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MADBUNNY's exhibition "ART OF GETTING OVER" was held as part of the opening project of chignitta space. Please enjoy the photos and interview that will give you a glimpse into the source of MADBUNNY's creativity.


MADBUNNY® solo exhibition as our "chignitta space" opening special to be held from June 25th (Fri)


Mugi Nakajima, who is now one of Japan's leading artists with his abstract works expressed in bold forms and clear colors, will introduce the "Machikado abstract" series of fieldwork that he publishes daily on SNS.


One day, a group of crunchy squares that suddenly became a hit on social media, and a peculiar logo called "JITSUZAISEI". A gallery project started by an artist in her 20s is shaking up the Osaka art scene....


Mitsutoshi Takesue is the owner of organ, a long-established select store located at the west exit of Ohashi Station in Hakata. He has spent the last 30 years traveling around the world to collect "lovely things" from France, Sweden, Finland, and other countries. And what we can see from them.


Even the sound is similar? A collection of Michael's very famous "Thriller" pose jacket.


Sapporo-based artist Toshihiko Shibuya's land art project "Snow Pallet" is a simple yet beautiful installation that uses outdoor objects to create vivid colors on the snow. This year's "Memories of Winter", the 13th in a series of four-month long installations at the Sapporo Park Hotel, is a warning to the people of Hokkaido about global warming, as the amount of snowfall in the island is decreasing every year.


Yoshitaka Goto's solo exhibition will be held at Gallery Japanesque, Kyoto Museum of Photography from March 9. His photographs, which transcend time and space, are created by multiple exposures using a film camera, and combined with his analog techniques, he professes to be a photographic expression of the world of Christopher Nolan.


We are pleased to introduce Tae Parvit for the first time in Japan. He is a talented young contemporary artist based in Bangkok, who has been actively showing his works in solo and group exhibitions in Thailand and abroad.


Malaysia-based artist Aiwei Foo suggests a new formation of everyday tools and art that seems absurd, created by the inconvenience of the lockdown period. Let's take a look at her experimental project.