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THIS TUESDAY AT OUCHI GALLERY

Opening Reception 4/5


Rei Niwa 
-Digital Ukiyo-e® Beyond the 1200 years
"Color of Yanagidani Kannon Temple-

I began photographing at the age of 13 and have continued for 38 years. I belong to The Photographic Society of Japan. My main motifs are Japanese traditional festivals and the environment that surrounds myself. The main theme of the works of traditional festival is "Children of the Festival". I express regional traditional Japanese cultures through the children's eyes. The main theme of the environmental art works is "Color of the Season". I express seasonal change based on the ecological knowledge and use the impressive Japanese coloring. The characteristics of my works are simplification of the subject, exaggerated perspective, and the color control with a feature. "Digital Ukiyo-e (Registered trademark)", which I have named, contains these features.

EXHIBITION: 4/6, WEDNESDAY 12:00 PM - 6:00 PM - 4/10, SUNDAY 12:00 PM - 6:00 PM
(Appointments only on Wednesday)

JCAT GALLERY SHOWCASE OPENING  

JCAT SHOWCASE -Group Exhibition-


Participating Artists: 

TAKAHIRO KOYAMA
SHION KANZATO
KEN OKAMOTO
MAKI MORI

RECEPTION:
4/5 TUESDAY 7:00PM - 10:00PM

EXHIBITION: 4/7
 THURSDAY 12:00 PM - 6:00 PM - 4/10 SUNDAY 12:00 PM - 6:00 PM
(Closed on Wednesday)

LIVE PERFORMANCE

hayrideCasualties plays climate folk music, a fusion of folk, bluegrass, indie, satire of the absurd injustice of climate change, and of course, hope for future generations.

Performance starts at 8:30PM

WELCOME TO OUCHI GALLERY!

No, not "ouch". Pronounced OOH-WOO-CH-I, Ouchi is Japanese for "home" or "house". Our gallery is named Ouchi because we display artwork by contemporary Japanese artists in a home-like setting.
 
Art should be more than a business commodity. It should transform into our daily lives, awakening us with new thoughts and passions each day. The best art teaches that there are no limits to individual pursuits; that our own possibilities are infinite.
 
When you visit Ouchi Gallery, we hope that you feel both at home and inspired. Perhaps you will feel something exhilarating—a positive "ouch!"