From February 1 (Tue) to 18 (Fri), 2022, Ilana Dashe, Jun Kim, Shoho Cho, and Yoko Minagawa will hold a four-person exhibition, "We" (Watashi Tachi).
ARTIST'S INTRODUCTION / STATEMENT
We are now more aware of what it means to be different and what it means to be the same.
Having different cultural backgrounds from Korea, China, the U.S., and Japan
We have lived in different countries and cultivated different perspectives.
Yet, we are the same in that we are both artists.
We look at the same world through different eyes, and we hope that you will be able to see the scenery expressed in each of our works.
Lives and works in Tokyo.
She creates works by layering countless numbers of lines and dots.
She has been showing her work "ANTI ENTROPY" since 2003.
She has had many solo and group exhibitions.
2013 "Jun Kim : Anti-Entropy" Solo exhibition at See|Exhibition Space (New York).
Recently, he has produced and exhibited "ONE, the LAND" and "DOT around me," which were inspired by an occurrence on a mountain road.
Born in California
B.F.A. in Graphic Design, Visual Communication Arts, Washington University in St. Louis
With a background in Colombian and American culture, she combines the natural beauty, icons, and architectural aesthetics of Japan
She has exhibited lithographs and silk screen works.
2021 Chiba City Museum of Art The 20th Japan International Art Exchange Exhibition
2021 Tokyo International Art Fair, etc. www.dasheprints.com
Born in Hebei, China
2013 Graduated from the Fashion Design Department of Tianjin Academy of Fine Arts, China
After gaining experience in the field of fashion design in Shanghai, she came to Japan in 2016.
2017 Attended printmaking studio Zabo House to study copper printmaking
2020 Completed MFA program at Tokyo University of the Arts
I feel that by creating my works one by one, I am trying to open a door and go out.
What I feel about the unknown world comes directly to mind as a form.
My imagination, memories, and myself at the moment of painting are mixed together and expressed.
1978 Born in Tokyo, lived in the U.S. from elementary school to high school
2001 Graduated from Keio University, Faculty of Environment and Information Studies
2006 Graduated from Tama Art University, Faculty of Art and Design
Focusing on two-dimensional works such as prints and paintings
I have a desire to capture the colors and forms of various emotions that have somehow been nurtured within the body or the inner universe.
I paint in the hope of capturing the colors and forms of various emotions that have been nurtured in the body or in the inner universe.
In this ever-changing world, both things that change and things that remain the same
I hope to be able to accept and love both the changing and the unchanging in this ever-changing world.