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Tamana ARAKI " Invisible "

" Invisible "


fiber, stain, cloth, wood



" Nest, Series "


etching, hand-coloring


each 20.0×31.5cm



→Gallery Artist

October 1 (sat.) ー 29 (sat.), 2011
Hours : 12:00 - 19:00
Closed on Mondays and Tuesdays

About Exhibition

After graduated from Musashino Art University in 1997, she gained the training in Mexico as a visiting Artist of The Pola Art Foundation Fellowship. Now living at Saitama prefecture.
She held solo exhibition at MAM Project 008 in  Mori Art Museum,Tokyo. In 2000, held the exhibition at Taro Okamoto Memorial Award, Taro Okamoto Museum of Art, Kawasaki. In 2005, Sweet Memories, Hokkaido Museum of Modern Art and  City_net Asia 2009 Seoul Museum of Art. Her works are valued from around the world. In this 4th round of exhibition at Gallery Jin, copperplate drawing and three-dimensional works and  new installation are exhibited.

Some works I have created are taken their motifs from the moment of someone look up the sky. One of them is world atlas spread the ceiling, starry sky-like houses at night and chairs scattered about huge circle. I have a good image of such motifs because I think there is a circle-like thing meaning harmony over our head.
And we experienced nuclear accident on March 11th, 2011. Though there are any significant difference in our daily life on the surface,  our world has changed from that day. In this exhibition, I try to visualize the invisible anxiety and a sense of aversion by installation, copperplate drawing and three-dimensional works. (Tamana Araki)

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