Exhibiting Artists

Other Represented Artists

  • Chiho Akama  (+)

    Exhibition : Solo Exhibitions 2011 - Shoes? Shoes... Still Shoes! Chiho Akama Works Exhibition, Nagashima Museum, Kagoshima, JAPAN 2010 - Shoes? Shoes… Still Shoes! Chiho Akama Works Exhibition, PolaMuseum Annex, Tokyo, JAPAN 2009 - Hill Top Casita, Azabu Juban Restaurant, Tokyo, JAPAN 2008 - Dreams from Socks Christmas Exhibition, Omotesando Hills S and O, Tokyo, 2008 - Shoes of insect, Shiseido the Ginza, Tokyo, JAPAN 2006 - Shoes/Insect Collecting, Gallery Concept 21, Tokyo, JAPAN Group Exhibitions 2012 - 2.46 and thereafter by Dan/Dans + Transformer, Pepco’s Edison Place Gallery, Washington D. C., USA 2011 - Hierher-Dorthin –from here to there- by Dan/Dans, Goethe, Institute Tokyo, Tokyo, JAPAN 2009 - Xmas Art Festa, Gallery Shingendo, Tokyo, JAPAN 2009 - Special Present from Creators Vol.5, Le Bain Gallery, Tokyo, JAPAN 2009 - Artistic Christmas Vol.3, Takashimaya Shinjuku Department Store, Tokyo,JAPAN 2009 - A Midsummer Dream by Dan/Dans, Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo Chinzan-so, Tokyo, JAPAN

  • Ricardo Cases  (+)

    Biography : 2006 Joined the Blank Paper Photography Collective. 2001 BA in Journalism from the University of The Basque Country in Bilbao, Spain. 1971 Born in Orihuela, Spain

    Exhibition : Selected Solo Exhibitions 2014 Paloma al aire, Geneva SWITZERLAND 2014 Paloma al aire, Anzenberger Gallery, Vienna AUSTRIA 2014 Paloma al aire, Photobook Museum, Cologne GERMANY 2014 El blanco, Lagosphoto Festival NIGERIA 2014 Belleza de barrio, CFC, Bilbao SPAIN 2013 Paloma al aire, Ars Libris, Arts Santa Mónica SPAIN 2013 Paloma al aire, Mustang Art Gallery, Elche SPAIN 2012 Belleza de Barrio, Parquing, Scan Festival, Tarragona SPAIN 2012 Paloma al aire, Guernsey Festival UNITED KINGDOM 2012 Belleza de Barrio, CentroCentro, Main Hall, Madrid SPAIN 2012 Photobolsillo, Fnac, Madrid SPAIN 2011 Paloma al aire, Dr Nopo, Valencia SPAIN 2011 Paloma al aire, Blank Paper, Madrid SPAIN 2011 Belleza de Barrio, Sala Cai Luzán, Zaragoza SPAIN 2011 Paloma al aire, La Fresh Gallery, Madrid SPAIN 2011 Serrano Boogie. Abphoto, Albacete SPAIN 2011 Serrano Boogie. Zphoto, Zaragoza SPAIN 2011 Paloma al aire. Angeles Baños Gallery, Badajoz SPAIN 2010 Serrano Boogie. Festival Emergent, Lérida SPAIN 2010 Serrano Boogie. Galería Mediadvanced, Gijón SPAIN 2010 La caza del lobo congelado. Librería Anti, Bilbao SPAIN 2009 Belleza de Barrio. El Fotómata Gallery, Sevilla SPAIN 2009 La caza del lobo congelado. Kursala Exhibition Hall, University of Cádiz SPAIN 2009 La ciudad que soy. CIFP Exhibition Hall, Langreo SPAIN 2009 Belleza de Barrio La Fresh Gallery, Madrid SPAIN 2009 Belleza de Barrio. Miguel Hernández Foundation, Orihuela, Alicante SPAIN 2008 La caza del lobo congelado. GetxoPhoto SPAIN 2008 Belleza de Barrio. Angeles Baños Gallery, Badajoz SPAIN 2008 La caza del lobo congelado. Espai Catalá-Roca, Barcelona SPAIN 2008 La caza del lobo congelado, Fnac SPAIN Selected Group Exhibitions 2015 Paris Photo Los Angeles, Dillon Gallery, Los Angeles UNITED STATES 2012 Androméstico. La Fresh Gallery SPAIN 2012 Tal como somos. Identidades cotidianas. Madrid town hall SPAIN 2011 The Book Award, Les Reencontres dArles FRANCE 2010 Self Publish, Be

    Detailed Description : AWARDS AND RECONGITIONS 2008 New Talent Photo Award FNAC 2008 Grant OFE, University of Extremadura 2007 Photoreport award, ARCO 2007 Finalist Photo Grant Angel BAF

  • Wenguang Chen  (+)

    Biography : Following early training at the Guangzhou University in China as an ink painter, Chen relocated to Japan in 1985 and spent the next fourteen years mastering Nihonga, which was considered at the time to be a uniquely Japanese technique and aesthetic. Under the guidance of Matazo Kayama at the Tokyo University of Fine Art, Chen was able to gain a deeper understanding of advanced techniques, allowing him to develop his own style within this ancient tradition of painting. Chen provides a significant link between Chinese and Japanese art, by tracing Nihonga back to its Chinese origins. He now teaches NIhonga to Chinese students in China. Chen is considered by the Japanese to be a major practitioner of Nihonga, a remarkable achievement given his Chinese lineage. Though the strict principles of the form are respected by Chen, they do not control the content of his compositions. Chen’s paintings not only reflect a thousand years of Asian art, but they also consider the postmodern environment. Chen’s contribution to Nihonga has been noted by eminent scholars including Steven Owyoung, the former Curator of Asian Art at the St. Louis Art Museum. Additionally Chen has received praise from his former teacher, Matazo Kayama, one of the most important 20th Century Japanese artists.

