(The Venue: Arts And Heritage Area,photo courtesy of Gallery Side 2, Fumito Urabe)
(Work by Fumito Urabe, photo courtesy of Gallery Side 2, Fumito Urabe)
Interview with Ms. Wada, Owner of Wada Fine Arts
―Artists from South East Asia such as Rodel Tapaya, a Filipino artist, are getting popular these days.
Tomio Koyama Gallery in Kiyosumi, Tokyo is going to hold a solo exhibition by Naoki Koide, “Read Me a Story, Daddy” starting from March 2nd to April 6th.
(Picture Captured from Gagosian Gallery’s Website)
Between 8 March and 13 April 2013, the Gagosian gallery (New York) will be devoting an exhibition to the abstract works of Helen Frankenthaler, the New York painter who died in 2011.
It includes iconic pieces such as the Painted on 21st Street series, and Mountains and Sea, representative of the abstract expressionism of which Frankenthaler was the heir and standard-bearer.
1. Takashi MURAKAMI The Castle of Tin Tin (1998/2003)
2. Yayoi KUSAMA INFINITY-NETS WHXOTLO (2006)
3. Yoshitomo NARA Untitled (2007)
4. Takashi MURAKAMI Open Your Hands Wide, Embrace Happiness! (2010)
5.Yayoi KUSAMA Pumpkin (1990)
A solo exhibition by Yoshitomo NARA was hold in Yokohama Museum of Art. He is well-known with his cute little girls with sharp eyes. His works are loved by various types of people in the world; his drawing of a girl was used as the image of an anti-nuclear power plants demonstration. The solo exhibition at Yokohama Museum of Art is the second time since 2001. All but one works are the new. In particular, a bunch of bronze statues in the first room is shown for the first time. This exhibition in Yokohama, by the way, is already closed; the same exhibition is currently held at Contemporary Art Museum Kumamoto. All the photos here are taken at Yokohama Museum of Art.
WEINGRÜLL will hold a solo exhibition by Benjamin Appel “Wände sind Treppen ohne Böden” starting from March 2nd. The opening reception is going to be at 7pm on March 1st.
They will exhibit the same artist’s work at Art Basel in Hong Kong as well.