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Naho Genma ”Shiki”
Published: October 24 2020

2018, tepmera and colored pencil on paper, 30.0x25.0cm

We are pleased to present "Shiki," a solo exhibition by Naho Genma, starting on Friday, October 23.

The seasons come and go in the midst of our ever-changing lives. Naho Genma's work, which captures the changing landscape in delicate colors, will accompany the four seasons in your eyes and give you a sense of peace as they pass by. At this exhibition, we will exhibit about 20 works, including new one. We hope you will come and see them.

To prevent the spread of COVID-19, the gallery will be open as a precaution. Please be sure to read the precautions at the bottom of this notice before coming to the gallery.
Please note that the schedule is subject to change in light of the social situation. Please check the website for the latest information.

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The event will be held online on Sunday, November 8.
This event is open to those who visit the exhibition during the exhibition. Details and how to participate will be announced at the exhibition.

Organizer|awai art center
Cooperation|Department of Art Communication, Faculty of Arts, Shinshu University

Biography of the artist|
- GENMA Naho
Born in 1985 in Suwa City, Nagano Prefecture, she completed the Graduate School of Aichi University of the Arts in 2010.

Please cooperate with the following measures to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus infection
- Please wear a mask at the time of entry.
- Please disinfect your hands with the alcohol provided before entering and leaving the building.
- Please fill out your name and contact information at the time of admission.
- Please refrain from coming if you have a cold, fever, or other health concerns.
- Admission may be restricted depending on the crowded conditions.


Information Provided by: awai art center

Period: October 23,2020 (Fri) 〜 November 8,2020 (Sun)
Hours: 12:00-18:00
Closed: mon to thu.
Venue: awai art center

Last Updated on October 23 2020

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