Osamu Jinguji

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Asia / Japan / Tokyo

Black and White

Photographer male / 55
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Working, Thinking, Seeing    

Wednesday, 2018-08-15 06:35h - Friday, 2018-08-31 06:40h / Rome / Italy / Europe

Working, Thinking, Seeing
from 15 to 31 Aug 2018
https://lnkd.in/fFhizve

It’s a display of mostly gallery artists, perfunctorily titled 'Working, Thinking, Seeing' and hung without an apparent organizing principle. There isn’t even an official closing date. Once you’ve settled into the exhibition, however, the vagaries of the arrangement quickly turn into a kind of energizing force, as each distinctly different artwork thrusts its elbows in the direction of its neighbors, some more insistently than others. The difference between the works is very evidence. But so the exhibition goes, with tone shifts tallying more disparate than harmonious moments, but the innate handsomeness of each piece — there is a masterful sense of polish evident everywhere, even in the most emotionally raw works — transforms disjointedness into surprise. 'Working, Thinking, Seeing' group show continues at Rossocinabro (Via Raffaele Cadorna 28, Roma) for a few more weeks. Please contact the gallery at 06 60658125 for more specific information.

Artists:
Janice Alamanou, Tamara Budnikova, Laslo Cikos, Jürgen Eckey, Jörg Galka-Teisseyre, Katharina Goldyn, Ana Paola González, Christina Haupts, Michael Jastrzembski, Osamu Jinguij, Barbro Jonasson, Aleksandra Kosoń, Lady Yupiigold, Lisa J Levasseur, LiV, Sebastián López Durán, Stjepko Mamic, Walter Marin, Alexandra Mekhanik, Friedhard Meyer, Elvio Miressi, Muisco, Gabrielle Mutti, Mirja Nuutinen, Anja Stella Ólafsdóttir, Marlen Peix, Prussi, Michelle Purves, Daniela Rebecchi, Amanda Ruck, Meir Salomon, Martin Severinson, Dolors Simó, Christina Steinwendtner, Vera Tsepkova, Valérie Vandermotten, Anthony Vella

New artists: Raphael Gindt, Fu Wenjum, Judy Lange, Nevine Mattar, Shigeru K, Pelle Wadströmer

A cura di Cristina Madini e Joe Hansen

opening Saturday 7th July from 6.00pm to 8.00pm
open from Mon to Fri 11am - 7pm
infoline: 06 60658125





Event created by Osamu Jinguji / 2018-07-30 23:43:17


Link: Wednesday, 2018-08-15 06:35h - Friday, 2018-08-31 06:40h / Working, Thinking, Seeing

Event image: Working, Thinking, Seeing / Wednesday, 2018-08-15 06:35h - Friday, 2018-08-31 06:40h / Rome / Italy / Europe


Exposition internationale de photographies    

Tuesday, 2018-09-04 05:05h - Sunday, 2018-09-30 05:05h / Salle D’Ormesson in Marignane / France / Europe

The next coming exhibits in 2018 by Collectif Echiquier (France)
http://echiquier-online.fr/
http://photo.echiquier-online.fr/

The same photos (including my 5 kinds of images printed on DIBON professional aluminum support of a photograph exposed in the format 30x45 cm.) as this photography exhibition in Lectoure (France) in this June, will be again exhibited from 4 to 30 September 2018 at the Salle D’Ormesson in Marignane (France) and from the 15 to the 21 October 2018 at the Salle Saint-Esprit in Valbonne (France).

the Salle D’Ormesson in Marignane
http://www.marignane.fr/index.adml?r=629
the Salle Saint-Esprit in Valbonne
https://www.gralon.net/…/programme-salle-saint-esprit-41820…

The association "Echiquier" International Collective of Art organizes an exhibition of photographs and sculptures in Lectoure (32). This center is a space to promote art and photography. The first exhibition in 2018 have been already held from May 28 to June 3. Then, the creations of 18 artists from France, Ireland, Poland, Japan, England, Thailand have been exhibited. For the Lectoure exhibition they've made a catalog of the works presented, of an A4 format, of 50 pages, printed in four - color process on glossy coated paper 170grs.





