Hannah Quinlivan’s exhibition Penumbra opened last Saturday along with Suyeon Na’s Life is Everywhere. Penumbra will keep growing and evolving until next Saturday the 30th, when the closing party is scheduled.
And we have an announcement! Dancers Kana and Eri (yes, they are sisters!) will perform inside the installation at the closing party next Saturday. We can’t wait for it! And now enjoy a couple of pictures showing Penumbra‘s growth.
Hi! This is Hiro
Last week, we had kids from a kindergarten we usually teach at come to Studio Kura for a field trip.
We are happy to announce Australian artist Hannah Quinlivan’s solo exhibition Penumbra.
We are happy to announce Suyeon Na’s solo exhibition Life is Everywhere.
Suyeon is a South Korean artist currently based in New York, and she is spending four weeks as an artist in residence at Studio Kura. In this exhibition, she will show a number of watercolor drawings and an installation that she is producing while in residence. Her installation will use old clothes she found during her stay, and will be shown in the room she was sleeping at. Very site-specific!
We would like to invite you all to the opening party.
Suyeon Na solo exhibition “Life is Everywhere”
Dates: 11/23 to 11/26 11:00 to 19:00 (free admission)
* We will host an opening party on 11/23 starting at 17:00.
Organizer: Studio Kura
Access: 15 minute walk from JR Ikisan Station (we will pick you up if you ask)
Contact: Hirofumi Matsuzaki (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Pia Johnson’s exhibition took place last month, showing a body of work consisting on portraits taken of people she met during her stay, taken under fragile light. You can see her relationship of mutual trust with the subjects in this series of pictures taken with natural lighting and relaxed models.
Many of these people came to the opening party, and it was a lot of fun.
Long time no see! This is Hiro.
Lately I’ve been singing Anpanman’s theme song in my head. I think my one year old daughter’s influence.