"DAWN−kind of blue YAMAZAKI MIYAKO with /360° 2023"


"YAMAZAKI MIYAKO Exhibitions" have been held every year since 2020. Each exhibition has been well received, attracting about 20,000 people despite the corona virus crisis. The newest will take place from September 15th (fri) to October 1st (sun). Once again, the world of painter Miyako Yamazaki, living on a small, remote island surrounded by Hawaii's nature, will spread out.

The theme of this exhibition is "DAWN - kind of blue." 200 paintings, including more than 100 new works, will be exhibited and sold. This time the selection has been centered on her deep blue paintings, reminding of the color of the sky before dawn.
In addition to the paintings, there will also be an installation, using the entire venue, imagined in collaboration with nine groups of artists and creators, based on the same theme. Through works created from each unique perspective, we invite you to a one-of-a-kind journey from the abyss before dawn to an awakening filled with light.

■ About

Miyako Yamazaki Exhibition "DAWNーkind of blue YAMAZAKI MIYAKO with /360° 2023"

Date:15(fri) September - 1(sun) October 2023 11:00-20:00
   * The venue will be open to the public until 18:00 on September 15th
Venue:Spiral Garden(Spiral 1F)
       5-6-23, Minami Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo 
Admission Free

Organized by:Miyako Yamazaki exhibition 2023 Executive Committee
In collaboration with:Spiral

9 groups of artists and creators have colaborated to the installation of this event. 
*Collaborators:/360° (architecture), Haruyama Fukutarou (plants), Takahiro Urano (movie), ULTIMATE RHYTHM &NOISE featuring Luca (music), Kenichiro Watanabe (furniture), Tomomi Fantian (indigo dye), Aya Noguchi (apparel), AFRIKA ROSE (fresh flowers), Mana Teraishi (pressed flowers), Lei Malulani Healoha (lei)


■Talk events

19 (tue) September 2023 / Miyako Yamazaki × with Wacoal
20 (wed) September 2023 / Miyako Yamazaki × Arata Naya (/360°) × Ikuko Kato (Spiral)

* prior reservation required on both days.
* event proposed in Japanese only. For more information please consult the page in Japanese

■ 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.


5-6-23 Minami-Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-0062 MAP
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