• Collaboration exhibition “BLACK CAT ROBIN” by FM802 and Kuroneko Design

    2019. 11. 22 Fri. - 2020. 3. 08 Sun.

    (The tour and closing days and hours of each venue are in accordance with the venue.

    Collaboration exhibition "BLACK CAT ROBIN" by FM802 and Kuroneko Design
    2020/2/22 Sat.-3/8 Sun.*
    *Open on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays during the exhibition period.
    2 / 22, 23, 24, 28, 29, 3/1, 6, 7, 8

    2/22 17:00-19:00 Opening Reception

    (1-7-13, Nakazakinishi 1-chome, Kita-ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka)
    12:00 - 19:00

    Kuroneko Takumi is a unit that has gained popularity for its picture books and original goods featuring the character "Kuroneko Robin-chan," who has pointy claws, a snarl, and a cocky, oblique look in her eyes.
    BLACK CAT ROBIN" was held simultaneously in Tokyo and Fukuoka at the end of 2019 as a collaborative exhibition between Kuroneko Design and FM802/FM COCOLO and was well received. DMOARTS will now publish the picture book "Kuroneko Robin-chan Biroon", the third book by Kuroneko Design, and at the same time hold the "BLACK CAT ROBIN" Osaka exhibition at THE STORIES in Nakazaki-cho.
    In addition to new picture books, art including prints will be exhibited and sold.
    In addition, original "Kuroneko Robin-chan" goods will be available in collaboration with FM802, including calendars, stationery, and special greeting cards that you will want to give as gifts.

    Look forward to Lobin-chan products that can only be purchased at the respective exhibition venues!
    Some of them will also be available at the online store "RADIPASSTORE" starting Thursday, December 7!

    Kuro-Neko Robin-chan 2019 Calendar starting in March

    Kuroneko Robin-chan Greeting Card

    Kuroneko Robin-chan Fabric (knit cap, hand towel, limited color tote bag)

    Acrylic key holder - limited advance design (left: Tokyo, right: Fukuoka exhibition)

    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.

    [Tokyo] November 22 (Fri) - December 30 (Mon)
    (Asakusa BANK BED GALLERY, 2-8-5 Nishi Asakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0035)

    [Fukuoka] December 7 (Sat) - January 4, 2020 (Sat)
    (Ropponmatsu Tsutaya, 4-2-1 Ropponmatsu, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka-shi, Fukuoka, 810-0044, Japan)
    December 7(Sat) 15:00~16:00 Gallery Talk!
    For more information

  • Rooo Lou exhibition “RELIFE”

    2020. 2. 08 Sat. - 2020. 3. 01 Sun.

    2020 2/8 Sat. - 3/1 Sun.
    at TAG STÅ

    We are pleased to announce Rooo Lou's solo exhibition "RELIFE".
    In his solo exhibition "LIFE" held in Osaka last May, he cut out and expressed people's casual gestures and daily life.
    In this exhibition, "LIFE" will be presented again from all angles and in a deeper way, with new works in his first solo exhibition in Fukuoka.
In addition to approximately 30 works of art, many new goods will be on sale.
    We look forward to seeing you at the exhibition.

    Produced by DMOARTS

    Rooo Lou
    Artist / Designer
    He specializes in simple portraits of people spun out with lines and colors, and works on a wide range of projects from planning to production, including corporate and apparel promotions, collaborative goods, etc. He is also a member of the board of directors of the Japan Art Association.
    Instagram : rooo_illust

    OPEN 7:00 - 20:00
    Space Cube 1F, 1-7-11 Haruyoshi, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka City, Fukuoka 810-0003, Japan
    Tel 092-724-7721


    2020. 9. 25 Fri. - 2020. 9. 27 Sun.

    Preview:9.25 thu

    *20th February, 2020 ART in PARK HOTEL will be rescheduled into 25th to 27th September.

    Friday, 25th - Sunday, 27th September
    Thursday, 19th - Saturday, 21st March, 2020
    Preview day: Sunday, 25th September

    DMOARTS is pleased to announce participation to ART in PARK HOTEL TOKYO 2020, beholding at Park Hotel Tokyo on 26th and 27th September.

    In room 2729, the exhibition entitled “there-was” will introduce two artists in the same generation, who have similar themes of “the trace and the reverence for invisible.”

