Showing posts from August, 2017



MADSAKI’s solo exhibition, “HERE TODAY, GONE TOMORROW” was open at Kaikai Kiki Gallery from May 19, 2017.

MADSAKI was born in 1974 in Osaka, Japan. After immigrating to the melting pot known as New York at a young age and graduating from Parsons School of Design, he worked as a member of the international artist group Barnstormers before starting his solo career based in Tokyo and New York, ranging from elaborative drawings to huge installations. In recent years he has drawn on provocative words and historic masterpieces in his work as a way of asking questions about the meaning of art and the value of artwork from an ironical point of view.

In August 2016, MADSAKI’s solo exhibition titled “HICKORY DICKORY DOCK” was held at Hidari Zingaro in Nakano Broadway, Tokyo. Presented works include some canvases in which he appropriated an overwhelming variety of images that flood our society such as movie scenes from the past, portraits of politicians and flower motif paintings …


BOUNTY HUNTER's bike seen in Harajuku close to Watari-Um museum.

KAWS and SPACE INVADER artwork at Art Fair Tokyo 2017

Back for its 12th edition, this gargantuan art show will once again be taking over an entire exhibition hall at Tokyo International Forum. With up to 150 galleries due to participate, Art Fair Tokyo is an excellent (if perhaps overwhelming) introduction to the Japanese contemporary art scene, while also featuring a clutch of international galleries. You could see nice orks from Space Invader and Kaws.

YONE 's exhibition : “i am growing out my bangs” @WAG GALLERY (YASUMASA YONEHARA)

YONE 's exhibition : “i am growing out my bangs” @WAG GALLERY

Japanese photographer YASUMASA YONEHARA (aka YONE HARAJUKU) had a nice exhibition at Wag Gallery in Harajuku in june 2017. He presented his new art : pictures he took of japanese sexy ladies, with painting on it.
It was very colorfull and interesting.
He also signed the book of this exhibition.

Ron English's SUN FLOWERS at Art Fair Tokyo 2017

Ron English was presenting his “potted” SUNFLOWERS collectibles - featuring a trio of “flower faces” - in SMILEY (33pcs), GRIN (100pcs) and 3-EYED SPONGE (200pcs) - making a total of 333pcs; and also many new paintings, at JPS Art Gallery (Booth N21) for Art Fair Tokyo 2017 @ Tokyo International in march 2017.

SUMO Paintings at 3331 Arts Chiyoda

SUMO Paintings at 3331 Arts Chiyoda

KAWS artwork at "The Encyclopedia of Masamichi Katayama—Life is hard... Let’s go shopping."

Check the nice artworks of Kaws that was exhibited at the exhibition "The Encyclopedia of Masamichi Katayama—Life is hard... Let’s go shopping."in Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery last april.

from Exhibition's Website:

Wonderwall’s Masamichi Katayama is one of the hottest interior designers on the global scene. His strength lies in the ability to conceptualize distinctive environments that enhances the vision and branding clients aspire, creating environment that would touch the subconscious of the consumer and occupant. His many projects include Uniqlo’s global flagship stores (New York, Paris, London, Ginza and other locations), INTERSECT BY LEXUS (Aoyama, Dubai and soon NYC), UNITED ARROWS (Roppongi), PASS THE BATON (Marunouchi, Omotesando, Kyoto Gion) and PIERRE HERMÉ PARIS Aoyama. Katayama also has a reputation as a collector.
A visit to his studio, Wonderwall, reveals an office crammed with his massive collection of books and CDs, together with antiques that he ha…