Nishimura Gallery is pleased to present "ON PAPER" by Japanese and foreign artists from February 21th to April 7th.
In addition, we shows some small works by Japanese and foreign artists.
This exhibition shows some drawings and small works by foreign artists we have held a lot of exhibitions and introduced continuously from the foundation of the gallery such as Antonio SEGUI, Jeremy MOON, David HOCKNEY, Barry FLANAGAN, Boyle FAMILY, Paul DAVIS, Lucian FREUD.
We show new drawings by Chieko Oshie, Takanobu Kobayashi, Sashida Nahoko, Asae Soya, Katsura Funakoshi, Kumi Machida and Atsuhiko Misawa.
Chieko Oshie shows some drawings of tree of bean in this exhibition.
Takanobu Kobayashi is participating "CATCH THE LIGHT" Nagoya/Boston Museum of Fine Arts and “DOMANI : The Art of Tomorrow Exhibition" The National Art Center, Tokyo. He shows new drawings of the impression different before.
Sashida Nahoko was held first solo exhibition at Nishimura Gallery last year. She shows two drawings about "Japanese literature".
Asae Soya was held solo exhibition at Nishimura Gallery and at Nakajima Chinami Gallery・Obuse Museum, Nagano and participated in a group exhibition at Yokohama Civic Art Gallery, Kanagawa. She shows series of "Ringing Light".
Funakoshi Katsura was held solo exhibition at Kami City Art Museum, Kochi and Annely Juda Fine Art, London. He is participating "MOT COLLECTION" Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo and "I wanna hold you! Modern Japanese Wood Sculpture: 19th century" Hiroshima Prefectural Art Museum. He will hold solo exhibition at MENARD ART MUSEUM, Aichi. He shows drawings of "The Tale of the Deep Forest".
Kumi Machida's solo exhibition was held at Ha°gamle prestegard, Norway last summer and will be held at Nishimura Gallery next March. In addition, a book of her paintings will be published by Seigensha next spring.
This exhibition shows her new drawings.
Atsuhiko Misawa's solo exhibition was held at Kanaz Forest of Creation, Fukui and is holding at Yonago City Museum of Art, Tottori. He is participating "I wanna hold you! Modern Japanese Wood Sculpture: 19th century" Hiroshima Prefectural Art Museum.
This year he will participate "Elephant Art Exhibition" at Nagasaki Museum of History and Culture and his solo exhibition will be held at Nishimura Gallery next year. He shows some drawings of panda this exhibition.