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Art Fair Tokyo 2019
7th March (Thursday) 13:00-14:00 Press View
7th March (Thursday) 14:00-16:00 Private View
7th March (Thursday) 16:00 – 20:00 Vernissage
8th March (Friday) 11:00 – 20:00 Public view
9th March (Saturday) 11:00 – 20:00 Public view
10th March (Sunday) 11:00 – 20:00 Public view
Venue: Tokyo International Forum,
Glass Building B2F, HALL E BoothG113
Art Fair Tokyo 2017
In this year Japanese sculptor Ko Kono will present his works for the public.
Using of leather in creation helps Ko Kono to reach his seek "the harmony of reality and poetry in live". And according to this for the exhibition the artist chose the theme "The real world's creatures". We are looking forward to artist's fascinating living creatures.
16th March (Thursday) 18:00 – 21:00 Press View
17th March (Friday) 13:00 – 20:00 Public view
18th March (Saturday) 11:00 – 20:00 Public view
19th March (Sunday) 10:30 – 17:00 Public view
Venue: Tokyo International Forum, Glass Building B2F, HALL E Booth No39
Art Fair Tokyo 2016
At the exhibition we will present works of Japanese sculptor Ko Kono.
At last year’s Art Fair Tokyo Exhibition Ko Kono at the first time presented his works which were got good reviews. Many of his sculptures are made from leather, which attract viewers and give it a mysterious charm. In his own production, the artist seeks to create the harmony of reality and poetry of live creature's forms. What kind of hidden world will be shown to you at this time? Looking forward to this!
11th May (Wednesday) 18:00 – 21:00 Press view
12th May (Thursday) 14:00 – 21:00 Public view
13th May (Friday) 12:00 – 21:00 Public view
14th May (Saturday) 10:30 – 17:00 Public view
Venue: Tokyo International Forum, Glass Building B2F, HALL E Booth No85 and B1F Lobby Gallery
Gallery's website renovation
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Emerged at the late decade of XIX century, an international style Art Nouveau was a reaction against the academic art of the XIXth century. The distinguishing ornamental characteristic of Art Nouveau is its wavy asymmetrical line, often taking the form of flower stalks and buds, vine tendrils, insect wings, and other natural objects. The formation of style was also influenced by the vogue for Japanese art, particularly woodblock prints — Ukiyo-e, which in particular contained floral and bulbous forms, and “whiplash” curves, all key elements of what would eventually become Art Nouveau. Literally the name of this style is translated from French as a New art. And all these new ideas and features are clearly manifested in the glass vases and lamps of Émile Gallé and Daum frères, whose works you can buy and see in our gallery.
Traditional Japanese woodblock prints Ukiyo-e, literally "Picture of the floating world", flourished during the Edo period and was cherished as a form of mass entertainment by common people. There "picture" through depicting famous kabuki actors, beautiful geisha, city life and travel, which had entertainment aim, represented Japanese society, social life, and customs. Some of the greatest Japanese artists of their time— Hokusai, Hiroshige, Toyokuni III (Kunisada), and Eisen among them —became known primarily as woodblock print designers and now you can buy and see their works in our gallery.
Profile 1956 Born in Uwajima Ehime 1977 Graduated Kyoto-Saga Art College Apprenticed to Ishimaru Masamichi 1984 Opened an atelier in Kyoto 1991 Moved to Nara 2000 Moved to Kyoto Solo exhibitions have been displayed in Tokyo, Osaka, Sendai, Nara, Kyoto, New York and in many other cities of Japan. Publishing/Publication: " Silent August" (Kyuryudo) " Rittai Illustration I " ( Graphic sha) " Rittai Illustration II " ( Graphic sha) Artist Policy Approaching the harmony of reality and poetry in live
|Name of company||Fuji Art Ltd.||Representative||Ito Masaaki|
|Address||1F Bonne Chance II, Midorigaoka 5, Yatomicho, Mizuho-ku, Nagoya, 4670031 Japan|
|Handling items||1.Art Nouveau glasses and European antiques
2. Ukiyo-e prints (Japanese woodblock print), shin-hanga, contemporary prints
3. Contemporary art works
|Member of organizations||Japan Ukiyo-e dealers association
International Ukiyo-e society (Science council of Japan)
Zenbiren General Incorporated association Japan art dealers association
|1F Bonne Chance II, Midorigaoka 5, Yatomicho, Mizuho-ku, Nagoya,4670031 Japan|
Access by subway:
10 minutes from Tsurumai Line/Meijo Line Yagota Station (Exit 2)
Or 11 minutes from Meijo Line Sogo Rihabiri Center (Exit 2)