ARTIST'S INTRODUCTION / STATEMENT
Art for Thought is proud to present an exhibition of TAKASHI OGAWA - KYOTO KOSAI - from January 5th to 14th, 2017. Born in Shizuoka, Japan in 1961, Takashi Ogawa is a talented artist who has traveled extensively, drawing inspiration from the beauty of light-filled landscapes and the joyous expressions of people. His paintings are a reflection of his deep appreciation for the play of light and color, and the sense of wonder and enchantment that it evokes.
The exhibition showcases Takashi Ogawa's most recent works, inspired by his travels to Kyoto, a city that captivates visitors with its bright colors and the interplay of light and shadow. His paintings capture the essence of Kyoto's changing seasons, from the delicate hues of cherry blossoms in spring to the vibrant colors of autumn leaves.
Don't miss the opportunity to experience the magic of Takashi Ogawa's art at Art for Thought. Join us on January 7th, 2017, for a special violin performance from 6:30 to 7:30 pm (reservation required). The exhibition is open from 11:00 am to 11:00 pm, and closed on Sundays and holidays.
Year 2015: Gallery Okabe (Ginza)
Year 2013: Gallery f/1 (Ochanomizu)
Year 2013: Miyuki Gallery (Ginza)
Year 2011: Gallery f/1 (Ochanomizu)
Year 2010: Toda Shoten Shizuoka Hon-ten Gallery (Shizuoka)
Year 2009: Gallery f/1 (Ochanomizu)
Year 2006: Da Baffo (Venice, Italy)
Year 2005: Tosho Shimbun Gallery (Kanda Ogawamachi)
Year 2003: Gallery 21+Ha (Ginza)
Year 2002: Toji Shoten Gallery (Kanda Jinbocho)