ShugoArts

Anju MICHELE

Imaginarium

2020.6.20 Sat - 7.18 Sat

ShugoArts is pleased to announce the opening of Imaginarium by Anju Michele which is going to be on view from Saturday, June 20. Our gallery will be open from noon to 6pm to prioritize everyone’s safety.

Anju Michele Imaginarium
Saturday, 20 June ