Take Ninagawa Reopens in Higashi Azabu

Formerly located in Ebisu, Takefloor 404 & 502 has reopened in a larger space in Higashi Azabu, also changing its name to Take Ninagawa. It celebrated its relocation with a solo exhibition by New York-based artist Misaki Kawai.

poster for Misaki Kawai Exhibition

Misaki Kawai Exhibition

at Take Ninagawa
in the Roppongi, Nogizaka area
This event has ended - (2008-01-26 - 2008-03-08)

In Photo Reports by Ashley Rawlings 2008-01-27

The glow of the white cube lit up this quiet residential street.

Although bigger than the previous space in Ebisu, the gallery filled up with guests very quickly.

Directors Atsuko Ninagawa (left) and Kazuyuki Takezaki (centre) talk to Atsuko Koyanagi, director of Gallery Koyanagi.

Misaki Kawai standing next to her installation work hanging from the ceiling.

A close up on the lower half of the hanging installation work.Misa Shin, director of Art Fair Tokyo, wondering how to get through the crowd to the other side of the room.

As the gallery became too crowded, the guests spilled into the office space.

Ashley Rawlings

Ashley Rawlings. Ashley Rawlings was the editor of TABlog from 2006 to 2008. More information about his work can be found at www.ashleyrawlings.com » See other writings

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