I'll join to the 5th Annual Supersonic Invitational Group Show at San Francisco soon.
Curated by Zach Tutor from the Supersonic Art. I'll exhibit a original monochrome work by mechanical pencil. If you like,Please come visit!
--For purchasing inquiries please contact to the Spoke Art Gallery--
"The 5th Annual Supersonic Invitational"
Opening night: Saturday, January 9th 2016
On view until: Saturday, January 30th 2016
My works are featured by the beautiful.bizarre issue 011.
It will be sell from 1th December 2015.
I did some interview with the beautiful.bizarre.
I'm so happy that "KANRO" became to the cover of issue 011!
If you need it,Please check the beautiful.bizarre!
I will join the co-curated exhibition "Les Petite Fours" of group show in Sydney in October 22th for the Beautiful Bizarre magazine and the Friends of Leon gallery.
I'll sell this "SHO-WA" of new original piece.I'm looking forward to the opening!
'SHO-WA' 2015 | Mechanical Pencil on Sketchbook | Framed 50 x 50 cm
For the collectors preview with full details & pricing email or call Gallery Director, Leon: email@example.com
Exhibition preview now online
‘Les Petit Fours’ is the successful culmination of an 18 month collaboration between beautiful.bizarre’s Editor-in-Chief, Danijela Krha and Friends of Leon Gallery Director, Leon Krasenstein. Born from a mutual passion for the female form, ‘Les Petit Fours’ is a carefully curated exhibition that brings together works from some of the best Australian and international New Contemporary artists and showcases the diversity of female figurative art and portraiture from around the world. From sublime realism, through graphic and fashion illustration, to pop surrealism, ‘Les Petit Fours’ explores our society’s infatuation with the female in art.
The concept for the show was inspired by the decadence of a Parisian bakery. Each artist was asked to create a single square cut artwork – a delectable piece in their signature style – their own little ‘petit four’.
With an impressive international following of over 1.5 million people, the exhibiting artists are the crème de la crème of the portraiture world. Notwithstanding their impressive international popularity, this will be the first time that most of these artists will showcase their work in Sydney, in what will be a diverse smorgasbord of “new contemporary” talent.
‘Les Petit Fours’ will brings together recognised names in the Australian art world along with highly acclaimed artists from the United States, Japan, Hong Kong, Korea, Canada, Latvia, Norway, Spain, Italy, and the United Kingdom.
'Les Petit Fours' International Group Exhibition
Opening Reception: October 22, 2015, 6 pm – 8 pm
Exhibition Dates: October 22 – November 8, 2015
'Les Petit Fours' is the successful culmination of an 18 month collaboration between beautiful.bizarre and Friends of Leon Gallery, born from a mutual passion for figurative art and portraiture. 'Les Petit Fours' is a carefully curated exhibition that brings together works from some of the best Australian and international New Contemporary artists and showcases the diversity of female figurative art from around the world. From sublime realism, through graphic and fashion illustration, to pop surrealism, 'Les Petit Fours' explores our society's infatuation with the female in art. It is a diverse cross-section of the New Contemporary aesthetic brought together to tempt and delight.
beautiful.bizarre and Friends of Leon Gallery are proud to present 'Les Petit Fours' to Sydney in 2015. Vive la différence!
ARTIST LINE UP
Syd Bee | Jana Brike | Young Chun | Rose Freymuth-Frasier | Sonya Fu | Atsuko Goto
Melissa Hartley | Melissa Haslam | Meghan Howland | Ruben Ireland | Emma Leonard
Tracy Lewis | Alexandra Manykyan | Pippa McManus | Gabriel Moreno | Hieu Nguyen
ONEQ | Cate Rangel | Emma Sheldrake | Kelly Smith | Kazuki Takamatsu | Kelly Thompson
Ania Tomicka | Henrik Uldalen | David Wells | Kate Zambrano
The opening reception for 'Les Petit Fours' will be held at Friends of Leon Gallery on Thursday, October 22nd from 6-8pm. Exhibition co-curator, beautiful.bizarre editor-in-chief Danijela Krha and select participating artists will be in attendance at the reception. The exhibition will be on display until November 8th, 2015 and is free and open to the public.
I have joined the UJP of art auction in Kitakyusyu .
Everybody can buy art works by auction from today.
Bidding Period is September 20th ~ October 4th AM 24:00.
I made small piece for this show.
If you are interested, please check here.
今年も北九州のオークションアートショーのUnder Job Partyに参加しています。
I drew the new pinup poster of the Burlesk-O-Futurama of BAPS JAPON's 5th anniversary event.
This event poster of A1 size will sell at the venue the day.
I might go to the Burlesk-O-Futurama at that day.
I'm looking forward to it!
Burlesk-O-Futurama Event/offical blog
BAPS JAPON Twitter
Pinup model / Erochica Bamboo of Japanese burlesque dancer.
Pinup photo from the Atelieri O. Haapala
I went to WAG gallery in Tokyo for to join the Boxes of Death 5.
It was just only one day's very rare and awesome show!
Thank you for coming!
This photo by MAD BUNNY.
If you would like to buy this ONEQ's original death box,you can buy yet!
This my box's price is $1300. It's only one.
Please contact ONEQ's face book page.
Boxes of Death 5 at the WAG gallery in Tokyo at next week.
on Friday,February 13th, 2015.
This time,I made the cubic work of box for the first time.
So,Making to work of box was very fun.
I'm looking forward to seeing many awesome death boxes at Japan!
About of the Boxes of Death
Boxes of Death is an art exhibition where 50 artists are each given their own coffin to do with what they want. The idea spawned from Kane Quaye, a famous coffin maker from Africa. His philosophy was that a coffin should not just be a pine box, but something that represents the person inside and their life. Each artist in the show uses the same coffin canvas format to create their own artistic statement surrounding the preconceived notions and ideas of the coffin shape. The people in the show have a chance to step out of their comfort zone and faced with the idea of death, react to it.
The result is a visually compelling installation contrasting repetition and individuality. Boxes of Death showcases artists from the farthest reaches of the continental US as well as some international artists and highlights an incredibly diverse range of creative backgrounds.
Sponsored by Rudy’s and Juxtapoz, co-curated by Roq La Rue, the 2014 Boxes of Death tour show has grown to include 50 artists and has evolved into a four stop tour. The artist roster includes world renowned painters, illustrators, graphic designers, motorcycle builders, tattoo artists, assemblage masters and print makers.Boxes of Death, coming sooner than you think.