    Exhibition : Solo Exhibitions 2008 - International Asian Art Fair (Haughton Int. Fairs), New York City 2007 - Chen Wenguang, Dillon Gallery, New York City 2007 - International Asian Art Fair (Haughton Int. Fairs), New York City 2006 - Chen Wenguang, Dillon Gallery, New York City 2004 - Chen Wenguang, Guangdong Art Museum, China

  • Cristina De Middel  (+)

    Biography : Education 1975 Born in Alicante, Spain 2001 M.A Fine Arts, Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, SPAIN 2000 M.A. Photography, University of Oklahoma PROMOE Scholarship 2002 Photojournalism, Postgraduate Degree, Barcelona Autónoma University, SPAIN

    Exhibition : SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS 2014 "Seven Stories," Dillon Gallery, New York, UNITED STATES "The Afronauts," La New Gallery, Pinta, The Modern & Contemporary Latin American Art Show "Party," Paris Photo Los Angeles, California, UNITED STATES 2013 The Photographer´s Gallery 2013 Photo Ireland 2013 “The Afronauts”, Dillon Gallery, New York, UNITED STATES 2013 “The Afronauts”, La New Gallery, Museum of the University of Cádiz, Madrid, SPAIN 2012 Caja Mediterráneo. Itinerance 2009 “PolySpam”, Proyseco Arte Gallery, PhotoEspaña09, Madrid, SPAIN “Festival Circulations,” Paris, FRANCE Guatephoto, GUATEMALA Quai21, Festival Images Vevey, SWITZERLAND Tago Mago Gallery, Paris, FRANCE Deutsche Börse prize, London, ENGLAND Rencontres de la Photographie Arles, FRANCE Studio Museum, Harlem, New York, UNITED STATES Paraty em Foco, BRAZIL Fotografía Europea, Reggio Emilia, ITALY “Vida y milagros de Paula P”, MUA Museum, Alicante “The City”, Obra Social Caixa Galicia, A Coruña, Itinerant AWARD AND RECOGNITIONS 2014 "Party" Best International Photobook of the Year, Photoespaña 2013 PULSE Miami IMPULSE Prize, Miami, FL Infinity Award for a Publication, 2013, ICP, New York, NY Deutsche Börse Photography Prize 2013, London, UK, Finalist 2012 First Book Prize. Aperture/Paris Photo 2012, Paris, FRANCE and New York, NY, Finalist Photo Folio Review, Rencontres de la Photographie, Arles, FRANCE Hey Hot Shot. Jen Bekman Gallery, New York, NY, Finalist Sony World Photography Awards, London, UK, 2nd prize 3rd Ward Open Call, New York, NY, Finalis

    Detailed Description : Cristina De Middel (Spain, 1975) is a photographer based in London that has been working for different newspapers in Spain and with NGO's such as Doctors Without Borders or the Spanish Red Cross for more than 8 years. She combines her strictly documentary assignments with more personal projects that have been awarded and exhibited in several occasions (incuding PhotoFolio Arles 2012, Deutsche Börse Prize and the Infinty Award from the ICP in New York). This B-side of Cristina's work deliberately asks the audience to question the language and the veracity of photography as a document, and plays with reconstructions or archetypes that blur the border between reality and fiction.

  • Per Fronth  (+)

    Biography : Per Fronth is an internationally established Norwegian artist, represented by galleries and museums worldwide. His career with the Dillon Gallery began in 1998 with his first solo exhibition Xingu Chronicles, which quickly established him as a powerful force in contemporary photography. His works are in the permanent collections of Museum of Modern Art, Wakayama, Japan; Biblioteque Nationale, Paris; Sørlandet Kunstmuseum, Norway; as well as in numerous private collections. Per Fronth was awarded the title “Nobel Artist 2009” and was selected to create the Nobel Peace Prize Diploma, given in 2009 to US President Barack Obama. Per Fronth holds the honor of being the first photographer given the commission of making the Diploma. In 2009, Norwegian publisher, Press Forlag, published the first monographic survey of Per Fronth´s work, which debuted in New York with the series Evolution of Melancholy, exhibited at the Dillon Galley. Fronth's acclaimed series, The Xingu Chronicles, Bloodlines and Theatre of War, all document disappearing cultures by using photography as the basis for creating works that are a unique hybrid of painting and photography. Per Fronth is also an award-winning film director. His short films "Ode to a Hunter" (2000) and "Godiva" (2001) have been selected for the official programs for Berlin, Toronto and Sundance film festivals.

