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G-tokyo 2011
Written by KALONSNET Editor   
Published: January 29 2011

Izumi Kato "Untitled" (2007); Wood, acrylic, charcoal, silicon h.65 x w.60 cm
Courtesy of the Artist and ARATANIURANO

Kishio Suga "connected in space" (2009)
Courtesy of the Artist and TOMIO KOYAMA GALLERY

A best-of-Japan art fair with unique exhibits from 15 of Japan’s top galleries. The keenly awaited line-up has been finalized for the art fair that takes place next month. We look forward to seeing you at this nine-day event consisting of 15 exhibitions that will delight expert collectors and arts fans alike, and at which the latest, high-quality art will be available for purchase.

- ARATANIURANO | Izumi Kato Solo Exhibition | Artist: Izumi Kato
- Gallery Koyanagi | Portraits | Artists: Michaël Borremans, Sophie Calle, Marlene Dumas, HANAYO, Kae Masuda, Noguchi Rika, Ataru Sato, Hiroshi Sugimoto, Hellen Van Meene, Tomoko Yamaguchi and more
- Gallery SIDE 2 | Peter McDonald Solo Exhibition | Artist: Peter McDonald
- hiromiyoshii | The Theory of Heaven | Artists: Eikoh Hosoe, Björn Dahlem
- KENJI TAKI GALLERY | Alfredo Jaar Solo Exhibition | Artist: Alfredo Jaar
- Kodama Gallery | ignore your perspective | Artists: Maoya Kishi, Masahiro Sekiguchi, Mayuko Wada, Shuhei Yagi
- Tomio Koyama Gallery | Renkanku –Continuing Spatial Relationship | Artist: Kishio Suga
- Mizuma Art Gallery | Engimono (Lucky Charm) | Artist: Hisashi Tenmyouya
- Ota Fine Arts | Kashiki Tomoko / Sawa Hiraki
- SCAI THE BATHHOUSE | “The Light Field” curated by Daisuke Ohba | Artists: Natsuyuki Nakanishi, Anish Kapoor, Tatsuo Miyajima, Daisuke, Daisuke Ohba, Tsutomu Yamamoto, Yusuke Komuta, Yoichi Uemura
- ShugoArts | minimalbaroque VIII | Artist: Shigeo Toya
- Taka Ishii Gallery | The Variable Dimensions of Art, 2010 | Artist: Mario Garcia Torres
- TARO NASU | Djordje Ozbolt Solo Exhibition | Artist: Djordje Ozbolt
- Wako Works of Art | Wolfgang Tillmans Solo Exhibition | Artist: Wolfgang Tillmans
- YAMAMOTO GENDAI | ANOTHER CONSTRUCTION | Artists: Edgar Martins, Ruriko Murayama
(in alphabetical order)

Bombay Sapphire presents a special lounge
As an expression of their support for G-tokyo 2011, Bombay Sapphire will present a special lounge area. This represents one of the many ways that Bombay Sapphire supports young talent and projects in the art and design worlds through its UK-based Bombay Sapphire Foundation. The lounge is designed by architect Hiroshi Nakamura, known for his work in areas including residential housing, commercial facilities, architectural interiors, and recently for overseeing the environmental design for the Haneda Airport Terminal No. 2. Artists showing in the G-tokyo gallery exhibitions also have works in the making imaged after Bombay Sapphire for a collaborative exhibition.
Bombay Sapphire web saite: http://www.bombaysapphire.com

Hiroshi Nakamura
Hiroshi Nakamura Hiroshi Nakamura 1974 Born in Tokyo 1999 Completed the Master Course, Department of Architecture, Graduated from the University of Meiji with M.Architecture Degree 1999-2002 Chief engineer in Kengo Kuma&Associates 2002 Established First Class Architect Office Hiroshi Nakamura & NAP ARCHITECTS CO., LTD. Currently this office representative director Main Awards Grand Prize, JCD Design Award 2006 、 Grand Prize, GOOD DESIGN AWARD 2008, Prize of the Japan Institute of Architects 200 8、 ShinKenchiku Award 2010, Design Vanguard 2010 ARCHITECTURAL RECORD TOP 10 architect in the world ( USA) Main Works Dancing trees,Singing birds 、 House C, Roku-museum etc.www.nakam.info

The text provided by G−tokyo 2011 Committee.

Period: (art fair) February 19 - 20, 2011, 11:00 - 21:00
              (exhibition week) February 21 - 27, 2011, 11:00-20:00 (Friday 25 and Satday 26, 11:00-21:00)
Venue: Mori Arts Center Gallery
Official website: http://www.gtokyo-art.com

Last Updated on February 19 2011

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