“Repetition- slide, plie, repeat-”

“Repetition- slide, plie, repeat-”

Gallery Yamaki Fine Art is pleased to announce to hold an exhibition, “Repetition- slide, plie, repeat-”, which is to introduce 7 artists selected from the point of view of “repetition”.
Louis Cane (1943-) and Claude Viallat (1936-) who joined “Suport / Surface”, an art movement that emerged in Southern France from the late 60s to the early 70s, brought an evolution to the painting history by re-questioning the frame of the paintings. Sequence of the symbols like “x” or beans shaped pattern cover the canvas and by sliding the repetition, they show the new point of view toward the reproducibility and expression.
Takesada Matsutani (1937-) and Kenji Inumaki (1943-), who pioneered the postwar art in Japan, both creates works that the simple action of drawing lines is the expression itself. Lines are piled on canvas and start to form rhythm apart from the artists’ intention. Their expressions are one of the contemporary style of the Eastern expression that gave a spiritual meaning to lines.
Lee Min-ho (1959-) who uses various media for her works, Mario Tauchi (1973-), Seiichi Shibata (1984-) make unique world of their own by copying and multiplying images in the frame like cell division. Gradually encroaching the space without the works, the expression makes the viewers feel the dynamism of time and space stepping inside and outside of the work. These artists try to reveal the invisible world by repeating act.
The exhibition will pursue some new look of the repetition technique that shows different aspects for those artworks and their artists. We look forward to welcoming you at our gallery.

 

 

《artists》

 

【Artist Information】
Louis Cane
Claude VIALLAT
LEE Min-Ho
Kenji INUMAKI
Seiichi Shibata
mario mandala

SessionSat. Dec 14, 2019 - Fri. Jan 24, 2020 Closed on Sundays and Mondays
Hours11:00-13:00 / 14:00-19:00 [-17:00 on the last day]
PlaceGallery Yamaki Fine Art
Venue3-9-5-2F Motomachi, Chuo-ku, Kobe 650-0022
ContactTEL: 078-391-1666  FAX : 078-391-1667  MAIL: info@gyfa.co.jp
AccessOne minute walk from Motomachi Station, West exit (JR/ Hanshin Line)
ChargeFree