21 Feb 2018 ART FAIR TOKYO 2018 March 9(Fri.)-March 11(Sun.).,2018
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*This exhibition is a pay event. Please visit for more ticket information.

Private Preview (Invited guests only): 3/8 Thu. 14:00-16:00
Vernissage (Invited guests only): 3/8 Thu. 16:00-20:00
Public View:
3/9 Fri. 11:00-20:00
3/10 Fri. 11:00-20:00
3/11 Fri. 11:00-17:00

1DAY passport
Advance 3,000 JPY / Same-day 3,500 JPY (Including tax)
Please visit Art Fair Tokyo website for more information.

ART FAIR TOKYO, the biggest art fair in Japan, will be held at Tokyo International Forum again.
Mizoe Art Gallery presents solo exhibition of Kenpei Yunde, who expresses Japanese traditional worldview with his unique technique through oil paintings. As a special display, we will also exhibit Henri Matisse’s oil painting “Femme Auprès de la fenêtre.”
We look forward to seeing you at our booth: < N69 >

Tokyo International Forum, Hall E & Lobby Gallery
(3-5-1 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo)

Mizoe Art Gallery | Tokyo Gallery
TEL +81.3.3722.6570

【Artist’s biography】
1970 Born in Osaka, Japan.
1996 B.F.A from Osaka University of Arts.
1997 Received Nichido Art Foundation Award in Showakai Exhibition.
1995 Received the Best New Talent Award in Issuikai Exhibition. Three time Honorable Mention winner in Issuikai Exhibition.
2009 Received Sompo Japan Art Award.
2013 Received the Minister of Education Award.
Currently a member of Issuikai committee, Kensuikai committee, Japan Artists Association, and more.

31 Jan 2018 [Fukuoka]Ko MIYAZAKI Sculpture Exhibition February 17[Sat]-March 4[Sun],2018
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Lost-wax casting is a traditional technique from the ancient of producing a bronze sculpture that makes a prototype by wax directly. The impression of this kind of technique and material helps me a lot to make the decision of my products' figure. While「The real thrill of the sculpture is the strength of the mass.」I have been working on a special representation that can be lost-wax casting method. The presence of the intangibles, such as the wind or clouds, the sky or space, what are wrapped us isn't the nature of nature? What I exactly wanted to  express is the view of life in my work, while looking through the 「Intangible」that meets the space. (Ko MIYAZAKI)

This exhibition is going to present the bronze products from over 20 years ago 「Residence series」,「Plant spirit series」, new work 「Figure series」, and also 「Tuscany’s sculpture sketch」, etc..

Biography/Born in Fukuoka, 1958. Graduated from Saga University of Art course. '84~'86 Studied in Brera Academy, sculpture course, in Milan (with a scholarship of Rotary International). '87 Completed the course of graduates in sculpture area in University of Tsukuba. '92 The 2nd KAJIMA SCULPTURE COMPETITION [Encouragement Prize]. '93 Shonan Hiratsuka Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition. '94 Nippon Metal Art Designer Exhibition (Every time since '94). '00 The 2nd Sano Renaissance Casting Exhibition [Encouragement Prize]. '02 Asago Art Park Museum Sculpture Exhibition [Outstanding performance award]. '10~'11 Overseas training at Certaldo, Italy. Now, a professor of Chiba University. Solo Exhibitions are held in Japan, Italy etc..
30 Dec 2017 [LA ART SHOW 2018] Wednesday, January 10 – Sunday, January 14, 2018 – Tamie OKUYAMA Solo Exhibition –
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El misterio del sol Oil on canvas 35.8 x 45.9 in 2017

Memory of the cloud '17-10 Rencois Oil on canvas 38.2 x 57.3 in 2017

Wednesday, January 10, 2018
Vanguard Entrance 7pm – 8pm
Patron Reception 7pm – 11pm
Opening Night Premiere Party 8pm – 11pm

Wednesday, January 10, 2018, 6pm – 7pm

Wednesday, January 10, 2018, 7pm – 11pm
Thursday, January 11, 2018, 11am – 7pm
Friday, January 12, 2018, 11am – 7pm
Saturday, January 13, 2018, 11am – 7pm
Sunday, January 14, 2018, 11am – 5pm

Venue: Los Angeles Convention Center, South Hall J-M3 (1201 S Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA 90015 USA)
Booth#: 4028

We invite you to visit Mizoe Art Gallery at LA ART SHOW 2018: one of the world’s largest and longest running art fairs. For our third time participating in the Show, we will proudly present, once again, one of our favorite artists and Yasui Award winner, Tamie Okuyama. Okuyama paints clouds, the ocean and the sun. In her distinctive style, she starts from the viewpoint that they are living organisms with the same energy as humans, animals and plants. You will experience the moment when all the organisms including yourself become one through the work she creates. We look forward to seeing you at our booth.

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