来者たち-Arrival     2020 NANAWATA, Japan

The exhibition gathers together artwork focused on memories of Africa, Zimbabwe and recent experiences in Tokyo, Japan. A talk event entitled “Reasons why I continue to paint Africa” was held during the exhibition with Setagaya Art Museum curator, Miki Tsukada.

Details of the talk event are available here in Japanese.

https://nanawata.com/ctrl/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/200301yoshikuni-tsukada-talk.pdf

Photos by Natsumi Hisamitsu

African Urban Experiences In "Post" Colonial Zimbabwe  A Story in Harare after 1981,    2018 OGUMAG gallery, Japan

My first solo exhibition focuses on experiences in Africa, Zimbabwe.  A talk event entitled “To Portray the African Figure” was held during the exhibition with Art Historian, Christine Eyene.

Photos by Haruyuki Shirai 

Lost and Found  2017  3331 ArtsChiyoda AKIBATAMABI21

A  group exhibition curated with all selected artists who have participated in the project of writing for and making the booklet series, Lost and Found (vol.1~4).

Portraits
Portraits
Wall / Back side and the wall
Wall / Back side and the wall
Portraits/Wall installation
Portraits/Wall installation

Standing on the line  2015  OGUMAG Gallery Japan

An exhibition with dancer and printmaker Fumi Takahashi.

Standing on the line 2015
Standing on the line 2015
Standing on the line 2015
Standing on the line 2015

Graduation works  2015  Tama Art University

Graduation work
Graduation work
Graduation work
Graduation work
Graduation work
Graduation work

Hagakure Leaves  2013  Tama Art University

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Hagakure_Leaves_Installation view_002_edited
Hagakure_Leaves_Installation view_001_edited
Hagakure_Leaves_Installation view_001_edited
Hagakure_Leaves_Installation view_010_edited
Hagakure_Leaves_Installation view_010_edited