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ART FAIR TOKYO 2017 Takahide KOMATSU Solo Exhibition March 17(Fri.)-March 19(Sun.).,2017



*This exhibition is a pay event. Please visit artfairtokyo.com for more ticket information.

Private Preview (Invited guests only)
Thursday, March 16. 6:00pm-9:00pm
Vernissage (Invited guests only)
Friday, March 17. 11:00am-1:00pm
Public Opening:
Friday, March 17. 1:00pm-8:00pm
Saturday, March 18. 11:00am-8:00pm
Sunday, March 19. 10:30am-5:00pm
Admission:
1DAY passport
Advance 2,300 JPY/Same-day 2,800 JPY (Including tax)
Please visit Art Fair Tokyo website for more information.

ART FAIR TOKYO, the biggest art fair in Japan, will be held at Tokyo International Forum again.
Mizoe Art Gallery presents solo exhibition of Takahide Komatsu from Miyazaki, who has been depicting butterflies and insects with the theme of the changes in ecosystem.
As a special display, we will also exhibit Marc Chagall’s large oil painting “Le Rappel.”
We look forward to seeing you at our booth.
Mizoe Art Gallery Booth Number【N70】

Venue:
Tokyo International Forum
Hall E & Lobby Gallery
(3-5-1 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo)

Contact:
Mizoe Art Gallery | Tokyo Gallery
TEL +81.3.3722.6570
E-mail info@mizoe-gallery.com

【Biography】
1979 Born in Miyazaki, Japan
2000 Graduated from Artist Course, Kyusyu Designer Gakuin

【Solo Exhibitions】
2003 Miyazaki Prefectural Art Museum. Miyazaki,Japan
2006 Gallery Celeste. Fukuoka,Japan
2008 "coexistence" / TEZUKAYAMA GALLERY. Osaka Japan
2009 "moment" / Gallery PLOT. Tokyo,Japan
"coexistence" / Gallery Forty seven. London,England
2010 "AMAUTA" / Gallery HANAUSAGI. Fukuoka,Japan
2011 "Ephemeralness" / TEZUKAYAMA GALLERY. Osaka Japan
"Symbiosis" / Gallery Artlier. Fukuoka,Japan
"Fine Art Asia / Hong Kong
2013 "Outside wind” / Gallery Souju, Nobeoka, Japan
"GENBU” / Mizoe Art Gallery, Fukuoka, Japan
"SEITAIRINNE / White Gallery, Kagoshima, Japan


【Group Exhibitions】
2006 ART SHANGHAI 2006
2007 Caelum Gallery. New York, U.S.A
2008 Tokyo Contemporary Art Fair
2009 YOUNG ART TAIPEI 2009
Korea International Art Fair 2009
2010 Art Fair Tokyo 2010
2011 Asia Top Gallery Hotel Art Fair 2011 / Hong Kong
Art Fair Tokyo 2011
ART TAIPEI 2011
2012 FINE ART ASIA 2012 / Hong Kong
2013 Asia Contemporary Art Show 2013 / Hong Kong
Affordable Art Fair Singapore 2013
2014 ASIA HOTEL ART FAIR 2014 / Hong Kong
ART TAINAN 2014
YOUNG ART TAIPEI 2014
Affordable Art Fair Singapore 2014

(13 Mar, 2017)
[Fukuoka]Ryo Hirano Exhibition - the 25th Year Memorial March 4 (Sat.) – March 20 (Mon.), 2017



We invite you to the upcoming exhibition we are holding in commemoration of the 25th anniversary of Ryo Hirano’s death. He was a painter who lived and worked in Kokura, Kitakyushu City and had been known as the “painter of the soul,” as he had consistently painted the light and darkness within and the souls of mankind, especially the one of himself. We will exhibit around 25 works including oil paintings, drawings, and prints, on which the artist depicted the familiar landscapes and the people he met during his trip with his distinctive deep tonality and graceful brushstrokes. We look forward to seeing you at the exhibition.

Ryo HIRANO: Born in Oita, 1927. Lost both parents in his childhood. Self-taught painter. Became a member of Jiyu Bijutsu Organization, 1958. Founded Shutai Bijutsu Organization, 1964. Became independent, 1975. Began to travel the world while continuing to make and present his work in solo exhibitions. “The World of Ryo Hirano Exhibition” held at Kitakyushu Municipal Museum of Art/ Received Nishinippon Culture Prize, 1987. Died in 1992.

