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ISAAC Exhbition

Postponed due to the coronavirus, this exhibition will be displaying sculptor Kubo Hiroko’s newest work, centred around the human form. Kubo uses folk art, prehistoric art, and cultural anthropological theories as her inspiration, and binds agricultural patterns with humanlike idols…

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Brian Harte’s: Return of the Hawthorn

Brian Harte’s: Return of the Hawthorn will be the Ireland-based artist’s second show with Maki Gallery, Tennoz. 13 new paintings will be on view, in which the artist continues to take apart and reconfigure the domestic setting, elusively capturing the unsteady…

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Genesis Art Workshops: Japan Nature Retreats

If you love spending time in nature and dream of capturing the beauty into unique artworks, join Liane Wakabayashi’s Genesis Art Workshops this November. In her workshops, Liane sets up art exercises to stimulate the imagination and develop self-confidence with a…

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Zdravko Toic: Bursting Seeds

Hiromart Gallery presents Bursting Seeds, the work of Croatian-born contemporary New York-based artist Zdravko Toic. The poetic-abstract-themed exhibition was a creation born during the beginning of the quarantine period in early 2020. The work is an attempt to make an…

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Jackie Saccoccio “Knife Edge”

A society at the precipice of collapse, in gradual disintegration. Where words fail, abstract art in all its chaotic, dizzying and yet mesmerizing glory takes over: American painter Jackie Saccoccio presents her expressive solo exhibition “Knife Edge” at THE CLUB…

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Mariko Mori: “Central”

“Central” is Mariko Mori’s homage to the inner light and energy that exists in each individual, something she became acutely aware of during life in lockdown. The exhibition presents her abstract work produced during the lockdown as well as large…

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