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Represented Artist Junpei Omori participated “Artists’ Fair Kyoto 2023” at Kyoto news paper building


会場風景の写真を追加しました。2023/3/4


This weekend, over the two days of 4 (Sat) and 5 (Sun), the artist Junpei Omori will participate in the "ARTISTS' FAIR KYOTO 2023" The artists themselves will be present at the venue and interact live with visitors. Please come and see the resonance of diverse expressions.


Junpei Omori

Venue Kyoto Newspaper Bldg B1F

 

Dates: 4 (Sat) ~ 5 (Sun) March 2022

Opening hours: Kyoto Prefectural Museum of Kyoto Annex, Kyoto Newspaper Building B1F / 10:00 ~ 18:00 (last admission 17:30)


Venue : Kyoto Prefectural Museum of Kyoto Annex

    Kyoto Shimbun Building, B1F

    Shoseien (trifoliate orange garden)


TICKETS :

    Kyoto Prefectural Museum of Kyoto Annex:.

     Adults 1,000 yen/ University students 500 yen (student card required)

     High school students and younger: Free (student ID required)

    Shoseien (trifoliate orange garden): Adults

     Adults ¥2,000/ University students ¥1,000 (student ID required)

     High school students and below: 250 yen (student card required)

    Kyoto Shimbun Building, B1F: Free


For more information, please visit

 https://artists-fair.kyoto/


Jumpei Omori

 Born 1979 in Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture. In 2012, he participated in a residency in Denmark, where his work was collected by the Denmark Keramik Museum and made the front page of the New York newspaper as a representative of ASIA WEEK NY 2012. In recent years, he has been active both nationally and internationally, including exhibiting at Art Basel Design Miami in Switzerland.

Testimonial Kouhei Nawa

 Omori is a ceramic artist from Ohara, Kyoto, who creates unique forms and vessels. His series of sculptures based on Jomon pottery has been developed for nearly ten years and has acquired a generous and powerful format. The entire piece is decorated with vivid colours, and the characteristic patterns and shapes seem to follow the original and are somehow endearing. His production style, like a ritual of destruction and rebirth, coincides with his recovery from a serious illness. His recent works, from Jomon earthenware to abstraction, are also of interest, in which he explores colour surfaces, forms and a sense of floating.


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