• Hebio Tamamura Solo Exhibition “Vacca”

    2021. 1. 08 Fri. - 2021. 1. 24 Sun.

    Open 8-11 + Saturdays and Sundays (8,9,10,11,16,17,23,24)

    DMOARTS is pleased to present "Vacca," Tamamura Hebio's solo exhibition themed on the Chinese zodiac, again this year.
    This series has continued since 2016, and this year's theme is "Ox". As the exhibition title "Vacca" (wacca - cow) suggests, we invite you to enjoy a series of illustrations based on the motif of "oxen," which have been associated with people in all cultures since ancient times.

    Hebio Tamamura Solo Exhibition「Vacca」
    2021.1.8 ― 1.24* 13:00 ― 19:00
    *8―11,Open Saturdays and Sundays(8,9,10,11,16,17,23,24)

    THE STORIES(1-7-13 Nakazakinishi, Kita-ku, Osaka City, Osaka Prefecture)
    5 min. walk from Nakazakicho Sta. on Osaka Metro Tanimachi Line (Exit 4)/Ha-mura Onsen, Je-bi Koen Intermediate

    [Events during the exhibition]
    「Vacca illustrated strolling」
    9(Sat)、16(Sat)、23(Sat) 15:00~
    A "pictorial" gallery talk by Hebio Tamamura, who will explain each piece, to be live-streamed on Instagram @dmoarts.
    Free of charge, no reservation required


    Hevio Tamamura
    Born in 1971 in Kyoto, Japan
    After working as a graphic designer, he is now working as a freelance illustrator.
    I wanted to be a "Doctor of Insects" when I was a child, although the form has changed a little.
    I still love the creatures and maybe there are some there.
    He specializes in depicting unidentifiable beings.
    We try to create illustrations that make the viewer imagine the movement of the picture and the story.
    Created works such as logos, illustrations, and characters.

  • Hiroshi Morinaga Illustration Exhibition “The Age of Masks 2020”

    2020. 12. 18 Fri. - 2020. 12. 27 Sun.


    Just as Hokusai recorded the customs of Edo in his "Hokusai Manga," only painting can realistically record the unprecedented society that is now covered in masks. That is why he went out on the town, to Mt. Koya and to a remote island far to the south, and drew 1,000 mask paintings. 1000 paintings at once are now on view. Astonishment at a glance. If there is no artistic surprise, it is not art! (Hiroshi Morinaga)

    From morning till night, we pass by only masked faces. We have become accustomed to seeing masked people in our daily lives due to the spread of the new coronavirus, but if you look closely, you will see that they are also wearing masks of various kinds. Hiroshi Morinaga, 70, a writer and editor, draws masked people every day, saying, "I want to leave them behind as a record of customs and manners in 2020. His goal was to create 1,000 masked people in 1,000 different styles. The exhibition will be held as a fitting conclusion to the year 2020, with the paintings filling the entire exhibition hall. 2F of THE STORIES will concurrently host another series of Morinaga's paintings, "Senju-ga Exhibition". A total of 2,000 works will be on display, making for a powerful exhibition. Naoki Tachikawa will participate in the music selection for the background music at the venue.

    Hiroshi Morinaga
    Born in 1950, he has been an editor since 1970. He launched "For Life Magazine" with Keiichi Tanaami as AD, and "Monthly Novel King" with Hiroshi Aramata's "Teito Monogatari" as serial.
    He made his debut as a writer in 1986 with "Harajuku Gold Rush. Since then, he has published Island Trip Notebook and trilogy "Dropout no Erai Hito", his autobiography "What I Dreamed of When I Wandered Down That Alley Has Almost Come True", and "Stranger Than Illusion", co-authored with Keiichi Tanaami, and many other books. Currently, he is the personality of FM COCOLO's "Radio Shangri-La" with Naoki Tachikawa. His latest work is "Yamazaki Masayuki Gyokuon Houdan Tenjo Tenge Tenge Yada Dokuro" (Yamazaki Masayuki Gyokuon Houdan: Tenjo Tenge Yuiga Dokuro).
    Website http://www.morinaga-hiroshi.com
    Twitter @DIAMOND__ROUGH

    Hiroshi Morinaga Illustration Exhibition
    「The Age of Masks 2020」
    2020.12.18(Fri)〜27(Sun) Friday, Saturday and Sunday each week 13:00〜19:00
    Venue:Nakazaki-cho THE STORIES 1-7-13 Nakazakinishi, Kita-ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka 530-0015, Japan

    12.18(Fri) Hiroshi Morinaga in the gallery、It depicts you in a mask.