    Exhibition : SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS 2013 "Mapping the Surface," Dillon Gallery, New York City 2011 Gallery Ormelet, Norway Gallery B15, Denmark Galleri Bi-Z, Norway 2010 "Evolution of Melancholy," Dillon Gallery, New York City Nicolines Hus, Norway 2009 Theater of War, Gallery Trafo, Norway Agendas, Ålesund Kunstforening, Norway 2008 Carbon Compositions, Dillon Gallery, New York City Quattro, Galeri Bi-Z, Norway 2006 New Works, Dillon Gallery, New York City In abundance, Unstgalleriet, Norway Molde Kunstforening, Norway 2005 mms/metaphores, Ålesund Kunstforening, Norway 2004 /undertow, Galleri Bi-Z, Norway 2003 Paradoxical Sleep Monologues, Kunstgalleriet, Norway Genome Days, Christian Dam Galleries, Copenhagen Independence Day, Sørlandets Kunstmuseum, Norway 2002 "Exit Christianssand," Dillon Gallery, Oyster Bay, New York 2001 "Archipelago," Galleri Bi-Z, Norway 2000 "Lifedreams," Dillon Gallery, Oyster Bay, New York Cargo, Marth Schneider Gallery, Chicago "Bloodlines," Anderson Stewart Fine Art, London "Bloodlines," Galleri Christian Dam, Oslo 1998 "Xingu Chronicles," Dillon Gallery, Oyster Bay, New York "Xingu Chronicles," Gallery Ericson, Norway 1994 Bergen, Bergen Kunstforening, Norway "Kristiansand," Galleri Bi-Z, Norway 1993 Meisner Soho Gallery, New York 1990 Tvedestrand, Tvedestrand Kunstforening, Norway 1988 Kristiansand, Galleri Kick, Norway SELECETED GROUP EXHIBITIONS & FILM FESTIVALS 2008 Rebecca Kormind Gallery, Copenhagen 2004 KellerGreene Gallery, Los Angeles Global Art Venue, Seattle 2002 Bomuldsfabriken: 100 kunstnere fra sørlandet, Norway “40” Nupen/Opdahl/Widerberg/Furuholmen/Fronth, Norway

  • Stephen Gill

  • Eske Kath  (+)

    Biography : Education: 1997 – 2003 The Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Copenhagen DK

    Exhibition : Solo Exhibitions 2014 Arena, Hå Gammel Prestegård, Norway Arena, Charlie James Gallery, Los Angeles US Arena, Viborg Kunsthal, Viborg DK* 2013 Blackboard Sunset, Galerie Mikael Andersen, Berlin D 2012 Blackboard Jungle, Charles Bank Gallery, New York US 2011 Der var huse overalt, Galerie Mikael Andersen, Copenhagen DK Oh Land, (w Oh Land), Charles Bank Gallery, New York US 2010 There are houses everywhere, Charlie James Gallery, Los Angeles US 2009 Namazu-Eclipse, Galerie Mikael Andersen, Berlin D 2008 Namazu-Event, LaviolaBank Gallery, New York US 2007 Gravity, Galerie Mikael Andersen, Copenhagen Piles and Bones, Charlotte Fogh Contemporary, Århus DK 2006 Hurricane Party, Kunstforeningen, Gl. Strand, Copenhagen* 2005 My Vertical Zero II, Galerie Brandstrup, Oslo N 2004 My Vertical Zero, Galerie Schuster, Frankfurt D Eske Kath, Enkehuset, Christiansfeld DK 2003 Isola, Gallery Nicolai Wallner, Copenhagen DK My Tsunami, Galerie Mikael Andersen, Copenhagen DK Rosebud (w Mette Winckelmann & Jesper Just), Galleri Christina Wilson, Copenhagen DK* 2002 Shamanizia, Galerie Mikael Andersen, Copenhagen DK* How to Disappear Completely, Stalke Galleri, Copenhagen DK 2000 Eske Kath & Leif Kath, Grafikernes Hus, Copenhagen DK 1999 Camping, Clausens Kunsthandel, Copenhagen DK 1997 Eske Kath, The Gallery, Copenhagen DK Group Exhibitions 2014 Art Miami, Dillon Gallery, Miami US Galerie Mikael Andersen, Berlin On a thin line, Galleri Kirk, Aalborg 2013 Fall Ball, Creative Time, New York US how far away is the horizon, Holbæk, DK 2012 Water, Galerie Mikael Andersen, Berlin Retrospect, Charles Bank Gallery, New York US Paper Match, Copenhagen Accrochage, Galeri Mikael Andersen, Copenhagen 2010 Summer show, Charles Bank Gallery, New York US Christian VIII’s Palace, Amalienborg, Copenhagen DK* Art for the Royal, KØS, Køge DK* Art for the Royal, AROS, Århus DK* 2009 Højen, Odsherre

  • Masatake Kouzaki  (+)

    Biography : EDUCATION 2005 Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music D.A in Painting 2001 Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music M.A in Painting 1999 Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music B.A in Painting Department

    Exhibition : EDUCATION 2005 Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music D.A in Painting 2001 Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music M.A in Painting 1999 Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music B.A in Painting Department SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS 2012 The Tougen Series, Dillon Gallery, New York City 2009 Caspers Gallery, Tokyo Japan 2008 Gallery Sougei Koubou, Fukushima, Japan Keiyudo Gallery Tokyo, Japan 2007 Gallery Yamate, Yokohama, Japan Gallery MoMo, Tokyo, Japan 2006 L’ESPOIR Exhibition, Surugadai Gallery, Tokyo, Japan PODOCARPUS, Gallery Fukuoka, Japan Gallery Art Point Tokyo, Japan Keiyudo Gallery, Tokyo, Japan 2005 Gallery Sawada Kawasaki, Japan Keiyudo Gallery, Tokyo, Japan 2003 Kan Gallery, Tokyo, Japan 2002 Keiyudo Gallery, Tokyo, Japan 2001 2+ Gallery, Tokyo, Japan SELECTED MUSEUM EXHIBITIONS 2010 Born image, Yamagata Museum,Yamagata, Japan Arts Festival of Urushi, Fukushima Museum, Fukushima, Japan 2007 Sato Museum, Tokyo, Japan 2005 24th Outstanding Rising Artists Exhibition in 2005, presented by Sompo Japan Art Foundation, Sompo Japan Museum, Tokyo, Japan New Spirits Fukushima, Fukushima Museum, Fukushima, Japan 2004 The 13th Memorial Exhibition of AOKI SIGERU, Ishibashi Museum, Fukuoka, Japan Koriyama Museum, Fukushima, Japan Naka-michi Exhibition, Futyu Museum, Tokyo, Japan 2003 Naka-michi Exhibition, Futyu Museum, Tokyo, Japan SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS 2011 Nihonga: New Traditions, Dillon Gallery, New York City 2010 Nihonga: New Traditions, Dillon Gallery, New York City Adventurers Surface, Gallery CASO, Japan 2009 Nihonga: New Traditions, Dillon Gallery, New York City 2008 M

    Detailed Description : Since winning the UBS Art Award from London’s White Chapel Gallery in 2000, Masatake Kouzaki’s work has been widely exhibited internationally. In the last decade, he has shown at the Sato Museum, the Fukushima Museum, the Koriyama Museum, and the Futyu Museum in his native Japan. Intensively trained in the traditional Nihonga technique of Japanese painting at Tokyo National University, where he gained his doctorate in 2005, Kouzaki uses a unique combination of traditional materials (ground mineral pigments, gold and silver leaf on rice paper) with modern oil and acrylic paints. The artist has also worked extensively with relief application in the form of foil molds, innovating this centuries old technique. Kouzaki has received numerous awards and extensive critical recognition for his creative approach to Nihonga. Kouzaki’s paintings explore a unique vision of diverse characters, by combining animals and plants, and real and mythical creatures into new creations. Kouzaki sees his imaginative conceptions as intimately tied to advances in science and industry. By depicting humans as transformed, hybrid characters, he makes us reflect on humanities self-identification.

  • Christophe Laudamiel  (+)

    Biography : Christophe Laudamiel is a world-renowned perfumer and osmocurator™ who has created fragrances for famous houses such as Ralph Lauren, Tom Ford, Abercrombie and others. He is now Master Perfumer and President of DreamAir LLC, a unique enterprise in bespoke fragrances and Air Sculpture® designs, scenting such places as the Setai Fifth Avenue Hotel, Ferrari, Belstaff and other locations worldwide. Christophe authored and managed the 30+ scents for the first ScentOpera which premiered at the New York and Bilbao Guggenheim Museums (2009). In early 2012, he held the first solo show ever completely devoted to olfactory art in the heart of Chelsea, NYC: Phantosmia, at Dillon Gallery. He recently installed an exhibit for the Biennale at the Istanbul Museum of Modern Art and a permanent exhibit at the only American factory for the Blind. He often gives keynote speeches about his avant-garde approaches at institutions such as Harvard and Columbia Universities, the French Embassies, the University of the Arts in Berlin. He is the only perfumer to have scents academically archived (at Harvard University and at the Grasse Perfume Museum) and is founding the not-for-profit Academy of Perfumery in the US.

    Exhibition : EDUCATION 1997 Creative Perfumery Degree, Procter & Gamble, European Center, Brussels, Belgium 1991 Master’s Degree European Higher Institute of Chemistry, Strasbourg, France, (Valedictorian) 1986 Scientific Baccalaureat (Hon.) SELECTED EXHIBITIONS 2012 Garden of Addiction, Quay Branly Museum 2012 Phantosmia- All but the smell, solo exhibition, Dillon Gallery New York City 2011 Garden of Addiction, International museum of perfumery, Grasse France. 2011 Nihonga, Dillon Gallery, New York City 2011 Weiss- vert noir, Dillon Gallery, New York City 2010 Biblical Journey, Dillon Gallery, New York City 2009 ScentOpera, Guggenheim Museums, New York City and Bilbao, 33 fragrances The Scent of Discovery, Matthias Kessler, Austria 2008 University of the Arts, Berlin, Fashion Show, 2 fragrances Orlan, Le Baiser de L’artiste, Le Plateau, Paris, 2 fragrances Extinct and Impossible Smells, Cuchifritos Gallery, New York, 2 scents: Hiroshima and The Plague The World Economic Forum, Davos Switzerland, 8 fragrances 2007 Orlan, Gallerie Lambert, Avignon-France, 2 fragrances The Perfumes of Perfume, World Perfumery Congress, 15 fragrances Orlan, Musée d’Art Contemporain de St Etienne Métropole (3 scents) 2006 The Biggest Power Show, “the Power of Scent”, Coalwash Bldg Zollverein, Essen, Germany 2005 Visionaire exhibit, Art Basel Miami 2005, flavors “Guilty” and “Orgasm”, Miami Milk & Honey, Bread & Butter Barcelona fashion fair, 4 fragrances, Iconosm, solo show with photographer L.E. Badessi, Living with Art Gallery, Soho, New York 2004 Olfactiano with Peter de Cupere, first scent piano, Brussels, Belgium Visionaire exhibit, Trump Tower, fragrances “Success” and “Mother”, New York fragrance week Iconosm “Twirl”, Photo New York 2004, the First New York International Photographic Art Exposition 2003 Visio

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  • Steven MacIver  (+)

    Biography : Steven Maciver was born in the Orkney Islands and completed his BA in Fine Arts at Gray’s School of Art in Aberdeen and his MFA at the Slade School of Art. Following his graduation in 2004, MacIver was honored with the Sainsbury Scholarship in Painting and Sculpture at the British School at Rome. His fundamental preoccupation with the creation of various types of space was deepened by his time in Rome and can be seen in his renderings of stadiums and coliseums. He uses these abstracted architectural studies to deeply explore how space is used and contained. For MacIver, the fundamental aspect of art is the ability to draw a line well and this is clearly demonstrated in his explorations with internal and external space. He calls his artistic method a type of “excavation” because he uses a scalpel to remove paint in a reductive method from the canvas. The result is a structured surface that is both glossy and flat: a type of interplay between drawing and painting. His various compositions, made of a multitude of intersecting lines, create both a real and imagined space. Amongst the many awards and grants this gifted young artist has already received, the Rome Prize for study awarded to him by the Slade School placed him as one of the leading young artists from Britain. He currently lives and works outside Oxford.

