ISHIKAWA Kazuharu, OHATA Shintaro, OGINO Yuna, Namonaki Sanemasa, FUJITA Momoko, FUJINAGA Yui, YOSHIDA Akira "Perpetual Gaze"（TOKYO）
13 January - 6 February 2021
To deter spreading the infection of COVID-19, we accept admissions by appointments only, and maximum capacity of 12 people per 1hour during the exhibition, opened from 12:00 to 18:00.
However, if there are less than 12 people in the gallery, you can enter without appointment.
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https://airrsv.net/mizumaartgallery/calendar [Japanese Only]
Mizuma Art Gallery presents a group show featuring up-and-coming young artists in an exhibition titled “Perpetual Gaze” beginning on Wednesday, 13th January.
A battle against the virus is something the humanity has been waging for thousands of years. The outbreak of COVID-19 in China, in the fall of 2019 led to a pandemic that continues to afflict people around the world. In times like this, we have all been reminded that simple joy or happiness around us are what keeps us going. Furthermore, it is a time in which more people have come to realize that spiritual satisfaction, rather than material fulfillment, are what enable us to move forward with aspirations toward the future, and that art would provide spiritual richness and hope. As such, I believe that artworks that serve to engage in cultural and spiritual fulfillment will continue to exist for the foreseeable future.
This group exhibition focuses on young artists, featuring works by ISHIKAWA Kazuharu, OHATA Shintaro, OGINO Yuna, Namonaki Sanemasa, FUJITA Momoko, FUJINAGA Yui, and YOSHIDA Akira. It is our hope that the exhibited works by artists who were unwavered by the pandemic and continued to create work every day, will serve as a mending refreshment to viewers tired of the daily struggles with COVID-19. We welcome you to visit, relax and enjoy the exhibited artworks.