Event created by Osamu Jinguji / 2018-07-27 22:10:15


Link: Tuesday, 2018-09-04 05:05h - Sunday, 2018-09-30 05:05h / Exposition internationale de photographies

Event image: Exposition internationale de photographies / Tuesday, 2018-09-04 05:05h - Sunday, 2018-09-30 05:05h / Salle D’Ormesson in Marignane / France / Europe


Exposition internationale de photographies et de sculptures    

Monday, 2018-10-15 05:15h - Sunday, 2018-10-21 05:15h / Salle Saint-Esprit in Valbonne / France / Europe

The next coming exhibits in 2018 by Collectif Echiquier (France)
http://echiquier-online.fr/
http://photo.echiquier-online.fr/

The same photos (including my 5 kinds of images printed on DIBON professional aluminum support of a photograph exposed in the format 30x45 cm.) as this photography exhibition in Lectoure (France) in this June, will be again exhibited from 4 to 30 September 2018 at the Salle D’Ormesson in Marignane (France) and from the 15 to the 21 October 2018 at the Salle Saint-Esprit in Valbonne (France).

the Salle D’Ormesson in Marignane
http://www.marignane.fr/index.adml?r=629
the Salle Saint-Esprit in Valbonne
https://www.gralon.net/…/programme-salle-saint-esprit-41820…

The association "Echiquier" International Collective of Art organizes an exhibition of photographs and sculptures in Lectoure (32). This center is a space to promote art and photography. The first exhibition in 2018 have been already held from May 28 to June 3. Then, the creations of 18 artists from France, Ireland, Poland, Japan, England, Thailand have been exhibited. For the Lectoure exhibition they've made a catalog of the works presented, of an A4 format, of 50 pages, printed in four - color process on glossy coated paper 170grs.





Event created by Osamu Jinguji / 2018-07-27 22:19:00


Link: Monday, 2018-10-15 05:15h - Sunday, 2018-10-21 05:15h / Exposition internationale de photographies et de sculptures

Event image: Exposition internationale de photographies et de sculptures / Monday, 2018-10-15 05:15h - Sunday, 2018-10-21 05:15h / Salle Saint-Esprit in Valbonne / France / Europe


Parallax Art Fair London October 2018    

Friday, 2018-10-19 17:00h - Monday, 2018-10-22 17:00h / Chelsea Town Hall, King’s Road, London, SW3 5EE / United Kingdom / Europe

The Twenty-third Edition of Parallax ‘Art’ Fair Opens October 20-21 at Chelsea Town Hall

The Twenty-third edition of London’s Parallax ‘Art’ Fair opens Chelsea Town Hall on Saturday 20th and Sunday 21st October. With an average of 280-330 exhibitors and over 7000 products, representing over 40 countries, it has been dubbed Europe’s largest indoor artist consumer fair. Over 40,000 art and design enthusiasts enjoyed the fairs last year and took advantage of the free entrance. Large numbers are expected again for this popular visual extravaganza. As well as fine art, visitors can also browse exquisite pieces of jewellery design, textiles, furniture, ceramics, photography, and household goods and applied arts all at wholesale price. There is no extra commission on top of prices and no VAT on some UK-EU makers too. All the exhibitors are creative entrepreneurs (independent artists and makers), so buying directly from them supports the arts and crafts industries. Prices range from £20 up to £15,000, so there is a price for everyone. Free fast-entry tickets can be downloaded from the website for either opening day. “We recently introduced a panel sharing option,” said David Guthrie, one of the fair organisers, “which now means we have the lowest exhibition fees of any UK fair. It benefits visitors because exhibitors do not have to cover high exhibition costs. Prices stay low and we have seen collectors save hundreds, even thousands, of pounds. It is one of the reasons why we have become so popular with Londoners.” Restaurant facilities at the fair are provided by De Ritz in the Cadogan Suite with Jazz Lane and other local classical and World music bands, playing daily throughout the event


Further information is available at: http://www.parallaxaf.co

Doors open to the Public:
Saturday 20th October, 11am – 5pm
Sunday 21st October, 11am – 5pm

Venue: Chelsea Town Hall, King’s Road, London, SW3 5EE





Event created by Osamu Jinguji / 2018-07-24 23:06:53


Link: Friday, 2018-10-19 17:00h - Monday, 2018-10-22 17:00h / Parallax Art Fair London October 2018

Event image: Parallax Art Fair London October 2018 / Friday, 2018-10-19 17:00h - Monday, 2018-10-22 17:00h / Chelsea Town Hall, King’s Road, London, SW3 5EE / United Kingdom / Europe


Past Events


Moving Ideas    

Monday, 2018-03-19 - Saturday, 2018-04-07 / Rome / Italy / Europe

Dal al Rossocinabro presents 'Moving Ideas'. What is Moving ideas? The desire to share a journey in the contemporary, without forcing a univocal reading. The desire to create a dialogue with visitors, a continuous comparison, without embalming the works in a reading that remains unchanged. A "work in progress", because we intend in the future to continue to welcome and witness the new paths that today's art is expressing in its evolution, paths that oblige artists to compete with new points of view, with new materials, with new mental processes, with the sense of a society in which the speed of change does not allow slower rhythms of reflection on reality.

