KOSUKE KAWAMURA, GUCCIMAZE, and YOSHIROTTEN Collaborative Exhibition from July 30th at Gallery Tsukigime
The collaboration "CHAOS LAYER" from YOSHIROTTEN (who is in charge of the design and art direction of DAYZ ARCHIVES), KOSUKE KAWAMURA, and GUCCIMAZE will be on display starting July 30th at Gallery Tsukigime.
This exhibition also serves as the opening of our new gallery, which moved to our new location in July. It will consist of a display of double-sided works on canvas using three digital collages created using a new production method, as well as an installation named CHAOS DESK, which combines the work of three people and creates a new kind of collage.
This project came to life after YOSHIROTTEN's proposal that the three of us, who each have a strong graphic design and digital art background, should create something together, rather than do a normal group exhibition. Ordinarily, it is unthinkable for an artist to hand over or let others touch their layered data during their creation process. We pushed the boundaries here: we let the second person edit the first person's work, and the third person edit the second person's work, and so on. After it was finished, KAWAMURA said, "In a positive sense, the work doesn’t belong to anyone”.
Although a specific message wasn’t deliberately expressed in the final work, we hope everyone will feel the clash of the individuality of the messages and images from each one of the artists.
July 30th (Friday) ~ August 20th (Friday)
B1F, 3-2, 1st floor, Chuou-cho, Meguro-ku, Tokyo
(Please enter directly from the parking lot.)
Closed on weekends and Mondays
Born in Hiroshima Prefecture in 1979, he now lives and works in Tokyo. He is a collage artist, graphic designer, and the art director of "ERECT Magazine". Kawamura expresses himself in many ways, such as shredding, analog & digital collage, computer graphics, and live painting. He also creates flyers for live concerts and events. He has worked on many collages with artists such as Katsuhiro Otomo, Keiichi Rinaami, Morishita and Masaya Nakahara, and works in numerous genres, from fashion to underground culture.
Born 1989 in Kanagawa, Japan. Graduated from the Department of Visual Communication Design at Musashino Art University. After working for a design agency, he began working independently in 2018. Based in Tokyo, he creates work for Japan and abroad, collaborating with numerous artists and brands. He has become known for his unique graphic style—three-dimensional typographic forms that convey a sense of tangible sharpness, set in vivid, venomous color schemes.
Born in 1983, he works across a wide spectrum of fields, including graphics, moving images, 3D works, installations, and music. In 2018, he mounted a massive exhibition of his works, his largest to date, titled "FUTURE NATURE" at TOLOT/heuristic SHINONOME. GASBOOK33 YOSHIROTTEN" was released by GASBOOK.
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