    Exhibition : EDUCATION 2004 The Slade School of Fine Art, London MFA, Fine Art 2002 Gray’s School of Art, Aberdeen BA (Hons) Art & Design, 1st Class SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS 2012 "Spaceman," Dillon Gallery, New York City 2010 "Latitude," The Piers Arts Center, Orkney Islands, UK "Steven MacIver @ 4 Blnk Wols," Aberdeen Arts Centre, Aberdeen, UK 2007 "Stadia Launch," The Hamnavoe Gallery, Aberdeen, UK "Linear," The Foyer Gallery, Aberdeen, UK 2005 "Steven MacIver – Resolution Through Reduction," Toni Heath Gallery, London, UK SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS 2014 Art 14 London Special Projects: Nexus, London, UK Art 14 London, London, UK 2013 Volta 9 Basel, Basel, Switzerland 2011 Summer Exhibition, Dillon Gallery, New York City Dillon Gallery, Miami Art Fair, Miami 2010 England's Glory, Gallery 27, London State of Play, The Public, Birmingham Cream, St James' Investment, Aberdeen 2009 Royal Scottish Academy 183rd Annual Exhibition 2008 Royal Scottish Academy 182nd Annual Exhibition 2007 Cynosure – A North Light, The Pier Arts Centre, Orkney 2006 One Love- Football Art Prize, The Lowry, Salford The London Art Fair, Business Design Centre, London Overlap, The British School, Rome 2005 Spazi Aperti, The Romanian Academy, Rome Plural, The British School, Rome 2004 Royal Scottish Academy 178th Annual Exhibition 2003 Royal Scottish Academy 177th Annual Exhibition Gallery 10, Glasgow AWARDS & SCHOLARSHIPS 2008 The Latimer Award, Royal Scottish Academy 2007 Aberdeen Artist Society Shell Award 2004-06 The Sainsbury Scholarship in Painting & Sculpture, The British School, Rome The Guthrie Award, Royal Scottish Academy 2003 The John Murray Thomson A

    Detailed Description : For MacIver, the fundamental aspect of art is the ability to draw a line well and this is clearly demonstrated in his explorations with internal and external space. He calls his artistic method a type of “excavation” because he uses a scalpel to remove paint in a reductive method from the canvas. The result is a structured surface that is both glossy and flat: a type of interplay between drawing and painting. His various compositions, made of a multitude of intersecting lines, create both a real and imagined space. Amongst the many awards and grants this gifted young artist has already received, the Rome Prize for study awarded to him by the Slade School placed him as one of the leading young artists from Britain. He currently lives and works outside Oxford.

  • Keizaburo Okamura  (+)

    Biography : Keizaburo Okamura has in recent years become the standard-bearer for the new generation of contemporary Nihonga artists, receiving a number of significant museum exhibitions in Japan for his monumental installations. Okamura’s work is executed on cedar panels, which are burned, shaved and planed then painted with glue and dosa, as well as ochre, sand, glass, mineral pigments and ground oyster shell. Much of his image-making results from incision into this preparation and into the panel surface itself. His work explores innovative techniques previously unthinkable in the field of Nihonga. Okamura’s subjects range from Ryu, Hakutaku and Karura (Japanese mythological creatures) to birds, rabbits and elephants. However, even when drawing the more common animals, his approach tends toward the totemic and animistic. Although his works are devoid of the human figure, Okamura finds inspiration in the intrinsic connection of humanity and nature. and devotes his efforts to creating works that evoke vernacular traditions and customs. Thus, there is timelessness to his work— an impression that suggests both primitive art and spirituality.

    Exhibition : Selected Solo Exhibitions 2012 - Gallery Kobayashi, Tokyo 2011 - Gallery Kobayashi, Tokyo 2010 - Gallery Kobayashi, Tokyo 2010 - Keizaburo Okamura, Dillon Gallery, New York City 2009 - Gallery Kobayashi, Tokyo 2009 - Tokimichi Exhibition, The Ueno Royal Museum, Tokyo 2009 - Nihonbashi Takashimaya, Tokyo Selected Group Exhibitions 2012 - The 18th MOA Mokichi Okada Award, MOA Museum of Art, Shizuoka 2011 - The Most Requested Top 30 – 10 years of Takahashi Collection, Takahashi Collection, Tokyo 2011 - Prayer…for today – By spirited artists from Saitama, Kawaguchi Municipal Art Gallery Atlia, Saitama 2010 - Fuyuhiko Yamamoto Collection – 30 Years in the Life of a Salaryman Collector, The Sato Museum of Art, Tokyo 2010 - Meta II Exhibition, Kanagawa Kenmin Hall, Kanagawa 2010 - Contemporary Nihonga Painting Exhibition, Ome Municipal Museum of Art, Tokyo 2010 - Expanding Art: Introduction to the contemporary art: collaboration of the Aichi Prefectural Museum of Art, The Museum of Fine Arts, Gifu and the Mie Prefectural Art Museum, Mie 2010 - Brightness of Life - Contemporary Bird-and-flower painting, Tenshin Memorial Museum of Art, Ibaraki 2009 - Tokimichi Exhibition, The Ueno Royal Museum, Tokyo,Kushiro Art Museum, Hokkaido, Kushiro City Museum of Art, Hokkaido and in other parts of Japan 2009 - A Muse Land Tomorrow 2009, Hokkaido Museum of Modern Art, Hokkaido 2009 - META II Exhibition, Gallery X in Nihonbashi Takashimaya, Tokyo 2009- Takashimaya Art Aquarium, Nihonbashi Takashimaya, Tokyo and other places 2009 -Close Your Eyes…and visualize what you see, Museum of Modern Art, Ibaraki

