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“Both or Nothing” Tamiko Washizu, Mayumi Terada, Yusuke Suga, nakajima mugi, Satoshi Uchiyama

“Both or Nothing” Tamiko Washizu, Mayumi Terada, Yusuke Suga, nakajima mugi, Satoshi Uchiyama
Period:13th Dec.(fri.)- 26th Jan.(sun.), 2020
Etc.:Reception Party : 18:00 - 19:30 on 14th (sat) Dec., 2019 The artist will be present. Admission free.
Closed:mon. tue. wed. And from 23rd Dec,.2019 - 8th Jan,. 2020 
Hours:12:00-19:00
Admission:Free
Venue:207 (Gallery OUT of PLACE TOKIO)

We are very pleased to announce our new exhibition < Both or Nothing > by 5 artists from 13th December 2019 through 26th January 2020.

In recent, there has been a lot of talk about a work that has three-dimensional elements in spite of being a two-dimensional work and remains within
the concept of a two-dimensional painting even though it is a three-dimensional object. Of course, there have been such styles in art history, but
this time, we will select and introduce about 15 works under the theme of "Both or Nothing" from five artists. 

Tamiko Washizu (b.1945) draws the plain notebooks day by day using the technique of assemblage. The viewer will touch the brilliant work released from
the book while turning the pages of the completed book. 

Mayumi Terada (b.1958) first created a palm-sized miniature (three-dimensional), and created it as a photograph to create a space where imagination
and reality were mixed. This time, we will also display three-dimensional works as real rather than imaginary.

Yusuke Suga (b.1984) produces his works using various materials such as solids using daily necessities and 3DCG video works. This time, we will
introduce 2-D/3-D works that combine visual dynamism and sophisticated sculpture techniques.

Nakajima mugi (b.1978) 's paintings have a very thick canvas frame, reminiscent of a large box. In addition, the artist pays attention to the
materiality, fluidity, and high saturation of acrylic paint, and expresses the light and space that dwells there, despite the fact that it is a flat
painting. 

Satoshi Uchiyama (b.1978) captures all the works he creates in the concept of "What is the Painting"? While restricting his work to the
"rectangular shape hung on the wall", he continues to create works that go back and forth between a solid and a plane. 

Please take a look at this opportunity.

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