    Once upon a time, I decided to take a ride in a small Cessna with a capacity of nine passengers from an airfield where strong winds were blowing in early spring. The passenger was Mr. Morinaga, who at the time was producing all aspects of Gonchichi promotions. When I sat down in my seat, feeling uneasy, Mr. Morinaga, who was in the seat in front of me, said with a smile, "It's survival, isn't it?
    Hiroshi Morinaga" is a subatomic particle that exists only at the tip of the leading edge. So we must watch the masks and hands drawn by elementary particles at the tip of this age of true survival.

    Gonzalez, Mikami


    Mr. Morinaga sensitively captures interesting things that no one else notices, and teaches them to us in a gentle way.
    I didn't realize you had such talent as well! Thank you for always surprising me.

    Chichi Matsumura


    There is no such thing as a normal day. With Mr. Morinaga, even the gloomy, lightly overcast skies are not a surprise.
    It seems like the entrance to a galaxy leading to an endless universe.
    There is no such thing as a boring day. When we walk, a strange reality invites us into its labyrinth.
    Humorous and frightening masked humans, you see, beckon.
    Welcome to the future. And.

    Tomoyasu Hotei


    Congratulations on your solo exhibition, Mr. Morinaga.
    They were sending me picture diaries on a daily basis.
    Where did he get the vitality to continue painting without slowing down at all this year? I'm going to find out.
    I am always reassured by the presence of the yankee ojisama.
    Please have a drink when you settle down again.

    Kazuyoshi Saito


    Mr. Morinaga is a flexible person.
    And he is animalistic, intuitive, and hedonistic.
    The overwhelming mass of text and pictures is, after all, overwhelmingly laconic, but
    When I actually met him, he is by far the best listener.
    It's overwhelmingly thoughtful, yet instinctive.

    YO-KING (Magokoro Brothers)


    Mr. N. described "me and M' as a psychedelic Simon & Garfunkel."
    M''s partner of 50 years, M's natural high has recently become more and more polished, and from the first time he showed me his latest mask painting, I thought it was very typical.
    I hope you will enjoy the unique artistic world of 'M' with a natural feeling.



    「Breath of the times」

    When I was a child, my Japanese teacher told me, "Just write what you see. You don't have to try to write well. I understood what he meant by not trying to write well, but I thought that if I could write as I saw it, I would have no trouble, and that it would be difficult, so I would have to think a lot.

    Now, Hiroshi Morinaga's "The Age Of Mask 2020" reminds me of the phrase "write what you see. There is nothing interesting about writing "as you see it. Through Mr. Morinaga's eyes, the instantaneous memory falls on the paper. The book is filled with Morinaga's viewpoints and thoughts. The works, which are created by a psychoanalyst-like paintbrush while sensing the true feelings hidden beneath the mask, irresistibly stimulate the desire of the viewer.

    Kadokami Takeshi


    It is a prophetic book to an unknown path.
    I think you are a person who sees. No, perhaps the correct expression is "a person who sees.
    Whether it is a book, film, or photograph, Hiroshi Morinaga sees not only what is present in the text, video, or image, but also what is entrusted behind the scenes. And then he transmits it. With the cold fervor of a bard, he does so in a simple, unaffected manner.
    Mr. Morinaga painted a thousand people wearing masks, which suddenly changed the landscape in the year 2020. We have become accustomed to seeing them over time. What did Mr. Morinaga see, what awed him, and what did he hope for in his brushstrokes? This exhibition, "The Age Of Mask 2020," is a record of his soul.
    A crowd of masks covered Japan. It is like a pilgrimage of masks. Where are we headed? Is there really a Mecca? And if so, where? After viewing "The Age Of Mask 2020" exhibition, the scenery of the city you see on your way to and from the exhibition will be completely different. Perhaps it is in these differences and discrepancies that Mr. Morinaga was looking at. Because excellent art is always a prophecy book for an unknown road.

