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未来 • それから
Mirai • Sorekara
(Future) • (and then)
CONTEMPORARY JAPANESE MEDALLIC ART
A Group Exhibition at Galerie H20 in Kyoto, Japan
Following the [September 2016 collaboration between Kyoto's Galerie H20, Medialia Gallery is once again thrilled to bring medallic art to Japanese audiences. MIRAI SOREKARA – meaning FUTURE AND THEN – joins contemporary Japanese and international medallic sculpture with the intention of welcoming new audiences and artists, as well as old friends, to the ancient art of numismatics.
MIRAI SOREKARA originated at Medialia Gallery in September 2016, where it was exclusive to Japanese artists. For the installation at Galerie H20, curator Mashiko created a more comprehensive picture of the medium by incorporating multi-part medals by gallery artists from Bulgaria, Finland, Latvia, Portugal, and the United States of America. At Galerie H20, the allure of touch – of the medal in hand, weighted, and textured – becomes the delight of play.
April 18th through 30th • 2017
 
Japanese Artists
Featuring the work of: Yasafumi Chuma • Tadamasa Deguchi • Kazutoshi Imai • Yumi Inoue • Naoko Ito • Eishirou Kakitsubo • Masaharu Kakitsubo • Kasuke Kishi • El-Kimya Kitamura • Makoto Kumagai • Keiichi Murata • Atsunori Nakahara • Manabu Nakanishi • Takafumi Oonishi • Akemi Shuno • Hiroko Suizu • Masato Tagami • Masayuki Takemoto • Tsutomu Tamura • Hiroyuki Tomita • Haruya Tsumoto • Yutaka Umezawa • Souta Watanabe • Tomohiko Yamada • Toshiaki Yamada • Hiroshi Yasuda • Kazuo Yoshida
 
2016

Yasafumi Chuma
Japan
2016

Yasafumi Chuma
Japan
2016

Tadamasa Deguchi
Japan
2016

Kazutoshi Imani
Japan
2016

Kazutoshi Imani
Japan
2016

Yumi Inoue
Japan
2016

Yumi Inoue
Japan
2016

Naoko Ito
Japan
2016

Naoko Ito
Japan
2016

Naoko Ito
Japan
2016

Eishirou Kakitsubo
Japan
2016

Masaharu Kakitsubo
Japan
2016

Kasuke Kishi
Japan
2016

El-Kimya Kitamura
Japan
2016

El-Kimya Kitamura
Japan
2016

El-Kimya Kitamura
Japan
2016

Makoto Kumagai
Japan
2016

Makoto Kumagai
Japan
2015

Keiichi Murata
Japan
2015

Keiichi Murata
Japan
2016

Atsunori Nakahara
Japan
2016

Atsunori Nakahara
Japan
2016

Manabu Nakanishi
Japan
2016

Manabu Nakanishi
Japan
2016

Manabu Nakanishi
Japan
2016

Takafumi Oonishi
Japan
2016

Takafumi Oonishi
Japan
2016

Akemi Shuno
Japan
2016

Akemi Shuno
Japan
2016

Hiroko Suizu
Japan
2016

Hiroko Suizu
Japan
2016

Masato Tagami
Japan
2016

Masayuki Takemoto
Japan
2016

Masayuki Takemoto
Japan
2016

Tsutomu Tamura
Japan
2016

Hiroyuki Tomita
Japan
2016

Hiroyuki Tomita
Japan
2016

Hiroyuki Tomita
Japan
2016

Haruya Tsumoto
Japan
2016

Yutaka Umezawa
Japan
2016

Yutaka Umezawa
Japan
2016

Yutaka Umezawa
Japan
2016

Souta Watanabe
Japan
2016

Tomohiko Yamada
Japan
2016

Tomohiko Yamada
Japan
2016

Tomohiko Yamada
Japan
2016

Toshiaki Yamada
Japan
2016

Toshiaki Yamada
Japan
2016

Toshiaki Yamada
Japan
2016

Hiroshi Yasuda
Japan
2016

Kazuo Yoshida
Japan
2016

Kazuo Yoshida
Japan
 
International Artists
Featuring the work of: Lindley Briggs • John Cook • João Duarte • Maria João Ferreira • Marion Held • Mashiko • Bogomil Nikolov • Andreia Pereira • Ann Shaper Pollack • Polly Purvis • Jeanne Stevens-Sollman • Janis Strupulis
 
2012

Lindley Briggs
USA
1987

John Cook
USA
2007

João Duarte
Portugal
2000

Maria Joáo Ferreira
Portugal
2001

Maria Joáo Ferreira
Portugal
2017

Marion Held
USA
2017

Marion Held
USA
2015

Marion Held
USA
2015

Marion Held
USA
2012

Mashiko
USA • Japan
2014

Mashiko
USA • Japan
2015

Mashiko
USA • Japan
2015

Mashiko
USA • Japan
2016

Mashiko
USA • Japan
2015

Bogomil Nikolov
Bulgaria
2015

Bogomil Nikolov
Bulgaria
2009

Andreia Pereira
Portugal
2005

Ann Shaper Pollack
USA
2012

Ann Shaper Pollack
USA
2017

Polly Purvis
USA
2017

Polly Purvis
USA
2017

Polly Purvis
USA
2017

Polly Purvis
USA
2017

Polly Purvis
USA
undated

Kauko Räsänen
Finland
undated

Jeanne Stevens-Sollman
USA
1974

Janis Strupulis
Latvia