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    • New Artist: Yumi Nakata
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      25.02.2020

      We are very happy to welcome Yumi Nakata as a new member of the artists we represent. She is represented with four paintings in front of three large-scale collage works in the current group exhibition New Japanese Painting. Despite her young age, Yumi Nakata can already look back on an extensive exhibition history in Japan. With New Japanese Painting, her works are now also available ... read more
      We are very happy to welcome Yumi Nakata as a new member of the artists we represent. She is represented with four paintings in front of three large-scale collage works in the current group exhibition New Japanese Painting. Despite her young age, Yumi Nakata can already look back on an extensive exhibition history in Japan. With New Japanese Painting, her works are now also available to the public outside of Japan for the first time. Click here for her artist page.... show less
    • New Artist: Taishi Urakawa
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      18.02.2020

      Taishi Urakawa is one of the participating artists of the current group exhibition New Japanese Painting, in which his works are presented for the first time outside of Japan. It is also the first collaboration with the Mikiko Sato Gallery. For more information on Taishi Urakawa, please click here.
    • MOTOI YAMAMOTO - Salt - Tracing memories (Mystic Seaport Museum, April-September 2020)
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      03.01.2020

      From April to September 2020, the Collins Gallery of the Mystic Seaport Museum in Connecticut, will be the exhibition location for one of the largest salt installation by the artist Motoi Yamamoto. Under the exhibition title Salt - Tracing memories, Yamamoto will create an approximately 1.000 square feet work made ... read more
      From April to September 2020, the Collins Gallery of the Mystic Seaport Museum in Connecticut, will be the exhibition location for one of the largest salt installation by the artist Motoi Yamamoto. Under the exhibition title Salt - Tracing memories, Yamamoto will create an approximately 1.000 square feet work made of salt. The process can be viewed by visitors. A supporting program for young and old is also planned. Further information can be found on the official website of the museum - please click here.... show less
    • NOBUYUKI OSAKI - Portraits (Buenos Aires Portrait of Japanese immigrants) - Gallery PARC, Tokio
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      03.01.2020

      An artist's residence brought Nobuyuki Osaki to Buenos Aires, Argentina in April 2019, the city Marcel Duchamp retired to in 1918 to think about chess and the idea of the fourth dimension. Nobuyuki Osaki specifically visited people with Japanese roots and used - as usual for his work - their private ... read more
      An artist's residence brought Nobuyuki Osaki to Buenos Aires, Argentina in April 2019, the city Marcel Duchamp retired to in 1918 to think about chess and the idea of the fourth dimension. Nobuyuki Osaki specifically visited people with Japanese roots and used - as usual for his work - their private photographic material and the content of the discussions as a basis for his artistic work on questions such as the importance of personal memory and time. The exhibition Portraits (Buenos Aires Portrait of Japanese immigrants), the summary of his one-month research, was on display from November 22 to December 8, 2019 at Gallery PARC in Tokyo and it seems that Osaki is the economic crisis of the Latin American country understood as a kind of foreboding for the future of his own home country.... show less
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