(22 Feb, 2017)
Field of Now 2017 March 1 (Wed) - March 4 (Sat), 2017



Field of Now is a special annual exhibition, which introduces the young notable artists who were elected by the art dealers of JADA (the Japanese Art Dealers Association) Youth division.
For the 24th time of this event, 10 distinctive artists have been chosen by 7 galleries this year.
The dealers of this association handle a wide range of art, from the works of artists in the past to the ones of contemporary artists. It is certain that every work in this show is significant when it is found and chosen by those experts. Don’t miss the chance to witness those expressive works by the rising enthusiastic artists.

Mizoe Art Gallery presents Nami Shibata, the same artist we introduced last year. She is one of the prominent young artists, who has been pursuing and suggesting the new possibilities of painting by decomposing and recomposing the pictorial elements such as colors and lines.

We look forward to seeing you all there.

Nami SHIBATA Bio
1985  Born in Kumamoto. Currently lives in Tokyo.
B.F.A. from Onomichi City University.
Left Onomichi City University Graduate Program in Arts & Design before graduating.
Selected for Shell Art Award 2013.
Selected for TOKYO WONDER WALL 2009.

Venue:
Ginza Yokyo Hall
6-3-2 Ginza, CHuo-ku, Tokyo 104-0061
Gallery Center Building 6F

Contact:
Mizoe Art Gallery | Tokyo Gallery
TEL +81.3.3722.6570
E-mail info@mizoe-gallery.com

(18 Feb, 2017)
ART TAIPEI 2016 November 12-15 (Sat.-Tue.)



November 11 (Fri.), 2016
-Super VIP Preview 12:00pm - 9:00pm
-VIP Preview 3:00pm - 9:00pm
-Vernissage 6:30pm - 9:00pm

[Public Opening]
-November 12-14 (Sat.-Mon.)
11:00am - 7:00pm
-November 15 (Tue.)
11:00am - 6:00pm

Venue: Taipei World Trade Center Exhibition Hall 1 (NO.5, Hsin-Yi Rd., Sec 5, Taipei City 11011, Taiwan, R.O.C)
Booth F12 (Mizoe Art Gallery Booth)

We invite you to visit Mizoe Art Gallery at the 23rd edition of ART TAIPEI. For our second time participating in this art fair, Mizoe Art Gallery proudly presents three prominent Japanese artists. The first is a female artist Tamie Okuyama, who gained public favor at her solo exhibition in Art Taipei 2015 with her established technique and large-scale worldview. The second is also a female artist Mitsuko Tabe, who is one of the leading figures in Japanese art scene and is from Group Kyushu, which was a leading avant-garde art group in the 1960s. The last artist is Kenpei Yunde, who expresses Japanese traditional worldview with his unique technique through oil paintings. As a special display, we will also exhibit an oil painting by the masters of Western modern art including Pablo Picasso and Marc Chagall. Please come enjoy this combination of Japanese contemporary artists and Western masters, which creates the “timeless” and “universal” world of beauty.
We look forward to seeing you at our booth: F12.

( 9 Nov, 2016)
[Tokyo] Wasaburo Itozono Exhibition-the 15th Year Memorial October 15 (Sat) – October 30 (Sun), 2016



This year marks the 8th anniversary of my art gallery. I, of course, had never had a chance to meet the painter Mr. Wasaburo Itozono in person. I saw his painting for the first time in my gallery. It was a painting of flowers. The subject seemed like it was floating in the air, and that elegantly tranquil and poetic picture surface instantly mesmerized me. As I read the books about the master and met his family and his former students, I have learned that Mr. Itozono was loved and respected by everyone around. And before I knew it, I had also become one of his followers. I have collected more than 20 pieces of his works with the sole desire of organizing his posthumous exhibition in honor of his artist career, and now it has come true. All the staff of Mizoe Art Gallery look forward to seeing you at the said exhibition.
Mizoe Art Gallery Director: Kazunobu Abe

Wasaburo Itozono: Born in Nakatsu, Oita in 1911 and died in Suginami-ku, Tokyo. Learned under Kanji Maeta. Used to be a member of Dokuritsu Art Association, Bijyutsu Bunka Art Association, Jiyu Art Association, and eventually became independent. Received Honorable Mention in Japan International Art Exhibition, Mr. K Award in Contemporary Art Exhibition of Japan, and more. Professor at Nihon University College of Art. Works collected in the National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo/ the Museum of Modern Art, Kamakura & Hayama/ Oita Prefectural Art Museum, and more.

