Yasutake Iwana “Things We’ve All Broken”

Taguchi Fine Art

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[Image: Yasutake Iwana "Abandonment" (2021) Oil on canvas 130.3 x 97cm Photo by Tadashi Hayashi]

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Yasutake Iwana was born in 1987 in Mie prefecture. After his graduation from the painting course of Seian University of Art and Design in Kyoto in 2010, he stayed in Germany, studying at Art Academy in Duesseldorf as a guest student until 2012. He won the second prize at Art Award Tokyo in 2010, the first Mie TV Grand Prize in 2016, and the 19th Mie Prefecture Culture Award for New Artist in 2020. Currently living and working in his hometown, Shimagahara village in Mie. He has had a number of solo exhibitions at galleries in Osaka and Tokyo, and has had increasing opportunities to exhibit his works at museums, including “New-wave Artists in Mie” at Mie Prefectural Art Museum in 2015, “Aomori EARTH 2019” at Aomori Museum of Art in 2019, and “#StayMuseum” at Mie Prefectural Art Museum in 2020.

Iwana says that he wandered in the fields and mountains of his village under the restrictions on movement imposed during COVID-19 since last spring, and was absorbed in the contemplation of oblivion and death in the ruins of abandoned houses and gravestones. This exhibition, his third solo show at Taguchi fine art, features his latest work inspired by the current situation of the world during a pandemic.

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Schedule

from March 06, 2021 to April 24, 2021

Opening Reception on 2021-03-13 from 17:00 to 19:00

Artist(s)

Yasutake Iwana

Fee

Free

Venue Hours

From 13:00 To 19:00
Closed on Mondays, Sundays, Holidays

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Address: B1F Yamasan Bldg., 2-6-13 Nihonbashi-Honcho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 103-0023
Phone: 03-5652-3660 Fax: 03-5652-3661

3 minute walk from exit 5 at Shin-Nihombashi Station on the JR Sobu and Yokosuka lines, 5 minute walk from exit A4 at Mitsukoshimae Station on the Ginza and Hanzomon lines, 8 minute walk from exit A5 at Ningyocho Station on the Hibiya or Toei Asakusa line

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