Group show 「UNLOGICAL 02」

Hayato Tobayama / Mai Yokoyama / Sal

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Oct 1, [Fri,] - Oct 25, [Mon,] - 2021   

Open: on Friday, Monday 1-6pm,

on Saturday, Sunday 12-5pm 

Other days by appointment during the exhibition. E-mail: info@monologues.jp

Venue: MONO.LOGUES

E-mail: info@monologues.jp

WEB: www.monologues.jp

Instagram: www.instagram.com/mono.logues_/

 

*In Response to the Novel Coronavirus

・Please refrain from coming to the gallery if you have any symptoms such as fever or cough.

・Please wear a mask and disinfect your hands with alcohol at the entrance.

・Please note that if the gallery space is crowded, there may be a restriction on entry.

・Please note that health-related measures may change without notice.

*There is no restroom in this space

 

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MONO.LOGUES holds the group show “UNLOGICAL 02” with works of Hayato Tobayama, Mai Yokoyama and Sal from October 1 to October 25.

The series of “UNLOGICAL” does not put importance on the commonality of artists’ thoughts and works, but rather focuses on three artists who have different way of expressions and concepts for work, and who don’t know one to another.

We pursue how the “UNLOGICAL 02” have a dialogue with the viewers following by the first show  “UNLOGICAL” held in this July.

Please enjoy the second polyphony of this year.

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Tree/ 2021/ 45.5×53cm/ oil on canvas

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Hayato Tobayama

 

Born in 2001

2021 3rd grade in the department of Painting, Oil Painting Course, Tama Art University

He produces paintings of abstract images mainly.

By drawing, he repeatedly pursues a figure which emerges and hides.

 

https://www.instagram.com/hayatotobayama/


From the deep sleep/ 2021/ 41×31.8cm/ oil on canvas

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Mai Yokoyama 

 

Painter born in Kanagawa, 1989.

She completed Ph.D.in Fine Arts, Tokyo University of the Arts in 2018, majoring in the field of art/oil painting (print maiking).

She produces oil paintings based on a digital sketch using iPad’s drawing app but the motif of her work is quite analogue such as ancient statues. In this age where it is very easy to reproduce the copy work of art such as elaborate replica or visual image on the web, which one may misunderstand it is real, she pursues what is the genuine.

Her major exhibitions include: “E-CUS project Daikanyama underground Food court #02 MAI YOKOYAMA” (2019, solo, Daikanyama underground Food court, Tokyo), “appearing of visual line” (2021, group show, HARMAS GALLERY, Tokyo).In 2021, she was awarded FACE 2021 Jury Special Award Prize at "FACE 2021 Sompo Japan Nipponkoa Art Award".

 

https://www.yokoyamamai.com/


HOUSE ON FIRE/ 2021/ 31.5x31.5cm/ oil on canvas

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Sal

Japanese Artist 

born in 1970

started painting in 1996

 

www.ilooli.net