MASATAKA CONTEMPORARY was launched in January 2013. Our mission is to introduce and encourage emerging talents that we felt in love with. We explore artists and their work across various media that meet our two criteria; creativity and independence.
Opening reception 25 Oct 6-8pm
Exhibition period 25 Oct – 14 Dec Mon – Fri 11am-7pm
ARTISTS： Kana Minami, Eri Hatta, Osamu Watanabe
Sansiao Gallery HK
Room 104-5 Wilson House, 19-27 Wyndham Street, Central, Hong Kong
Holly Wong (Manager): firstname.lastname@example.org
General Inquiry: email@example.com
《Collaboration Project with RISE GALLERY Vol.2》
July 14(Sat) – August 3(Fri), 2018
Opening Reception : July 14(Sat) 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM
ARTISTS : Sakurako Hattori, Saki Fujikawa, Mariko ohashi, Ryoko Kaneta, Hina maekawa, Kimiko Chikuma
by MASATAKA CONTEMPORARY
ARTISTS : Mayuko Shimada, Chihiro Kitagami, Tsukika Hoshiba, Yusuke Iguchi, Momoka Yamaguchi, Syun Ogue
By RISE GALLERY
『ART OSAKA 2018』
Artists：JOHN KACERE / RALPH GOINGS / IZURU KASAHARA / KANA MINAMI / MANAMI HIGASHI / ERI HATTA / HARUKI UEDA and others
Our room is #6312.
Preview：6th(Fri) July 14:00-20:00 *Invitee and Press only
Open to the Public：7th(Sat) July 11:00-20:00
8th(Sun) July 11:00-19:00 *Admission closes 1hour prior to the fair closing.
Venue：Hotel Granvia Osaka 26th Floor
3-1-1 Umeda Kita-ku Osaka 5300001 JAPAN
T. +81(0)6 6344 1235
We will participate in Affordable Art Fair Hong Kong 2018.
Artist : Sakurako HATTORI, Kana MINAMI
『Affordable Art Fair Hong Kong 2018』
Period：17 (Thu) – 20 (Sun) May 2018
Venue：Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre (HKCEC) Hall 3D&E
ARTISTS : Kana Minami, Hina Maekawa, yueru
MARCH 27(TUE) – MAY 11(FRI), 2018 11:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Opening Reception : MARCH 27(TUE) 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM
■Sansiao Gallery Hong Kong
Room 104-5 Wilson House, 19-27 Wyndham Street, Central | Tel: 852-2586-1018
Hours: Mon. to Fri. 11am ‒ 7pm / Sat. By appointment only | Contact: Holly Wong (Manager)firstname.lastname@example.org
『ART in PARK HOTEL TOKYO 2018』
Period：8 (Thu) – 11 (Sun) March 2018
Venue：Park Hotel Tokyo 26th, 27th Floor (2 Floors)
Shiodome Media Tower, 1-7-1 Higashi Shimbashi, Minato-ku 105-7227 Tokyo (25th Floor, the reception)
Our room is on the 27th floor.
Room number is #2726.
「A SIGN OF EMOTION」
2018/2/10(SAT) – 3/3(SAT) 12:00-19:00 (Close on SUN. MON. and national holidays)
Opening Reception 2/10(土) 17:00-19:00
「spiral take art collection 2017 『蒐集衆商（shu shu shu show）』」
Kana Minami is going to join this event.
After pioneering an accessible style of art fair from 1988 to 2005, presenting unique opportunities for anyone to buy and collect art as part of their daily lives, spiral take art collection makes its long-awaited return to Tokyo for the first time in 12 years. The fair re-launches in 2017 as Shu Shu Shu Show, sharing the joy and appeal of collecting art through a sophisticated selection of galleries that offer everything from the very best contemporary art to antiques, books, crafts, and more. Whether you want to browse the exhibits or hunt for the next artwork to add to your collection, whether you’re a first-time buyer or an experienced connoisseur, spiral take art collection 2017 Shu Shu Shu Show has a world of wonders waiting to be discovered.
spiral take art collection 2017 “SHU SHU SHU SHOW”
Term 1: 15 December(Fri)-18 December(Mon) 11:00-20:00
Term 2: 20 December(Wed)-25 December(Mon) 11:00-20:00
*Closed on 19 December for a change of the exhibit.
Venue: Spiral Garden(Spiral 1F)
5-6-23 Minami-Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo
In front of Exit B1 of Omotesando Station
(Ginza, Hanzomon and Chiyoda Lines)
URL : http://www.spiral.co.jp/takeart/
Organized by Wacoal Art Center
Exhibition Design by Takashi + Mana Kobayashi(ima design office)
Graphic Design by Mina Tabei
Planned by Spiral
SEPTEMBER 28 – DECEMBER 15, 2017
Opening cocktail reception: SEPTEMBER 28th, 6 ‒ 9pm
Sansiao Gallery Hong Kong
Room 104-5 Wilson House, 19-27 Wyndham Street, Central | Tel: 852-2586-1018
Hours: Mon. to Fri. 11am ‒ 7pm / Sat. By appointment only | Contact: Holly Wong (Manager) email@example.com
Sansiao Gallery is delighted to present Pop…in art, an exhibition of prints by a variety of artists who were at one point or another associated with the 20th century pop art movement, including works by the movementʼs pioneer ‒ Andy Warhol (1928-1987). This exhibition is themed around Warhol and his pop conceptualism.
