Nowhere —> Now Here. JPS Gallery (Tokyo)

JPS Gallery is pleased to present Nowhere —> Now Here, an influential group exhibition featuring three Japanese artists, including Arashi M, MOMO YAMA and Shintaro Inoue, whose works pay tribute to the enduring appeal of women across different eras. Focusing on the artists’ most recent works, the exhibition captures momentary expressions…

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Hiroshi Sugimoto: Opera House. Gallery Koyanagi Tokyo

Gallery Koyanagi is pleased to present “OPERA HOUSE,” a solo exhibition by Hiroshi Sugimoto, on view from September 3 (Sat) through November 6 (Sun). This exhibition will be the first time that the “Opera House” series would be exhibited in Japan. The “Opera House” series is a series of photographs…

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Tatjana Doll solo exhibition at Nanzuka (Tokyo)

NANZUKA is pleased to present a solo exhibition of German artist Tatjana Doll at 3110NZ by LDH kitchen. Tatjana Doll was born in Burgsteinfurt in Ex-West Germany and graduated from Dusseldorf Art Academy. Her recent major solo exhibitions include, NICHT VORBEIGEHEN. Konrad-von-Soest-Preis 2018 (LWL-Museum für Kunst und Kultur, Münster, 2019), Was heißt Untergrund? (KINDL?Zentrum…

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Hullabaloo – JPS Tokyo

JPS Gallery is delighted to present a group exhibition titled Hullabaloo* to celebrate the triumphant characteristics of this era through various artistic representations of the human body expressed by visual language. This exhibition features four emerging artists with practices that observe and embrace the human form. Through the progressive lens of Florine…

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Kathleen Jacobs | Tokyo | FM Forward. Fergus McCaffrey

Through July 16th, 2022 at Fergus McCaffrey, Tokyo Fergus McCaffrey Tokyo is pleased to continue our presentation Kathleen Jacobs at the gallery’s Tokyo location. The exhibition has received an excellent response, including an in-depth interview with Jacobs published in Tokyo Art Beat, featuring a video conversation capturing the artist elaborating on the details of…

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Tales, a Solo Exhibition by Julio Anaya Cabanding. Nanzuka. Tokyo

NANZUKA is pleased to present a solo exhibition with Spanish artist Julio Anaya Cabanding at NANZUKA 2G. Julio Anaya Cabanding was born in 1987 in Malaga, Spain, where he currently continues to live and work.Cabanding is known for his reworkings of historical paintings spanning the classical period to the present,…

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NANZUKA / Roby Dwi Antono solo exhibition “RUMPUS”

NANZUKA is pleased to present three concurrent exhibitions of new works by Yogyakarta-based Indonesian artist Roby Dwi Antono (b.1990) at NANZUKA UNDERGROUND, NANZUKA 2G, and 3110NZ. These exhibitions mark the artist’s first solo presentation with the gallery. The extraordinary talent of Roby Dwi Antono who had expressed a keen interest…

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