Artists present: Shlomit Anderman, Dina Babay, Raphaël Battoia, Henrik Brøndsted, Alan Cariddi, Celina, Seth Chwast, Cicily, Josiane Dias, Serena Di Paola, Vidgis Elisabeth Feldt, Orna Geva, Katharina Goldyn, Francesca Guetta, Christina Haupts, He Ping , Osamu Jinguji, Aleksandra Kosoń, Tine Kragh, Lady Yupiigold, Sebastián López Durán, LiV, Stjepko Mamic, Vincenzo Messina, Elvio Miressi, Beatriz Moya, Martinez Luis Navalon, Mirja Birgitta Nuutinen, Michelle Purves, Prussi, Daniela Rebecchi, Sandra Schawalder, Dolors Simó, Christina Steinwendtner, Merideth Aruta Tancio

edited by Cristina Madini

Opening at 18:00

open from Mon to Fri 11am - 7pm

infoline: 06/60658125

Also, check above details on the following other SNS's:
Check on Behance→https://lnkd.in/gJz6V2e
Check on LinkedIn→https://lnkd.in/gEu-4ET
Check on Tumblr→https://lnkd.in/g8h87yZ
Check on Artconnect→https://lnk

Now, you can check on below additional articles as for this exhibition:
Arte.Go.It https://lnkd.in/fvU37Mb
RomaToday https://lnkd.in/fajQN4d
Celeste Network https://lnkd.in/fa-WMig





Event created by Osamu Jinguji / 2018-03-14 22:45:27


Link: Monday, 2018-03-19 - Saturday, 2018-04-07 / Moving Ideas

Event image: Moving Ideas / Monday, 2018-03-19 - Saturday, 2018-04-07 / Rome / Italy / Europe


Co-Existence 3    

Saturday, 2018-04-21 11:05h - Saturday, 2018-04-28 11:05h / Rome / Italy / Europe

Now in its 3rd edition, the exhibition in question will be a real concert, which will involve artists of various nationalities aimed at living and capturing the glances on their own nomadist thinking, on coexistences and slips; all implemented with different techniques, and that in the spirit of these find the reason for unity. It is evident that the coexistence of various artistic languages that are correlated, interpenetrate and integrate, becomes an important parameter in the comprehension and evaluation of artistic expressions of different cultural realities as a tool able to provide a unitary reading key. Attention to different languages, knowledge and exchange with others find concrete ways and privileged channels of realization precisely in artistic and expressive languages. Towards this conciliatory direction, therefore, we must read the metamorphic capacity of art, ever more tended to fathom in the dynamics and alternating coexistence of oppositional systems the respect and recognition of alterity that struggles and requires a more mature reflection. To aspire to start and to promote, step by step, the search for a common reason, can in fact give an account of new possibilities for comparison and cultural growth.

Artists: Shlomit Anderman, Yasmina Barbet, Massimo Barcaroli, Henrik Brøndsted, Alan Cariddi, Celina, Lubka Cibulova, Leonardo Cersosimo, Seth Chwast, Jari Di Giampietro, Josiane Dias, Jürgen Eckey, Santi García Cánovas, Orna Geva, Katharina Goldyn, Federico Grazini , Francesca Guetta, Christina Haupts, He Ping, Osamu Jinguji, Masha Kha, Aleksandra Kosoń, Lana Leuchuk, LiV, Luciano Loi, Sebastián López Durán, Stjepko Mamic, Vincenzo Messina, Friedhard Meyer, Elvio Miressi, Emanuela Montorro, Mirja Birgitta Nuutinen, Anja Stella Ólafsdóttir, Barbara Pazzaglia, Prussi, Michelle Purves, Daniela Rebecchi, Guiki Rivera, Selda, Dolors Simó, Christina Steinwendtner, Merideth Tancio, Laara William Sen, Lady Yupiigold, Emanuela Zavattaro

edited by Cristina Madini





Event created by Osamu Jinguji / 2018-04-12 04:12:48


Link: Saturday, 2018-04-21 11:05h - Saturday, 2018-04-28 11:05h / Co-Existence 3

Event image: Co-Existence 3 / Saturday, 2018-04-21 11:05h - Saturday, 2018-04-28 11:05h / Rome / Italy / Europe


Diversity Contemporary    

Monday, 2018-05-21 04:25h - Thursday, 2018-05-31 04:25h / Rome / Italy / Europe

Works from China, Japan, Turkey, Israel, Australia, Central America, the USA and Canada and Europe, the 30 artists have chosen Rome as a place to exhibit their works above all as a point of meeting for dialogue and comparison of their art.
Being different is the best way to be unique. Uniqueness should be our aspiration and to achieve it we should use our creativity.

