Cho Hyunjoo, Ryo Yamaguchi [Korea, Japan]
2020.03.25 - 2020.03.27
as of 3.26
It will be shortened due to the current situation of the Coronavirus (Covid-19).
March 27 (Fri), is the last day of the show.
We sincerely regret the inconvenience to visitors, and kindly ask for your understanding and cooperation regarding this matter.
as of 3.25
In order to prevent the COVID-19 coronavirus infections, we ask that visitors bring and wear masks and disinfect with alcohol. Please refrain from coming to the event if you have a fever, cough, or other symptoms of a cold, or if you have health concerns. Alcohol disinfectant will be provided at the venue and careful ventilation will be ensured. We sincerely regret the inconvenience to visitors, and kindly ask for your understanding and cooperation regarding this matter.
A two-person exhibition by young artists will be held jointly by Youkobo and GAP, the Global Art Practice, Graduate School of Fine Arts, Tokyo University of the Arts. They excelled in the inaugural year of the GAP major.
Born 1995 in Seoul, Cho Hyunjoo received her BA in Art History and East Asian Studies from Columbia University in New York. Having been with her camera since 2015, she has largely focused on observing how intangible thingsーlight, shadow, and timeーgain materiality through their natural contact with objects. As a photographer, she believes in the power of “looking closely,” which is central to the theme of works she presents in this exhibition. Currently based in Tokyo, Cho Hyunjoo is in the Global Art Practice MFA program at Tokyo University of the Arts. Her major past exhibitions include 「The art of photography」 (PH21 Gallery, Barcelona, 2020), a solo exhibition 「光の指紋: The Fingerprints of Light」 (Café FARO Coffee & Catering, Tokyo, 2019), 「Young Creative Korea 2018 」 (ARA Art Center, Seoul, 2018). https://www.moodbyaolingo.com/
Born 1990 in Nagano. Yamaguchi graduated from Nagoya University of the Arts in 2012, and also received his MA in Graduate School of Art from the same university in 2015. He has been making experimental videos and installations up until now. When he participated in Paris Unit program of GAP’s curriculum in 2019, he tried challenging the genre of performance for the first time and learned new ways of expression. Though this exhibition, he want to try making a physical performance based on that experience. He currently studies in the Global Art Practice MFA program at Tokyo University of the Arts. His major past exhibitions include 「Nakanojo Biennale 2019」(Nakanojo, Gunma, 2019)「Drop by the loop」(Oasis21, Aichi, 2018)「Former Kadoya elementary school's art exhibition」(Aichi, 2018-2016)「ARTS CHALLENGE 2016」(AICHI ARTS CENTER, Aichi, 2016)
|Date||2020.03.25 - 2020.03.27|
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