Miyako Yamazaki exhibition “HIGHTIDE IN SHELL”

2022.9.14 - 25

Miyako Yamazaki Exhibition "Night Rainbow" gathered over 20,000 people last year. This year also, Miyako Yamazaki’s solo show  "HIGHTIDE IN SHELL" will be held  from September 14 (wed), 2022, with more than 100 new works exhibited and the largest sized works produced in recent years, in the same venue.

"Sceneries of the future, 1000 years from now" is the global theme of Miyako Yamazaki's works.  Miyako Yamazaki represents the scapes of her childhood, “a place where no one is left behind, where everyone is accepted unconditionally, a place as warm as tears that do not stop flowing even if you try to suppress them” . Her view of the world gently envelops everyone and continues to fascinate many.

The artist herself will visit Japan for this exhibition, and special events such as a one-time-only talk show will also be held. We look forward to seeing you at Spiral, at this occasion.


Miyako Yamazaki exhibition “HIGHTIDE IN SHELL”

Venue:Spiral Garden
Spiral 1F, 5-6-23, Minami Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Date:14(wed) - 25(sun), September 2022 11:00-20:00 *14(wed) September only 11:00-18:00
Admission Free 
Organized by:Miyako Yamazaki exhibition  “HIGHTIDE IN SHELL” committee
In Collaboration with:Spiral

* You may have to wait for entering the venue or purchase an art work, if the venue has reached maximum capacity. 
* During the event, Spiral will take every measures to prevent the spread of infection in consideration of the safety and health of its customers and staff.
* The contents of the event may change depending on the situation at the time of the event.
* Please check Spiral notification webpage for details regarding operating hours.

■ Talk Show with Miyako Yamazaki

A talk show will be organised, in Japanese only, with the presence of the artist. 
For more information about the schedule and the registration please check the Japanese page

■ Profile
Miyako Yamazaki
Artist. Born in 1969 in Tokyo, Japan. Graduated from the Painting Department of Tama Art University. Based in Tokyo, she has exhibited her works in Japan and abroad. In 2004, she began living on a boat in the Pacific Ocean, and now lives on Molokai, a remote Hawaiian island with a population of only 7,000 and paints canvas of a future landscape of thousand years later.


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