Tomohiro Shimizu Exhibition in Taipei Wonderlust
2016.12/23 fri.-2107.1/22 sun.
Pon Ding (台北）
opening reception 12/23 19:00-
Tomohiro Shimizu's art practice always includes a vague and surreal asethetic which sometimes gives people an impression of loneliness.
The world created by him can not be specified in any place or time.
It's almost as if we stray into an another planet by following his delicate and almost paranoid-like brushstroke.
According to the artist, this errie creation is generated by uncomfortable feelings from his daily perceiving.
For example, he would have forgotten daily events in a twinkling, or he would realize the fragility of justice that he has believed since begining.
Shimizu is born in Iwate, Japan in 1977.
Currently living and working in Tokyo.
He was a system engineer before he started painting.
He received BFA in oil painting at Tokyo University of the Arts in 2008.
Since then he has exhibited in Tokyo, NewYork and Singapore.
He received TAGBOAT Art Fes “Independent2016” (Grand Prix) this year.
〈漫遊派 Wanderlust〉at Pon Ding is his first solo show in Taiwan.
He will present new oil paintings and some drawings.
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時間 2016/12/24（六）- 2017/1/22（日）
地點 朋 丁 pon ding 2樓 地址 台北市中山區中山北路一段53巷6號
近期清水智裕獲日本藝術平台TAGBOAT所舉 的Independet藝術節評審團獎項，此次〈漫遊派 Wanderlust〉於朋丁展出是他首次在台灣的個展，他將來帶來2016年尚未展出的全新油畫與隨筆作品。
UNKNOWN ASIA EXTRA ASIAN ART EXCHANGE is now held!
2016-11-21 14:46Following the success of the art fair 'UNKNOWN ASIA' held at Herbis Hall in October this year, An exhibition ASIAN ART EXCHANGE, works of 11 artists selected from exhibitors of 'UNKNOWN ASIA' re-appear at DAIBIRU Main Building, Nakanoshima Daibiru, Dojima crosswalk.
International artists' works from Taiwanese, Thai, Indonesian, Japanese will colour Christmas Nakanoshima and Dojima. UNKNOWN ASIA EXTRA ASIAN ART EXCHANGE
Period: November 21, 2016 (Mon) - December 28 (Wed)
Venue: Nakanoshima Daiville, Daibiru main building, Dojima cross walk
Nuttapong Daovichitr (Thailand)
Onanong Kaewsomboon (Thailand)
Wei-Hua Lin (Taiwan)
Rina Iwai (Japan)
Mami Oono (Japan)
Sayaka Nitta (Japan)
Maico Kodaira (Japan)
Sawako Ninomiya (Japan)
Nakanoshima Daibiru, Daibiru main building
Holding time 7: 30 ~ 23: 30
Keihan Nakanoshima Line Watanabe-Bashi Station Directly Connected 6 minutes on foot from “Higobashi station” on the Yotsubashi subway line Dojima Cross Walk Holding time 7: 30 ~ 23: 30 Keihan Nakanoshima Line Nakanoshima Station 3 minutes on foot 3 minutes on foot from Shin Fukushima Station on JR Tozai Line 3 minutes on foot from Fukushima Station on Hanshin Main Line
Living Art Collection 2016
2016-09-07 14:347th Sep. (Wed.)- 27th Sep. (Tue.)
Place: Hankyu Umeda Main Store 7F comfort Q
DMOARTS is taking part in “LIVING ART COLLECTION”that is held by interior shop “comfort Q”.
We are taking charge of art department of comfort Q in Hankyu Umeda Main Store 7F.
Paintings by Ryosuke Matsuzono, act_, Satoko Asahi, Hideo Asase, Yumiko Kanda, Mako Nakahira, mic itaya have been exhibiting and selling.
Please take your time with gorgeous furniture and unique painting.
The ART OSAKA 2016 Exhibit
2016-07-01 14:27The ART OSAKA 2016 Exhibit
July 1st, 2016 (Fri) - July 3rd, 2016 (Sun) Hotel Granvia Osaka 26F
DMOARTS will hold the ART OSAKA 2016 Exhibit on the 26th Floor of Hotel Granvia, directly connected to JR Osaka Station. This year is the 14th ART OSAKA event, an art fair specializing in modern day fine arts.
Each room at the hotel will represent a small gallery exhibit space, and this year, 53 galleries will host art from Japan and around the world.
This event features moderate creations from new artists, popular pieces from internationally known masters, and everything inbetween.
Without conforming to specific genres, paintings, sculptures, prints, pictures and even room installations of high quality art will take over the whole building.
Hotel guest rooms offer nearby living space, and you’ll have the opportunity to see exhibits from multiple galleries and purchase works.
From DMOARTS, six individuals will by showing exhibits: Masako Nakahira, AyaKa Nishino, Chika Tanikawa, Aiwei Foo, Ayami Tominaga, and Kaya Morishita.
Individually, each artist has created personal works featuring familiar scenery, personal emotions, and their unique history and background.
Every artist will be showing new work that has yet to be announced.
DMOARTS will be waiting for you in room 6006, so please stop by.
