Despite its 12 years of consecutive participation in Paris Photo, the world's largest photography fair, the independent photobook label "M" and its platform "bookshop M" cannot participate this year, due to the ongoing global pandemic. Therefore, they have decided to relocate the fair from Paris to Tokyo, Daikanyama, and will showcase a special group show at Daikanyama T-Site.
Ai Iwane will also participate in this fair with her newly released book "A NEW RIVER," and will exhibit a new print from the series, alongside major photographers including Daido Moriyama, Katsumi Omori, and Sakiko Nomura. We look forward to how the gallery wall will be looking like. Please do not miss this special exhibition!
“M, Through the Pandemic”
Period: Nov 9 (Mon) through Nov 15 (Sun)
Venue: Daikanyama T-site (Art/Photography section)
Organizer: Daikanyama T-site
Cooperation: Daido Moriyama Photo Foundation/MEM/POETIC SCAPE/KANA KAWANISHI GALLERY/shashasha/T&M Projects/MATCH and Company Co., Ltd.
11月9日から1週間限定で、代官山 蔦屋書店で開催されるインディペンデント写真集レーベル「M」と、そのためのプラットフォーム「bookshop M」が企画するフェア『M, Through the Pandemic』に、岩根愛さんが参加いたします。12年連続にて世界最大のフォトフェア「パリフォト」に出展してきた「bookshop M」ですが、パンデミックの影響で残念ながら開催そのものが中止になりました。そこで、会場をパリ（グラン・パレ）から代官山（代官山 蔦屋書店）に変更してのフェアの開催とのことです。
Akira Fujimoto’s long term art project “SONO AIDA #Yurakucho” will be launched in collaboration with Mitsubishi Estate in Yurakucho area, Tokyo on Friday, August 21st, 2020. Collaborating with architect Yuko Nagayama, this project will explore the new potential by bringing the unusual cityscapes into the biggest business center in Japan.
The project will kick off with the pop-up exhibition “2●21×ANREALAGE” will be presented at Kokusai Building until Sunday, September 6th. This exhibition will showcase collaborative work between “2021,” the other art project Fujimoto has been working on for a long term to question the future after Tokyo Olympic Games, and the fashion brand “ANREALAGE” led by fashion designer Kunihiko Morinaga.
Period: August 21 - September 6, 2020
Venue: 1F, Kokusai Building
3-1-1 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
Hours: 13:00-19:00 (Sat., Sun., and Public Holidays: 11:00-)
*Open every day during the period
The art project "FUTURE MEMORY" by Akira Fujimoto & Cannon Hersey, with collaborators Yuta Tokunaga (ARCHI HATCH), Kosuke Nagata, Takamitsu Miyagawa, and Keisuke Imamura, was introduced as one of the top news today on August 6th, 2020, to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the devastating atomic bombing in Hiroshima.
Ai Iwane will participate in the group exhibition Twilight Daylight: Contemporary Japanese Photography vol.17 at Tokyo Photographic Art Museum from Tuesday, July 28th. Iwane will showcase her latest series A New River.
July 28 (Tue) -, September 22 (Tue, National Holiday), 2020
10:00-18:00 *Admission open until 17:30
Closed on Mon., Aug. 11 *open on Aug 10 and Sep 21
Tokyo Photographic Art Museum
Yebisu Garden Place, 1-13-3 Mita Meguro-ku, Tokyo 153-0062 JAPAN
Adults ￥700 | College Students ￥560
High School and Junior High School Students, Over 65 ￥350
*Please visit the link below for detailed info.
In response to the continued uncertain circumstances caused by COVID-19, we have arranged the virtual 3D presentation of the current exhibition at KANA KAWANISHI GALLERY, “When Singing Someone’s Theme Song” by Takeshi Fujimura, to allow our guests to safely enjoy the exhibition at home. Please visit the page from “View Details.” (presented by ARCHI HATCH)
The exhibition is also currently on view at our gallery space until Saturday, July 18, 2020 (*period extended). We look forward to welcoming our guests in secure and comfortable circumstances.
KANA KAWANISHI GALLERYにて7月18日（土）まで（※会期延長）開催中・藤村豪個展『誰かの主題歌を歌うときに』の3Dウェブアーカイブが完成いたしました（制作：ARCHI HATCH）。「View Details」よりぜひアクセスください。
Due to the extension of the state of emergency in Tokyo, we have arranged an online exhibition platform for our current exhibition Aperture—Penetrating a Gaze by Toshihiro Komatsu, to allow our guests to safely enjoy the exhibition at home.
