Japanese fairy tail ”Momotaro” by Hattori Shihori, who has been challenging existing art subjects and stories for some time.
We hope you enjpy the three companions - a dog, a monkey and a pheasant - an ogre and Momotaro in the her world.[Read more]
The fair will be held in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, and will introduce talented Japanese artists.
Mishima Tetsuya expresses the beauty of oil painting by pursuing old master techniques. He blends the excellent expression of texture with a sense of leaping, beauty of color, and realism ... [Read more]
In our booth we will introduce young talented Taiwanese artist, Chen Pei Yi.
We call her “The best cats’ painter in the East”. The characteristics of her works is letting go of the definition or stereotype that cats are just cute. She lives with cats together and paints as they are. Read more]
Necollection, an exhibition of cat paintings, was held three times from 2016-2018. It will return on February 22, 2022, Cat Day.
In the exhibition we will show cat paintings by Taiwanese cat artist Chen Pei-Yi, other contemporary artists, and ukiyo-e artists such as Kuniyoshi and Kunis... [Read more]
At the Gallery Shukado booth we introduce comprehensive fine Japanese arts, not only contemporary but also modern arts including Edo period.
First of all, we show the works from 7 talented artists.
Ikenaga Yasunari : Painted on his own dyed linen canvas, his "bijinga provide a sop... [Read more]
Living with cats, drawing cats.
This is the third solo exhibition in Japan of Chen Pei Yi, the most great "cat" artist in Asia.
Her works, backed by his deep understanding of art history, show detailed and loving depictions of everyday things, and fascinate us with their miracul... [Read more]
Hitomi Murakami's solo exhibition "Floating Life" will be held in front of Art Editions at Ginza Tsutaya (GINZA SIX 6F, Chuo-ku, Tokyo) from 13 November to 3 December 2021.
It is said that the lovely past and even the future are only fleeting illusions, and that our attachment t... [Read more]
Is it the beginning of a lucky break or the beginning of a nightmare?
People, things, places, time, memories, or something else.
Sometimes it's a casual, unnoticed touch, sometimes it's a constant connection.
This is the world of dreams and reality that Toko Okamoto depict... [Read more]
Bijinga" was a popular genre of Ukiyoe. Even though the women depicted in these paintings are different from one another, they all share common characteristics.
In addition, the faces depicted in bijinga have changed dramatically over time. Ikenaga Yasuaki, a leading contemporary bijin... [Read more]