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Sponsor request. Yuko Ohyama is attempting to return to her roots so she is exhibiting her maiden work.
Planned exhibit: The Meaning of Art "Ten" No. 17-2 Session -The way art should be with regards to this era-
*The character used for “ten” means “exhibition” in Japanese.

Sponsor request. Yuko Ohyama is attempting to return to her roots so she is exhibiting her maiden work.Planned exhibit: The Meaning of Art "Ten" No. 17-2 Session -The way art should be with regards to this era-
*The character used for “ten” means “exhibition” in Japanese.

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2014.8.28 Thu. - 9.2 Tue

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If we speak of "art," which pieces come to mind?

Are they abstract paintings that portray whimsical scenes? What about interactive installations that allow mysterious experiences?
Or maybe pieces made by artisans where you can see their expert techniques?

At this exhibition, we are returning to the origin of art and what it is, while daring to ignore genre and the era to exhibit these pieces. Each week, at each finished session, concrete and abstract paintings, 3-D pieces, videos, and other works encompassing all genres of art can be enjoyed.

The word “art” is vague and has a chaotic image. While the diversity of modern works are widely known, the diversity of their values also holds a similar meaning. When one experiences art, don’t they think, ‘why is this piece considered good?’ or ‘other people might hate this, but I like it,’ or ‘I don’t really understand art’? For people like that, the diversification of values isn’t enough. In order to deepen their understanding and broaden their enjoyment of art, we have established a gallery talk hour.

At a gallery talk, all the artists hold an artist talk where their opinions as well as those of the gallery curators and panelists are expressed, but we will also accept opinions from the audience in attendance. Communication does not consist of only the originator (the artist). The words of the viewer are extremely important. We hope that the viewers of art will not hesitate and participate in this gallery talk.

Once one comes to know how and why the artist made a specific work the way they did, a new interpretation of the work might be born that is different from their first impression. That change of opinion is also something to be enjoyed.

Participating Artists and Staff

Artists:
Yuko Ohyama,
Takaya Kaji
Satosato
Jiru
Keiko Nishikawa

Planning and Sponsorship: ArtImagine Gallery
Cooperation and Support: Seikatsu no Tomosha “ART collectors’” and “Bijutsu no Mado”
Inquiries: ArtImagine
Hirose Building 5F, 1 Chome-15-33 Kunitachi-shi Higashi, Tokyo-to, 186-0008
Telephone/Fax: 042-595-9612
Email: yf-web@art-imagine.com
Representative: Fumitaka Yoshida

Exhibit hours

August 28th, 2014~ September 2nd, 2014
Noon-7PM (Until 4PM on Tuesdays)
Closed Wednesdays

Access

ArtImagine Gallery

ArtImagine Gallery

Hirose Building 5F, 1 Chome-15-33 Kunitachi-shi higashi, Tokyo-to, 186-0008 From JR Kunitachi Station south exit, head 300m diagonally to the left oblique The first floor is the Asahidoori Post Office. We’re on the 5th floor Along Asahidoori, on the left side is a NTT building and on the right is a Seven Eleven

From 3PM on August 30th on, we will hold the gallery talk (free).

Theme: Let’s enjoy art
Critiqued text: Isao Yamaguchi(Ph.D. in Fine Arts)
Panelists: Shota Hata (artist), Izumi Yoshida (curator), Fumitaka Yoshida (representative of ArtImagine)

Sponsor request. NGO Bunny Group is participating in a planned exhibit.
Planned exhibit: The Meaning of Art "Ten" No. 17-1 Session -The way art should be with regards to this era-
*The character used for “ten” means “exhibition” in Japanese.

Sponsor request. NGO Bunny Group is participating in a planned exhibit.
Planned exhibit: The Meaning of Art "Ten" No. 17-1 Session -The way art should be with regards to this era-
*The character used for “ten” means “exhibition” in Japanese.

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2014.8.21 Thu. - 8.26 Tue

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Where in the raw materials of a piece lies the feelings you get when you look at a piece? "Beautiful," "cute," "scary." Spy out the basis for the organization of the presentation and interpret the special characteristics of each piece.
What about art elicits a response in one's heart? Let's search for the answers through chatting with the artists and hearing the impressions of those in attendance.

※Each artist will have about 20 minutes to speak. The people who participate in the gallery talk will be given a free pamphlet with details about each artist's piece as reference. Please answer the anonymous survey. We await your opinions and impressions.

The Bunny Group, which was made with roots in the “moe” concept (“moe” is a cute, child-like innocence that comes from anime), is participating in a group exhibit made up of artists that use a moe-like style!
Will this collaboration cause a miracle with Lord Nemesis?

The Bunny Group is participating in the group exhibit held at ArtImagine Gallery. With the theme of "speciesism," the Bunnies are fighting for the extermination of cosmetic testing on animals, so please go see their laid-back herbivorous battle?

Sponsor request. NGO Bunny Group is participating in a planned exhibit.
Planned exhibit: The Meaning of Art "Ten" No. 17-1 Session -The way art should be with regards to this era-
*The character used for “ten” means “exhibition” in Japanese.

