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Masako Yasuki's two solo exhibitions in Kyoto
Two solo exhibitions of artist Masako Yasuki will be simultaneously held in two different venues in Kyoto.
"Chaos from Order - fullness of time"
Venue: Kyoto-ba, Kyoto
Date: October 17 - December 6, 2020
"Order from Chaos - future strata"
Venue: Galerie 16, Kyoto
Date: October 27 - November 14, 2020

"Remote" closing reception & artist talk
A "remote" closing reception and artist talk event will take place to conclude the solo show of Ayako Kurihara, "I Am Here, There and Everywhere: Mind Games 2020," by connecting the gallery and the artist's studio in Yokohama via Zoom from around 6pm on Saturday, November 21st. This event will be broadcast live on the gallery's YouTube account page (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zTa4k-VE-Mo).

Online talk & remote Othello game session
As part of the program related to Ayako Kurihara's solo show "I Am Here, There and Everywhere: Mind Games 2020," we will host an online talk/live-painting event, titled "Art, Coronavirus, and Future: Osaka-Seoul-Yokohama," interconnecting Osaka, Seoul, and Yokohama via the Internet on Sunday, November 15th, 2020.
Kurihara's studio in Yokohama, HRD Fine Artfs director Akikazu Harada's home office in Osaka, and Space O'NewWall, HRD's collaborative partner gallery, in Seoul, will be connected using Zoom web-conference. Harada and Juno Seo, director of Space O'NewWall, will discuss the current situation surrounding art in Korea and Japan amid COVID-19 pandemic, as well as future prospects and plans.
At the same time with the talk session, two children - sons of the two gallery directors - will play the game of Othello using Zoom. Then the artist Kurihara creates an Othello-painting in her studio based on the progress of the game played between the two kids.
One new piece of "artwork" will be created as a result of this multi-layered, "remote" collaboration, examining the current situation and looking ahead into the future after COVID-19, while imagining the shape of the next generation international friendship.
Talk session and live-painting performance will be broadcast online via Facebook Live on HRD Fine Art's page.

Ayako Kurihara's "Remote Othello Game" performance
As part of the programs related to our current exhibition I Am Here, There and Everywhere: Mind Games 2020 by Ayako Kurihara, the artist has launched a painting-performance via social media platforms, dubbed "Remote Othello Game." Sporadically and without notice Kurihara posts the current status of the Othello (Reversi) game being played, and then anyone on the platforms can participate in the game by designating the box to place the next piece (stamp) using the comment function. Visit Kurihara's account pages on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram to find more details about the progress of the game and how to participate in this co-creation of a new work.

Gery De Smet participates in a group show in Belgium
Belgian artist Gery De Smet, whose solo exhibition planned this year at HRD Fine Art has been postponed indefinitely due to COVID-19, participates in a group show at a gallery in Waregem, Belgium.
"PRIVAAT - what's the meaning of private?"
Venue: Bruthaus Gallery, Waregem, Belgium
Date: September 19 - October 25, 2020

Ayako Kurihara's "Physical Zairou" in-gallery performance and live broadcast
As part of the current exhibition programs, artist Ayako Kurihara will do a live-painting performance in the gallery Friday afternoon, October 23rd. This "Zairou" performance will be broadcast live on-line via Facebook Live on Kurihara's artist page (https://www.facebook.com/GeTsuKuRi) between 6pm and 7pm. The in-gallery performance will be open for public viewing for free.

Yuna Ogino participates in a group show in Nagoya
Artist Yuna Ogino participates in a group show taking place at a department store in Nagoya.
"tagboat x JR Nagoya Takashimaya"
Venue: JR Nagoya Takashimaya 7F Rose Patio, Nagoya
Date: October 16 - 21, 2020

Ayako Kurihara's "remote" in-gallery performance
As part of the current exhibition programs, artist Ayako Kurihara will be "virtually" present in the gallery for one hour between 6pm and 7pm on Friday October 16th (JST). Kurihara's studio in Yokohama and our gallery in Kyoto will be connected via teleconference, and she will be available for questions or chatting, or even drinking together. This remote performance will be online for live viewing via Facebook Live on her artist page (https://www.facebook.com/GeTsuKuRi). Join us either at the gallery or online!