We are pleased to announce a solo exhibition by Kana Minami titled “Works On Paper” at Bernarducci Meisel Gallery in NYC.
This exhibition consists of her latest drawing on paper that show the images like a closeness with animals, birds, insects and girls.
This her solo exhibition for the first time ever.
■KANA MINAMI SOLO EXHIBITION “Works On Paper”
Date ： Sept. 7 (THU) – Oct. 7 (SAT), 2017
Place ：Bernarducci Meisel Gallery
37 West 57th Street New York, NY 10019 (Between 5th and 6th Avenues, 3rd Floor)
Gallery Website： http://bernarduccimeisel.com
I thought what I would draw for this solo exhibition last winter.
Just then, I found a dead pigeon I was walking on the road.
I wanted to bury the headless body but couldn’t because I was in a hurry.
Being anxious about that I passed a day.
The corpse disappeared on the way back.
I still think about that from time to time, “who buried the pigeon?”, “why did he die?”, “how did he live?” etc.
Lately I often think of happiness.
Talking with people I love.
Being embraced by them.
My motifs are always living things.
Only I can give “happiness” them.
By being loved, I can be kind to others.
People who love me are precious, and I want to be like that for them in my drawings.
I drew thinking of “trace of happiness” which is changing everyday.
Hina Maekawa is going to show her works at RISE GALLERY.
-Special Edition 2017
Date: Jul. 15th (Sat.) – Aug. 5th (Sat.), 2017 / 12:00 – 19:00
Date: *Closed on Mon. and Tue.
Place: RISE GALLERY
Thank you for your patronage.
We will take a short leave because of increase in workload (preparing an oversea base of a complexed gallery).
We are sorry for any inconvenience at may cause.
After a new exhibition has been decided, we will inform you on our website.
MASATAKA CONTEMPORARY is going to change our business day on and after November 14th, 2016.
Sorry for any inconvenience, and we would appreciate your understanding.
Before: 11:00 – 19:00
After: 11:00 – 18:00 (from October 1st, 2016)
Before: The. to Sat.
After: Mon. to Fri. (from November 14th, 2016)
Date : Jan. 20 (Fri) ~ Feb. 17 (Fri), 2017
Open : From Mon. to Fri. , 11am to 6pm (Close on Sat., Sun., and national holidays)
Opening Reception : Jan. 20 (Fri) 4pm ~ 6pm
“WHERE DOES SHE COME FROM?”
This simple sentence also means “Where do their ideas come from?” “Where were they (characters in paintings) born?” “Who is the artist I’ve never seen?” etc.
I am so glad if you would enjoy the show while thinking about it.
Kana Uwatoko has just been active as an artist, but she has talents for paint and composition, and ghosts in her painting are attractive.
Kanae Shimada often paints “a certain girl” in her works. Landscapes and her are well-balanced.
Haruka Kawabata usually uses the same motifs, but she has challenged something new in this exhibition.
Saki Fujikawa is a gimper. Always creates new things, and that is beyond our expectation.
I’m sure you will enjoy their characteristic motifs and techniques!
1995 Born in Kagoshima, Japan
2016 Graduated from Nippon Designers school kyushu branch school
Born in 1986
2009 Graduated from Seinan-gakuin University, Department of Law
1990 Born in Gunma, Japan
2015 Completed of Tama Art University, Master’s Degree Course of Art, Painting Course
Born in 1990
2013 Graduated from Tama Art University, Department of Painting, Oil Painting Course
11:00 – 20:00
Opening Party: 17th, Dec. 19:00-21:00
Manami Higashi, Saki Fujikawa, Kana Minami, Yuko Miyama, Mari Yamagiwa
Date : Dec. 1 (Thu), 2016 ~ Jan. 13 (Fri), 2017
Open : From Mon. to Fri. , 11am to 6pm (Close on Sat., Sun., and national holidays) *We are going to close from Dec. 28, 2016 to Jan. 4, 2017.
Opening Reception : Dec. 1 (Thu) 4pm ~ 6pm
Using symbolized female images of all ages and mythological motifs, Hina Maekawa pursues allegorically picturesque world painted with oil and resin.
Keiko Miyagawa makes mythical creatures using stuffed animals, fur and polymer clay, as she considers contradictions relating to the workings of “life” “holy” and “sex”.
We look forward to your coming and enjoying beautiful works as an expression of their vivid feeling.
1990 Born in Chiba, Japan
2014 BFA,Tokyo University of the Arts, Major of Design
2016 MFA,Tokyo University of the Arts, Major of Design
Currently underway of study at Tokyo University of the Arts in Doctor’s Course
1991 Born in Kanagawa, Japan
2014 BFA, Tokyo Zokei University, Department of Art, Painting course
2016 MFA, Tokyo Zokei University, Department of Art, Major in Fine Arts