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Ai Tanaka solo exhibition ”Life”
Published: October 03 2020

"Gardentree" 2020, 50.x40.0cm

We are pleased to present "Life," a solo exhibition by Ai Tanaka, starting on September 24.
Large grained rock paints do not mix completely, even when mixed, but remain in a state where each grain of color can be recognized. Tanaka, who uses these grains to create his works, draws the motif of "things other than ourselves" that exist in our daily lives, overlaying our daily interactions with others, influencing each other, yet remaining unchanged, on the way they stand next to each other at an extremely close distance without mixing.
In the first period titled "Life," she tries to capture the unchanging gestures of our daily lives in the midst of the changes in our daily lives. The paintings' tranquility and serenity, which could be considered sacred in some respects, yet with their solidly entrenched color particles on the surface, reveal the essence of life in the midst of daily life's vicissitudes.
We hope that you will find this exhibition, which will unfold over two long periods of time, to be a bit of a journey into the future.

To prevent the spread of a new type of coronavirus infection, the gallery will be open as a precaution. Please be sure to read the precautions at the bottom of this notice before coming to the gallery.
Please note that the schedule is subject to change in light of the social situation. Please check the website for the latest information.

◉ Admission fee
Show your ticket stub and you can enter repeatedly during the exhibition.


*Please cooperate with the following measures to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus infection

Please wear a mask at the time of entry.
-Those who have a fever or are concerned about their health condition are not allowed to come to the event.

-Admission may be restricted depending on the crowded conditions.

-The cafe will be on a reduced schedule.


Information Provided by: awai art center

Period: September 26,2020 (Sat) 〜 October 11,2020 (Sun)
Hours: 12:00-18:00
Closed: tue, wed and thu
Venue: awai art center

Last Updated on September 26 2020

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