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3 tags and 0 profile in descriptionCongratulate Takako Azami on the Nikkei Nihonga Grand Prize! #nikkeinihongagrandprize #takakoazami #treepainting
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5 tags and 1 profile in description[News] 浅見貴子が第7回 日経日本画大賞展にて大賞を受賞しました。 Takako Azami was awarded Nikkei Nihonga Grand Prize. @art_front image:桜木影向図 Cherry Tree Yogo-Zu #TakakoAzami #Japanesepainting #浅見貴子 #日本画 #日経日本画大賞
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14 tags and 0 profile in description2017年10月16日(月)ー11月4日(土) 【子午環- 盛岡・旧石井県令邸 「ヒカリアレト」vol.1 展】 出展作家 浅見貴子、平体文枝、本田恵美 11時〜17時 日曜休館  入館料 300円 主催:旧石井県令邸芸術交流プロジェクト 協賛:公益財団法人朝日新聞文化財団、株式会社 東京組、シリウスグループ 後援:岩手日報社、ベルギー王国大使館、めんこいテレビ、伊藤建設 株式会社 協力:ギャラリーカメリア、TEAM KANESAKU(Edit&Design) ギャラリーカメリア https://www.gallerycamellia.jp/ #石井県令邸 #盛岡 #歴史的建造物 #現代アート #展覧会 #立原道造 #浅見貴子 #平体文枝 #本田恵美 #TakakoAzami #FumieHiratai #MegumiHonda #art #exhibition
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14 tags and 0 profile in description2017年10月16日(月)ー11月4日(土) 【子午環- 盛岡・旧石井県令邸 「ヒカリアレト」vol.1 展】 出展作家 浅見貴子、平体文枝、本田恵美 11時〜17時 日曜休館  入館料 300円 主催:旧石井県令邸芸術交流プロジェクト 協賛:公益財団法人朝日新聞文化財団、株式会社 東京組、シリウスグループ 後援:岩手日報社、ベルギー王国大使館、めんこいテレビ、伊藤建設 株式会社 協力:ギャラリーカメリア、TEAM KANESAKU(Edit&Design) ギャラリーカメリア https://www.gallerycamellia.jp/ #石井県令邸 #盛岡 #歴史的建造物 #現代アート #展覧会 #立原道造 #浅見貴子 #平体文枝 #本田恵美 #TakakoAzami #FumieHiratai #MegumiHonda #art #exhibition
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14 tags and 0 profile in description2017年10月16日(月)ー11月4日(土) 【子午環- 盛岡・旧石井県令邸 「ヒカリアレト」vol.1 展】 出展作家 浅見貴子、平体文枝、本田恵美 11時〜17時 日曜休館  入館料 300円 主催:旧石井県令邸芸術交流プロジェクト 協賛:公益財団法人朝日新聞文化財団、株式会社 東京組、シリウスグループ 後援:岩手日報社、ベルギー王国大使館、めんこいテレビ、伊藤建設 株式会社 協力:ギャラリーカメリア、TEAM KANESAKU(Edit&Design) ギャラリーカメリア https://www.gallerycamellia.jp/ #石井県令邸 #盛岡 #歴史的建造物 #現代アート #展覧会 #立原道造 #浅見貴子 #平体文枝 #本田恵美 #TakakoAzami #FumieHiratai #MegumiHonda #art #exhibition
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14 tags and 0 profile in description2017年10月16日(月)ー11月4日(土) 【子午環- 盛岡・旧石井県令邸 「ヒカリアレト」vol.1 展】 出展作家 浅見貴子、平体文枝、本田恵美 11時〜17時 日曜休館  入館料 300円 主催:旧石井県令邸芸術交流プロジェクト 協賛:公益財団法人朝日新聞文化財団、株式会社 東京組、シリウスグループ 後援:岩手日報社、ベルギー王国大使館、めんこいテレビ、伊藤建設 株式会社 協力:ギャラリーカメリア、TEAM KANESAKU(Edit&Design) ギャラリーカメリア https://www.gallerycamellia.jp/ #石井県令邸 #盛岡 #歴史的建造物 #現代アート #展覧会 #立原道造 #浅見貴子 #平体文枝 #本田恵美 #TakakoAzami #FumieHiratai #MegumiHonda #art #exhibition
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14 tags and 0 profile in description2017年10月16日(月)ー11月4日(土) 【子午環- 盛岡・旧石井県令邸 「ヒカリアレト」vol.1 展】 出展作家 浅見貴子、平体文枝、本田恵美 11時〜17時 日曜休館  入館料 300円 主催:旧石井県令邸芸術交流プロジェクト 協賛:公益財団法人朝日新聞文化財団、株式会社 東京組、シリウスグループ 後援:岩手日報社、ベルギー王国大使館、めんこいテレビ、伊藤建設 株式会社 協力:ギャラリーカメリア、TEAM KANESAKU(Edit&Design) ギャラリーカメリア https://www.gallerycamellia.jp/ #石井県令邸 #盛岡 #歴史的建造物 #現代アート #展覧会 #立原道造 #浅見貴子 #平体文枝 #本田恵美 #TakakoAzami #FumieHiratai #MegumiHonda #art #exhibition
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14 tags and 0 profile in description2017年10月16日(月)ー11月4日(土) 【子午環- 盛岡・旧石井県令邸 「ヒカリアレト」vol.1 展】 出展作家 浅見貴子、平体文枝、本田恵美 11時〜17時 日曜休館  入館料 300円 主催:旧石井県令邸芸術交流プロジェクト 協賛:公益財団法人朝日新聞文化財団、株式会社 東京組、シリウスグループ 後援:岩手日報社、ベルギー王国大使館、めんこいテレビ、伊藤建設 株式会社 協力:ギャラリーカメリア、TEAM KANESAKU(Edit&Design) ギャラリーカメリア https://www.gallerycamellia.jp/ #石井県令邸 #盛岡 #歴史的建造物 #現代アート #展覧会 #立原道造 #浅見貴子 #平体文枝 #本田恵美 #TakakoAzami #FumieHiratai #MegumiHonda #art #exhibition
