kuchisabishii, a solo exhibition by Erik Swars will be held from November 20th (Fri), 2020 until January 24th (Sun), 2021.
Mariko Matsushita's solo exhibition, Anökumene will be held from September 16th until November 1st, 2020.
Eiki Mori exhibits his first sound installation Shibboleth—I peep the ocean through a hole of the torn cardigan, at NADiff Gallery in Ebisu, to be held from August 28 until September 13, 2020.
Masaharu Sato's video works will be exhibited in Time Flows: Reflections by 5 Artists, to be held at Hara Museum, from September 19 until January 11, 2021.
Masaharu Sato's painting series which were exhibited at his last solo exhibition Dr. Reaper will be exhibited for Yokohama Triennale 2020 Afterglow.
Eiki Mori's upcoming solo exhibition Shibboleth—I peep the ocean through a hole of the torn cardigan will be held from June 24 until July 19, 2020.
- Advance reservation: 6/14~
KEN NAKAHASHI will re-open from June 3rd. Until June 14th, a duo exhibition Trace—presence of absence/absence of presence which has been temporarily suspended will be open to the public again.
- Please make an advance reservation: submit a reservation request
- We have reviewed our opening date and hour
- Open: Wednesday, Thursday, Friday: 11:00 - 19:00, Saturday, Sunday: 11:00 - 17:00
- Closed: Monday, Tuesday
- Please refrain visiting if you have a fever or a cold. When entering the venue, please cooperate with wearing a mask, measuring the temperature and sterilization.
Eiki Mori's photo essay Letter to My Son is now available on nitesha web store.
A duo exhibition Trace—presence of absence/absence of presence by Mihoko Ogaki and Masaharu Sato has been closed for public since the gallery temporary closed.
When we can reopen the gallery, we will reset one week for those who had missed this exhibition. For that purpose whole installation including video and sound will remain as it is without removing from the gallery space.
After that, we will proceed next solo exhibition Shibboleth—I peep the ocean through a hole of the torn cardigan by Eiki Mori, comprising his first sound installation.
Please be informed following details on our website.
KEN NAKAHASHI will temporarily close the gallery from March 28 for a while in order to prevent further spread of new coronavirus infections.
Trace—presence of absence/absence of presence, a duo exhibition by Mihoko Ogaki and Masaharu Sato, is now closed for public. Depending on the situation, we will review the exhibition period and consider holding it again.
Eiki Mori's solo exhibition Shibboleth—I peep the ocean through a hole of the torn cardigan scheduled to start from May 1, will be rescheduled the period.
We're sorry to those who were planning to visit our gallery, but at the moment we have come to the conclusion that health is our top priority.
Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.
[List of video distribution sites for galleries and artists]
- KEN NAKAHASHI Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4DZj10q8qPGxJgt3fF7RRw
- Masaharu Sato Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRe8YJYoPEo3NG2V40kjcPQ
- Mihoko Ogaki Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCT75_7zQqhCJMq__2egqWVg
- Eiki Mori vimeo Channel: https://vimeo.com/eikimorivimeo
【Delivering the faint, small voices to the public. Kimura Ihei Award Winner Eiki Mori's first photo essay "Letter to My Son"】
Please support our publication of the first photo essay Letter to My Son by Eiki Mori, comprised of the complete 25 instalments serialized on Shukan Dokushojin both in Japanese and English.
We are looking for your support on this project at the crowdfunding plat form Motion Gallery from March 28 until April 24.
Thank you all for your support and consultation during the preparations.
We will deliver you a wonderful book.