2017年11月8日 上海・西岸に新スペースがオープン!New gallery space opens on 8 November 2017 in Shanghai!New gallery space opens on 8 November 2017 in Shanghai!

2017.10.17

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2017年11月8日、オオタファインアーツは東京、シンガポールに続く新しいギャラリースペースを、アジアの現代アートシーンのハブとして重要性を増す上海・西岸(West Bund)にオープンします。

オープン記念展として、竹川宣彰による個展「猫奥运:纪念虎二郎 (Cat Olympics: in memory of Torajiro)」を開催します。竹川にとって、中国で初の展覧会となります。
Following Tokyo and Singapore, Ota Fine Arts will open a new gallery space in Shanghai, West Bund on the 8th of November 2017.

Ota Fine Arts is honored and delighted to be a part of the West Bund cluster of local and international galleries, and prominent museums and institutions. The gallery looks forward to engaging itself within the local contemporary art scene and contributing to the development of West Bund as an arts destination.

In recent years, Ota Fine Arts has held solo and group exhibitions with artists from China, Singapore, Japan, Korea, Bangladesh, Indonesia, India, etc. Through these exhibitions, the gallery was able to showcase varied works of art from within Asia and present their diverse cultural histories. It hopes to maintain this attitude of catalyzing points of convergence as it enters Shanghai, China.

Ota Fine Arts Shanghai also aims to be a rigorous incubator that fosters the exploration of ideas beyond the traditional and contemporary, fine arts and craft, the old and new. The gallery endeavors to unravel these existing classifications of art and explore a future context through its exhibition programmes.

For its inaugural exhibition, the gallery will feature a solo presentation by Japanese artist, Nobuaki Takekawa, titled "Cat Olympics: in memory of Torajiro". The exhibition marks Takekawa's first solo presentation in China
Following Tokyo and Singapore, Ota Fine Arts will open a new gallery space in Shanghai, West Bund on the 8th of November 2017.

Ota Fine Arts is honored and delighted to be a part of the West Bund cluster of local and international galleries, and prominent museums and institutions. The gallery looks forward to engaging itself within the local contemporary art scene and contributing to the development of West Bund as an arts destination.

In recent years, Ota Fine Arts has held solo and group exhibitions with artists from China, Singapore, Japan, Korea, Bangladesh, Indonesia, India, etc. Through these exhibitions, the gallery was able to showcase varied works of art from within Asia and present their diverse cultural histories. It hopes to maintain this attitude of catalyzing points of convergence as it enters Shanghai, China.

Ota Fine Arts Shanghai also aims to be a rigorous incubator that fosters the exploration of ideas beyond the traditional and contemporary, fine arts and craft, the old and new. The gallery endeavors to unravel these existing classifications of art and explore a future context through its exhibition programmes.

For its inaugural exhibition, the gallery will feature a solo presentation by Japanese artist, Nobuaki Takekawa, titled "Cat Olympics: in memory of Torajiro". The exhibition marks Takekawa's first solo presentation in China