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10 tags and 0 profile in description“May There Be Light!” “The Meridian Circle: Morioka, The Former Governor Ishii’s Residence” We are pleased to present “May There Be Light!” with the participation of artists Takako Azami, Fumie Hiratai, and Megumi Honda. Period: Oct. 10—Nov. 4, 2017 Open: 11:00—17:00 closed on Sundays Admission: 300 yen donated to the Ishii Residence for preservation and maintenance Venue: The Former Governor Ishii’s Residence Address: 7-51 Shimizu-cho, Morioka, Iwate Official websites of the artists: Takako Azami http://www.takakoazami.com/  Hiratai Fumie http://hirataifumie.com/index/home.html Built in 1885, the Ishii Residence is the oldest Western-style brick building in Morioka. It was the residence of Iwate Prefecture’s former Governor, Shoichiro Ishii. When World War II ended, the residence was taken over by the CID (US Army Criminal Investigation Command) of the US occupation forces. After the building was returned to the original owner, it is said to have been used to hold painting classes by such artists as Shunsuke Matsumoto and Yasutake Funakoshi. In 1977, the residence was designated to be preserved as a historic building of Morioka. “May There Be Light!” The exhibition title derives from a verse in “Morioka Note,” written by the early-Showa-era poet Michizo Tachihara (1914-1939) during his visit to Morioka from Tokyo. The verse is also in the poem inscribed in the monument that sits near the residence. By positioning the Ishii Residence to be the meridian circle (an instrument that moves only on a North–South line, in order to observe the transit of celestial objects across the meridian), we hope that “There May Always Be Light” upon the 130-year-old residence, with this art-exchange project acting as the light. #gallerycamellia #art #exhibition #FumieHiratai #TakakoAzami #MegumiHonda #morioka #歴史的建造物 #洋館 #現代アート
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10 tags and 0 profile in description“May There Be Light!” “The Meridian Circle: Morioka, The Former Governor Ishii’s Residence” We are pleased to present “May There Be Light!” with the participation of artists Takako Azami, Fumie Hiratai, and Megumi Honda. Period: Oct. 10—Nov. 4, 2017 Open: 11:00—17:00 closed on Sundays Admission: 300 yen donated to the Ishii Residence for preservation and maintenance Venue: The Former Governor Ishii’s Residence Address: 7-51 Shimizu-cho, Morioka, Iwate Official websites of the artists: Takako Azami http://www.takakoazami.com/  Hiratai Fumie http://hirataifumie.com/index/home.html Built in 1885, the Ishii Residence is the oldest Western-style brick building in Morioka. It was the residence of Iwate Prefecture’s former Governor, Shoichiro Ishii. When World War II ended, the residence was taken over by the CID (US Army Criminal Investigation Command) of the US occupation forces. After the building was returned to the original owner, it is said to have been used to hold painting classes by such artists as Shunsuke Matsumoto and Yasutake Funakoshi. In 1977, the residence was designated to be preserved as a historic building of Morioka. “May There Be Light!” The exhibition title derives from a verse in “Morioka Note,” written by the early-Showa-era poet Michizo Tachihara (1914-1939) during his visit to Morioka from Tokyo. The verse is also in the poem inscribed in the monument that sits near the residence. By positioning the Ishii Residence to be the meridian circle (an instrument that moves only on a North–South line, in order to observe the transit of celestial objects across the meridian), we hope that “There May Always Be Light” upon the 130-year-old residence, with this art-exchange project acting as the light. #gallerycamellia #art #exhibition #FumieHiratai #TakakoAzami #MegumiHonda #morioka #歴史的建造物 #洋館 #現代アート
