agejapanCollective exhibition of Japanese artists from the 9th to the 15th of April 2012

Featuring the works of Yuki ABE,  Kumagai KANATA, Miyuki YOKOYAMA, Kumiko HUSE, Nanako FUJIKAWA, Harada MATSUYOI

Read more: AGE OF JAPAN - Act II

agejapan

Collective exhibition of Japanese artists from the 2nd to the 8th of April 2012

Featuring the works of Mayuko IWATA, Natsuko TATSUMI, Yoko WASHIO, Tomoko NAWA, Yu-yu UEDA et Michiko HORIE

Read more: AGE OF JAPAN - Act I

Solo Exhibition from the 23rd to the 30th of March 2012

Bunyo Ide exalts nature of vigorous manner: explosion of fresh colors and bold compositions. This Japanese artist, recipient of numerous awards in his country, rocks us in our conventions and brings forth freshness and energy. 

 

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Personal show from the 12th to the 19th of  March 2012

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Japanese landscapes and shores, Oriental animals, all subjects treated with endearing delicacy by Hironori Araki, jury member of the Nitten organization for the promotion of Japanese arts.

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Personal exhibition from the 19th to the 28th of  January 2012

takei

Without concept or preconception of any kind, Yoshiaki TAKEI proposes a fluid representation, animated with total freedom. See his website (in English and Japanese)

 

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From the 12th to the 18th of  January 2012

Featuring works by Jae-Hee JANG, Jin-Eui HEO, Ji-Yeon KIM,  Na-Ri KANG, Nan-Young CHO and creators of jewelry : So-Ra KIM, Ji-Na LEE et So-Yeong KIM

Read more: "KOREA : From Within and without"

A collective show from the 5th to the 11th of  January 2012

Featuring works by : So-Yoon PARK, Yun-Jung KIM, Su-Mi LEE, Eun-Jeong LIM, Jung-Hun OH. Guest artists : Ju-Mi SONG (jewelry) and Jung-Ho JUNG (precious writing instruments)

Read more: KOREAN ART : Tradition and modernity

Personal show from the 20th of December 2011 to the 3rd of  January 2012

Yoshie ARAKI's fish move gracefully in their liquid element. They evoke an ease which we will willingly call Edenic. A delicate light illuminates these fish, fast as lightning, that come to rest in silence as the stationary guardians of solitary immensities. See the video.

Read more: Yoshie ARAKI : The Scales of the soul

Personal exhibition from the 16th to the 18th of December 2011

Lika HAGI, Japanese painter was born in 1957 in Tokyo. Based in France since 1985, her major theme is "The journey to the origin": a vision of life and time, between the eternal and the ephemeral, without beginning or end.

Read more: Lika HAGI : "The Ringing of the bell"

nipponiaPersonal Exhibition from December 10th to 14th, 2011

Son and grand-son of Bizen potters emeritus who were declared during their lifetime 'National Treasures of Japan', Kazu Fujiwara gives us a production of raw terracotta reflecting perfectly the naturalist ideal of Japanese aesthetics. 

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Read more: Kazu FUJIWARA : Bizen pottery

Personal exhibition from December 2nd to 4th, 2011

With a bit of provocation, Eriko Takano offers "Nothing" : a complete world in miniature, with its tiny population and idyllic way of life. One way to tell us that within the void of our lives, if one looks closely, there is still some amount of good things to be found, uplifting for the heart and likely to make life more beautiful.

Read more: Eriko TAKANO : Small nothings

Retrospective show 18 - 21 November, 2011

grece

Born in Mytilene in 1923, he moved to Paris as a painter in 1947. In the 50s and 60s he exhibited in Amsterdam, London and Paris before joining Galerie Pierre Matisse in New York. Appointed curator of the Tériade Museum in 1987, he returned to Greece where he continued his work until his death in 2010.

October 25 to November 19, 2011

ROMAINThe expression of love is, in fact, the natural disposition of Hippolyte Romain whose alert brush transforms the burlesque pantomime of modern vanity into an intimate chronicle brimming with tenderness.

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Solo exhibition from the 4th to the 13th of October 2011

Zen master and head abbot of the Hoshoji Temple (Kanazawa - Japan), Takahashi senseï renews with finesse and force the ancient art of calligraphy.

Read more: Yuho TAKAHASHI

From the 23rd to the 29th of September 2011

Accompanied by his father, Kotaro, and his brother, Yoshinori, also both artists, Kazunobu Iwamura presents his work as a painter and that of his close relatives. Valuable record of an artistic production over two generations.

Read more: Kazunobu IWAMURA

Personal exhibition from the 14th to the 21st of September 2011

Born in 1951, Alain Croullebois receives his artistic education at the School of Graphic Arts Corvisart in Paris. At the age of 25 he began an interior journey that will allow him to meet great Indian, Vietnamese, and Tibetan masters : they will guide him along the path of his own revelation.

Read more: Alain CROULLEBOIS

Solo exhibition by Jina SHIN, Korean artist, from the 7th to the 23rd of July 2011

Jina Shin, young artist from Korea, shares her wealth of sensitivity and intuition with the parisian public.

Read more: Jina SHIN

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Artists in residence

Gallery Metanoia offers a selection of contemporary art in a multicultural perspective.

Yoshie ARAKI

Joseph-Antoine d'ORNANO

Jonathan SHIMONY

Yuho TAKAHASHI

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