Glass Tableware in Still Life: Yoko Andersson Yamano and 18 painters
Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art November 3 2023 — January 8 2024
Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery January 17 - March 24 2024
An exhibition consisting of glass tableware, still-life paintings, and photographs by Japanese and Swedish artists. In 2018, at the initiative of Yoko Andersson Yamano, a glass artist living in Sweden, the Glass Tableware in Still Life project started, in which 18 painters painted still-life paintings of glass tableware made by Yamano. Using an old and familiar daily material of glass as a medium, Yamano and the painters from various cultural backgrounds engaged in a dialogue through words and images to create their works. The exhibition is composed of glass tableware, still-life paintings, and photographs taken in the artists' studios by photographer Sambe Masahiro. It weaves each of the artists' stories throughout the exhibition space.
Artists: Ishida Junichi, Iba Yasuko, Ogasawara Miwa, Kimura Saiko, Kusanagi Shinpei, Kobayashi Katsunori, Tabata Kouichi, Yaegashi Yui, Anna Bjerger, Anna Camner, Ylva Carlgren, Jens Fänge, Carl Hammoud, CM Lundberg, Niklas Holmgren, Maria Nordin, Rebecka Tollens, Yoko Andersson Yamano, Sambe Masahiro, and more
October 5 - November 5, 2023
Exhibition view, photo: Keizo Kioku
Exhibition view, photo by Hans-Georg Gaul
September 8 - December 4, 2023
Japanisch-Deutsches Zentrum Berlin Saargemünder Str. 2, 14195 Berlin
This exhibition is supported by the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung, Trustee-Programm EHF2010
It was such a pleasure to have Gunter Glücklich in my studio in this summer.
August 24 – 27
This exhibition is extended until August 6. 2023
finissage: August 6. 2023 at 16:00.
In a converstation between the art collector Thomas Kersig and Miwa Ogasawara, we take a look at the painter and the person Norbert Schwontkowski.
July 1 - July 30, 2023
GALERIE RAINER GRÖSCHL Holtenauer Straße 59, 24105 Kiel, Germany
It has long been a wish of mine to have an exhibition with Norbert Schwontkowski, my professor at the HFBK Hamburg. He died 10 years ago.
A private collector is loaning Rainer Gröschl a number of Norbert Schwontkowski’s paintings. I am very happy to exhibit my works with his paintings.
Exhibition view, photo by Helmut Kunde
TOKYO GENDAI July 6 - 9 ,2023
PACIFICO Yokohama Exhibition Hall C/D
MAHO KUBOTA GALLERY Booth No. B02
Exhibition view, photo by Keizo Kioku
"Wolken" 36 × 43,5 cm, "Fenster" 53,5 × 38 cm
Printed by Druckwekstatt Felix Bauer, Cologne
"Hope in the Dark: Untold Histories, Wild Possibilities"
Author: Rebecca Solnit
This remarkable book is now published in Japanese with my painting on the cover.
2009, Oil on canvas, 180 x 110 cm
The Yu-Hsiu Museum of Art has just published a beautiful exhibition catalogue.
Exhibition view © Yu-Hsiu Museum of Art
I'm happy to announce my first solo museum show.
Yu-Hsiu Museum of Art in Taiwan.
December 17. 2022 - April 23. 2023
Around 30 Works are exhibited in three sections, by courtesy of Maho Kubota Gallery, Yu-Hsiu museum of Art and other private collections.
25. Nov. - 27. Dez. 2022
HANNAH BOHNEN JANOSCH DANNEMANN HENRIK EIBEN SHAN FAN HIROFUMI FUJIWARA LUKAS GLINKOWSKI YANG KAILIANG NAHO KAWABE KARSTEN KONRAD MIWA OGASAWARA LINUS RAUCH TORSTEN RUEHLE CHARLIE STEIN ANNETTE STREYL SOPHIE ULLRICH PHILIPP ZRENNER
and Galerie Evelyn Drewes.
Grautöne mit einem Hauch von Farbe. Licht, Schatten und Unschärfen. Die Künstlerin Miwa Ogasawara ertastet das Unausgesprochene, erfasst den Raum zwischen den großen Momenten des Lebens.
Die Welt der Unschaerfe – ARCHITURA Ausgabe Hamburg 01/22
PETER BIALOBRZESKI AND MIWA OGASAWARA
June 1 – Juli 30, 2022
Galerie Albrecht in Berlin.
Bleibtreustr. 48, 10623 Berlin Opening hours: Tue – Sa 12 am – 6 pm
Übers Meer brings together photographs by Peter Bialobrzeski, taken last year at the Polish Baltic Sea and in Travemünde, and paintings by Miwa Ogasawara. The photographer and the painter are friends, and they value each other’s work. They had the idea of collaborating in the following way: Miwa Ogasawara responds to Peter Bialobrzeski’s photographs.