This is a blog that introduces contemporary art works that can be hung in your home.
I would like to share with you the joy of incorporating art into your daily life.
I hope that by looking at the artworks and artists, you will be able to encounter a special piece of art for yourself.
This video is “Hyakka float April”.
This exhibition held from April 1 (Sat) to April 28 (Fri), 2023
Enjoy the exhibition on video!
Thank you for watching this video.
There are coffee shops everywhere, but when I walk into a coffee shop and look around, I see very few places that have authentic art hanging on the walls, and I feel that I am missing something.
Galleries are extraordinary spaces, but coffee shops are relatively close to everyday spaces. At Kauhiya, the artwork fits in with the nostalgic atmosphere, and visitors can appreciate the artwork without feeling self-conscious.
I felt again this time that it is a good place to experience art in an everyday setting.
Furthermore, Kauhiya holds exhibitions every month, so I can feel a fresh surprise from art every month.
You can visit “Hyakka float March,” “Hyakka float April,” and “Hyakka float May,” each of which has a different atmosphere.
Please watch the video of the exhibition that has ended.
If you like the works, you can purchase them and hang them in your home, so please contact the master during the exhibition period. After the exhibition is over, please contact us at DE art blog.
This “Hyakka float March-May” is a special exhibition by Mr. Toyoda.
Artist ：Keiko Ichimori, Tamae Takahashi, Ei Matsuda
Dates. ：March 1 (Wed) – March 31(Fri) , 2023
Click here to watch the video↓
Artists：Azusa Ito, Ping Zhou, Keiko Ichimori
Dates ：April 1 (Sat) – 28 (Fri), 2023
Hours ：Weekdays 9:00 – 18:00, Saturdays 9:30 – 17:00
Closed：Sundays and national holidays
Adress：1-8-6, Nihonbashi Haridome-cho, Chuo-ku
Tel ： 03-3661-0509
5 min. walk from Exit A5 of Ningyocho Station on the Subway Hibiya Line orToei Asakusa Line.
Artists：Maki Kaneko, Yoko Watanabe, Keiko Ichimori
Dates ：May 8 (Mon) – 31 (Wed), 2023
The exhibition on which these three exhibitions are based is Norio Toyoda’s project “Hyakka” held in 2021.
“Hyakka II 2023” will be held at the Kagurazaka Session House Garden from April 25 to May 1.
This was also an exhibition that should be viewed in conjunction with the “Hyakka II 2023” exhibition.
Artists：Keiko Ichimori, Maki Kaneko, Ping Zhou, Tamae Takahashi, Yoshie Tonegawa, Ei Matsuda, Yoko Watanabe
Place ：Session House Garden
Dates ：Tuesday, April 25 – Monday, May 1, 2023
Hours ：12:00 – 18:30 (until 17:00 on the last day)
158 Yaraicho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
5 min. walk from Exit 1a or 1b of Kagurazaka Station on Tozai Line.
Keiko Ichimori 【Artist】 一森京子 Keiko Ichimori
【Video】Keiko Ichimori Exhibition
Azusa Ito 【Artist】 伊藤あずさ Azusa Ito
【Video】Azusa Ito Exhibition ”Shifting Scenery and Remnants of Memory”
Maki Kaneko 【Artist】 金子牧 Maki Kaneko
Ping Zhou 【Artist】 周平 Ping Zhou
Tamae Takahashi【Artist】 髙橋玉恵 Tamae Takahashi
【Artwork】 髙橋玉恵 Tamae Takahashi
Yoshie Tonegawa【Video】Yoshie Tonegawa Exhibition – Overflowing Forms –
Ei Matsuda 【作品紹介】 松田英
Yoko Watanabe 【Artist】 渡辺洋子 Yoko Watanabe
【Video】Yoko Watanabe solo Exhibition “Memory of Water”
Enjoy contemporary artworks in your home or office！
Please contact us if you have any questions about our work or if you would like to exhibit works.
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Thank you for reading to the end.
Have a good encounter with a work!
This was DE art.
Cooperation： Kauhiya・Session House Garden・Gallery SUDOH
Planning： Norio Toyoda
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