• ART FRONT GALLERY
  • ART FRONT GALLERY
  • ART FRONT GALLERY
  • ART FRONT GALLERY
  • ART FRONT GALLERY

ART FRONT GALLERY

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  • 현대예술 전시회 2021.08.06부터

    이벤트 설명・조건 보기
    • 개최 기간 2021.08.06 12:00 - 2021.09.05 17:00
    • 요금 무료
    • 이벤트 상세 As a little child may start drawing once given a piece of blank paper, act of “drawing” seems to be equipped in human nature. The possibility of different facets of drawings in the context of both time and space can vary according to either materials or motifs to be depicted. In this exhibit, materials as well as its technique such as acrylic paint or oil pastel, silver ink, spray or marbling sumi ink will be showcased, shedding light on drawings of the environmental world around us.
      Artist: Kana Kou, Tokuro Sakamoto, Hiraku Suzuki, Yoshitaka Nanjo
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    현대예술 전시회 2021.08.06부터

    이벤트 설명・조건 보기
    • 개최 기간 2021.08.06 12:00 - 2021.09.05 17:00
    • 요금 무료
    • 이벤트 상세 Michiko Nakatani was born in Tokyo in 1981. A graduate of the Dresden Academy of Fine Arts, Nakatani currently resides in Mie Prefecture where she has set up a studio. In recent years, Nakatani has increasingly participated in exhibitions and museum shows, such as the VOCA Exhibition in 2018 (Ueno Mori Art Gallery, Tokyo), where she received the Encouragement Award, the “DOMANI – Tomorrow” exhibition in 2018 (National Art Center, Tokyo), the Echigo-Tsumari Art Triennial in 2018 (Niigata Prefecture) or her solo show at the Mie Prefectural Art Museum in 2019. In 2020, Nakatani installed her piece “The white tigers are watching”, a 9-meter wide sculpture, at the Toranomon Station of the Ginza subway line, earning her a lot of attention for the expressive power of her three-dimensional piece. Nakatani is one of the most sought-after contemporary artists, evident also in her being selected for the Takashimaya Art Award in January of this year, an award given to emerging artists based on their previous work and their future potential.

      Nakatani’s sculptural artworks differ from usual relief works by inverting the roles of convex and concave parts. She creates works that challenge the ideas of absence and existence, with motifs that exist in the emptiness of the sunken reliefs. Her pieces – strange existences that are clearly there, yet also aren’t – create a complex sense of distance between object and audience. Nakatani began producing these ambiguous, intangible works after wondering if it was possible to create painting-like sculptures. The act of drawing – the source of all images – constitutes an indispensable part of Nakatani’s artistic process.

      This exhibition at Art Front Gallery focuses on Nakatani’s drawings. In the past, Nakatani said that her drawings, made on thin paper, seem to her like a kind of sculpture. Indeed, for Nakatani her drawings as sculptures, too. She is constantly drawing, both as a daily exercise and as part of the production process of her three-dimensional works. She draws as if sculpturing on white paper, or in order to let images stream out from the back of her mind. We will present drawings made during the creation of sculptures collected by the newly reopened Echigo-Tsumari Satoyama Museum of Contemporary Art, as well as drawings made on a daily basis during the Corona pandemic. While previously exhibited drawings of Nakatani’s were almost exclusively A4-sized, this exhibition at Art Front Gallery will also feature large-scale drawings reminiscent of her sculptural work. Relief works connected to the exhibited drawings as well as clay prototypes used to create her three-dimensional works will also be part of this exhibition.

      We hope you will enjoy this exhibition that offers a glimpse into Michiko Nakatani’s creative source and discover the appeal and fascination of her work from new perspectives.
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