Women drawn by Yuka Taguchi and Shiori Matsuura.
Facial expressions, bodies, supple hair, delicate fingertips, shining skin ... The women depicted give off their brilliance.
Also you can find the passion of the artists from the costumes, accessories, and backgrounds in the work<... [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 6 young talented artists.
Chen Pei Yi, we call her “The best cats’ painter in the East”. In Japan she... [Read more]
The Weekend Exhibition is a project that introduces a number of hot artists in SHUKADO, both in the gallery and online.
The second exhibition is by Miho Tanaka, who creates a delicate and tranquil world with a motif of thread. Tsuri Mitsuho explores universality through her works that... [Read more]
The theme of this exhibition is "Signals".
Murakami Hitomi is sensing the signals of a tipping point where the world's old mechanisms are being radically reshaped. When we stand at the tipping point of the old values, we will realize the infinite possibilities that lie ahead.
At t... [Read more]
The Weekend Exhibition is a project that introduces the hottest artists in SHUKADO both in the gallery and online. The first exhibition is by Matsumoto Saki based in Prague, Czech Republic, will express lively and colorful worlds of her works, and Tokunaga Hiroko, who creates fantastical worl... [Read more]
The main theme for this exhibition is not based on “beauty” but on “another world”.
Both Takagi Yo and Kakinuma Hiroki have this keyword in common and they equally got grand prizes in the exhibition of Ueno Royal Museum.
Takagi got a grand prize in 2015, and Kakinuma in 2017,r... [Read more]
The second edition of "Jump into the future" will be held. The "Jump into the Future" a special web exhibition by SHUKADO to introduce young artists who are expected to make further progress in the future. This time it is Tsuyoshi Uryu, Reiko Jotaki, Masako Hasegawa and Sara Haruta.
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"Jump into the future" is a special web exhibition by SHUKADO to introduce young artists who are expected to make further progress in the future.
The memorable first edition is Miie Irokawa, Nanami Shimoju, Miho Tanaka, and Atsushi Nemoto. Each artist's expression of regeneration and c... [Read more]
What the two artists have in common is that they are both from and live in Hokkaido, the northern area in Japan. Perhaps that's why the colors are so pale and the worldview is so far-reaching and somehow mysterious/dreamy.
Amanatsu Aono uses Japanese painting techniques, but she is n... [Read more]
Hattori Shihori based in Kyoto absorbs the pictorial expression, technique, and sentiment which are the origin of Japanese art such as Yamato-e (classical Japan decorative paintings), Kano School, Rinpa School, and Ukiyo-e. And powerfully she creates her paintings with her fresh sensitivity.<... [Read more]
Toko Okamoto says she wants to describe the strength of woman.
The women in her works are not only "pretty" or "beautiful" but also "real" ones.You may find it from their pose, fingertips, face and eyes.
At first glance they look like just pure and fragile but they are standing fi... [Read more]