YUKIKOMIZUTANI YUKIKOMIZUTANI will hold the first solo exhibition of up-and-coming artist Tomoe Tsubomoto, who was fascinated by the “faceless monument”.

YUKIKOMIZUTANI will hold the first solo exhibition of Tomoe Tsubomoto, an up-and-coming artist fascinated by the “faceless monument” ……………………………………………………………………………………………
Chie Tsubomoto Solo Exhibition “Undetermined Forms” June 16th (Friday) to July 8th (Saturday), 2023 @YUKIKOMIZUTANI
The encounter with Shoraku Ando’s “Monument of the Russo-Japanese War” left a strong impact on Chie Tsubomoto. “Monument to the
Russo-Japanese War” in the precincts of Yasaka Shrine in Fujiwara, Doi-cho, Shikokuchuo City, Ehime Prefecture – This stone monument, which has been handed down to the next generation with the characters removed for political and historical reasons, inspired her to create works. I invite you. With the theme of engraved characters and their disappearance, he will hold his first solo exhibition at
YUKIKOMIZUTANI, a gallery on the 1st floor of Terrada Art Complex II in Tennoz, Tokyo.
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Inscription(no,20-A,B) 2023 Each F100 (1620 x 1303mm) Panel, cotton cloth, glue, and pigment stencils are applied over and over again to make the letters unreadable. However, you can recognize them as characters from the “stop, splash, and clean” that appear and disappear between the white backgrounds. Tsubomoto expresses the past as a series of “communications” and “non-communications,” and believes that the present is based on this discrepancy in perception. In my work, I explore how to deal with such an uncertain and uncertain reality.
We can get a glimpse of Tsubomoto’s philosophy through works that shake our perceptions between letters and shapes. Please take a look at this exhibition, which will be the first solo exhibition at YUKIKOMIZUTANI.
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Inscription (No.8) 2023 455×380mm panel, cotton cloth, glue, pigment solo exhibition “Undetermined forms -” Venue: YUKIKOMIZUTANI Address: TERRADA ART COMPLEX II 1F, 1-32-8 Higashi-Shinagawa, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo
Date: June 16th (Friday) to July 8th (Saturday), 2023
   Opening reception from 17:00 to 19:00 on Friday, June 16th Hours: Tuesday – Saturday | 12:00 – 18:00
*Closed on Sundays, Mondays and public holidays
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Inscription(No.26) 2023 1167×910mm panel, cotton cloth, glue, pigment Chie Tsubomoto Profile 1997 Born in Ehime Prefecture 2020 Graduated from Kyoto University of the Arts (former Kyoto University of Art and Design) Department of Arts and Crafts
Creates works with the theme of preserving and transmitting words. His recent works are inspired by Shoraku Ando’s monument to the
Russo-Japanese War. Currently based in Kyoto. In 2019, he was selected as a third-year student of the Kuma Foundation, and in 2018, as a finalist at “OSTEN BIENNIAL of DRAWING Skopje 2018”. 2017 “ULTRA GLOBAL AWARD 2017” Shigeo Goto Award. His corporate collections include the Osaka Creation Chishima Foundation (Osaka), OCA Tokyo (Tokyo), and OSTEN (North Macedonia). Contact information for press inquiries about the artist and works: YUKIKOMIZUTANI Press: Yagami Mail: office@yukikomizutani.com Tel: 03-6810-3885
Website: https://yukikomizutani.com/japanese/
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