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TENMYOUYA Hisashi exhibition at G-tokyo 2011

  • TENMYOUYA Hisashi
  • Baku
  • 2010
  • Acrylic, wood, gold brocade, metal parts
  • 166x152cm (image size)
  • photo:MIYAJIMA Kei
Mizuma Art Gallery will stage a Tenmyouya Hisashi solo exhibition provisionally titled, "Engimono" (Lucky Charm). Since ancient times in China, the baku (tapir) was thought to ward off illness and drive out evil. The baku eventually reached Japan and became an animal that did not just ward off bad dreams but swallowed them, a different significance from that of the Chinese baku. A total of nine new works will be exhibited including those with the gorgeous figure of the baku and works associated with various other lucky charms such as the shrimp, the bat, the Chinese phoenix, the lion, the white snake, the dragon, the carp, as well as the pine, bamboo, and plum triad. Mizuma Art Gallery exhibits at booth "9A."
  • TENMYOUYA Hisashi
  • 1. Fuji, 2. Hawk, 3. Eggplant
  • Acrylic, wood, gold brocade
  • 103x35cm (image size)
  • photo:MIYAJIMA Kei
【G-tokyo 2011】
Saturday 19, Sunday 20, February, 2011 [art fair]
Time: 11:00 - 21:00
Monday 21 - Sunday 27, February 2011 [exhibition week]
11:00 - 20:00 (Friday 25 and Saturday 26, 11:00 - 21:00)

Admission : Adult 1,200 yen / Student(high school, college, university) 1,000 yen / Child(4 years to junior high school) 500 yen
In advance : At Lawson Ticket ( L Code : 34816 )(Japanese only)
Adult 1,000 yen / Student (high school, college, university) 800 yen / Child(4 years to junior high school) 300 yen
Venue : Mori Arts Center Gallery
Roppongi Hills Mori Tower 52F, 6-10-1 Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo