Feebee + Miki Kato + Takami Miyaoka “Santaiennyu”
[Image: (From Left) Feebee "Animals of the Chinese Zodic, Dog (temporary title)" ink, watercolor, pigment on wood panel, 910×727mm ※unfinished, section taken from centre of work; Miki Kato "Blemishes" gouche, mineral pigment, watercolor on Waston paper, 1
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As a painter, Feebee has been expressing her reverence for life and death, as well as the cyclical nature of life, since 2010. Here her depictions of divine creatures abundant in such representation tell a new mythical story. Meanwhile, Miki Kato moves beyond the framework of classic Japanese “bjjin” paintings of beautiful women in order to develop narratives around metaphorical female subjects. Expressing modernity in his approach, Takami Miyaoka uses traditional techniques to sublimate the history and characteristics of ceramics, together with his own experiences, into individual works.
In this exhibition, the artwork produced by these three artists merges together in a state of spiritual truth, establishing a uniform circle echoing Buddhism’s concept of Santaiennyu. Discover the unique world of each of these artists working in a distinct medium.