Tuesday, December 7, 2010
DECEMBER 5th, 2010
TRANSNATIONAL ART 2011
A GROUP SHOW OF 52 ARTISTS
CURATED BY SoHo Art Gallery
OSAKA CONTEMPORARY ART CENTER
JANUARY 24TH TO JANUARY 29TH, 2011
OPENING CEREMONY: MONDAY JANUARY 24TH, FROM 3PM TO 4PM
ARTIST TALK: SATURDAY JANUARY 29TH, FROM 12PM TO 1:30PM
CLOSING CEREMONY: SATURDAY JANUARY 29TH, FROM 2:00PM TO 3PM
56 award-winning emerging artists from 11 countries converging in Osaka for one week at the prestigious Osaka Contemporary Art Center.
The goal of this exhibition is to present the public with a comprehensive collection of unique new works addressing issues in contemporary art by artists working or living in a transnational context. This special exhibition features new graphic, painting, sculpture, installation, multimedia, photography and new genres art work by 56 emerging and established artists from Australia; Belgium; Brazil; Canada; France; Italy; Japan; Mongolia; Spain; The United Kingdom and The United States; who are living and working between their home countries and Osaka. Transnational Art is a non-commercial and non-profit exhibition carefully curated to include some of the brightest and most talented artists active in our region.
Transnational Art 2011 presents a unique opportunity for people in Osaka and Kansai to discover talented artists enriching the art landscape in the region. These artists come from within and outside of Japan and through their unique visions, act as both mirrors and windows; allowing us to see ourselves and at the same time see through their works into other worlds. These artists find themselves working and living between different countries, cultures and ideas, and this is reflected in the work they produce.
The exhibition is curated by SoHo Art Gallery owners Celio H. Barreto (Canada) and Yachiyo Nakao (Japan), and it is independently produced with the participating artists, the cooperation of The Flanders Center and Osaka Arts Planning; is endorsed by the Kansai "Bunkaryou" Power of Culture project and has the participation of AVA Galleria of Helsinki, Finland and Taigado Garow of Kyoto, Japan.
1111-01 (Charles-Éric Billard+Naomi Takagi), Sarah BYRNES, Krzysztof DEBICKI, José Antonio DE LIMA, Kim DUNSTAN, Simon EVERINGTON, Matthew FASONE, Danielle FATKIN, Chiaki FUJIHARA; Matteo GIACHETTI, Jamie GOODENOUGH, Mitsuyasu HATAKEDA, Kotaro HATCH, Yuuki HATSUKANO, Ben HER, Chisato HORI, Hirotaka ICHIKAWA, Shinichiro INUI, Masaki ISHIZAKI, Youichi ITAKURA, Bashow KANAGAWA, Akiko KAWABATA, Nao KISHIGAMI, Emi KITANO, Keiko KONISHI, Rando KONISHI, Tiery LE…, Yoshiaki MAEDA, Taiji 'OBAN' MATSUDA, Mitsuko Chapa MIYAKAWA, Dabiz MOLINERO, Eri MOON, Yuuji NAKAJIMA, Kunihiko NAKANO, Haruka NOZAKI, Ryohei OBATA, Guido SALDANA, Zaya SAMBUU, Yoshihisa SANO, Yasuto SASADA, Yuki SHIGEOKA, Masato SUNAMI, Erina TAJIRI, TAMAGIKU, Miki TATEBE, Cristian TOWNSEND, Yukari UMEKAWA, Sarah VAN MARCKE, Rob WALBERS+Kyoko AMANO, Miki WANIBUCHI, Ross WIRTANEN, Kenji YAMAGUCHI, Shinya YAMAGUCHI, Susumu YOKOYAMA and Mayu YAMAMOTO.
New Annex North & South, 3-1-43 Otemae, Chuo-ku, Osaka 540-0008, Japan
- Tanimachi Subway Line: Get off at Tanimachi 4-chome Station, and take exit No. 1-A.
The centre is a 3 minute walk away.
- Keihan Temmabashi Station: Take the East Exit and walk 10 minutes southbound.
Paid parking available at the Centre.
Monday January 24th: 11AM to 6PM
Tuesday January 25th to Friday January 28th: 10AM to 6PM
Saturday January 29th: 10AM to 3PM
FOR MORE INFORMATION:
SoHo Art Gallery
SoHo Bldg 1F, Ikutamacho 9-18
Undulation, ceramics and wood, Simon Everington, U.K.
Mixed media, 2010, Yuuji Nakajima, Japan.
Kami Dana, mixed media, 2010, Krzysztof Debicki, Canada.
Posted by Celio at 5:14 PM