“Artists at Kujira Over the Years” at Kujira Gallery opening April 18-

“Artists over the Years”
Kujira Gallery

Date
April 18-30
Venue
668-12 Takakura Fujisawa-city, Kanagawa Prefecture

Artists
James Jack, Shin Asakura, Kiyoko Ito, Hiromitsu Urabe, Noriko Kamata, Toshiro Samata, Michiko Shoji, Mieko Noguchi, Shoko Nakashima, Junko Hirose, Kayoko Miyayama, Hiroshi Watanabe, OJ [Shoko Tanaka made in occupied japan collection]

More information
http://www.shonanfujisawa.com/~kujira/

 

「くじら館ゆかりの作家Ⅰ展」(前期)
日時
4月18日(水)~30日(月・祝)
23日・24日(月・火曜日休廊)

会場
神奈川県藤沢市高倉668-12

アーティスト
浅倉 伸、伊藤清子、浦部裕光、鎌田紀子、佐俣敏郎、James Jack
庄司三智子、ノグチミエコ、中島祥子、廣瀬順子、宮山加代子、渡辺尋志、OJ(田中荘子 メイド イン オキュパイドジャパンコレクション)

詳しい情報
http://www.shonanfujisawa.com/~kujira/

“Stories of Khayaland Island” exhibit

Solo exhibition of walnut ink works on paper by James Jack

Passages Bookshop, Portland, Oregon.

August 5- September 17, 2016.

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Pulau Khayalan is an island rumored to have disappeared from the Singapore Harbor at the beginning of the 19th century. Stories of Khayalan is a collective attempt to rediscover the island, based on the stories of islanders in the Riau archipelago. During the search, fragments have come to light: a wood scrap from a fishing vessel, a light bulb covered with barnacles, a flat boat nail. Some appear to be artifacts, others tools, but most remain unidentified. To revive their places in the stories, imaginative methods must be utilized. For the current exhibition, the artist has made a special selection of original works on paper, executed in handmade walnut ink. These drawings are part of an active attempt to amplify multiple voices found within fragments from the past.

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http://www.passagesbookshop.com/the-gallery/current-exhibition/

 

Update: Exhibition extended to October 29th!

 

 

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