group show 


Haruki Ohno  / Masaru Suyama / Takahiko Yanagisawa




26 Aug. - 12 Sep. 2022  

Open: on Saturday, Sunday12-5pm / on Friday, Monday 1-6pm






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*There is no restroom and parking lot in this space.



MONO.LOGUES holds the group show “UNLOGICAL 04” with works of Haruki Ohno, Masaru Suyama and Takahiko Yanagisawa from 26 Aug. - 12 Sep. 2022

The "UNLOGICAL" series of group show focuses on 3 artists who have different production concepts and backgrounds and have no personal connection with each other, rather than focusing on the commonality of their thoughts and works. By doing so, the series aims to break down viewers’ preconceived notion as much as possible to create a fair and open-minded space. This time we present 4th edition of the "UNLOGICAL" series.

translated by Manami Midorikawa

Mud-spitting fish and fishermen (prototype)

2021/ Chemical wood, polyester putty, lacquer paint/ H250 x W140 x D135 (mm)

Photo: Michiko Ishikawa


Haruki Ohno

1992 born in Saitama,Japan,

a not uncommon sight 10 / 2021/ acrylic on paper/ 41×32 cm


Masaru Suyama

born in 1974, Aich, Japan

1997 Nagoya University School of Engineering

Masaru Suyama is a self-taught painter based in Japan. He initially had his sights set on cartooning, applying to numerous cartooning prizes and was selected as a GARO prize finalist by the prestigious GARO cartooning magazine. Cartooning was his first experience in art making. He is now a skilled mixed media painter.

Masaru has exhibited in Tokyo, London and New York.

The walking stalactite man/ 2021/ oil on canvas/ 194×162 cm


Takahiko Yanagisawa 

born in 1987, Kanagawa, Japan

2015 Graduate from Kuwasawa Design School. Since 2015, he has been showing his works mainly at galleries in Tokyo. He creates his works with an absurd worldview combining various motifs.

translated by Manami Midorikawa

Installation view