    Nishibayashi Hatsuaki


    An uncle is the biggest taboo in the Morinaga family. It was when I was over 20 years old that I learned that I had an uncle. My grandfather once told me that Hiroshi lived his life breathing different air from others. In the year 2020, all people were forced to wear masks over their mouths and noses and forbidden the freedom to breathe the same air as everyone else. In this landscape where everyone feels suffocated, my uncle found freedom alone. He does not try to depict freedom by cutting holes or tearing off the mask that blocks his mouth and nose. By carefully and painstakingly depicting this landscape, the artist teaches us to open a hole in the suffocating landscape, to create a rift, and to breathe different air from others.

    Kunihiko Morinaga


    Request to all visitors.
    Please be sure to wear a mask when visiting.
    We ask for your cooperation in hand sanitizing at the entrance.
    We will take your temperature at the entrance.
    If a fever of 37.5 degrees Celsius or higher is observed, admission will be denied.
    Admission may be restricted to prevent congestion.
    Please follow the instructions of the staff.

  • Ryoki Kurasaki & Kurumi Kotani Duo Exhibition“ there-was”

    2020. 11. 21 Sat. - 2020. 12. 20 Sun.

    Fridays 15:00―19:00 / Saturdays, Sundays and holiday 13:00―19:00
    *December 21 11:00―15:00 Open for appointments

    [UNKNOWN ASIA 2020 ONLINE special exhibition]
    December 12th Sat & 13th Sun. 10 a.m.―8 p.m. JST
    >> unknownasia.net
    Ryoki Kurasaki & Kurumi Kotani duo exhibition “there-was” will participate in UNKNOWN ASIA 2020 ONLINE, an art fair which will be held virtually for the very first time. Communication tools such as chat and video call will be provides as well as exhibition views. We welcome your access from all over the world!

    [Announcement for the temporary closure]
    Due to the Osaka governor's Stay-at-home requests, the gallery will not open from 4th to 16th December.
    We will open for the following hour at the last week of the exhibition.
    Thursday, 17th Dec. 15:00―19:00*
    Friday, 18th Dec. 15:00―19:00
    Saturday 19th &,20th Dec. 13:00―19:00
    Monday, 21st Dec. 11:00―15:00*
    *Additional open day

    November 21 – December 20, 2020
    Fridays 15:00―19:00 / Saturdays, Sundays and holiday 13:00―19:00
    *December 21 11:00―15:00 Open for appointments

    2-1-16 B1F, Kitahama, Chuo-ku, Osaka, 541-0041
    (3min. away from Kitahama station, Osaka Metro))

    Produced by DMOARTS
    Contact: info@dmoarts.com<

    DMOARTS is pleased to present “there-was,” a duo exhibition of works by Ryoki Kurasaki and Kurumi Kotani. The exhibition focuses on the concept of two contemporaries having in common ‘trace’ or ‘sign’ ― in other words, what ‘there-was.’

    倉崎稜希|Ryoki Kurasaki
    Kurasaki finishes his pieces of work by processing with fire as a metaphor for life. The substances and phenomena̶the exposed space and the transformed medium̶ that occurred by flame are his essential material. The exhibition “there-was” features the brand new series that wax-modeled framed painting melts by fire, as well as the partly burned portraited oil painting on the place where eyes are supposed to be.

    小谷くるみ|Kurumi Kotani
    Kotani presents mainly painting work in the theme of time, trace, sign̶in other words, what there was. The exhibition “there-was” features signature series “21g,” the entire surface is compared as “window,” and on the glass with condensation are traces of someone, and the series “Iron Rust,” which is even more ambitious for the artist.

    Ryoki Kurasaki & Kurumi Kotani collection book "Ryoki Kurasaki / Kurumi Kotani"
    The very first collection book of the two artist from "there-was." Release on November 21, 2020
    Published by digmeout press
    40 pages in full color
    Japanese/English bilingual
    Ask info@dmoarts.com to purchase


    2020. 12. 17 Thu. - 2020. 12. 20 Sun.

    ART OSAKA WALL by APCA", a spin-off project of the art fair "ART OSAKA" which was canceled due to the new coronavirus, will be held at the "Yamakawa Building" located in Sonezaki, Osaka, where DMOARTS will also exhibit. ART OSAKA" has the longest history among the ongoing art fairs in Japan, and has been a hotel-type art fair specializing in contemporary art, but for this fair, it will step out of the hotel and take place in the "Yamakawa Building," which is located near the old gallery district of Nishitenma, not far from the old Omamatsu-cho, where the entire floor will be used as exhibition space. From DMOARTS, we will introduce three artists, Saki Matsumura, Takuro Tamura, and HIN. We hope you will enjoy the exhibition at the end of the year.

