Mizuma Art Gallery , Stand n° 

Spear God -  Hisashi Tenmyouya

Hisashi Tenmyouya Spear God

Sword God -  Hisashi Tenmyouya

Hisashi Tenmyouya Sword God

Exhibiting Artists

  • IKEDA Manabu

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  • indieguerillas  (+)

    Biography : indieguerillas is an artist duet from Yogyakarta, Indonesia, made of husband and wife Dyatmiko Lancur Bawono (b. 1975) and Santi Ariestyowanti (b. 1977). Founded in 1999 as a graphic design firm, indieguerillas’s philosophy of “constantly in guerrilla to find new possibilities” has led them to become full-time artists in 2007. Nevertheless, design still plays a very important role as it allows for them to explore the use of unconventional media and techniques as part of their artistic statement. In addition to their proficiency at visual effects and inter-media experimentation, their works are also recognized for its folklore influences. The unique intertwine between traditional values and contemporary culture has brought indieguerillas to numerous important exhibitions around the globe, including a joint exhibition with their idol, Hisashi Tenmyouya, which opened November 2015 at Mizuma Art Gallery, Tokyo.

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  • TENMYOUYA Hisashi  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Hisashi Tenmyouya  - Sword God Sword God
    •  Hisashi Tenmyouya  - Spear God Spear God

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  • Entang Wiharso

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Other Represented Artists

About

Mizuma Art Gallery opened in Tokyo in 1994. Since then it has continuously presented artists from Japan and the surrounding regions, whose works
transcend the fleeting stylistic trends. Together with internationally exhibited artists, the gallery continues to introduce emerging voices to the global
scene.
Matching the rapid expansion of Asia’s contemporary art market, Mizuma Art Gallery opened additional space in Singapore’s Gillman Barracks in
2012. In 2014 the artist residency space “Rumah Kijang Mizuma” opened in Yogyakarta, Indonesia, to support exchanges between local and Japanese
artists. For most recent expansion, a gallery space was opened in New York’s Lower East Side in 2018.
Mizuma Art Gallery participates regularly in global fairs including Art Basel (Hong Kong and Miami), Armory (New York), Art Stage Singapore, and Art
Taipei. For 2019, the gallery celebrated 25th year anniversary as being a unique force for international development of contemporary artists from
diverse aesthetic background.

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Mizuma Art Gallery w:  http://www.mizuma-art.co.jp Founded:  1994