The exhibition "Montage" by Hyogo Miyaji and Koichi Nishimura, which was temporarily suspended due to the effects of the new coronavirus, will resume on June 3 (Wed.).
The store layout has been renewed, the walls have been expanded, and new works and series have been added.
The exhibition is now even more worth seeing, and we hope you will enjoy it.
Please note that for the time being, the store will be open only from 11:00 to 18:00.
Miyaji Hyogo and Koichi Nishimura "Montage" Exhibition (Re-exhibition)
<duration> June 3 (Wed) - June 19 (Fri), 2020, 11:00 - 18:00 (closed on Sundays and holidays)
*Please contact us individually for visits after 18:00. (firstname.lastname@example.org/03-6228-5922)
ARTIST'S INTRODUCTION / STATEMENT
Miyaji Hyogo, who expresses feelings of joy, anger, sadness, and humor in trivial everyday events and fleeting moments with a unique touch of color and touch, and Koichi Nishimura, who collaborates with artists in various fields using hearts as a motif. In addition to their original works, the two artists have cut up each other's works and created a montage of "hearts.
We are pleased to present seven collaborative works.
We hope you will take this opportunity to view them.
1978 Born in Sapporo, Hokkaido
1994-99 Studied basics, mainly abstraction, at Otani Art Department, Sapporo
2000 Moved to England, where he continued to create paintings while studying filmmaking
2003 Diploma Acquired Tine-Based Media (Film, Video & Digital Media)
2004 Moved to France
2005 Returned to Japan
Currently studying painting, poetry, and novels. , Tower Records posters, flyers, smartphone cover designs, etc. He presents his works at solo exhibitions, group exhibitions, and live paintings.
■ Koichi Nishimura
Born in Hokkaido, 1967
After dropping out of the oil painting department of Aichi Prefectural University of Fine Arts and Music, he continued to hold solo exhibitions while working as a steeplejack in Osaka.
Certified as a first-class scaffold mechanic.
2011- Lives and works in Tokyo
2013- Started Toseries
First showing of the Heart Series at the Hankyu Men's Building in Umeda, Osaka
Solo exhibition at Akane Gallery in Ginza, Tokyo
Solo exhibition at Pain au Srire every year
Presented "Heart with MASKING TAPE", and since then has been involved in the "Futako-Tamagawa Shopping Street
Produced "Futako-Heart Street" to fill the Futako-Tamagawa shopping street with hearts made of masking tape.
Also, "Traveling Heart Street," which creates masking tape hearts all over Japan, has become the center of his activities.
Annual production in Minato, Shibuya, and Setagaya wards on World Autism Awareness Day
Heart production on the campus of Kanto Gakuin University
Gallery Pinotica, solo exhibition
Sezon Art Gallery 360 pieces exhibition
Featured on a heart T-shirt at MORGAN homme. (Currently the 2019 version is also on sale)
Heart was also used for the jacket of singer Chris Hart's best album.
Public production at Kobe Sogo Sannomiya store and Loft, where the three-dimensional maste heart is exhibited for the first time.
He also produced hearts for the entire floor of Marunouchi House on the 7th floor of the Shin-Marunouchi Building in Marunouchi, Tokyo.
In addition to the Futakotamagawa shopping street, he has also worked in Harajuku, Shioda shopping street (Cat Street), Killer Street, and the Honey Building on Honey Street.
Killer Street, Honeyville (Otafukuwata), and year-round heart production at the temporary Shibuya Ward Office building.
Kumamoto, Kumamoto Mitsui Garden Hotel Kumamoto Heart production
Kochi Prefecture Hotel Geopark Yumeman Lantern in Muroto Geopark Heart production
Mitsui Outlet Park Kurashiki, Okayama: Heart photo panel production
Tachikawa Takashimaya Public production
Shinjuku Takashimaya Times Square, Shinjuku, Japan Heart objet d'art production (#LOVESHINJUKU)
Tokyo Metropolitan Human Rights Enlightenment Center, Heart used on poster for "World Human Rights Week".
Heart production at Grand Emio Tokorozawa
Heart production at Mark's Shizuoka
Heart production at the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare event at Tokyo Tower on World Autism Awareness Day
Asakusabashi Wrapping Club interior production (Shimojima Co., Ltd.)
Heart production for the interior of the Shibuya Ward childcare support "Neubora" (Shibuya Ward Mitake No. 2 Bunsho Building)
Installation of three-dimensional maste hearts at the Resident Registration Division (3F) of the Shibuya Ward Office
Heart used in posters and commercials for the Japan Boat Racing Promotion Association
PR for Albion's new foundation
instagram & twitter @nissyart
#masteart #maskingutapeart #futakoheartstreet #travelingheartstreet