    Saki Matsumura
    Born in Nagano, Japan in 1993, he completed his master's degree in painting at Kyoto University of Art and Design, Department of Fine Arts in 2017. Lives and works in Kyoto. Exhibits mainly in the Kansai region. In recent years, also does commission work, such as installing works in offices.
    He attempts to visualize abstract concepts through acrylic paintings, silkscreens, and other painting works with complex layers and a three-dimensional feel. The works create the illusion of a relationship between the ground and the figure, and the sprayed matiere emphasizes the unevenness of the surface, creating a cognitive gap between the viewer's perception and the reality of the work.

    Takuro Tamura
    Born in 1989 in Osaka, Japan, he graduated from Kyoto University of Art and Design, Integrated Arts Course in 2016. Currently based in Kyoto. By creating works from different angles of things that most people have a common perception of or are unconscious of, he aims to create expressions that affect the viewer's daily life, for better or worse.

    Born in Chiba, Japan in 1990, he graduated from Tama Art University's Department of Graphic Design in 2014.
    By using pixel representation as an "abstraction of information," the artist attempts to antidote information overload and expresses a sensual and relaxed world.
    He has held live painting events at "Livepainting" (OIL by Bijutsu Techo, Tokyo, 2020) as well as solo exhibitions at "Virtual Wall" (Curiosity Small Room 2 by H.P.FRANCE, Osaka, 2019). Y gion x Yoshimoto Art" (Y gion, Kyoto, 2019) and "Aki Tsukamoto x HIN" (Void, Tokyo, 2019), as well as group exhibitions in Tokyo, Shanghai, and other cities.

    日程:2020.12.17.(Thu)-20(Sun) *Admission time only, advance reservation required
       preview:12.17(Thu) 11:00-19:00 *Invited guests and press only
       read permission:12.18(Fri)11:00-18:00
    Venue:Yamakawa Building 1F、2F、4F、5F
    1-7-3 Sonezaki, Kita-ku, Osaka 530-0057, Japan
    Six-minute walk from Exit 7 of Higashi-Umeda Station on the Osaka Metro Tanimachi Line, eight-minute walk from JR Kitashinchi Station
    Exhibit Gallery:28Gallery

    Admission fee:¥1,200-. / 1day pass *Advance reservation required

    Organizing:Japan Association for the Promotion of Contemporary Art
    Sponsor(Support and Cooperation):Interoffice Corporation, Dime Corporation, The Globe Ltd., E-Plus, FM802, FM COCOLO, UNKNOWN ASIA, Art Scenes
    Official Website:https://wall.artosaka.jp

  • Kuroneko Design Solo Exhibition “JAM SESSION”

    2020. 10. 09 Fri. - 2020. 10. 25 Sun.

    *Open on Fridays to Sundays

    2020.10.9 Fri. - 2020.10.25 Sun.
    *Friday ― Sunday 13:00~19:00 Open
    THE STORIES(1-7-13, Nakazakinishi 1-chome, Kita-ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka)
    5 min. walk from Nakazakicho Sta. on Osaka Metro Tanimachi Line (Exit 4)/Ha-mura Onsen, Je-bi Koen Intermediate
    Produced by DMOARTS / Cooperated by Retro Printing JAM

    DMOARTS is pleased to present "JAM SESSION," a solo exhibition of black cat designs.
    The first silk-screened works expressing the nostalgic style of the Kuroneko design, including new paintings featuring "Kuroneko Robin-chan" will be shown for the first time.
    The works will be available at the same time at the DMOARTS online store. At the venue and around the world. We hope you will enjoy the further evolved "Robin-chan World"!

    ★★★ ROBIN-CHAN SURIMACCA Workshop ★★★
    We will be holding a double workshop where you can make your own original ROBIN-chan goods using the "SURIMACCA" silkscreen kit by Retro Printing JAM, both onsite and online! Please feel free to join us.


    You can print your own ROBIN-chan on your favorite items such as drawstring, toy box, shoulder tote, etc.!

