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L.A.: Views

“L.A.: Views” at MAKI Gallery Omotesando features 16 up-and-coming and mid-career Los Angeles-based artists. The exhibit will be held from December 4, 2020 to January 16, 2021. L.A. has a thriving art scene constantly at odds with its entertainment industry,…

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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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Asuka Anastacia Ogawa

Asuka Anastacia Ogawa in her “Medicine girl” (2019) and “Lilly” (2019) exposed at Blum & Poe Tokyo, depicts androgynous children in chimerical dreamscapes, scenes formed from solid fields of color and flat picture planes. Her subjects have wide thin eyes…

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José Parlá “The Awakening”

José Parlá was born in Miami to Cuban parents in 1973. “The Awakening” presents new paintings that were created while experiencing significant social change due to the spread of corona virus, the protests over police violence and structural racism that…

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Kaz Oshiro Republic

“Republic” by L.A.-based Japanese artist Kaz Oshiro will be the inaugural exhibition of the new space MAKI gallery / Tennoz in Tokyo. Kaz Oshiro – inspired by Greek philosopher Plato – explores the concepts of appearance and essence of art:…

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Kentaro Kobuke: The Other Side of Hope

Conceived during the pandemic of 2020 “The Other Side of Hope” instills a sense of nostalgia for fragments of a past that in reality was not so long ago; a sense of awe towards nature; unanticipated facets of oneself discovered…

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Richter

Photorealist artists project photos taken from books and newspapers onto big canvas: Richter has become one of the major exponents of photo painting that brought him among the top contemporary german painters of the 21st century, selling some of his…

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Dennis Sun

Tokyo-based Filipino artist, illustrator and graphic designer, Dennis Sun, has an ongoing 3-month long art exhibition that ends on the 22nd of October. For several years in the Tokyo art scene, Dennis has been producing art that covers the theme…

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Art & Power: From Pharaohs to Daimyōs

Art has always been used as means to display and maintain power. Portraits of powerful figures was sought to reinforce authority of the depicted, and was also commonly used as valuable gifts. Paintings by famous artists also played a significant role in…

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