EXHIBITION

GROUP SHOW

9 ARTISTS

23/January/2021 - 27/February/2021

KOSAKU KANECHIKA is pleased to present the group exhibition “9 ARTISTS,” opening on January 23, 2021.

 

This group show features new and notable works by the gallery’s seven artists, including the newest addition to Takuro Kuwata’s Tea Bowl series and two-dimensional works by Noritaka Tatehana. In addition, we are delighted to introduce the works of two international artists, Sylvie Fleury and Ruby Neri, for the very first time at KOSAKU KANECHIKA.

 

Sylvie Fleury, a contemporary artist based in Geneva, is celebrated for using readymade objects such as cars, neon, and makeup palettes to highlight a new perspective on modern consumerist society and cultural values. KOSAKU KANECHIKA will be presenting more of this artist’s work in a solo exhibition scheduled for fall 2021.

 

Los Angeles based artist Ruby Neri creates ceramic vessels of distorted female forms evoking the various faces of womanhood, ranging from pleasure to terror and all things within the spectrum of human experience. Neri’s unique visual language references ancient art and folk art-making, and is also influenced by the Bay Area Figurative movement and street art, which she produced as a member of the San Francisco-based Mission School.

 

Yutaka Aoki
Junko Oki
Takuro Kuwata
Ataru Sato
Chikashi Suzuki
Noritaka Tatehana
Sylvie Fleury
fumiko imano
Ruby Neri

 



General information

Exhibition
GROUP SHOW: 9 ARTISTS

Dates
January 23 − February 27, 2021

Hours
11 am - 6 pm
Closed on Sun, Mon and National Holidays

Location
KOSAKU KANECHIKA
TERRADA Art Complex 5F
1-33-10 Higashi-Shinagawa
Shinagawa-ku
Tokyo
140-0002
+81(0)3-6712-3346
kosakukanechika.com

Free admission




WORKS

  • Yutaka Aoki
    Untitled, 2020

  • Yutaka Aoki
    Untitled, 2020

  • Yutaka Aoki
    Untitled, 2020

  • Junko Oki
    a pomegranate, 2020

  • Takuro Kuwata
    Tea bowl, 2021

  • Takuro Kuwata
    Untitled, 2017

  • Ataru Sato
    Goddess, 2019

  • Chikashi Suzuki
    Meguro, Tokyo, 2011

  • Chikashi Suzuki
    Meguro, Tokyo, 2011

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