Gallery + Cook Lab Como - Past Events

Below is a list of all past events for Gallery + Cook Lab Como. Current and upcoming events, as well as other details, are available on the venue's page.

  • poster for Kayo Ikeda Exhibition

    Kayo Ikeda Exhibition

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    • Media: Fashion
    • 2009-07-08 - 2009-07-14

    "There is a hat for everybody," says Ikeda - who makes simple, elegant hats from natural materials like hemp, raffia, paper and cloth. Trendy, charming hunting hats and fedoras perfect for the grown-up...More »

  • poster for Ruriko Shima "Minatsuki no Utsuwa"

    Ruriko Shima "Minatsuki no Utsuwa"

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    • Media: Ceramics
    • 2009-06-17 - 2009-06-23

    Ruriko Shima's atelier in located in Ina, Shinshu, a village with a rich source of spring water. She uses the water for both her clay and her cooking - both of which are "flavorful" thanks to the quality...More »

  • poster for Midori Ogata "100% a hundred percent"

    Midori Ogata "100% a hundred percent"

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    • Media: Fashion
    • 2009-05-18 - 2009-05-24
  • poster for Kazumi Noguchi Exhibition

    Kazumi Noguchi Exhibition

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    • Media: Crafts
    • 2009-04-20 - 2009-04-26
  • poster for Yukiko Tani "'Hands' from Laos"

    Yukiko Tani "'Hands' from Laos"

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    • Media: Fashion - Crafts
    • 2009-02-19 - 2009-02-25

    Tani lived in a village in Northern Laos, struggling to save the handicrafts of its minority peoples. Lenten girls start to sew and embroider from as young as three years old. The Black Thai people, always...More »

  • poster for Sayuri Sakae Exhibition

    Sayuri Sakae Exhibition

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    • Media: Fashion
    • 2008-12-01 - 2008-12-07

    Sakae's works are stylish and unique, using different materials in a novel way: silk, hemp and cotton on a base of wool, which are then woven into a broad fabric and then shrunk to create an incredible...More »

  • poster for Kiraku Fuku Exhibition

    Kiraku Fuku Exhibition

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    • Media: Fashion
    • 2008-11-18 - 2008-11-22

    "Kiraku" are clothes made only from natural materials like wool, cashmere, silk and cotton. This exhibition features autumn and winter items like cashmere thread cut-and-sew garments, underwear that can...More »

  • poster for Iyoko Saegusa "Evolving Motifs"

    Iyoko Saegusa "Evolving Motifs"

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    • Media: Fashion
    • 2008-11-04 - 2008-11-10

    Saegusa's knitwear and embroidery begins with one small motif; for the rest, she "lets her mind and hands go where they will." She uses knitting wool, raw wool, silk threads as well as beads to knit pieces...More »

  • poster for Yumiko Okuda "Small Garden"

    Yumiko Okuda "Small Garden"

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    • Media: Crafts
    • 2008-09-17 - 2008-09-23
  • poster for Chieko Tsuda "Polychromie"

    Chieko Tsuda "Polychromie"

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    • Media: Product - Fashion
    • 2008-06-26 - 2008-07-03

    "Polychromie" means "many-coloredness" in French. Tsuda has previously worked with chic pigments like indigo and sumi ink, but has recently had her interest piqued by novel intersections of color and material....More »

  • poster for Kenichi Urushisako + Keiko Nakatsuru Exhibition

    Kenichi Urushisako + Keiko Nakatsuru Exhibition

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    • Media: Fashion
    • 2008-06-10 - 2008-06-14

    Clothing made from natural materials feel best in Japan's sweltering summer. Chakurakufuku has devoted itself to using fine natural fabrics like cotton, hemp and silk for many years. This exhibition showcases...More »

  • poster for Kei Hamaguchi "Afternoon Desk"

    Kei Hamaguchi "Afternoon Desk"

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    • Media: Crafts
    • 2008-05-15 - 2008-05-21

    Afternoons are a happy, blissful time, good for drinking tea, writing letters, reading books, arranging flowers, knitting... This exhibition, entitled "Afternoon Desk", features imaginative work by goldsmith...More »

  • poster for Kazuko Koyasu "Vagrie"

    Kazuko Koyasu "Vagrie"

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    • Media: Fashion
    • 2008-04-02 - 2008-04-08

    You know exactly what goes where in your bag, to the point that it becomes a part of your body. Vagrie is that kind of bag. It's stylish and modern, light and full of pockets and loaded with useful functions....More »

  • poster for Atsuo Yamagishi Exhibition

    Atsuo Yamagishi Exhibition

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    • Media: Crafts
    • 2008-03-17 - 2008-03-23

    This artist's lacquer works are sturdy. They're not affected at all by rough use and they can be used with fried foods, so make a daily appearance on the dinner table. He has created works in traditional...More »

  • poster for Toru Sugimura "Session"

    Toru Sugimura "Session"

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    • Media: Product
    • 2008-03-03 - 2008-03-09

    Toru Sugimura says his work is like "jamming with wood," and his works become more dear the more they are used. In this exhibition, he focused on the concept of the "box." The artist will be at the venue...More »

  • poster for "Wales - Folk Double Cloth Exhibition"

    "Wales - Folk Double Cloth Exhibition"

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    • Media: Crafts
    • 2008-02-13 - 2008-02-19

    Melin Tregwynt is family-owned textile producer that has been operating in Wales since 1912. At one time, there were over 300 factories in this region mostly producing woolen double cloth (2-layer weave)...More »

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