Yoshimi Arts Storage Tokyo
Minako Nishiyama

 
 


Yoshimi Arts
Wakasa Bldg. 3F,
1-8-24, Edobori, Nishi-ku, Osaka,
550-0002, Japan
TEL/FAX +81-6-6443-0080
E-MAIL info@yoshimiarts.com
URL www.yoshimiarts.com

Copyright(c)Yoshimi Arts.
All Rights Reserved.

 

 
 

 

Yoshimi Arts Storage Tokyo
Minako Nishiyama

Dec 12 (sat), 2020 - Feb 14 (sun), 2021
ART STORAGE, B1F, KAIKA Tokyo by THE SHARE HOTELS
2-16-5 Honjo, Sumida-ku, Tokyo
https://www.thesharehotels.com/kaika/?wovn=en
*hotel guest only

 

Yoshimi Arts will exhibit Minako Nishyama's works at the "Yoshimi Arts Storage Tokyo" in "ART STORAGE", where only hotel guests can see, of KAIKA Tokyo by THE SHARE HOTELS .
At the same time as the other exhibition "★PINK・Pink★" which will be hold on the first floor, We will also show works Nishiyama created using different media, including the early works from the1980s, the monumental “backdrop-style” pieces shown in the “Takarazuka: The Land of Dreams” exhibition (Suntory Museum in Tempozan, Osaka; Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery in Tokyo; Sogo Museum of Art in Yokohama, 2004), the “Sugar Rose” pieces after the passing of time, and photo pieces she has been working on in recent years.

 

image | 《Welcome to your Cinderella Kitsch 2》 2004 acrylic on corrugated paper boards h.220×w.210×d.80cm

 

■concurrent exhibition

Minako Nishiyama ★PINK・Pink★
Dec 12 (sat), 2020 - Feb 14 (sun), 2021
8:00-24:00
STORAGE 1, 1F, KAIKA Tokyo by THE SHARE HOTELS
*free entry
image | 《Na♥O♥Mi》《E♥Ri♥Ka 》 1992 acrylic and silkscreen on shaped panel 180x120cm/each
    <"Minako NISHIYAMA 90's ★twinkle eyes★" (2018, Yoshimi Arts) exhibition view>
exhibition page >>

 

Minako Nishiyama
Born in 1965 and Lives in Hyogo. 1991, MA Kyoto City University of Arts. 1997, Six-month residency in New York supported by the Asian Cultural Council. 2003, Banff Creative Residency, Canada.
Since the late 1980s, despite majoring in oil painting, Minako Nishiyama has created objects from cloth; three-dimensional pulp pieces; and works that employ Japanese “girl culture”, including “The Pink House”, reminiscent of the gigantic, Barbie house-like “Licca-chan’s house”, and Takarazuka Revue’s backdrop-esque pieces. Later, she began to work on fragile pieces using crowns and roses made from sugar as motifs, as well as wall paintings and “Ref-work”, a series that makes use of light reflection. She employs various mediums to express her art.
aritst page >>