22 Sep 2018 KOBE ART MARCHÉ 2018
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September 28(Fri.)-September 30(Sun.),2018

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This year, The Kobe Art Marché (KAM) welcomes the 10th anniversary. The galleries from across Japan participate in this art fair and exhibit their works in each room on the 13th floor of Kobe Meriken Park Oriental Hotel. Great locations of beautiful ocean view and Kobe’s street sights, it will be an easy-going event like that many guests join. We look forward to seeing you all at the Kobe Art Marché.

Mizoe Art Gallery/Room 1326, we are going to present three great artists Kenpei YUNDE, Satoru JOGASAKI and Takeshi WEI who are well received in past few years.
Firstly, Kenpei YUNDE believes that all the motifs are present on the "soil". He has been repeatedly putting and shaving oil on canvas to make matières over a year.We feel the deep beauty from the simple motif on the thick matières of his painting. In contrast, all his drawings express his respiration and realistic feelings with the improvisational sense of speed.
Next artist is Takeshi WEI. His works come from imaginary world. Painting melancholy figures and making playful objects with familiar waste materials such as drift woods. He produces a one-piece print by own method and a variety of works.
The last one is Satoru JOGASAKI.He makes humorous and emotional arts from casual moments. Innocent shaping Matières felt rough like sand but that is warm and close to our mind like a piece of road movie.

Please enjoy KOBE ART MARCHÉ 2018 to meet brilliant works.

Fee: 1,000 yen (Multi-Day Passport)
* If there is a purchase of merchandise over 5000 yen at the event; there will be a 1000 yen deduction available.
29 Aug 2018 ART FAIR ASIA FUKUOKA 2018
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The fourth edition of ART FAIR ASIA / FUKUOKA 2018, will be held at Hotel Okura Fukuoka. This is a festival of contemporary art gathered by 37 art galleries from home and abroad.
Galleries from across Asia participate in this art fair, and it is expected to be one of the most interesting international art fair for the artists, museums, galleries, collectors and art professionals all over the world. Behind its background, there is a fact that it is a unique project that brings out the regional characteristics in Fukuoka with the cooperation of Fukuoka Asian Art Museum, which is the only museum in the world that collects Asian art systematically.Last year, more than 2,500 art fans from all over the world and from related people visited during the three days of the exhibition .
For our third time participating in this art fair, MIZOE Art Gallery presents three great artistsTakahide KOMATSU, Kenpei YUNDE and Takashi YATOJI.

Invited guests and the press only.
12:00pm – 7:00pm, September 7 (Fri)

Public Opening:
11:00am – 7:00pm, September 8 (Sat) *No enter after 6:30pm
11:00am – 6:00pm, September 9 (Sun) *No enter after 6:30pm

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19 Aug 2018 [Tokyo] Ryo HIRANO Exhibition - The Beginning and The End - September 15 (Sat) – 30 (Sun), 2018
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Ryo HIRANO "a painter of the soul" who has consistently drawn human beings, especially his inner self and the darkness of mind and light. In the early days he continued to explore his own expression. Through a mature period depicting human darkness in a figurative expression, in the abstract expression "Light in the darkness" and "Life in the Universe" were expressed in a group of works of the late period.

In this exhibition, we will focus on the works before the 1950's and the works after 1980.
It will approach the real image of an unknown artist Ryo HIRANO.

Ryo HIRANO: Born in Oita, 1927. Lost both parents in his childhood. Self-taught painter. Became a member of Jiyu Bijutsu Organization, 1958. Founded Shutai Bijutsu Organization, 1964. Became independent, 1975. Began to travel the world while continuing to make and present his work in solo exhibitions. “The World of Ryo Hirano Exhibition” held at Kitakyushu Municipal Museum of Art/ Received Nishinippon Culture Prize, 1987. Died in 1992.

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