Participating Artists and Staff

Artists:
ESS Graphics
Ken Hashimoto
Le kuroe
NGO Bunny Group
Ikuko Okamoto
Yuuko Tsukishima
Chieko Hayakawa

Planning and Sponsorship: ArtImagine Gallery
Cooperation and Support: Seikatsu no Tomosha “ARTcollectors’” and “Bijutsu no Mado”
Inquiries: ArtImagine
Hirose Building 5F, 1 Chome-15-33 Higashi, Kunitachi-shi, Tokyo-to, 186-0008
Telephone/Fax: 042-595-9612
Email: yf-web@art-imagine.com
Representative: Fumitaka Yoshida

Exhibit hours

August 21th, 2014 ~August 26th, 2014
Noon-7PM (Until 4PM on Tuesdays)
Closed Wednesdays

Access

ArtImagine Gallery

ArtImagine Gallery

Hirose Building 5F, 1 Chome-15-33 Kunitachi-shi higashi, Tokyo-to, 186-0008
From JR Kunitachi Station south exit, head 300m diagonally to the left oblique
The first floor is the Asahidoori Post Office. We’re on the 5th floor
Along Asahidoori, on the left side is a NTT building and on the right is a Seven Eleven

From 3PM on August 23th on, we will hold the gallery talk (free).

Theme: Let’s enjoy art
Critiqued text: Yamaguchi Isao (Ph.D. in Fine Arts)
Panelists: Shota Hata (artist), Izumi Yoshida (curator), Fumitaka Yoshida (representative of ArtImagine)

The group led by Yuko Ohyama, NGO Bunny Group, is participating in the event for moms who aim to raise children better, “Nakano Iku Fest”!

2014.6.14 Sat. - 6.15 San

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What is the Nakano Iku Festival? The Nakano Iku Festival is a festival held in Nakano-ku, Tokyo, created for people who have interests in topics about childbirth and childrearing. Here you will find important meetings that will create strong bonds.

The group led by Yuko Ohyama, NGO Bunny Group, is participating in the event for moms who aim to raise children better, “Nakano Iku Fest”!

Performers and Staff

Performers:
Yuko Ohyama (Bunny Group Leader)
Rie Kitazawa (Bunny Group Second-in-Command)

Sponsorship and Management: Nakano Town’s Engawa Project/Nakano Zero Designated Manager
Support: Nakano-ku/Nakano-ku Social Welfare Committee

Cooperation: Nakano Dentist Association Plan
Planning: Nakano Town’s Engawa Project/ Kosodate Shien Hapifuru
Reference page: http://ameblo.jp/nakano-ikufes/

Event days

July 14-15, 2014

Venue

Nakano Zero Hall West Building

An event that the group led by Yuko Ohyama, NGO Bunny Group, performed in was published.

An event that the group led by Yuko Ohyama, NGO Bunny Group, performed in was published.

2014.6.13 Fri

The June 13th, 2014 issue of the Mainichi Shinbun (Newspaper) introduced the event that NGO Bunny Group, the group that Yuko Ohyama represents, performed in.

Breaking from the nuclear power generation☆Breaking from exposure to radiation Talk and Party "Nonbeku Holy Night"

Breaking from the nuclear power generation☆Breaking from exposure to radiation Talk and Party "Nonbeku Holy Night"

2013.12.22 Sun.

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Yuko Ohyama and various people with different viewpoints will talk about what should be done from now in regards to the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster.

Let's clean everything up from the inside♪ With Satoyama capitalism and rice self-sufficiency, let the cities and the countryside both survive!

Participants and staff

Participants:
Reiko Chiba (yoga instructor and TV talent)
Rei Shiba (war journalist)
Rena Masuyama (artist)
Yuko Ohyama (modern artist)
Aiko Shirai (King Records Singer)
Surprise guest:
Yoshiko Takahashi

Sponsorship and inquiries: Nonbeku Executive Committee
Tel: 080-6687-4118 (Masuyama)
E-mail: reishiva@gmail.com
Joint sponsorship: Toshiaki Isoya
Cooperation: Project Food NPO Co. Everyone is a child of the earth ? Yoshiko Takahashi
Marketing collaboration: Anton Papa

Venue hours

December 12, 2013
Doors open 3:30PM
Event starts 4PM

Venue

Sakura Works (Taisei Building 2F 3 Chome-61, Aioicho, Naka-ku, Yokohama-
shi, Kanagawa-ken 3 minute walk from Kannai station)

Fee

Entrance fee 2000 yen (drink and Christmas dinner included)
Nonbeku Life book will also be produced.

Accepting applications for sponsors and cooperative workers! (Sponsors will have their names printed in the pamphlet)

Individual sponsorship: starts at 3,000 yen
Organization sponsorship: starts at 5,000 yen
Please write "Nonbeku" on the bank transfer form.

Bank transfer information:
Yucho Bank 00160-0-496609
Account name: WAPA
Non-Yucho banks: 019 branch
Type of account; Checking
Account number: 0496609

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