RISO KAGAKU CORP. GOCCOART EXHIBITION
2011. 8. 24 Wed. - 2011. 9. 06 Tue.RISO KAGAKU CORP.
GOCCOART EXHIBITIONAugust 24 (Wed) - September 6 (Tue), 2011 at DMO ARTSThis is an exhibition of screen prints made using RISO Kagaku Corporation's latest digital screen maker, GOCCOPRO 100.
Exhibited are the works of the artists from Tokyo and Osaka, who enjoyed exploring the new possibilities of screen printing.
There will be workshops held by those artists during this exhibition.
IZUMONESIAexplores expressions of prints on the theme of folklore in the 20th-21st century.
After a press release at the Nihonbashi DIC Color Square in 2006, he debuted as an artist at the gallery in Morioka Bookstore in 2007.
The fabric design he created with Misuzudo at the Daikanyama Cocca, which expressed Japanese tradition in contemporary style, gained a lot of attention.
In 2011, he created an art unit Printa Aminizumo with the artists Shishi Yamazaki, Keiko Akatsuka, and Kuniko Otomo basing in the studio in the Setagaya Monozukuri Gakko.http://izumonesia.jp/
Shishi YamazakiBorn in 1989, entered the Tokyo University of the Arts, majoring in design.
In 2010, her short video was selected for the PRADA Project Yo!
Video and was screened at the PRADA stores in Aoyama, Ginza, and Nagoya.
In 2011, she participated in RISO GOCCOPRO Exhibition / Printa Animizumo Exhibition held at IID Setagaya Monozukuri Gakko.
http://nunobu.wordpress.com/2011/02/03/Since May 11, 2011, she has been creating one mask (face) a day.
Kuniko Otomo Born in 1984, received a BFA from the Tama Art University and a MFA from the University of Tsukuba.
As a recipient of Finnish Government Scholarship, she studied abroad to Europe in 2009.
Also she has received many awards.
Her design is characterized by its quality enhanced based on her drawing.
While working as a textile designer, she has been making artwork which transcends the field of design.
Akatsuka is an illustrator who creates emblems in contemporary style based on various kinds of symbols coming from core folklore in Europe, colonies in South America and folk motif in Japan.
The world depicted by detailed drawing transcends the existing emblem studies and opens up a new horizon in the new age.
Mayumi Terada Born in 1969.
Terada created artwork for Think Transplant campaign, Keihan Kyobashi station stairway, FM802 HAPPY FUN RADIO website, NISSAN cube ART ROOM Valentine's Day message card, FM802 x JA OSAKA LOVER'S DRIVE campaign, and many magazines and advertisements.
With simple lines Terada depicts daily life of characters which is full of warmness.
She has been creating many artwork with RISO KAGAKU Corporation's Print Gokko and RISO-Graph
Human figures and typography in CHO-CHAN's artwork possess coolness and humor.
She has created advertisements, posters, book covers, CD jackets, as well as designing T-shirts and bags.
She has also participated in exhibitions both in Japan and overseas hoping that her artwork that excites viewers.
Since he made a flyer for a club party, handsome design taught himself design.
He creates CD/vinyl jackets mainly of musicians from overseas, advertisements, posters, logos and apparel.
He gained recognition when he designed campaign visuals for Panasonic x FM802 D-SNAPPERS IN MGR and NISSAN WINGROAD x digmeout SECRET GARAGE.
Mocchi mocchi is an art unit of the Mochizuki sisters: Sachiko and Junko.
They both graduated from the Masa Mode Academy of Art.
While creating/selling cards and artwork made with screen printing, they also design convenience goods, textile, greeting cards, posters and calendars.
They exhibit works both in Japan and overseas.
My First ART series made using GOCCOPRO 100
New My First ART series are released by the participating artists for GOCCOART Exhibition and artists from DMO ARTS.
The works are screen prints made using GOCCOPRO 100, all signed and numbered by the artists.
Every screen print is accompanied by a proof of authenticity signed by the artist.
It is 9800 yen each (incl. tax, w/o frame).
My First ART series are available to go at the time of purchase.
Pants and camisole designed by IZUMONESIA
Art pants and camisole of GUNZE BODY WILD series, designed by Izumonesia/NewEsperantoLavel, will be available at DMO ARTS.
The avant-garde design shows factories in Russia with a sense of humor.
We have pants for both men and women.
Men's low-rise boxer: 1,890 JPY / Women's short pants: 1,575 JPY / Women's short camisole: 2,100 JPY (incl. tax)