The exhibition enhances this uniqueness and the identity diversity of contemporary art. The exhibition, which Rossocinabro will open to the public on Monday 21 May at 11 am in the Rome area in Via Raffaele Cadorna 28, will be structured in several contemporary and synergistic moments, all aimed at making known, to the public, the techniques and the poetics of the various artistic representations. 40 works will be exhibited including paintings, sculptures, photographs and drawings. "There is not a minimum common denominator, because we have not looked for it" - explains the curator and organizer of the exhibition Joe Hansen - "will be, therefore, that analyze and present the various aspects of contemporary art, highlighting, the role of artistic value linked to the uniqueness and originality of each of the various and all equally possible readings that are given to the original work ". The exhibition will be open until May 31st from Monday to Friday from 11am to 7pm

Artists
Alamanou Janice, Shlomit Anderman, Alan Cariddi, Seth Chwast, Mario Formica, Jörg Galka-Teisseyre, Saints García Cánovas, Katharina Goldyn, Ana Paola González, Haupts Christina, Hans Johansson, Osamu Jinguij, Barbro Jonasson, Lady Yupigold, LiV, Sebastián López Duran, Walter Marin, Friedhard Meyer, Muisco, Marlen Peix, Prussi, Michelle Purves, Daniela Rebecchi, Amanda Ruck, Meir Salomon, Martin Severinson, Dolors Simó, Vera Tsepkova, Anthony Vella, Laara William Sen

Edited by Joe Hansen





Event created by Osamu Jinguji / 2018-05-16 21:27:53


Link: Monday, 2018-05-21 04:25h - Thursday, 2018-05-31 04:25h / Diversity Contemporary

Event image: Diversity Contemporary / Monday, 2018-05-21 04:25h - Thursday, 2018-05-31 04:25h / Rome / Italy / Europe


Exposition d'art - Lectoure 2018    

Exposition internationale de photographies et de sculptures

Monday, 2018-05-28 - Sunday, 2018-06-03 / Lectoure / France / Europe

After this photography exhibition in Lectoure (France), the same photos will be exhibited from 4 to 30 September 2018 at the Salle D’Ormesson in Marignane (France) and from the 15 to the 21 October 2018 at the Salle Saint-Esprit in Valbonne (France). [Updated on Apr-24-2018]

Our next Echiquier exhibition will run from May 28 to June 3, 2018 in Lectoure (Gers). Lectoure city labeled “Most beautiful detour of France”, is adorned a belt of ramparts from which emerge beautiful stone houses, gardens, baths and imposing monuments. On the cultural level, Lectoure hosts a Center for Photographic Art, recognized by the Ministry of Culture as one of the seven Centers of Art dedicated in France to photography. Integrated to art networks contemporaries and photographs it stimulates, supports and diffuses thartistic creation. In this famous place, focused on photography, we will exhibit in the premises of the Tourist Office Gascogne-Lomagne - Place General de Gaulle. 32700 LECTOURE

Also, in order to continue and enhance our beautiful photographic adventure, “Echiquier collectif international d'art”(Association loi 1901 n° w123002337 Millau France - http://echiquier-online.fr - contact@echiquier-online.fr) have set up a on the website Ulule, a crowdfunding project for “Production of an exhibition catalog” of Photographic exhibition in Lectoure from May 28 to June 3, 2018 which I also participate in. So check it out! https://fr.ulule.com/catalogue-echiquier/

Now, you can check on a below additional article as for this exhibition:
Chasseur d'Images https://lnkd.in/fwdSeFe





Event created by Osamu Jinguji / 2018-04-24 20:12:29


Link: Monday, 2018-05-28 - Sunday, 2018-06-03 / Exposition d'art - Lectoure 2018| Exposition internationale de photographies et de sculptures

Event image: Exposition d'art - Lectoure 2018 / Monday, 2018-05-28 - Sunday, 2018-06-03 / Lectoure / France / Europe


Working, Thinking, Seeing    

Friday, 2018-06-15 09:50h - Saturday, 2018-06-30 09:50h / Rome / Italy / Europe

It’s a display of mostly gallery artists, perfunctorily titled 'Working, Thinking, Seeing' and hung without an apparent organizing principle. There isn’t even an official closing date. Once you’ve settled into the exhibition, however, the vagaries of the arrangement quickly turn into a kind of energizing force, as each distinctly different artwork thrusts its elbows in the direction of its neighbors, some more insistently than others. The difference between the works is very evidence. But so the exhibition goes, with tone shifts tallying more disparate than harmonious moments, but the innate handsomeness of each piece — there is a masterful sense of polish evident everywhere, even in the most emotionally raw works — transforms disjointedness into surprise. 'Working, Thinking, Seeing' group show continues at Rossocinabro (Via Raffaele Cadorna 28, Roma) for a few more weeks. Please contact the gallery at 06 60658125 for more specific information.