(25 Oct, 2016)
[Fukuoka]Nami SHIBATA Solo Exhibition "Montage" October 8th, 2016 (Sat) – October 23rd, 2016 (Sun)



montage (noun)
1[MASS NOUN] The technique of selecting, editing, and piecing together separate sections of film to form a continuous whole.
1.1[COUNT NOUN] A sequence of film made using the technique of montage.
1.2 The technique of producing a new composite whole from fragments of pictures, text, or music.
From Oxford Living Dictionaries (Oxford University Press)

When you see the paintings by Nami Shibata, you will get a strong impression on the brushstrokes and color tones, which are sometimes smooth and sometimes intense. It is exactly the intension of the artist; for Shibata, a painting is just a material “thing,” which is made of paints and canvas etc., and the subject matter itself does not have any special meaning. “How she painted” is much important than “what she painted,” and the subject matter is nothing but something like a blueprint or a criteria to decide the colors and the direction of brushstrokes.
In this exhibition, we display Shibata’s series of “montage as portraits of nobody,” which were made from the various images she saw in everyday life. It is the artist’s very first solo exhibition in her hometown Fukuoka even though she has been the young artist in the spotlight in recent years. We look forward to seeing you at the exhibition. (Mizoe Art Gallery)

Nami Shibata:
Born in Kumamoto in 1985. Graduated from Fukuoka Prefectural Dazaifu High School. Left Onomichi City University Graduate Program in Arts & Design before graduating. Selected for TOKYO WONDER WALL 2009 (and again in 2010.) “ROOFS” was exhibited at Tokyo Wonder Site Emerging 2010. Selected for Shell Art Award 2013. Solo and group exhibition in Tokyo, Fukuoka, Hiroshima, Kagawa and more. Has exhibited at Art Fair Tokyo since 2014.

(23 Oct, 2016)
ART FAIR ASIA FUKUOKA 2016 September 10 (Sat)-11 (Sun)



ART FAIR ASIA FUKUOKA 2016

Preview:
Invited guests and the press only.
12:00pm – 6:00pm, September 9 (Fri)

Public Opening:
11:00am – 9:00pm, September 10 (Sat)
11:00am – 7:00pm, September 11 (Sun)

Venue:
Hotel Okura Fukuoka - 9F
3-2 Shimokawabata-machi, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka. 812-0027
Tel +81-92-262-1111

[Image]
upper left: Mitsuko TABE “Healthy Work”
upper right: Nami SHIBATA “Montage”
bottom: Takahide KOMATSU “Dance of Insects”

The 2nd edition of the first art fair in Fukuoka, ART FAIR ASIA / FUKUOKA 2016, will be held at Hotel Okura Fukuoka. Galleries from across Asia participate in this art fair, and it is expected to be one of the most interesting international art fair for the artists, museums, galleries, collectors and art professionals all over the world. Behind its background, there is a fact that it is a unique project that brings out the regional characteristics in Fukuoka with the cooperation of Fukuoka Asian Art Museum, which is the only museum in the world that collects Asian art systematically. In 2015, the year of the launch of this project, it recorded 2200 attendants with the participation of a total of 27 galleries and gained a great response. 38 galleries will participate this year.

For our first time participating in this art fair, Mizoe Art Gallery presents three artists: Mitsuko TABE, who is one of the founding member of Group Kyushu-ha and still is the leading figure in Japanese art scene, Takahire KOMATSU, who is young but has already been acclaimed both nationally and internationally, and Nami SHIBATA, who is in the limelight as a new artist.

ART FAIR ASIA FUKUOKA 2016 website:
https://www.artfair.asia/

( 6 Sep, 2016)
[Fukuoka] Works on Paper – Print & Drawing Collection | August 27th, 2016 (Sat) – September 19th, 2016 (Mon)



Right: Pablo PICASSO
The Three Graces, 1922-1923
Etching, ed.87/100
46.4 x 32.4 cm (189/32 x 123/4 in.)

