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Announcing Andrew Prayzner’s Exhibition “One Hundred Views of Nothing”


We are happy to announce One Hundred Views of Nothing, an exhibition by Andrew Prayzner, in which he will show work he did during his residence at Studio Kura.

Andrew Prayzner is a painter living and working in Brooklyn, NY(USA). His wrok has appeared in solo and group exhibits throughout the United States, and the latest Group Exhibition was held in Germany.

Here are some words from the artist himself.

The project I am working here at Studio Kura is a continuation of my Nocturne series. The drawings are made at night and drawn “blind”, meaning I don’t look at the drawing while making it. The process is about observation of not only environmental phenomena but also one of mediation between internal and external psychological space.

The end of my residency will culminate in an exhibition of one hundred of these drawings in Studio Kura’s gallery. The exhibition title, One Hundred Views of Nothing refers to Katsushika Hokusai and Utagama Hiroshige’s ukiyo-e prints depictions of Mount Fuji and Edo, respectively. These works greatly informed my drawing as they were concerned with everyday experiences and experimented with spatial perception.

Andrew Prayzner One Hundred Views of Nothing
Date: June 27 (Saturday) to June 28 (Sunday), 11:00 to 19:00, free entrance
* We will hold an opening party on Saturday the 27th, starting at 15:00.

Julie Forgues and Andrew Prayzner Arrived

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Hi! This is Alejandro.

I just came to the office today and was happy to meet our new residence artists. Andrew Prayzner is a graphic artist coming from New York City, USA. And Julie Forgues is a photography professor from New-Brunswick, Canada.

I have seen their websites and found their work very inspiring. I hope you will, too! We’ll keep you informed of their plans for an exhibition.