday

Contact
Web: http://tomiokoyamagallery.com/
Email: info@tomiokoyamagallery.com
SNS: https://twitter.com/tomiokoyama

MAHO KUBOTA GALLERY will hold Yuki Murai’s solo exhibition “YURAI MUKI” from July 1.

He is a full-bodied artist with an uncompromising, non-stop approach to art and a fearsome power of breakthrough in expression. Yuki Murai continues to explore her own paintings. In this exhibition, Murai’s steel practice is reflected in a series of works that go beyond the simple theory of painting and display an overwhelming amount of passion.

The exhibition features an installation of substandard works, including a large “moving painting” and a “painting with a moving object” that transcends the stereotypical discourse on “physicality” in painting, but this exhibition offers a glimpse into the inner workings of Murai, who has always faced the anarchy of existing systems and structures.

While art has ambiguous boundaries that cannot be compressed into a form, it is often The artist has been creating new forms of expression while repeatedly interacting with himself and the world. It is an important step for the viewer to have a profound encounter with Murai’s work, while being led by a flickering sense of imaginative control. You will understand the inner workings of an artist who is pioneering a new era by Apparently, there’s a lot to learn from art and artists to live in the “new normal” era.

Exhibition Outline
Exhibition Title: “Murai Yuki” Exhibition
Dates: July 1 – August 1

Participating artist: Yuki Murai
Address: MAHO KUBOTA GALLERY (Address)2-4-7 1F, Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Business hours: 12:00-19:00
Closed: Monday, Sunday and Holidays

Contact
Web: http://www.mahokubota.com
Email: info@mahokubota.com


 Artist Ai Kato’s solo exhibition will be held at Mizuma Art Gallery in Ichigaya, Tokyo, from June 24 to July 18.

 This exhibition is comprised of the “I can’t remember her face” series, which she began working on six years ago, and will be held from June 24 to July 18 at Mizuma Art Gallery in Ichigaya, Tokyo. I am. I can’t remember what I looked like when I close my eyes,” which is closely related to identity. The divergence from the face of the relationship is the trigger for a kind of documentary portrayal of the present face. This series of works, produced to preserve and confront the face of the present day, continues to be a representative work of this series. Kato has been producing the “I Can’t Remember Her Face” series with the same attitude.
 
 The title of this exhibition is a reflection of the fact that the work that was scheduled to be exhibited at Art Fair Tokyo, which was cancelled due to the corona crisis, was not shown in the exhibition. The figure placed in the corner of the room with nowhere to go seems to express the current situation, and is named By comparing his work with his current living conditions, the viewer can get a sense of what he or she is feeling. By comparing his work with his current living conditions, the viewer will be able to get a sense of what he is looking at.

Exhibition Outline
Name of the exhibition: “Hiatari No Warui Heya”
Dates: June 24 – July 18
Participating artist: Ai Kato
Address: Mizuma Art Gallery (Address)2-4-7 1F, Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Business hours: 11:00-19:00
Closed: Monday, Sunday and Holidays

Contact
Web: https://mizuma-art.co.jp/
Email: gallery@mizuma-art.co.jp

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