Left: Yasuo KAZUKI
Siberia Series (a set of four), 1969
Lithograph, ed.3/50


We invite you all to our upcoming exhibition, Works on Paper Collection, which ranges from the prints by the world’s masters and the dedicated contemporary artists to the reproductions of popular artists. We will also have watercolors and drawings from which you can feel the artists’ strong presence. We display a variety of works on paper in this exhibition, and some works are offered at a discounted price.
Why don’t you come find your favorite piece before the summer ends?
Mizoe Art Gallery

[Artists]
Pablo PICASSO, Henri MATISSE, Paul KLEE, Joan MIRO, Leonard FUJITA, Jasper JOHNS, Paul AIZPIRI, Andre BRASILIER
Hanjiro SAKAMOTO, Morikazu KUMAGAI, Ryuzaburo UMEHARA, Yasuo KAZUKI, Hirosuke TASAKI, Noriyuki USHIJIMA, Toshiyuki HASEGAWA, Kokuta SUDA, Tatuoki NAMBATA, Wasaburo ITOZONO, Ryo HIRANO, Ryonosuke FUKUI, Matazo KAYAMA, Tetsuro KOMAI, Chimei HAMADA, Gyoji NOMIYAMA, Tomonori TOYOFUKU, Tadayoshi NAKABAYASHI, Keisei KOBAYASHI, Tamie OKUYAMA, and more.

*Artists are subject to change.

(10 Aug, 2016)
[Tokyo]"Gallery’s Eye Ⅱ- Contemporary Artists Selection" July 2 (Sat) – July 17 (Sun), 2016



Gallery’s Eye is the exhibition organized for you to see our sensibilities and taste as an art gallery. When we decide what to offer in our galleries, the most important test it must pass is whether it is timeless. Following Gallery’s Eye I, in which we displayed the masterpieces of the great historical masters, Gallery’s Eye II will present the works of 16 of our favorite contemporary artists without the boundaries of genre, age, or groups.
We believe that genuinely good art will continue to be admired and appreciated over time without being influenced by trends, fads and market potential. In this upcoming exhibition, we are going to showcase more than 30 pieces of those artist who have been committed to create their works with that vision.
We look forward to seeing you at the exhibition.
Mizoe Art Gallery

Artist:
Mitsuko TABE, Keiichi INOUE, Satoru JOGASAKI, Tamie OKUYAMA, Satoshi MINAMI, Masahiko KABUTA, Takeshi WEI, Shin KAMIKAWA, Kenpei YUNDE, Takashi MASAKI, Masahito KATAYAMA, Mario EBIKO, Mayumi HACHIYA, Myung Sik KIM, Takahide KOMATSU, Kikuma MOCHIZUKI
*Names in random order. Artists are subject to change.

(10 Jul, 2016)
[Fukuoka]Satoru Jogasaki Solo Exhibition“Halfway through the Journey” July 9 (Sat) – July 24 (Sun), 2016



Satoru Jogasaki Solo Exhibition “Halfway through the Journey”

July 9 (Sat) – July 24 (Sun), 2016
Hours: 10:00am – 7:00pm (Open every day during the event)
Opening party: 5:00 pm on July 9 (Sat)
*Artist present on the following dates: July 9-13 and July 17-20.

Standing in front of a white canvas
I look back the things I left behind

When everything I have stacked up
Falls to pieces quietly
The shapes I have fruitlessly been looking for
Come into sight

I wanted to paint everything
So I had struggled

But now
I know I can never paint everything
And that makes me happy

Born in 1950
Tama Art University
Lives in Kagoshima

1979 Received Ebihara Prize in Southern Japan Art Exhibition
1991 Received Special Merit Award in Ueno Royal Museum Grand Prize Exhibition
1996 Yasui Award Exhibition
1997 Received Grand Prize in Biennale Exhibition of Arts in Makurazaki
2000 Contemporary Japanese Paintings Exhibition
Solo exhibition
2001 “The Sower” at Nanmeikan Museum, Kagoshima
2009 “Bowl of Wind” at Miyake Museum of Art
Exhibitions (solo/group): Keio Department Store, Yamakataya Art Gallery, the Ueno Royal Museum, and Tokyo Station gallery.
Public Collection: Kagoshima Prefectural Office, Kagoshima City Museum of Art, the Ueno Royal Museum, Nanmeikan Museum, Nagashima Museum, Miyake Museum of Art, and more.

( 4 Jul, 2016)
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