Midori Terashima, Mizuho Nishibata, and Miho Tsujimoto participate in a group show in Osaka
Midori Terashima, who showed her works at exhibition "Yami," as well as Mizuho Nishibata and Miho Tsujimoto, who took part in a group show "SAMSA 2018: Homage to Insects," participate in a group show in Osaka.
"Ichi-Ten"
Venue: Irorimura [89] Gallery, Osaka
Date: September 30 - October 5, 2020

Noriyori Shirakawa participates in a group show in Seoul
Noriyori Shirakawa takes part in a group show in Seoul, titled "SENSE ESSENCE EXISTENCE." This exhibition is organized by Colon B Arts of Seoul.
"SENSE ESSENCE EXISTENCE"
Venue: EK Building, Seoul
Date: September 11 - 12, 2020

Gery De Smet's solo exhibition further postponed
Belgian artist Gery De Smet's solo exhibition "Causality Unintended," which was originally planned in April 2020 but postponed until September 2020, has been further postponed because the artist cannot make a trip to Japan due to the new coronavirus pandemic and ensuing travel restrictions. We are hoping to hold the show in the next spring.

Gery De Smet's solo exhibition postponed
In tune with the announced postponement of Kyotographie International Photo Festival and its satellite event KG+, originally scheduled to take place in April-May 2020, due to the situation surrounding the spread of coronavirus, we have regretfully decided that Belgian artist Gery De Smet's solo exhibition "Causality Unintended," which was planned to happen as part of KG+ programs in April-May 2020, will be postponed until September 2020, with detailed dates to be determined.

Yunseob Kim's solo exhibition postponed
Korean artist Yunseob Kim's solo exhibition at HRD Fine Art, titled "Types of Caps," originally scheduled to open on March 7th, has been postponed due to uncertainty surrounding the spread of new coronavirus. New dates have yet to be determined. Please visit our blog in Japanese for more information.

Sajik Kim participates in "VOCA 2020" in Tokyo
Sajik Kim takes part in a juried exhibition "VOCA 2020 - The Vision of Contemporary Art" at Ueno Royal Museum in Tokyo.
"VOCA 2020 - The Vision of Contemporary Art"
Venue: Ueno Royal Museum, Tokyo
Date: March 12 - 30, 2020

Fuyuji participates in "3331 ART FAIR" in Tokyo
Artist Fuyuji showcases his paintings at "3331 ART FAIR 2020" taking place at 3331 Arts Chiyoda in Tokyo.
"3331 ART FAIR 2020"
Venue: 3331 Arts Chiyoda, Tokyo
Date: March 18 - 22, 2020

Yuna Ogino and Ryoko Kimura participates in a group show in Tokyo.
Artists Yuna Ogino and Ryoko Kimura participate in a group exhibition held in Tokyo, Japan in March.
"Sukikei/NEW VIEW"
Venue: Nihombashi Mitsukoshi Main Store, Tokyo
Date: March 18 - 23, 2020

Exhibition "Framework" extended until end of March
As a result of the postponement of the solo exhibition of Korean artist Yunseob Kim titled "Types of Caps" originally scheduled in March-April, our February exhibition "Framework" will be extended until the end of March. The viewing requires appointment, so please contact us at least one day prior to your planned visit. Please also note that some of the exhibits might be changed or removed.

Ayako Kurihara participates in art festival in Shizuoka
Artist Ayako Kurihara will participate in "Unmanned Station Art Festival, Oigawa," an art festival held in the area along Oigawa Railway in Shimada City and Kawanehon-cho, Shizuoka Prefecture. Kurihara's works will be displayed in the Shiogo station and the surrounding Kunowaki district.
"Unmanned Station Art Festival, Oigawa"
Venue: Unmanned stations of Oigawa Railway, Shizuoka Prefecture
Date: March 6 - 22, 2020

Asahi Sugai exhibits in Nagoya
Artist Asahi Sugai, who is among the participating artists of the current group show "Framework" at HRD Fine Art, is showcasing her works at Aichi Prefectural University of the Arts Satellite Gallery "SA-KURA" in Nagoya.
"Doctoral Degree Show of the Aichi Prefectural University of the Arts Graduate School of Fine Arts"
Venue: Aichi Prefectural University of the Arts Satellite Gallery SA-KURA, Nagoya
Date: February 22 - March 1, 2020

Yunseob Kim's solo exhibition in Daegu
Artist Yunseob Kim, whose solo exhibition will be held in March at HRD Fine Art in Kyoto, will showcase his paintings at Space 174 in Daegu, Korea.
"Yunseeob Kim Solo Exhibition: Old School"
Venue: Space 174, Daegu
Date: January 21 - February 7, 2020

Sajik Kim's solo exhibition in Kyoto
Solo exhibition of Sajik Kim, whose works were exhibited at our exhibition "Boundaries" in 2019, is now on display at Theatre E9 Kyoto in Kyoto.
"Sajik Kim Solo Exhibition"
Venue: Theatre E9 Kyoto, Kyoto
Date: January 8 - 19, 2020
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