Naoki Sato “Unexplored Tokyo: There, It Has Grown”

3331 Arts Chiyoda

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After an extensive career in art direction and design, Naoki Sato began to draw familiar vegetation from charcoal in 2013, entitling the series “There, it has grown.” In what will be Sato’s first large-scale solo exhibition, 150 meters of wall space in the Main Gallery of 3331 Arts Chiyoda will be filled with continually evolving artwork, including a panorama spanning 86 meters and new work exceeding 30 meters.

“Why is it that I began to draw in this way now, and have been unable to stop?” Just as Sato continues to ask himself this question, this exhibition invites us to reconsider our natural instincts and the joy in creation supposedly common to all of us, as we follow Sato Naoki on an impulsive, transformational journey from design to drawing. This exhibition brims with the potential to open a new perspective in the context of Japanese painting history.

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Talk
Speakers: Naoki Sato, Masato Nakamura, Kazuko Koike
Date: Apr. 30 (Sun) 13:30

Rakugo + Talk with Naoki Sato and Kissho Tatekawa
Kissho Tatekawa will give a new rakugo performance especially for Sato’s exhibition
Date: May 4 (Thurs) 19:00
Admission: ¥2000 in advance, ¥2500 same-day

Performance “Miraculous Garden”
What kind of miraculous garden will emerge in this performance by musician Yuriko Mukojima and Kubi Kukuri Takuzo, a performer since the 1960s?
Date: June 6 (Tues) 20:00
Admission: ¥2000 in advance, ¥2500 same-day

All events in Japanese. Please see the official website for details.

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Schedule

from 4月 30, 2017 at 12:00 to 6月 11, 2017 at 20:00
Exhibition Hours 12:00-20:00. Closed on Tuesday.

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Naoki Sato

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