    Kuroneko Design Solo Exhibition "JAM SESSION" THE STORIES (1-7-13 Nakazakinishi, Kita-ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka)
    5 min. walk from Nakazakicho Sta. on Osaka Metro Tanimachi Line (Exit 4)/Ha-mura Onsen, Je-bi Koen Intermediate

    [date(s) (e.g. for exhibition)]

    [Entrance fee]
    ¥3500~¥4500(Depends on the size and material of the plate. You can choose on the day)

    [The time required]
    About 15 minutes per session / About 4 pairs per hour
    Please reserve 1 ticket per 2 participants. (Excluding parents, guardians, observers and other attendants)

    [(on) a priority basis by appointment]
    ※We will take you in order within your reserved time slot. Please note that you may have to wait up to one hour.
    ※Children are welcome to participate. We recommend that young children be accompanied by a parent or guardian because of the dirty work involved.
    ※You can also jump in at the venue on the day of the event if there is enough time to spare.

    Click here to make a reservation!
    Click here:https://kuronekodesign-jamsession.peatix.com/
    ※Please note that there are separate reservation pages for each week.


    Special online workshop!
    A limited number of very rare "Robin-chan" silkscreened prints will be available for sale and delivered to your home along with the SURIMACCA set! Retro Printing JAM's professional staff will gently explain how to use the prints to all participants. Can you print well under the watchful eye of Kuroneko Designs?

    [Date and Time]
    2020.10.18(Sun) 11:00―12:00

    [Number of people accepted]
    Limited to 10 pairs

    [entrance fee]
    ¥16,500(tax included)
    What's included:
    ・ROBIN-chan silkscreen print
    ・Silkscreen version of the artwork certificate
    ・SURIMACCA at home set (includes ink, toy box, shoulder tote, and SURIMACCA itself)
    ・Right to participate in online lectures (Zoom) for a specified time

    [Reservation Deadline]
    As soon as they sell out~10.10(Wed)until

    ※Actual picture may differ

    kuroneko design
    Since its launch in 2011, Kuro-Neko Takumi has gained popularity for its picture books and original goods featuring the character "Kuro-Neko Robin-chan," who has pointy claws and a snarl on his face and a cocky, oblique look in his eyes. With a sophisticated design sense cultivated as a commercial illustrator and nostalgic details, he continues to distinguish himself from other illustrations and characters.
    Interview :https://dmoarts.com/interview/

    Measures to Prevent the Spread of the New Coronavirus
    ・All visitors are required to wear masks, and we ask for your cooperation in preventing infection by disinfecting with alcohol, etc.
    ・Visitors whose body temperature is 37.5°C or higher or who are not in good physical condition may be denied admission.
    ・Please cooperate with "Osaka Corona Tracking System Registration" on the day of the event.
    ※QR code will be presented at the opening.
    If you do not have a device to read OR codes, please fill in the required fields on the card provided at the venue.
    ・The number of people may be limited in order to avoid congestion in the venue.

  • DMOARTS in artTNZ

    2020. 9. 17 Thu. - 2020. 9. 21 Mon.

    September 17 by invitation only

    DMOARTS will exhibit at "artTNZ", an art fair to be held at TERRADA ART COMPLEX II in Tennozu, Tokyo. DMOARTS will introduce two artists, Kurumi Kotani and Ryoki Kurasaki.
    Kurumi Kotani's "21g," a group of works, is said to be the weight of the soul, alluding to the supernatural without directly depicting it by suggesting what once existed. Ryoki Kurasaki uses flames as a symbol of life and death, and in "Traces of the soul," the intense burning reminds us of finite life and what remains.
    The venue will be open by reservation only, so please make a reservation in advance and come as much as you can afford.

    Date and Time:2020.9.17(Thu)— 21(Mon)
    *September 17 (Thursday) is by invitation only.
    1-32-8 Higashi-Shinagawa, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo 140-0002, Japan

    Kurumi Kotani
    Born in 1994, he will complete his master's degree in Painting at Kyoto University of Art and Design in 2019.
    He creates paintings on the theme of relationships, signs, and traces of existence. In her signature series of paintings, "21g," the entire screen is conceived as a "window," leaving traces of someone's touch on the condensed surface of the glass. Her interest in mystical or supernatural phenomena makes her paintings reminiscent of scenes from horror movies, bringing to the surface the presence of an invisible and uncertain entity.

    Ryoki Kurasaki
    Born in Fukuoka, Japan in 1995, he graduated from Kyushu Designer Gakuin in 2016.
    Kurasaki attempts to pursue the reality of his motifs by burning the parts of his oil portraits that used to be the eyes. The phenomena and materials generated by the flames as a metaphor for life, the exposed space, and the structure of the canvas itself are important components of his work.


