NEWS

Mariko Kobayashi “Stories that went Over”

KOTARO NUKAGA is pleased to announce Mariko Kobayashi’s (1987, Osaka) first solo exhibition at our gallery, “Stories that went Over” from April 17 to May 22. Learn more Exhibition Outline Title : Stories that went Over Artist : Mariko Kobayashi Date : April 17 – May 22, 2021 Open Hours : 11:00 ~ 18:00 (Tue

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Kyoji Takubo “Camélia”

KOTARO NUKAGA is pleased to announce “Camélia” by Kyoji Takubo from April 17 through May 22. In this solo exhibition, we will be showcasing 13 pieces of cut-outs that dynamically expresses yabutsubaki (Japanese camellia). Learn more Exhibition Outline Title : Camélia Artist : Kyoji Takubo Date : April 17 – May 22, 2021 Open Hours

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Tony Matelli, Head (Orange), 2021 ©️Tony Matelli

Art Fair Tokyo 2021

KOTARO NUKAGA is pleased to announce its participation in Art Fair Tokyo 2021. We will showcase new works by Stefan Brüggemann, Gardar Eide Einarsson, Yuichi Hirako, Mariko Kobayashi, Tony Matelli and Tomokazu Matsuyama. Stefan Brüggemann develops a conceptual approach to the artistic process, which he explores with a critical and often provocative and ironical attitude,

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松山 智一 展覧会|Long Museum Chongqing

松山智一による中国本土初の個展「Accountable Nature」が、好評につき2021年3月7日から5月16日まで龍美術館重慶館(Long Museum Chongqing)に巡回し、開催される運びとなりました。昨年11月に同西岸館(中国・上海)で開催された展覧会に新作を加えて、内容を拡充して開催されます。東洋と西洋、新旧の文化が交差する歴史ある都市重慶は、近年急成長を遂げマジックシティとも称されます。重慶館で初めて開催される国外アーティストによる展覧会となる本展では、松山の代表作や、新作となる鮮やかなキャンバス作品から巨大な立体作品まで体系的に展示し、膨大な情報の中で移ろいゆく現代を描写する松山の思想とあわせて紹介します。 渡航の難しい時期ではありますが、お近くにお越しの際は本展覧会に是非お立ち寄りください。 松山智一「Accountable Nature」| Tomokazu Matsuyama Accountable Nature 会期:2021年3月7日(日)― 5月16日(日) 時間:9:30 -17:30 休館:月曜日 龍美術館重慶館(Long Museum Chongqing) No.9, JuXianYan Plaza, Jiangbei District, Chongqing プレスリリース 龍美術館公式HP(英語)

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Notice of Extended Exhibition: January 23 – April 3, 2021

KOTARO NUKAGA is pleased to announce the current exhibition Yuichi Hirako “GIFT” has been extended to Saturday, April 3, 2021. We would like to express our thanks to all the visitors for continued support. Using a wide range of media–mainly painting alongside drawing, sculpture, installation, sound performance and more–Hirako explores the boundaries between mankind and

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Yuichi Hirako “GIFT”

Kotaro Nukaga is pleased to announce “GIFT” by Yuichi Hirako from January 23 through February 27, his first solo show at our space. Using a wide range of media–mainly painting alongside drawing, sculpture, installation, sound performance and more–Hirako explores the boundaries between mankind and nature in modern society. His work has received accolades in Japan

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Mariko Kobayashi | CADAN Yurakucho

KOTARO NUKAGA is pleased to announce “All You Need to Bear is the Sun,” a solo exhibition by Mariko Kobayashi, from November 3 through 22 at CADAN Yurakucho. Utilizing a method of combining different materials using textile techniques such as weaving, dying, knitting, and stitching, Kobayashi renders different connections that exist in the world. “Circulation

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UNLEASHED SPEED UNLEASHED SPEECH(MISFITS) Curated By Stefan Brüggemann

UNLEASHED SPEED UNLEASHED SPEECH (MISFITS) Curated by Stefan Brüggemann

KOTARO NUKAGA is pleased to announce a group show UNLEASHED SPEED UNLEASHED SPEECH (MISFITS) curated by London and Mexico City-based contemporary artist Stefan Brüggemann. In this exhibition curated by Brüggemann, he will be presenting his work along with three other internationally-respected artists: Oriol Vilanova, Jay Rechsteiner, and Gardar Eide Einarsson. While the artists have a

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Tomokazu Matsuyama:Shinjuku Station East Square Public Art Project

Directed by New York-based contemporary artist Tomokazu Matsuyama, the public art square with a monument and land art is presented at JR Shinjuku Station East Square. The theme is Metro – Bewilder, a coined word created by Matsuyama; “metro” refers to a metropolitan city, and “wild” refers to the wilderness of nature, combined with the

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Gentaro Ishizuka “Gold Rush California/NZ”

KOTARO NUKAGA is pleased to present Gold Rush California/NZ, an exhibition of works by Gentaro Ishizuka. The show will open on July 11 and remain on view through August 29, 2020. Ishizuka is known for tackling motifs such as pipelines and glaciers, and this time he focused on the gold rush. In this exhibition we

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