Aug 14
~
Sep 25

Toukaku

Free

Gallery Ether, located in Nishiazabu, is pleased to announce the opening of its sophomore exhibition Toukaku, featuring Okinawan artists akira and Denpa.

From opposite ends of the burgeoning Okinawan art scene, artists akira and Denpa come together to strengthen their presence with their Tokyo debut, Toukaku (which means “distinguishing oneself”).

akira’s work takes on existential questions by delving into the forlorn and empty expressions of his subjects with the artist’s own blend of deconstructed and impressionistic styles. Denpa explores shared experience and the patterns of life through heavily textured abstract imagery, mixing random chance with a set of certain self-imposed rules.

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