The exhibition features two series by Komatsu, SCOPE and CT, and is the very first occasion Komatsu's works are introduced by a commercial gallery in Japan. While the online presentation allows viewers to enjoy the installation virtually, we are also accepting viewers by appointment. (Car parking is available right in front of the gallery, and we also have stocks of surgical face-masks available upon request.)
We look forward to welcoming our guests in secure and comfortable circumstances. We hope you enjoy the online presentation of Komatsu's works. Stay home, stay inspired!
In response to the state of emergency by the Japanese government due to the coronavirus situation, the current exhibition Aperture—Penetrating a Gaze by Toshihiro Komatsu will be available for an extended period by appointment only.
February 29th (Saturday), 2020 - May 9th (Saturday), 2020 *period extended
* Car parking is available in front of the gallery space.
* Hand sanitizers and surgical masks are available at the entrance of the gallery for guests to freely use.
* The exhibition will be open to the public on May 7th, 8th, and 9th (but will remain appointment only in the case Tokyo continues to be in the state of emergency as of May 6th, 2020).
In accordance with the Tokyo Governor's request for citizens to stay home to prevent further expansion of the coronavirus, KANA KAWANISHI GALLERY announces the following procedures:
- Temporary Closure:
Saturday, March 28, 2020
Tuesday, March 31, 2020
- Galley Hours in April
Open: Wed-Fri 13:00-20:00
Closed: Sun, Mon, Tues, National Holidays
(*please beware the gallery will be closed on Tuesdays for a while in order to avoid gallery staff to commute via public transportation.)
The gallery will keep its doors wide open during hours of operation for air ventilation purposes.
Hand sanitizers and surgical masks are located at the entrance of the gallery for guests to freely use. Please inquire with the gallery staff.
The current exhibition, "Aperture—Penetrating a Gaze," the very first solo exhibition by Toshihiro Komatsu in a Japanese commercial gallery, has extended its period until Saturday, April 25th. The exhibition will be opening its doors for another month.
We remain to wait for and welcome our guests in secure and comfortable circumstances.
KANA KAWANISHI GALLERY（清澄白河）は、新型コロナウィルス対策として、下記対応をお知らせいたします。
Ryoichi Fujisaki was selected as one of the finalists at “sanwacompany Art Award / Art in The House 2020.” His presentation including works from the sculpture series Meltism and the photographic series colored oil is currently on view at sanwacompany’s showroom (Tokyo) until Wednesday, April 1st, 2020.
Period: Feb. 12 (Wed) - Apr. 1 (Wed), 2020
Hours: 10:00-18:00 (open every day during the period) Venue: sanwacompany showroom, Tokyo [2-26-1-1F Minami-Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-0062]
藤崎了一が「sanwacompany Art Award / Art in The House 2020」にて、ファイナリストに選出されました。現在サンワカンパニー東京ショールーム（外苑前）にて、2020年4月1日（水）まで藤崎の彫刻作品〈Meltism〉および写真作品シリーズ〈colored oil〉が展示されています。ぜひ足をお運びください。
Artist talk by Toshihiro Komatsu with the guest speaker Hiromi Nakamura (Tokyo Photographic Art Museum) will be held on January 25th (Saturday), 2020, the opening day of Komatsu’s solo exhibition “Topophilia: Japanese Houses” at KANA KAWANISHI PHOTOGRAPHY. (*Kindly note the talk will be held in Japanese language only.)
Date & Time: 18:00-19:15 (doors 17:50) Saturday, January 25th, 2020
Speakers: Hiromi Nakamura (Tokyo Photographic Art Museum)
Toshihiro Komatsu (artist)
Venue: KANA KAWANISHI PHOTOGRAPHY
KANA KAWANISHI PHOTOGRAPHY（港区西麻布）では、小松敏宏個展『トポフィリア（場所愛）—ジャパニーズ・ハウス』の開催を記念し、東京都写真美術館より中村浩美氏をゲストにお招きし、本展初日・2020年1月25日（土）18:00よりトークイベントを開催いたします。入場無料・予約不要ですので、この機会にぜひお気軽に足をお運びください。