    2020. 10. 01 Thu. - 2020. 10. 03 Sat.

    Juno Mizobuchi

    Triangle, 2020, wood panel acrylic, approx. H725 x W1455 mm

    Kurumi Kotani

    Virginia, 2020, wood panel, cotton cloth, acrylic, H455 x W380mm

    Saki Matsumura

    combination-switchbacks, 2020, wood panel, cotton fabric, acrylic paint, H803 x W652 x D50mm

    Sakurako Fujii

    0512_04, 2020, digital drawing, alcohol ink, H545 x W424mm

    Takuro Tamura

    Lovers#4, 2020, FRP, mirror, mortar, H2750×W860×D380mm

    Tomoshi Yasuda

    1.278ppi_15, 2017, oil on canvas, H333 x W242 x D20mm


    REBORN, 2020, acrylic paint and oil pen, H420 x W297mm

    To be a "tangent" to share the value of enjoying art.
    SESSEN" means "tangent. In the space called "office" where many people interact and spend a lot of time, we will exhibit selected artworks that we recommend for the current collection. The works of seven young and talented artists will be presented in the form of an art fair.

    Viewing artwork in the office provides an experience previously unavailable in museums and galleries.
    It is easy to imagine "if the artwork is actually displayed in a living space.
    To feel "how art can comfortably transform a space and bring inspiration."
    In the new normal social environment where people spend more time in specific places such as their homes and offices, the "power of art" is needed more than ever, and can be enjoyed as a one-stop shop from viewing to purchasing.

    This exhibition is planned with the cooperation of TEZUKAYAMA GALLERY and keshiki.jp, and will be held at the offices of FM802 & FM COCOLO, radio stations that continue to transmit music from Osaka. COCOLO", a radio station that continues to transmit music from Osaka. The event will be held at the offices of FM802 & FM COCOLO, two radio stations that continue to transmit music from Osaka, and will feature a unique fusion of contemporary art and music.

    To be an opportunity for viewers, collectors, artists, galleries, companies, and other people to make contact with each other. And from dots to lines. Our goal is to create a tangent line where people can share the value of enjoying art.

    Juno Mizobuchi
    Kurumi Kotani
    Saki Matsumura
    Sakurako Fujii
    Takuro Tamura
    Tomoshi Yasuda

    session 2020.10.1(Thu) ―3(Sat)
    preview 10.1(Thu) 15:00 - 19:00 (Invitees and related persons only)
    Public 10.2(Fri) 14:00 - 19:00
    10.3(Sat) 12:00 - 17:00
    ※Entry until 1 hour before the end of the day
    ※Free entrance, advance reservation required
    Venue FM802 / FM COCOLO head office
    2-6 Tenjinbashi 2-chome-kita, Kita-ku, Osaka 530-0041, Japan
    Minamimorimachi station on Osaka Metro Tamamachi Line
    Organizing DMOARTS digmeout
    Support FM802 FM COCOLO
    Cooperation TEZUKAYAMA GALLERY Keshiki.jp

    For the official website and reservations for the visit, please visitthis way

  • DELTA Experiment

    2020. 8. 28 Fri. - 2020. 8. 30 Sun.

    In 2020, the new coronavirus has spread globally, and the art business environment has been severely affected. Many of the world's major art fairs, including Art Basel, have been forced to cancel their exhibitions, and galleries have been unable to hold exhibitions, which has had a significant impact on the activities of galleries and artists.
    Although the realistic viewing environment is a major purchasing factor when dealing with the "material" of artworks, I feel that the art scene as a whole is at a turning point, with the rapid shift to online viewing, which has been a potential problem.
    In this context, we are aware that there is still a lack of presentations by galleries and directors with cutting-edge and new sensibilities here in Osaka, and we have decided to organize the "DELTA Experiment". With a different perspective from existing art fairs, we aim to create a new "venue" that connects galleries, collectors, and art fans.
    Exhibiting galleries are carefully selected from 7 galleries in Tokyo, Osaka and Kyoto that are presenting cutting-edge exhibitions and artists. We provide a situation where people can enjoy art both in real venues and online. Collectors and fans then enjoy and purchase art, creating a cycle. The goal of the DELTA Experiment is to share the joy of accessing a scene and a community with as many people as possible.

