[Ginza TSUTAYA SHOTEN] An exhibition “Imagine opposite shore-Thinking on the opposite shore” by solo exhibition of Scrippaliu Ochiai will be held from February 27th.

Ginza TSUTAYA SHOTEN (Chuo-ku, Tokyo) is planning an exhibition series “Ginza TSUTAYA SHOTEN ART PARTY” that regularly introduces notable creators as a leading figure in the art scene. This time, we will hold a solo exhibition "Imagine opposite shore-Thinking on the opposite shore" by artist, Scrippaliu Anna Ochiai.

"Flickering contours" 2015-2020

  • Overview of solo exhibition
  • Scrippaliu Anna Ochiai is an artist who uses various materials and techniques, such as installations, photographs, videos, and paintings. After graduating from Tokyo National University of Fine Arts with a major in oil painting, he was enrolled in a doctoral course in sculpture. He is one of the young artists who have earned his reputation and expectations.

    Her works with anonymity and mysterious feelings, such as face-covered portraits and endless seascapes, strongly reflect her sense of origin with roots in Japan and Romania. . Her theme of embracing the gap between people and overcoming that gap with imagination will emerge as an indispensable perspective for our globalized society.

    This exhibition, entitled "Imagine opposite shore-Thinking on the opposite shore", will showcase new works from representative series and new paintings from the painting series that started last year. Please enjoy her work world like a wormhole that connects the space-time far and now and here.

    "Uragawa Beyond" 2015

  • Artist Comments
  • "Imagine opposite shore-Thinking on the other side"

    In Japan, there is a saying, "Fire on the opposite bank." The fire on the other side of the river indicates that there is nothing to do with no pain, because the disaster does not affect you.
    This proverb reminds us of the increasingly fragmented society, the less-than-sufficient response to minorities and the vulnerable in today's world.
    It may be easy to divide the fire on the opposite shore into something that is not related to you and not mind it.
    But at the same time, human beings have the power to imagine things that are not in front of them or far away from the other side.
    A series of “ blinking outlines '' that visualize that people are moving each other's components beyond the nation and ethnicity, past, present and future, even though they can not see by breathing, “ connecting '' “ the sea '' "Uragawa beyond" produced with two faces of “ blocking ''-new works of series such as “ mirrors '' depicting reflection among monkeys and monkeys in humans Announce (Scripkariu Ochiai Anna)

  • Artist Profile
  • Scrippaliu Ochiai Anna

    © Kotetsu Nakazato

    1992 Born in Saitama, Japan
    2016 Graduated from Tokyo University of the Arts, Faculty of Fine Arts, Oil Painting Major (Chief / Undergraduate)
    2019 Graduated from Tokyo University of the Arts, Graduate School of Fine Arts, Global Art Practice
    2019 Enrolled in sculpture at Tokyo University of the Arts

    <Main solo exhibitions>
    2019 “Bone, Ume / ones final home” (nap gallery Tokyo)
    2019 “mirrors” (Bambinart Gallery Tokyo)
    2018 “Flickering outline” (Bambinart Gallery Tokyo)

    <Main exhibitions>
    2019 “Bridge” (Hoi An Vietnam)
    2019 “Tomi Selection Group Exhibition 2019“ Imagine the Constellation-Past, Present, Future ”” (Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, Tokyo)
    2018 "Ascending art annual Vol.2" Festival, Matsuru "(SPIRAL Tokyo, Wacoal Study Hall Kyoto Tour Exhibition)

    <Main Awards>
    2019 “Committe Colbert Award 2019” Finalist / Selected
    2018 "5th CAF Award" Finalist, Selected
    2017 “The 7th New Artist Exhibition” (Kawaguchi City Art Gallery Atria / Saitama) Finalist, Selected
    2016 “2015 Tokyo University of the Arts Graduation Production, Oil Painting Major”
    2015 "Ueno Geito Award"

    2016 “It is the furthest = It is the nearest” (Tokyo University of the Arts)

  • Event details
  • Ginza TSUTAYA SHOTEN ART PARTY 2020.02-03
    Anna Scrippkariu "Imagine opposite shore-Thinking on the other side"

    Dates Thursday, February 27-Tuesday, March 31, 2020
    Time 10:00 – 22:30 / Open daily Ginza Tsutaya Shoten Art Wall Gallery (Exhibition space in front of Starbucks on GINZA SIX 6F)
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    * If new information is available, it will be announced on the special page, Ginza Tsutaya Bookstore Official SNS at any time.

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