Gallery G-77


Kyoto
Japan

Andrei Mikhailov

Yuriko Yamamoto


Inga Krymskaya "Perception of Colour and Water. Solid Form V"

Inga Krymskaya "Perception of Colour and Water. Solid Form III "

Inga Krymskaya "Perception of Colour and Water. Solid Form II "

Kazz Morishita Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas Sign, Las Vegas

Kazz Morishita Torii, Miyajima Series of “The Kazz Moon”

The Kazz Moon
One of the most notable Japanese photo artists, Kazz Morishita has been creating photographic compositions by combining traditional camera with the modern technology. His works captures the expanse of spaces either in meditative black or white or in bold splashes of colored light.
His new works called ‘The Kazz Moon’ series beautifully combines his iconic Moon image and modern structures also iconic in world cities. The Kazz Moon series not only convey remarkable beauty of each images and also amazes us with the technical perfection, a such large size gelatin silver print exposed with moonlight.
At ‘The Kazz Moon’ exhibition, we can travel the world by viewing the iconic landmarks and also bring back the old memories mesmerized by the bring moonlight once we had it yet almost forgotten.

Mikito Tanaka "Try to go over there" #027

Mikito Tanaka, a Kyoto-based photographer, started his project Try To Go Over There in 2003. The project presents 28 works which are ironic and touching at the same time. They are fueled by visually futuristic and constructivist allusions conceived by the artist, with a lasting impression remaining anchored in humor.
The psychological discoveries and anticipations of the artist are realized in dangerous situations. Tanaka inserts a human figure, which we later find to be himself, into places where a human being is not allowed or meant to be. A unique proof of his endeavor is captured on 120 mm film.
Most strikingly, Tanaka performs all the dangerous actions depicted by himself. In one instance he stands in a provocative pose on an iron bridge or on a ferry’s wheel 15 m above the surface, in another he seems to be flying over the monochrome water or hovering in the space of a huge iron lozenge construction. In order to capture the image he envisions, he jumps into the water time and time again, getting drenched in the process, all to realise his vision. Despite this methodical and precise execution, there remains a deliberate touch of amusement and comedy within his work.
Tanaka is not just bringing the idea of masculinity to audacious visibility, but most importantly challenging physical and psychological limitations. In a way, the artist breaks social constraints, whilst also relishing his almost cinematic gambits, which grant him a single glorious moment of total freedom - a flight away from everyday life.
After taking an analogue photo, Tanaka removes the details, which he considers to be nonessential, and reduces the complexities of nature to their basic underlying geometrical forms in order to highlight the economy of line and aesthetic austerity. By solely maintaining the fundamental aspects and forms of the objects which make up the image, Tanaka is able to give weight and value to a minimalistic approach to landscape architecture.
Architecture plays a very important role in his landscapes. Tanaka cynically mirrors the meaning and purpose of technical constructions and objects and their reflection in previous styles of art. He plays with the patterns of essential perceptions of architecture, from a celestial dome in the Bush Barrow Lozenge to modern photography, which has praised the victory of man over nature.
The subjective experience of passing through Tanaka’s landscapes resonates in the viewer and effectively invites him or her to join in the artist’s romantic-objective reflections on our contemporary relationship to nature and society.

Mikito Tanaka "Try to go over there" #007

Mikito Tanaka "Try to go over there" #026

Risako Yahagi Fragment of Light

Risako Yahagi Dreamy Silk Drifting in Glass

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About the Artist

Inga Krymskaya, "Perception of Colour and Water. Solid Form V", 2019, wall sculpture, mixed media, painting on plexiglass, unique, 39.3 x 39.3 inches (100 x 100 cm.)
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2019, wall sculpture, mixed media, painting on plexiglass, unique, 39'3 x 39'3 inches (100 x 100cm)
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2019, wall sculpture, mixed media, painting on plexiglass, unique, 39'3 x 39'3 inches (100 x 100cm)
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Kazz Morishita, "Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas Sign, Las Vegas" Series of “The Kazz Moon”, 2018, Gelatin silver print exposed with Moonlight, 94.4 x 31.4 inches (240 × 80 cm.), ed.1/5, framed.
2018
Gelatin silver print exposed with Moonlight
94'4 x 31'4 inches (240×80cm), ed.2/5
framed
2019
120 film (6x70, ink jet print
42'1 x 35'4 inches (107 x 90 cm)
Edition of 10
Framed
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"Try to go over there" #027
2019
120 film (6x7), Lambda print
16'7 x 21'5 inches (42.6 x 54.8 cm)
Edition of 10
Framed
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2019
120 film (6x7),Lambda print
16'7 x 21'5 inches (42.6 x 54.8 cm)
Edition of 10
Framed
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2018
  φ280, D70(㎜)
  Fusing Glass, Casting Glass
  Glass, Copper Foil, Silver Leaf
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2019
W214 H140 D44 (mm)
Laminating, Polish
Glass, Silk、Glue、Inks
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