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MIC*ITAYA EXHIBITION LOVERY PIECES OSAKA-TEN TO TEN TO TEN TEN

Chignitta 2023 kicks off with an exhibition of works by Mick Itaya. Enjoy the world of Mick Itaya, an artist who is always working at the forefront of trends based on graphic design.

MIC*ITAYA EXHIBITION
LOVERY PIECES OSAKA-TEN TO TEN TO TEN TEN

Period: 2023.1.20 fri. — 2.5 sun.

1-13-21 Kyomachibori, Nishi-ku, Osaka-city, Osaka
13:00-19:00 Closed on Monday, Inquiry: hello@chignitta.com
Scheduled date of the artist’s visit: 1.28 (Sat.)
The gallery will close at 16:30 on Jan. 29 (Sun.) only.

Warm / Crayon / 1995

I would like to announce an exhibition of small works of art.
No matter how big an object is, it is made up of small objects.
Tenten-ten-ten. Ten is the number of people, things, matters, tokis, etc.
The line that connects the ten and the ten, the surface and the three-dimensionality that the line interweaves, and space-time are composed of.
Whenever you connect ten and ten, a new thing or thing will start from the desired toki.
The connection between people who share beauty and beauty will fill this world and the future with fun things and make it brighter.
and brighten this world and the future. This is the cute TENTEN that connects TEN and TEN with works of art.
The start of the New Year will be filled with love, happiness, peace, and smiles.
I hope that the start of the New Year will be filled with love, happiness, peace, and smiling ten. m*

Translated with DeepL

Warm / Crayon / 1995

Chignitta 2023 kicks off with an exhibition of works by Mick Itaya. We are pleased to welcome you to a rich and varied lineup of original artwork by Mick Itaya, an artist who has always worked at the forefront of trends based on graffiti design, as well as signed prints, artist proofs of the “Mirrors” hand mirror series, art books, zines, and more. As the title “Tenten Tenten” suggests, we hope that each visitor will take home a “ten” from the exhibition.

Scheduled date of the artist’s presence: 1.28 (Sat)

 

Mick Itaya
Visual Artist

Graduated from Tama Art University. His drawing of a rabbit hunting in elementary school caught the eye of Philippine President Imelda Marcos, who presented it to him as a gift. With fluid lines and bright colors, she expresses the world of nature and mythology. He has been active in various fields such as magazines, advertising, music, fashion, stage, space design, product design, and publishing, and has held many solo exhibitions.
His logo mark for the founding of UNIQLO, wall paintings and objects for the Tokyo Skytree “Solamachi”, the mirror work “MIRRORS”, and the Japanese lighting fixture “Suzumo Choto” won the Good Design Award. TRA,” a cassette magazine he designed and published in the 1980s, is in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York.

Access to the venue: (1)
Five-minute walk north from Exit 28 of Hommachi Station on the Midosuji and Yotsubashi Lines, five-minute walk south from Exit 7 of Higobashi Station on the Yotsubashi Line.

Please refrain from coming to the venue if you have a fever or feel unwell.
Please refrain from coming to the venue if you have a fever or are sick.

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