    *Please do not hesitate to contact info@dmoarts.com if you have interest in the price list


    Kurumi Kotani|小谷くるみ
    Graduated the master's course at Kyoto University of Art and Design graduate school of Art Major, Art and Design Studies in 2019.
    Kotani’s paintings mention relationships and what there was. In Kurumi Kotani’s signature series 21g the entire surface is treated like a “window,” and on the glass with condensation are traces of someone. Kotani, who is interested in the mystical or supernatural phenomenon, creates an image that reminds us of horror movies and indicates the presence of something unsure.

    Ryoki Kurasaki|倉崎稜希
    Born in Fukuoka, 1995. Graduated Kyushu Designer Gakuin in 2016. By burning the spots where there supposed to be eyes were, Kurosaki pictures the reality of portraited motif.
    The specific phenomenon and chemically altered substances that occurred by flame are important materials in his portraited oil painting, as well as the exposed blankness and physical component of the canvas.

    DMOARTS room2729

  • DMOARTS in 3331 ART FAIR 2020

    2020. 3. 18 Wed. - 2020. 3. 22 Sun.

    *May 13th, according to the reorganization and cancellation of gallery booth in 3331 ART FAIR, DMOARTS is not going to participate the fair.
    Please do not hesitate to ask about artworks that were supposed to be presented.
    Still, Mirim Chu, the Grand Prix Winner of UNKNOWN ASIA 2019, will exhibit in the 1st floor.
    Check the details in the official websiteartfair.3331.jp.

    3331 Art Fair
    Wednesday, 18th - 22nd March, 2020

    DMOARTS is pleased to announce participation to 3331 ART FAIR 2020, beholding at 3331 Arts Chiyoda from 18th to 22nd March.
    On Galleries-1F, two unique artists YUGO. and Saki Matsumura will exhibit paintings.

    DMOARTS will also exhibit of Kurumi Kotani and Ryoki Kurasaki at Park Hotel Tokyo, which will be held during the same period.


    As an artist belongs to digmeout, YUGO. has started his career focusing on original artwork and commission work, with his specific name since 2015. He has been expanding his fields and holding exhibitions in the past four years annually, both in Osaka and Tokyo. His motives are mainly from U.K. music and fashion, which is the creative roots of the artist. YUGO.’s artwork has a sense of pop and darkness, sending strong messages through the word bubbles and calligraphies.

    Saki Matsumura|松村咲希
    Born in Nagano, 1993. Graduated the master's course at Kyoto University of Art and Design graduate school of Art Major, Art and Design Studies in 2017.
    Matsumura has been trying to visualize abstract concepts in painting with several techniques such as acrylic and silkscreen print in complex layers and solidity. The illusion of relation between backgrounds and figures and matière emphasized by spray paint of her paintings make a gap in the viewer’s cognition.

    DMOARTS  Galleries-1F
    3331 Arts Chiyoda

  • Hebio Tamamura Solo Exhibition “shiya”

    2020. 1. 31 Fri. - 2020. 2. 16 Sun.

    *Open only on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays

    Hebio Tamamura Solo Exhibition "shiya"
    Friday, January 31, 2020 - Sunday, February 16, 2020
    ※Open only on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays(1/31,2/1,2,7,8,9,14,15,16)

    Opening Reception:Friday, January 31, 2020 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.

    THE STORIES(1-7-13, Nakazakinishi 1-chome, Kita-ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka)
    OPEN 13:00~19:00
    3 minute walk from Nakazakicho Station (Exit 4) on the Osaka Metro Tanimachi Line

    When midnight rolls around "shi ya", the door to a new day opens.
    DMOART has held an annual zodiac-themed exhibition by Hebio Tamamura since 2016.
    This year, with the theme of "Child" following "Rooster," "Dog," and "Boar," the event will move to THE STORIES in Nakazaki-cho to begin a new cycle of events starting from the year of the child.

    Events will be held during the exhibition.

    「Shiya Ehodoki Sororowaki」
    2/1(Sat)、8(Sat)、15(Sat) 15:00~16:00
    Narrator: Hebio Tamamura, Interviewer: Haruna Suzawa (DMOARTS)
    Stroll around the gallery with the artist.
    The talk about each piece will be facilitated in a question-and-answer format.
    Held every Saturday at 3pm. No reservation required. You can join during the event.

    Public production at the gallery
    Artists will be presenting their works to the public in the gallery.
    You may be able to witness the moment when a work of art is created, which is not usually seen.
    Date:1/31(Fri)、2/1(Sat)、2/8(Sat)、2/15(Sat)、2/16(Sun) 随時。

    「Find them! Shiya Tomonotacho」
    Hands-on events held as needed
    Find the origami animals hidden in the gallery.
    Held at any time during the exhibition period.

    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 I love 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.