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Right Angle + Remains
August 24 - September 9Free
Conceptual art exhibition of works by two young artists.
From the organizer:
The works in the “Right Angle” series by Kunihiko Katsumata are shots of architectural, but are easily mistaken for abstract paintings.
In addition of these works, you can see other his works such as bombed trees at Hiroshima and Nagasaki in Second World War.
Born in Shizuoka. Lives in Kyoto. Full time Lecturer of Kyoto University of Art and Design, Lecturer of Tama Art University. Graduated from the Waseda University, the faculty of law. Katsumata is known as conceptual artist of photographic media. His works have been collected by domestic and foreign collectors, institutions and museums such as The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo.
Born in Aichi. Lives in Hiroshima, Japan. Lecturer of Tokyo University of the Arts and Tokyo Polytechnic University. Graduated from the Waseda University, the faculty of literature. Kohara has organized various exhibitions as a curator in IZU PHOTO MUSEUM such as Araki Nobuyoshi, Manabu Miyazaki, Tazuko Masuhara, Ichiro Kojima.
Composer & sound performer based in Fukuoka. He has been collaborating with various artists or photographers, and aims to expand the concept of ambient music.
- Artist talk with Masashi Kohora, 19:30-21:00 August 24 (¥1500 admission)
- Collaboration live event with duenn, September 8 Organ-za (cover charge)
Everyday except Tuesdays