  • Yuzo Ono

  • Min Joon Park  (+)

    Biography : Education 2007 Tokyo National University of Fine Arts (research course) Oil Painting Materials and Techniques Dept, Tokyo, Japan 2006 M.F.A. Painting, Hongik University, Seoul, Korea 2000 B.F.A. Painting, Hoingik University, Seoul, Korea

    Exhibition : Solo Exhibition 2012 The Stranger, GAllery Hyundai Gangnam, Seoul, Korea 2009 Carnevale, Gana Art New York, New York, USA 2006 Happiness, Happiness, Happiness, Noam Gallery, Seoul, Korea 2005 Song of the Saza, dooArt Gallery, Seoul, Korea 2003 Lowering my self-esteem is calmness, Gallery Sun & Moon, Seoul, Korea Group Exhibition 2012 Dramatic sequence, Interalia Art company, Seoul, Korea 2008 Korean Young Artist I : After The Pictorial Turn, Doosan Gallery, Seoul, Korea 2005 Brush Hour, Ieum Gallery, Beijing, China 2004 Young Realism, Gallery Artside, Seoul, Korea 2003 A Slice of Contemporary Art, LMC Gallery, Ilsan, Korea 2003 Neo Illusion, The Contemporary Museum of Hongik University, Seoul, Korea 2003 New Image Painting, Gallery Rho, Seoul, Korea 2001 Headway Exhibition of the Contemporary Art, Seoho Gallery, Yangpyung, Korea 2001 Exhibition of ‘Tree’, Deokwon Gallery, Seoul, Korea 2001 DABAL, The Contemporary Museum of Hongik University, Seoul, Korea 2000 Korea Young Artist Biennale, Daegu Culture & Art Center, Daegu, Korea 1999 Seoul Contemporary Art Festival, Seoul Museum of Art, Seoul, Korea 1998 The 17th Japan-Korea Exchange Exhibition of 3 Universities in Osaka, Osaka University, Japan Grant Korean Cultural and Arts Promotion Fund (The Arts Council Korea)

    Detailed Description : My work is based on three main subjects: life, death, and eternity. These three subjects form a foundation for all my work. Each artwork has a specific unique story. These stories are based on Greek, Roman, Egyptian mythologies, religious stories, and Eastern philosophy. However, I do not limit my thoughts to a particular philosophy. My work depicts stories of human being in current time, nation and generation. My work can project two different points of view. They become realistic when seen through a traditional point of view. Yet it also looks enlightened when seen through a contemporary point of view. I try to tell contemporary issues with the craftsmanship of great masters by borderings the line of two very different practice of painting..

  • Brian Rose  (+)

    Biography : EDUCATION The Cooper Union, B.F.A., 1977-79, photography major The Maryland Institute, College of Art, 1976-77 The University of Virginia, 1972-74, architecture school/urban planning

    Exhibition : Solo & Other Significant exhibitions ArtUp! sidewalk installation, New York, 2011 Lower East Side Visitor Center, New York, 2011 100 N3rd Street Gallery, New York, 2009 Brooklyn Public Library, New York, 2008 Modern Museum, Olomouc, The Czech Republic, 2007 The Fourth Street Photo Gallery, New York, 2004

    Detailed Description : Born in Virginia, Brian Rose moved to New York City in 1977 to attend Cooper Union. He studied with photographers Joel Meyerowitz and Larry Fink, the painter Jake Berthot, conceptual artist Hans Haacke, and art historian Dore Ashton. 

In 1980, he and fellow Cooper graduate Edward Fausty photographed the Lower East Side of Manhattan, supported by a New York State CAPS grant, and later participated in a photographic survey of the Financial District, funded by the National Endowment for the Arts. 
In 1985 Rose began photographing the Iron Curtain and the Berlin Wall. That project has continued to the present, chronicling the fall of the Wall and the rebuilding of Berlin. His book The Lost Border, The Landscape of the Iron Curtain was published by Princeton Architectural Press in 2004.

 From 1993 to 2007 Rose lived in Amsterdam in the Netherlands. In 1998 he photographed the Mercatorplein neighborhood with its immigrant population and Amsterdam School architecture. That work, supported by the Netherlands Architecture Fund, was published as Mercatorplein, Image of a World in Amsterdam.

 After returning to New York, Rose began re-photographing the Lower East Side and documenting the rebuilding of the World Trade Center. Rose's images have been collected by the Museum of Modern Art and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. He lives in New York with his wife, urban planner Renée Schoonbeek, and his son Brendan.

  • Chie Shimizu  (+)

    Biography : To pursue my thoughts in art, it was very natural to draw upon cultural aspects of Japan, where I grew up. When I started to express my feelings through art, I came to confront the question: What am I? My solution at the time was to go see my great uncle, who was a sculptor and practiced Zen throughout his life. I never got an answer to my question, but my curiosity towards existence and life grew quickly, and it became my lifetime journey to look for clues through art form.

