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 Ⅱ 2023”.
This exhibition held from April 25 (Tue) to May 1 (Mon), 2023
For more details, please see below.↓
Enjoy the exhibition on video!
Thank you for watching the video.
I know you may feel differently if you have seen the works directly at the venue or if you are seeing them for the first time in this video, but I hope it will give you a glimpse of the atmosphere that flows through the venue.
I often find myself thinking about things without any purpose. I rarely reach something just by thinking, and my thoughts just drift off and disappear.
So when I hear someone who can think logically and explain things, I am happy and feel a sense of exhilaration.
I felt a different type of refreshment at this exhibition.
It may be the joy of seeing works that attracted me from two points of view.
One is the power of the artwork.
There is an atmosphere and power created by a single work of art, but this power is multiplied by the presence of many works of art. However, this is only true when the works are in harmony with each other. In a group exhibition, it is more difficult and more important to create an overall atmosphere than in a solo exhibition. This is because the entire exhibition contains elements that are perceived as a single work of art. So perhaps it is refreshing to be in a harmonious space.
The second is the attractiveness of the artist.
The artist faces the work, thinks about it, and enters into a maze of thoughts, and conversely, the artist is freed from his thoughts, and what he expresses in a visible form is this one thing in front of his eyes. I enjoy the expressions that come out because I am that artist.
We will provide you with useful information so that you can face the work as you see fit!
Click here to see the “Hyakka II 2023” carry-in work. ↓
Click here for “Hyakka” in 2021. ↓
Click here for the 2021 ” Hyakka” carry-in work. ↓
「Hyakka float March」
Artist：Keiko Ichimori, Tamae Takahashi, Ei Matsuda
「Hyakka float April」
Artists：Azusa Ito, Ping Zhou, Keiko Ichimori
「Hyakka float May」
Artists：Maki Kaneko, Yoko Watanabe, Keiko Ichimori
Dates ：May 8 (Mon) – 31 (Wed), 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.
Keiko Ichimori 【Artist】 一森京子 Keiko Ichimori
Yoshie Tonegawa【Video】Yoshie Tonegawa Exhibition – Overflowing Forms –
Ei Matsuda 【作品紹介】 松田英
Enjoy contemporary artworks in your home or office！
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Thank you for reading to the end.
Have a good encounter with a work!
This was DE art.
Planning： Norio Toyoda
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