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10 tags and 0 profile in description“May There Be Light!” “The Meridian Circle: Morioka, The Former Governor Ishii’s Residence” We are pleased to present “May There Be Light!” with the participation of artists Takako Azami, Fumie Hiratai, and Megumi Honda. Period: Oct. 10—Nov. 4, 2017 Open: 11:00—17:00 closed on Sundays Admission: 300 yen donated to the Ishii Residence for preservation and maintenance Venue: The Former Governor Ishii’s Residence Address: 7-51 Shimizu-cho, Morioka, Iwate Official websites of the artists: Takako Azami http://www.takakoazami.com/  Hiratai Fumie http://hirataifumie.com/index/home.html Built in 1885, the Ishii Residence is the oldest Western-style brick building in Morioka. It was the residence of Iwate Prefecture’s former Governor, Shoichiro Ishii. When World War II ended, the residence was taken over by the CID (US Army Criminal Investigation Command) of the US occupation forces. After the building was returned to the original owner, it is said to have been used to hold painting classes by such artists as Shunsuke Matsumoto and Yasutake Funakoshi. In 1977, the residence was designated to be preserved as a historic building of Morioka. “May There Be Light!” The exhibition title derives from a verse in “Morioka Note,” written by the early-Showa-era poet Michizo Tachihara (1914-1939) during his visit to Morioka from Tokyo. The verse is also in the poem inscribed in the monument that sits near the residence. By positioning the Ishii Residence to be the meridian circle (an instrument that moves only on a North–South line, in order to observe the transit of celestial objects across the meridian), we hope that “There May Always Be Light” upon the 130-year-old residence, with this art-exchange project acting as the light. #gallerycamellia #art #exhibition #FumieHiratai #TakakoAzami #MegumiHonda #morioka #歴史的建造物 #洋館 #現代アート
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10 tags and 0 profile in description“May There Be Light!” “The Meridian Circle: Morioka, The Former Governor Ishii’s Residence” We are pleased to present “May There Be Light!” with the participation of artists Takako Azami, Fumie Hiratai, and Megumi Honda. Period: Oct. 10—Nov. 4, 2017 Open: 11:00—17:00 closed on Sundays Admission: 300 yen donated to the Ishii Residence for preservation and maintenance Venue: The Former Governor Ishii’s Residence Address: 7-51 Shimizu-cho, Morioka, Iwate Official websites of the artists: Takako Azami http://www.takakoazami.com/  Hiratai Fumie http://hirataifumie.com/index/home.html Built in 1885, the Ishii Residence is the oldest Western-style brick building in Morioka. It was the residence of Iwate Prefecture’s former Governor, Shoichiro Ishii. When World War II ended, the residence was taken over by the CID (US Army Criminal Investigation Command) of the US occupation forces. After the building was returned to the original owner, it is said to have been used to hold painting classes by such artists as Shunsuke Matsumoto and Yasutake Funakoshi. In 1977, the residence was designated to be preserved as a historic building of Morioka. “May There Be Light!” The exhibition title derives from a verse in “Morioka Note,” written by the early-Showa-era