May 18
~
May 25

Tsuyoshi Nigamushi “That Girl” Exhibition

1:00pm – 7:00pm
Free

UltraSuperNew Gallery Harajuku welcomes another Tokyo Urban Art presence. Internationally renowned for not only character and interior design but also illustrations, Tsuyoshi Nigamushi will present a gallery of art under the theme of “That Girl” from May 18 (Tuesday) to May 25 (Tuesday).

The “That Girl” series was created several years ago, featuring girls showing a myriad of expressions drawn from various sources of inspiration. Their vaguely nostalgic air and impish, animal-like charm will entice you to their presence. Be sure to come down to the exhibition to meet them yourself.

The works will feature works of all sorts of mediums from watercolors to gouache to spray art to colored pencils, and even sculptures. Exclusive pieces made for this exhibition at UltraSuperNew Gallery will also be on display.

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