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[EXHIBITION] International collaborative exhibition of artists from Korea, Taiwan, and Japan, held in Seoul

A group exhibition of artists from three East Asian countries, Korea, Taiwan, and Japan, is being held at Gallery 175 in Seoul.

This show is organized by Space O'NewWall in Seoul, and consists of works of artists selected by three curators from three countries, Juno Seo of Korea (Space O'NewWall), Shanglin Wu of Taiwan (artist and independent curator), and Akikazu Harada of Japan (HRD Fine Art). The aim of this exhibition is to highlight and investigate the values which these East Asian nations share in common through contemporary art.

Kaori Tanaka and Minoru Morikawa are the participating artists from Japan.

"Common Sense of the East"

Venue: Gallery 175, Seoul
Date: November 22 - December 13, 2013 (Talk session and opening reception: November 22, from 16:00)
Organized by: Space O'NewWall, Seoul
Curated by: Juno Seo, Shanglin Wu, Akikazu Harada
Support: Museum at the Korea National University of Arts, Paradise Culture Foundation
Artists: Bona Park, Wan Lee, Seokjun Ha, Wangtin Lin, Yili Yeh, Kaori Tanaka, Minoru Morikawa

[EXHIBITION] Exhibition of three Korean artists at Gallery ADO in Kumamoto

A group exhibition of three Korean contemporary artists titled "Site Explorers" will be held at Gallery ADO in Kawaramachi, Kumamoto.

Curated by Boram Lim of Space O'NewWall, Seoul, this exhibition highlights site-specificity, exploring uniqueness and universality of a place. Two of the participating artists, Manyoung Jung and Sujin Lee, will stay in Kumamoto for about a week to create installation based on their personal experience in Kumamoto.

HRD Fine Art is the co-organizer of this exhibition.

"Site Explorers - Three Korean Contemporary Artists"
Venue: Gallery ADO, Kumamoto
Date: October 26 - November 10, 2013 (Opening reception: October 26, from 17:00)
Curator: Boram Lim (Space O'NewWall)
Support: Gallery ADO, Kawaramachi Research Institute of Cultural Development, Arts Council Korea
Artists: Sujin LeeAManyoung JungASungjin Song

[ARTIST] Ayako Kurihara participates in group exhibition in Korea

Artist Ayako Kurihara will participate in an international group exhibition titled "the Line" to be held in Paju, Gyeonggi-do in Korea.

Taking place in Imjingak and Pyeonghoa-Nuri Park near the north-south borderline and DMZ, this exhibition will showcase outdoor artworks and installation by artists from France, China, Japan and South Korea.

"the Line"
Venue: Imjingak and Pyeonghoa-Nuri Park, Paju, Korea
Date: October 25 - November 15, 2013
Supoort: Gyeonggi Tourism Organization
Curator: Dongjae Lee
Artists: Ayako Kurihara, Kim Sangkyung, Ryu Shinjung, Yu Yeongho, Lee Gilrae, Lee Jaeho, Park Sungki, Kim Jihyun, Lim Dowon, Koh Seungkwan, Eo Soonyung, Pierre-Marie Lejeune, Feng Zhang

> artist info: Ayako Kurihara
[ART FAIR] We will participate in Art Kaohsiung 2013

HRD Fine Art will participate in an art fair, Art Kaohsiung 2013, to be held in Kaohsiung, Taiwan in September.

This art fair has two sections in two different venues: Contemporary Section will be held at Pier-2 Art Center, and Modern & Contemporary Section will take place at Chateau de Chine Hotel. HRD Fine Art will take part in the latter.

Art Kaohsiung 2013
Venue: Chateau de Chine Hotel, Kaohsiung, Taiwan
Date: September 14 - 16, 2013 (VIP Preview: September 13, 2013, from 3pm)
Booth: Room 807
Artists: Hyunjoo Park, Jungeun Lee, Midori Terashima

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[ARTIST] Masako Yasuki participates in Moscow Biennale's Special Project

Artist Masako Yasuki will take part in an international exhibition titled "Roots, Growth - Us," one of the many Special Projects of the 5th Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art as part of the Japanese project group "IPP (Inverse Perspective Project)."

The IPP is an organic group of specialists from a variety of fields including science, literary, art, etc., creating experimental exhibitions with an aim of re-establishing relationship between mankind and nature seen from a viewpoint inherent in Japanese culture and history.

HRD Fine Art supports and coordinates the IPP's participation in this Special Project exhibition.

Roots, Growth - Us
Venue: State Central Museum of Contemporary History of Russia, Moscow
Date: September 12 - 28, 2013
Curators: Mayuko Ogawa, Andrey Martynov
Artists/Participants: Eva Bachmann, Maria Alvarez Echenique, Constantine Malyutine, Vladimir Martynov, Alexandra Mitlianskaya, Mayuko Ogawa, Gery De Smet, IPP (Yo Hamada, Keita Hayashi, Shuji Kaneko, Etsutomu Kashihara, Nagahiro Kinoshita, Minoru Morikawa, Keisuke Sugiura, Kenji Tamai, Hiroyuki Tsubomi, Masako Yasuki)

> artist info (Masako Yasuki)
[ARTIST] Ayako Kurihara participates in a group show in Goyang, Korea

Artist Ayako Kurihara will participate in an exhibition titled "Heritage 600 Tomorrow 600" at Aram Art Museum, AramNuri Arts Center in Goyang City, South Korea. This group show commemorates the 600th anniversary of the inception of the city's name "Goyang."

Kurihara will display artworks from her signature series called "Mind Games," or paintings created according to the rules of "Reversi (Othello)" board game. She will produce some works on site within the museum gallery in the form of live painting performance, while she will also create interactive works through face-to-face communication with museum visitors as well as using the Internet and SNSs.

HRD Fine Art is supporting Kurihara's participation in this exhibition in collaboration with MetaSpace MediaLab in Seoul, Korea.

"Heritage 600 Tomorrow 600"
Venue: Aram Art Museum at the AramNuri Arts Center, Goyang, Korea
Date: June 15 - August 25, 2013 (Opening reception: June 14th)
Organizer: Goyang Cultural Foundation
Support: Goyang City
Chief Curator: Dongjae Lee
Artists: Ayako Kurihara, Bongjoon Kang, NOGIRO, Youngho Yoo, Do-one Im, Yoonjo Chun, Jipil Jung, Doyang Zu, Sangmin Joo, Jeomsoo Na

> artist info: Ayako Kurihara
[DEMADO PROJECT] vol.6 Ryoko Kimura + Masako Yasuki "The Birds Lose Their Form after Their Colors"

The 6th exhibition of DEMADO CONTEMPORARY ART PROJECT showcases a collaborative work by Ryoko Kimura and Masako Yasuki. This exhibition is titled "The Birds Lose Their Form after Their Color" after a sentence that appears in Andre Breton's novel, "Soluble Fish (Poissson Soluble)." The exhibition period will be from January 10 through February 17, 2013.

This show functions as a related program of a group show titled "Soluble Fish" that takes place around the same time in Kyoto, at Kyoto Seika University Gallery Fleur and Gallery Parc, in which Kimura and Yasuki participate and show some collaborative paintings. "Soluble Fish" is an exhibition where 12 Japanese artists attempt at tackling surrealism in a contemporary context and experimenting with the notion of "beyond reality" or "continuation of reality."

"The Birds Lose Their Form after Their Colors" shares the same theme as "Soluble Fish" exhibition, and by staging an encounter of two very different painters within a small window frame, we expect something unexpected to happen, which was the very idea the surrealists particularly treasured.

The two artists will be present at the opening reception on January 11th, from 5:00 pm.

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[ARTIST] Masako Yasuki and Ryoko Kimura participates in a group show in Kyoto

Masako Yasuki and Ryoko Kimura will participate in a group exhibition titled "Soluble Fish" in Kyoto as a collaborative art unit.

"Soluble Fish" is an artist-organized exhibition, and along with Kimura+Yasuki there will be 10 participating artists. The show will take place at two venues in Kyoto. HRD Fine Art is cooperating with the organizing artists as publicity/planning advisor.
Demado Project exhibition "The Birds Lose Their Form after Their Colors," which showcases Kimura+Yasuki's work, is a related program of this exhibition and will take place around the same time.

"Soluble Fish"
Exhibition venue 1: Kyoto Seika University Gallery Fleur, Kyoto
Date: January 10 - 26, 2013 (closed on Sundays and National Holidays)
Opening reception: January 12, 15:00-16:30
Exhibition venue 2: Gallery Parc, Kyoto
Date: January 10 - 20, 2013 (closed on Mondays)
Opening reception: January 12, 17:30-19:30
Artists: Yukari Araki, Yasunori Kinukawa, Ryoko Kimura + Masako Yasuki, Tomohiro Takagi, Tomonari Nakayashiki, Nobuhiro Hanaoka, Yuki Hayashi, Takehito Fujii, Ken Matsuyama, Haruo Mitsuta, Hyogo Mugyuda

> artist info: Masako Yasuki
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