・ When: 7/1 (Fri) - 7/3 (Sun)
Preview: 7/1 (Fri) 2:00pm - 8:00pm
※Invitees and Authorized Press only General
7/2 (Sat) 11:00am - 8:00pm 7/3 (Sun) 11:00am - 7:00pm
・ Where: Hotel Granvia Osaka, 26F 3-1-1 Umeda, Kita-ku, Osaka 530-0001
・ Admission: ￥1,500 / 1-Day Pass
ART OSAKA Home Page (in English): http://www.artosaka.jp/en/
DMOARTS is proud to present at Young Art Taipei 2016.
2016-04-22 14:02April 22nd (Fri) to - April 24th (Sun)
VIP Preview: Friday, April 22nd 3:00pm-8:00pm
General Admission: Sat/Sun April 23rd-24th, 12:00pm-8:00pm
Sheraton Grande Taipei
No. 12, Section 1, Zhongxiao East Road, Taipei, Taiwan
DMOARTS will be in Room 966.
Maiko Kanoh, Inori Kitou, Chika Tanikawa, Ayaka Nishino, Yukari Nishi, Keita Minami, riya
Young Art Taipei proudly presents its 8th event, which will be held at the Sheraton Hotel in Taipei.
This fair focuses on young artists under 45, as well as up and coming artists.
DMOARTS is happy to announce seven artists showing pieces at this event: Maiko Kanoh, Inori Kitou, Chika Tanikawa, Ayaka Nishino, Yukari Nish, Keita Minami, and riya.
Since all of these artists will be presenting new pieces at the event, we warmly welcome all guests in Taipei to please stop by.
Artist / Illustrator
Born 1983, now living in Sendai City.
Graduated from Tohoku Seikatsu Bunka College.
Maiko Kanoh has participated in the International Art Fair, the Affordable Art Fair, as well as other art fairs in London, participated in group events in Los Angeles and New Zealand, and has opened an exhibition, GALLERY SPEAK FOR in Daikanyama and Sendai City.
She illustrated the album cover art for the rock band Brian the Sun, and was in charge of the design for Sendai City’s IC card “icsca.”
Born in 1991.
Illustrator and Japanese Painter.
Inori Kitou graduated from the College of Japanese Painting at the Kyoto University of Art and Design.
She has worked on magazines and advertisements using Japanese painting and drawing skills.
Her personal exhibitions include “little people” through pixivZingaro in Nakano, and “ambient girls” through DMOARTS in Osaka.
Born in 1986 in Fukuyama, currently living in Osaka.
In 2010, she graduated from Kobe University’s Development Science department.
Chika Tanikawa has presented works in Japan and abroad, and has worked for comic artist Shinzo Mitsuda’s “Doko no ie ni mo kowaimono ha iru” (publisher Chuokoron-Shinsha, inc.)
Her recent personal exhibition includes;
“yakusoku” (2015, Osaka ・ondo/ Tokyo ・GALLERY SPEAK FOR),
“colorful” (2015, Tokyo・Popotamu),
“Fuyu no Yuten” (2016, Osaka・DMOARTS), and more.
Born in Osaka in 1992.
In 2015, she graduated from the Western Arts course at Kyoto Seika University.
July 2015, ART OSAKA 2015
Feb 2016, Personal Exhibition “Hitokusari” DMOARTS
The way someone sees the same scene can change based on the weather or the time of day.
By recording one moment, the photograph is used as a motif.
Whether it is projected on a physical photograph or through someone’s eye, light is the most important thing.
I think this can be applied to creating movies, which I’ll continue to do.
When using motifs, I take one part of the background from a picture and draw it.
Using this small finished part of the world, I want to create works where light is overflowing.
Lives in Kyoto.
She graduated from the School of Information Design from Kyoto University of Art and Design.
Yukari Nishi creates mid-century surrealist style paintings, drawing deep tones from scenery, humans and animals.
She has participated in a great number of foreign and domestic exhibitions and art fairs.
Her work had been used for posters and album cover designs, as well as videos for artist, tour promotional goods, and music videos.
Born in 1981 in Tokyo.
Graduated from Setsu-Modo Seminar and MJ Illustrations.
Keita Minami creates brightly colored mysterious words using mainly oil pastels, and mixing pop, surreal, and dark themes.
He has also exhibited his own work in a digital collage.
Keita has experience in hand-drawn magazine illustrations, picture books, restaurant menus, theater pamphlets, and more.
In 2014, he won the Grand Prize at the 15th Noto-ten exhibition, and was the silver medalist at the 12th TIS Komaku.
In 2015, he was a judge for UNKNOWN ASIA’s Taniguchi Yoshihiro Award, chosen for the 197th “The Choice”, as well as for the 12th Graphic 1_WALL.
Born in Chicago, IL in 1985. “Kiri-e” artist.
Using the kiri-e cutting technique, she lines up icons of animals and humans, waves, clouds, flames, and stars to create pieces that are ecologically minded, yet feel cursed and racial.
Using her artist activities as a base for her original works, she is uses a kiri-e cutout technique to create magazine illustrations and videos, textiles, fashion, product design, and more.