    Exhibition : EDUCATION 1999- 2001 New York Academy of Art, M.F.A., New York, NY 1997-1999 Kingsborough Community College, Brooklyn, NY 1989-1993 Tokyo University of Fine Art and Music, B.F.A., Tokyo, Japan Solo Exhibitions 1996 “Mugen Hoyo – The Transience of Life,” Kobo Gallery, Tokyo, JAPAN 1994 Solo Exhibition, Gallery My, Tokyo, JAPAN 1993 “Mugen Hoyo – The Transience of Life,” Kobo Gallery, Tokyo, JAPAN Group Exhibitions 2014 Art Southampton, Southampton, NY 2013 “Artists’ Choice,” M55 Gallery, New York, NY, 2012 “Art Naples Contemporary Art Fair”, Naples, FL, “The Ones – Alumni Reunion Exhibition,” New York, NY, New York Academy 2010 “Dis-Appear,” Island Weiss Gallery, New York, NY 2009 “Park Avenue Armory Modernism + Art 20,” New York, NY “The Eternal Idol that Could,” New York Academy of Art, New York, NY “Summer Exhibition 2009,” New York Academy of Art, New York, NY 2007 “Summer Exhibition 2007,” New York Academy of Art, New York, NY 2006 “The Salon,” New York Academy of Art, New York, NY 2001 “Diploma Exhibition,” New York Academy of Art , New York, NY 2000 “College Art Association Exhibition”, New York, NY 1998 “22nd Annual NAC Student Exhibition”, New York, NY 1995 “The Contemporary Art Exhibition,” Hotel De Yama, Kanagawa, JA “The Ueno Royal Museum Grand Prize Exhibition”, Tokyo, JA 1994 “The Youth 3D Art Exhibition,” Kanagawa JA The Bank of Yokohama headquarters Awards 2001 Travel study grant to France, New York Academy of Art Travel study grant to Pietrasanta, Italy, National Figurative Sculpture Competition at The Art Students League 2000 Edward Fenno Hoffman Award, The 22 National Sculpture Competition The Elisabeth Gordon Chandler Prize, The 22 National Sculpture Competition 1998 NAC Award of Distinction 1993 Salon De Printemps Prize, Tokyo University of

    Detailed Description : In order to have perspective in my thoughts and emphasize my ideas, I often use Japanese mythology, old lessons and philosophical literature, including traditional and modern performances and ceremonial events. It is fascinating to know that people living hundreds years ago have felt the same ways about life that we still feel in the present. I am confident that these themes and dialogues are universal and share common feelings. The painting technique I use on my sculptures is Japanese traditional painting. Using a rabbit skin glue mixed with a seashell powder called “Gofun” creates a shell-like surface distinct from other paint finishes. Powdered pigments of many layers are added after the base coat of Gofun, along with gold, platinum, white gold and silver leaf. Creating a tranquil moment amid the complexities of human life is the embodiment of my admiration towards Zen thought. Suggesting story in objects with minimized expression through clearing my thought and minds is a way of approaching the clue.

  • Humans Since 1982  (+)

    Biography : Both born in 1982, Per Emanuelsson (Sweden) and Bastian Bischoff (Germany) founded their studio in 2009/2010 during their Master graduation at HDK Gothenburg. Before they met at HDK, Per completed a Master of Science at the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm and Bastian studied Communication Design at HTWG in Konstanz, Germany. Since 2010 they are based in Stockholm. Humans since 1982 are interested in interest itself. Their claim is to arouse fundamental curiosity by creating material hints of how the world might. Their debut object, the “Surveillance Light”, was initially shown at Stockholm Furniture Fair in 2008. It was well received not only in the design and art press but also in political blogs and magazines. The presence in media brought Humans since 1982 together with Brussels based gallery Victor Hunt. During their graduation thesis in 2009 they developed their projects, “Celebrating the cross” and “The clock clock”. Whilst “Celebrating the cross” was perceived ambiguously and polarized journalists and reader on religious and political blogs, “The Clock Clock” evoke unanimous positive reaction. For their thesis, Humans since 1982 received a price for the best graduation work at HDK and were received by Wallpapers graduation Directory. With “Celebrating the cross” they were nominated by Li Edelkoort for Designhuis’ “European Talent”. In 2010 “The Clock Clock” found its way into the Saatchi Gallery London where Per & Bastian’s cooperation with auction house and gallery Phillips de Pury began. In the same year Humans since 1982 developed commission work for institutions and corporation such as “The Sacred World Foundation” in New Delhi and “The purple house” in Seoul. In 2011 the studio took part at group shows and conferences at Villa Empainat (Boghossian Foundation), Brussels, EcoDesign Habitare, Helsinki, Triennale Design Museum, Mi

    Exhibition : Objects 2013/2014 A million Times Edition, kinetic installation 2013 Light Culture, light sculpture, limited edition 2013 Light Line, light sculpture, limited edition 2012/2013 A million Times, kinetic installation, limited edition 2012/2013 6at6, kinetic installation, limited edition 2012 spring Light on Ground, light sculpture, limited edition 2012 spring Single Surveillance light, wall sculpture 2010-2012 The Clock Clock white, time-piece, limited edition 2011 summer/autumn Collection of Light, luminaire, limited edition 2011 spring Surveillance Chandelier, chandelier, limited edition 2010/2011 Hair clip on hair, hair clip, limited edition 2008-2010 The Clock Clock, time-piece, limited edition 2008-2010 The Clock Typefont, animated font 2008-2009 Celebrating the Cross, lounger, prototype 2008 The Surveillance Light, lamp/sculpture, limited edition 2008 Shadow Typefont, animated font, prototype 2008 Firefly, animated lamp, prototype Exhibitions 2014 Espace Fondation EDF, group, Paris, France MUDAM Luxembourg, group, Luxembourg Design Miami / Basel (Victor Hunt Gallery), Switzerland Collective 2 Design Fair (Victor Hunt Gallery), New York, USA Design Days Dubai (Victor Hunt Gallery), Dubai DesignColumn / Hotel Droog, group, Amsterdam, Netherlands 2013 Power Station of Art Museum, group, Shanghai, China DesignColumn, Museum Boijmans, group, Rotterdam, Netherlands Cutlog, Lebenson Gallery / Atelier Richelieu, group, Paris, France Design Miami, group, (for Victor Hunt), Miami, USA Curriculum Vitae Humans since 1982 “Lightopia”, group, Vitra Design Museum, Weil am Rhein, Germany Lebenson Gallery, group, Lebenson Paris, France Design September (for Victor Hunt), Brussels, Belgium Design Miami Basel (for Victor Hunt), Basel, Switzerland MAD Brussels / Art Brussels, Belgium Cafa Art Center, group, Beijing, China Design Days Dubai (for Victor Hunt), Dubai 2012