    DELTA Executive Committee
    Shinpei Okada (TEZUKAYAMA GALLERY) / Ryo Takahashi (DMOARTS)


    Date and Time
    Friday, August 28 - Sunday, August 30, 2020
    Friday, August 28 15:00 - 19:00
    Saturday, August 29 12:00 - 19:00 (*Gallery Talk 18:00 – 19:00)
    August 30 (Sun.) 12:00 - 18:00

    Yamazaki Bldg. 2F, 1-19-27 Minamihorie, Nishi-ku, Osaka 550-0015, Japan

    DELTA Executive Committee
    Shinpei Okada / Ryo Takahashi

    contact information

    Official Site

    As a precaution against coronavirus infection, visitors are requested to reserve admission tickets in advance. (Free of charge)
    All visitors are required to wear masks, and we ask for your cooperation in preventing infection by disinfecting with alcohol, etc.
    Please register the Osaka Corona Tracking System at the time of your visit before entering the venue.
    The date and time of the event may be subject to change due to changes in the infection situation or other reasons.
    Please note that any changes will be announced on the website.
    Please note that you may be asked to wait to enter the venue depending on how crowded the venue is.

    Priority will be given to those who make reservations in advance. Please make a reservation in advance before coming to the venue.
    For reservationsPeatix

    DELTA Executive Committee



  • Yoshitaka Goto Exhibition “Journey to UNKNOWN”

    2020. 7. 23 Thu. - 2020. 8. 10 Mon.

    Yoshitaka Goto Exhibition "Journey to UNKNOWN"

    2020.7.23 fri. - 8.10 sun.
    ※Open 7.23(Holi) 24(Holi) 25(Sat) 26(Sun) 31(Fri) 8.1(Sat) 2(Sun) 7(Fri) 8(Sat) 9(Sun) 10(Holi) 13:00〜19:00
    THE STORIES(1-7-13, Nakazakinishi 1-chome, Kita-ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka)

    Yoshitaka Goto has been traveling from Asia to Europe and the United States, creating unique landscape photographs that transcend time and space, making full use of the photographic expression of "multiple exposure". This exhibition will be a record of his "journey into the unknown".

    Yoshitaka Goto
    Film Photographer / Lomographer. Inspired by users who enjoy taking pictures without being bound by stereotypes, he immersed himself in analog techniques such as multiple exposures and cross-process development, always thinking about how to express the world of CG and science fiction movies with analog techniques. His works have been exhibited at solo exhibitions in Tokyo and Osaka, and have also been used in various fields as artwork for advertisements and other media. On the other hand, he is also active as a guest lecturer at vocational schools and as a guest speaker at workshops and talk sessions.

    Multiple exposure photography experience with an instant camera. Reservations not required.
    Multiple exposure portraits will be taken of those who wish to have their portraits taken. (3 photos for 1,000 yen) You can take the photos home with you.

    To help prevent the spread of coronavirus infection, we ask for your cooperation in the following ways
    1)Visitors' body temperatures will be measured at the reception desk. Visitors with a body temperature of 37 degrees Celsius or higher and their companions may be denied entry.
    2)Please be sure to wear a mask when you come to the venue. Masks will be available at the venue for those who do not have one.
    3)Please be sure to disinfect your hands with alcohol at the entrance before entering and leaving the building.
    4)Admission may be limited due to venue capacity. Please understand this in advance.

    <Concurrently Held>
    Yoshitaka Goto Photo Exhibition "The Power of Analog"
    Reservation service on line for guaranteed entry (with benefits!) Please use this service.
    Venue:KiyoBank×802 NAMBA SQUARE
    5-1-60 Namba, Chuo-ku, Osaka
    Nankai Electric Railway Namba Station, 2nd floor, outside the central ticket gate

  • digmeout presents ART GIVES YOU A SMILE

    2020. 4. 17 Fri. - 2021. 4. 16 Fri.

    digmeout presents ART GIVES YOU A SMILE 「アートで笑顔を」

    digmeout is pleased to present “ART GIVES YOU A SMILE,” the project brings you a smile and encouragement. Even though during the fight against the new coronavirus, digmeout artists keep publishing positive messages. We hope the artworks of digmeout may make many smiles.

    Download Your Favorite Art!

    The project aims to create opportunities for artists to express, and to connect people’s empathy into financial supports by purchasing the imagery.
    You can download your favorite artwork that can be set in your socials media as background, icons, or so on.
    It is your decision how much the price is. All the proceeds will be returned to each artist.