Archive for the ‘Take Ninagawa’ Category
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Aki Sasamoto’s first solo show in Japan is a homecoming of sorts. Sasamoto, who was born in Yokohama, received her MFA in Visual Art from Columbia University, and had made New York her home since. The current show at Take Ninagawa gallery is based on the project commissioned to the artist for the 2010 Whitney Biennial, […]
Take Ninagawa just opened a new exhibition of large scale panels by Yukiko Suto. Each of the four images, done in a combination of pencil and oil on gesso-covered panels took months to produce, and Sato’s effort can only be properly appreciated through a close examination of these meticulously executed landscapes. The paintings originate in […]
My review of Yuuki Matsumura’s show “Almost Dead Sculpture” held at Take Ninagawa gallery earlier this summer is now out in print in the October issue of ARTFORUM.
Starting January 26th (and though February 21) a group of young but important galleries known as the New Tokyo Contemporaries will hold a series of events and exhibitions related to the theme of contemporary culture and business. Among the participating galleries are: AOYAMA/MEGURO, ARATANIURANO, Take Ninagawa, ZENSHI, MISAKO & ROSEN and Yuka Sashahara Gallery. Lotte […]
Beach 8 2009 Oil, oilstick, acrylic, printed matter, color copy, sticker, sand, seeds, varnish, metal and acrylic board in custom frame 42.8 x 35.3 cm Courtesy of Take Ninagawa and the artist My review of Shinro Ohtake’s “Shell & Occupy 4” is now up on the Artforum page.
Memory of Color 3/Geronimo 2008 Oil, printed matter, photographs, film, silk screen, rice paper, vinyl, cotton cloth, cotton yarn, plant matter, varnish, wood and acrylic in custom frame 47 x 34.5 cm Image courtesy of the Take Ninagawa and the artist This is the fourth installment of Shinro Ohtake’s scrapbook art at Take Ninagawa. The […]