Voyage — Young Artists Support Program Yukiko Hata’s Exhibition “Summer Hallucinations”

投稿日:2017.08.01

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Voyage — Young Artists Support Program
Yukiko Hata’s Exhibition “Summer Hallucinations”

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Saturday July 22nd, 2017 through Sunday September 10th, 2017
Sugimura Jun Museum of Art (Shiogama City),
30 minutes east of Sendai.
Map

Hours
10:00–17:00 (last admission 16:30)
Closed Mondays

Admission (permanent collection + special exhibition)
Individuals
• Adults: 500 yen
• University / high school students: 400 yen
• Junior high school students and under: Free
Groups (20 or more)
• Adults: 400 yen
• University / high school students: 320 yen
• Junior high school students and under: Free
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“This world is so isolated it is funny and so beautiful I could cry.” – Yukiko Hata

This is how Yukiko Hata, the painter featured in this exhibition, explained the world painted in her works.

Her works were born from her struggle facing the world as it is with complete sincerity. They take you from the extreme complexity of society to the delicate inner world of individuals. The detailed elements and vivid colors which draw you in are also the keys to fully understanding her works.

Is the world in her paintings a real world, a hallucination, or even an omen of things to come?

In any case, a close examination of her paintings might broaden your vision to a world previously unseen.

We invite you to experience a new world through the painter’s eyes and to feel pleasure as you uncover meaning in her works.

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About Yukiko Hata
was born in 1988 in Sendai City, Miyagi and is living in Sendai City.
She was graduated from Tohoku University of Art and Design Graduate School of Arts and Engineering, Master’s Program in Arts and Culture Department in 2014.

Solo Exhibition
Simulating Paintings (2014)
at GALLERY b.TOKYO
Tokyo

Human ERROR (2013)
at IDEHA creation
Tsuruoka, Yamagata

Human Complex (2012)
at art room Enoma
Sendai, Miyagi

Group Exhibition
Is it possible “TOHOKU-GA”? – A Contemporary Art Gallery for Hypothetical State of Tohoku (2015)
at T-Art Gallery
Tokyo

LITTLE AKIHABARA MARKET –Revival/Renaissance/Restoration of Japanese Iconology (2014)
at roppongi hills A/D GALLERY
Tokyo

and others.

Participating member
Hijiori no Hi Art Project (2015)
Hijiori Hot Springs
Ōkura Village, Yamagata
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Translated by JUNBI Supporter (Naoko Sakazume, De Los AngelesSAT)