poet Michizo Tachihara (1914-1939) during his visit to Morioka from Tokyo. The verse is also in the poem inscribed in the monument that sits near the residence. By positioning the Ishii Residence to be the meridian circle (an instrument that moves only on a North–South line, in order to observe the transit of celestial objects across the meridian), we hope that “There May Always Be Light” upon the 130-year-old residence, with this art-exchange project acting as the light. #gallerycamellia #art #exhibition #FumieHiratai #TakakoAzami #MegumiHonda #morioka #歴史的建造物 #洋館 #現代アート
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4 tags and 0 profile in description2017.10.24 盛岡市の指定保存建造物、旧石井県令邸で行われている展覧会「ヒカリアレト展」を見てきました。 盟友原田直子さんの企画です。 浅見貴子さん、平体文枝さん、本田恵美さん3人の作品で構成されていてなかなか力の入った展覧会でした。 画像は水墨を使った現代絵画で知られる浅見さんの初期作品の部分。 今回は浅見さんの初期作品が展示されるということで行ってきました。 原点と言えるタイプの仕事から、浅見さんの作品が時間を経て洗練されたのをあらためて確認できました。 #takakoazami #morioka #hikariareto #gallerycamellia
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5 tags and 0 profile in descriptionCercis Chinensis, 2016⠀ Takako Azami⠀ Art Front Gallery, Tokyo⠀ ⠀ Initially drawn from life, Takako Azami’s tree paintings are atypical and abstract, represented in stylized shapes and spatial relationships. Her compositions focus on movement and interaction with temporal and intangible elements, especially the ever-changing dynamic of natural light.⠀ ⠀ #pocketmuseum #abstractart #japaneseart #takakoazami #artfrontgallery
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14 tags and 0 profile in description. 白、境目。 スイッチを切り替える。 #white #boundaryline #reset #harmony #art #inspiration #imagination #takakoazami #maisonetobjetparis #desklamp #wall #ceiling #simple #minimal
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4 tags and 0 profile in descriptionTakako Azami HERE/THERE #takakoazami #tokyo #daykanyama #artfrontgallery
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5 tags and 0 profile in descriptionwww.artfrontgallery.com #contemporaryart #japanese #takakoazami #sumi #ink Takako Azami _Pine tree11/17 _h203x265cm_2017
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11 tags and 0 profile in descriptionIf you look carefully, you can see the view of an old pine tree that the artist sees through the window. #takakoazami #artfrontgallery #herethere #inkpainting #sumie #womanartist #japaneseart #matsu #pinetree #viewthroughthewindow #daikanyama
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11 tags and 0 profile in descriptionIf you look carefully, you can see the view that the artist sees through the screen on the window. #takakoazami #artfrontgallery #herethere #inkpainting #sumie #womanartist #japaneseart #sunnyday #dappledsunlight #viewthroughthewindow #daikanyama
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11 tags and 0 profile in descriptionIf you look carefully, you can see the view that the artist sees through the screen on the window. #takakoazami #artfrontgallery #herethere #inkpainting #sumie #womanartist #japaneseart #sunnyday #dappledsunlight #viewthroughthewindow #daikanyama
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5 tags and 0 profile in descriptionLatest work by Takako Azami. Using sumi ink and its specific character, Takako Azami certainly inherits the Japanese painting stream in contemporary manner. http://www.artfrontgallery.com #contemporaryart #tokyo #japanesepainting #sumi #takakoazami
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