• Hevio Tamamura Solo Exhibition “Inokokuno”

    2018-11-26 13:35

    2018.12.28 Fri. – 2019.1.10 Thu.
    10:00-21:00(Closed at 6:00 p.m. only on 12.31 and the last day of the month)
    *Closed on New Year's Day due to the closure of LUCUA 1100.

    Opening Reception
     12.28 Fri 18:00–
    Gallery Talk
     12.28 Fri 19:00-
    The artist will talk about his work.
    (listener:Yoshihiro Taniguchi DMOARTS)

    Hevio Tamamura's solo exhibition "Inokokuno" will be held.。

    The "inokoku" is an old-fashioned way of expressing time, and refers to the two hours of the night from 9:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. two hours of the night from 9 pm to 11 pm.

    Entrance at night.
    Beginning of time for adults.
    Children sneak out from under the covers.

    Such is the story of Inokoku.

    Since 2016, DMOART has held an annual exhibition on the theme of the Chinese zodiac.
    This year's exhibition focuses on the theme of "Boar" following "Rooster" and "Dog".
    Open from 1/2 for New Year's Day during the exhibition, please visit DMOARTS.

    Hevio Tamamura

    Born in Kyoto in 1971.
    After working as a graphic designer, currently working as a freelance illustrator
    I wanted to be a "Doctor of Insects" when I was a child, and although the form has changed a little, I still love living creatures and the possibility that they might be there.
    I am still good at drawing creatures that I love and maybe even exist in the world. I am good at drawing creatures that I still love and that may be out there.
    I try to create illustrations that make the viewer imagine the movement and story of the picture.
    He creates logos, illustrations, characters, and other works.
    Author of "Hevio's Animal Origami" (published by Nihon Vogue)