Upcoming

ONE SINGLE BOOK

Presented by Morioka Shoten and Gallery Koyanagi

April 25 – June 22, 2024

[Opening reception: April 25, 6-8pm]

 

Morioka Shoten, a bookshop in Gallery Koyanagi’s neighborhood of Ginza, is a unique bookshop that sells only one book. Inspired by this concept, Gallery Koyanagi will present an exhibition on books, entitled “ONE SINGLE BOOK,” in collaboration with Morioka Shoten. Authors or artists from Morioka Shoten and the Gallery Koyanagi artists, in total of around 30 participants will join the exhibition. Each participating artist is invited to choose one book and do something special to make it the only one book. By tracing why each artist selected the book, and the way the book became 'one single book', the exhibition takes you to ponder the relationship between books and art. On the first day of the exhibition, Gallery Koyanagi will hold a reception with a gallery talk by the artists.

 

Participants

Morioka Shoten: 

Mariko Asabuki, Kaori Endo, Junko Oki, Mio Kaneda, Osamu Saruyama, Kentaro Sugi, Atsushi Suwa, Hanayo, HeiQuicchi HARATA, Mariko Hirasawa, Satoshi Hirose, Isao Makino, Tomoko Mukaiyama, Gozo Yoshimasu, Bijoy Jain, Charlotte Dumas

 

Gallery Koyanagi:

Michaël Borremans, Sophie Calle, Janet Cardiff & George Bures Miller, Marlene Dumas, Mark Manders, Christian Marclay, Thomas Ruff, Hiroshi Sugimoto, Yoshihiro Suda, Tabaimo, Yuriko Terazaki, Arisa Kumagai, Ebosi Yuasa, Yuta Nakamura, Akiko Hashimoto

 

*The purchaser will be chosen by lot from the entries.

 

 

Related projects

● Tomoko Mukaiyama performs solo piano concert “Imaginal Peace” at the Shiseido Hanatsubaki Hall.

Friday, April 26         7pm

Saturday, April 27     2:30pm  6:30pm

Tickets are available at Peatix of Morioka Shoten

https://peatix.com/group/9991760

 

● Related exhibitions will be held at Morioka Shoten during below dates.

Mariko Asabuki           April 23 – 28

Michihiro Hori             May 14 – 19

Isao Makino                  May 21 – June 2

Gozo Yoshimasu          June 4 – 9

Mio Kaneda                  June 11 – 16

Thomas Ruff –– Oswald Wiener, Die Verbesserung von Mitteleuropa, Roman (1972) with the artist’s self-portrait taken in 1984 and pixelated in 2020                                     

Mio Kaneda “Drawing Note 10  2024.3.8.~”  2024Works                                      


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