Artists
Janice Alamanou, Tamara Budnikova, Laslo Cikos, Jürgen Eckey, Jörg Galka-Teisseyre, Katharina Goldyn, Ana Paola González, Christina Haupts, Michael Jastrzembski, Osamu Jinguij, Barbro Jonasson,Aleksandra Kosoń, Lady Yupigold, Lisa J Levasseur, LiV, Sebastián López Durán, Stjepko Mamic, Walter Marin, Alexandra Mekhanik, Friedhard Meyer, Elvio Miressi, Muisco, Gabrielle Mutti, Mirja Nuutinen, Anja Stella Ólafsdóttir, Marlen Peix, Prussi, Michelle Purves, Daniela Rebecchi, Amanda Ruck, Meir Salomon, Martin Severinson, Dolors Simó, Christina Steinwendtner, Vera Tsepkova, Valérie Vandermotten, Anthony Vella

A cura di Cristina Madini e Joe Hansen





Event created by Osamu Jinguji / 2018-06-09 02:51:39


Link: Friday, 2018-06-15 09:50h - Saturday, 2018-06-30 09:50h / Working, Thinking, Seeing

Event image: Working, Thinking, Seeing / Friday, 2018-06-15 09:50h - Saturday, 2018-06-30 09:50h / Rome / Italy / Europe


Co-EXISTENCE 4    

Saturday, 2018-07-07 02:50h - Friday, 2018-07-13 02:50h / Rome / Italy / Europe

Co-Existence 4

7 - 13 July, 2018

Now in its 4th edition, the exhibition in question will be a real concert, which will involve artists of various nationalities aimed at living and capturing the glances on their own nomadist thinking, on coexistences and slips; all implemented with different techniques, and that in the spirit of these find the reason for unity. It is evident that the coexistence of various artistic languages ​​that are correlated, interpenetrate and integrate, becomes an important parameter in the comprehension and evaluation of artistic expressions of different cultural realities as a tool able to provide a unitary reading key. Attention to different languages, knowledge and exchange with others find concrete ways and privileged channels of realization precisely in artistic and expressive languages. Towards this conciliatory direction, therefore, we must read the metamorphic capacity of art, ever more tended to fathom in the dynamics and alternating coexistence of oppositional systems the respect and recognition of alterity that struggles and requires a more mature reflection. To aspire to start and to promote, step by step, the search for a common reason, can in fact give an account of new possibilities for comparison and cultural growth.

Artists:

edited by Cristina Madini

opening Saturday 7th July from 6.00pm to 8.00pm

open from Mon to Fri 11am - 7pm

infoline: 06 60658125





Event created by Osamu Jinguji / 2018-06-16 19:55:00


Link: Saturday, 2018-07-07 02:50h - Friday, 2018-07-13 02:50h / Co-EXISTENCE 4

Event image: Co-EXISTENCE 4 / Saturday, 2018-07-07 02:50h - Friday, 2018-07-13 02:50h / Rome / Italy / Europe


Parallax Art Fair London    

Friday, 2018-07-20 10:40h - Sunday, 2018-07-22 10:40h / London / United Kingdom / Europe

The 2018 Parallax Art Fair will be taking place in July at the Kensington Town Hall in London where my two art works will be presented. So, delighted to announce today that I will take part in this art fair. I hope you can come join there in Kensington. The Fair is open Saturday and Sunday from 11 am - 5pm.

Check the details on below websites:
Osamu Jinguji's blog on Tumblr https://lnkd.in/gW2AHHs
10times https://lnkd.in/guFWKxZ
Parallax Art Fair https://lnkd.in/gNT78RH





Event created by Osamu Jinguji / 2018-04-02 06:07:43


Link: Friday, 2018-07-20 10:40h - Sunday, 2018-07-22 10:40h / Parallax Art Fair London

Event image: Parallax Art Fair London / Friday, 2018-07-20 10:40h - Sunday, 2018-07-22 10:40h / London / United Kingdom / Europe


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