  • Oswaldo Vigas  (+)

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  • Ultra Violet

    Biography : Writer, actress, singer and artist Ultra Violet, born Isabelle Collin Dufresne in Grenoble, France on September 6, 1935 rebelled against her aristocratic upbringing, leading her parents to have her exorcised by a Catholic priest in 1948. She moved to New York City in 1951; where she met Salvador Dali and became his muse and pupil. During the cultural revolution of the 1960s, she was closely associated with John Graham, John Chamberlain, Jasper Johns, Robert Rauschenberg, Roy Lichtenstein, Joseph Stella, and other artists of the New York School. In 1963, Dali introduced Dufresne to Andy Warhol. She became known as Ultra Violet, a Pop icon, collaborating with others in the creation of the legendary silver Factory as one of its "superstars." Ultra appeared in several movies including John Schlesinger's Midnight Cowboy, Milos Forman's Taking Off, Norman Mailer's Maidstone, and Woody Allen's Night Train and Paul Mazursky films. Acted as queen Natolia from Saturn in "Conquest of the Universe" with the famed "Theater of the Ridiculous," directed by John Vaccaro. She wrote music and recorded with Capital Records. Her best seller memoir, Famous For Fifteen Minutes: My Years With Andy Warhol, was published in 1988 and has been issued in seventeen different versions. Her book obtained a full-page review in the New York Times by Grace Glueck, received the Award of the Frankfurt Bibliotheque. An opera, "Famous" has been written, based on her life story with music composed by David Conte, libretto by John Stirling Walker, published Schirmer Music Company. Ultra Violet's art works are in the collections of the Museum Pompidou (Paris), the Knokke-Heist Museum (Belgium), and in the private collection of Whitney Museum trustee Beth deWoody. Her art has addressed the tragedy of 9/11 and how the iconography of that event has been, in select cases, transformed into a malleable icon that represents not only an act of terrorism and annihilation, but also one of commerciali

  • Asami Yoshiga  (+)

    Biography : Asami Yoshiga studied Nihonga (Japanese style painting) at the Musashino Art University, where she became interested in the relationship between nature and humanity. Through her artwork, she expresses the influence of nature on the Japanese sense of beauty and uncovers a particular Japanese aesthetic. Applying the Nihonga technique, known for its use in traditional painting, in a contemporary and avant-garde presentation, Yoshiga's images appear through veils of silk-like teteron cloth. By applying of ink and pigment on separated layers of transparent fabric, she creates a dream-like and ethereal quality that invites the viewer to enter the hushed world of the landscape. Her art portrays a deep sense of reverence for nature and the natural world and engenders a human-nature dynamic without the representation of the human figure. Since graduating in 1999, her six solo exhibitions have placed her as one of the leading young protagonists in th new Nihonga movement. In the last five years, she has been included in the exhibitions at the Ueno Royal Museum, the Gunma Museum of Art, the Biennale for the Museum of Modern Art in Gunma, the Sato Museum of Art, and the Toyohashi Museum of Art.

    Exhibition : Education 2008 Artist in Residence Program 2008, Autumn (Luna Forest) Aomori Contemporary Art Centre (Aomori/Japan) 1999 Completed Masters Course in Japanese Painting at Musashino Art University SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS 2010 Asami Yoshiga: Artesian Spring, Dillon Gallery, New York City, NY 2007 MA2Gallery, Tokyo, Japan 2004 Gallery Burikiboshi, Tokyo, Japan 2003 Youkobo Art Space, Tokyo, Japan 2002 Time Limit Art Program, Tokyo, Japan 2000 300Days Gallery, Tokyo, Japan 1998 Gallery Jin, Tokyo, Japan 1996 Ono Gallery, Tokyo, Japan SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS 2012 Thenshin Memorial Museum of Art, Sato Museum's Collections, Ibaraki, Japan 2011 Keshiki o ikiru, Itabashi Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan Sensai, Dillon Gallery, New York City, NY Nihonga: New Traditions, Dillon Gallery, New York City, NY Art Now in Itabashi, Itabashi Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan 2010 MA-DO, MA2Gallery, Tokyo, Japan 2009 Sato International Cultural Scholarship Foundation, The Sato Museum of Art, Tokyo, Japan Sanctuary, MA2Gallery, Tokyo, Japan MOMAS Collection, The Museum of Modern Art, Saitama, Japan Nihonga: New Traditions, Dillon Gallery, New York City, NY 2008 Ma: New Traditions in Nihonga, Dillon Gallery, New York City, NY 2007 The Vision Contemporary Art Show 2007, The Ueno Royal Museum, Tokyo, Japan 2005 Mirage on a Summer Day: Reflections on nature by Contemporary Artists, Gunma Museum of Art, Gunma, Japan 2003 The 7th Gunma Biennale for Young Artists, The Museum of Modern Art, Gunma, Japan Message of Peace, Sato Museum of Art, Tokyo, Japan Contemporary Art, Tottori Prefectural Museum, Tottori vol.1, Tottori, Japan 2002 Art KOUBO 2002, Art Harumi, Tokyo, Japan 2000 Jin Session on Small Works, Gallery Jin, Tokyo, Japan 1999 Challen


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