Archive for the ‘Kodama Gallery’ Category
Kodama Gallery, Nanzuka Underground, Yamamoto Gendai and London Gallery will be welcoming you to “Shuffle,” Shirokane Art Complex joint Exhibition. The reception will be held April 2, 5 to 8.
If you still have time to make it to Kyoto (or you are there already), here is a poster for the new show opening tonight at Kodama Gallery Kyoto.
Maoya Kishi backronym 1, 2010 mixed media 50 x 50 x 127 cm Last weekend the four galleries of the Shirokane art complex opened their next round of exhibitions. Kodama gallery presented, for the third time, Maoya Kishi’s installations. The new show—backronym—contains a selection of Kishi’s mixed media nonrepresentational sculptures with just a hint of […]
The Kodama Gallery in Kyoto just closed their latest show of Kenji Nohara.This is the artist’s third exhibition with Kodama, the previous one was held in Tokyo last November. There were several already familiar works (a plant-like sculpture whose trunk is “planted” in a large pot and whose with molecular-looking leaves have the underside of […]
The Tokyo branch of the Kodama Gallery is now showing the last nine years of Mamoru Sakagawa’s work. The objects range from the 2001 acrylics of muscle men, to drawings, to the latest experiments with india ink and fabric appliqué. The oldest works, interestingly enough, suggest a loosely visceral quality in the artist’s approach: it […]
Tatjana Doll photographed with SPEED_Shinkansen Bullet Train 2011 enamel, acrylic, 2m x 30m (10 pieces), 2008 Image courtesy of Nanzuka Underground The new exhibitions in Kodama Gallery and Nanzuka Underground Gallery (both in the Shirokane Art Complex) serendipitously, address speed and movement, but do so in different ways. Kodama presents a collection of video/sonic work […]
My review of Tamotsu Ikeya’s show in the Kyoto branch of Kodama Gallery has been printed in the March issue of Artforum.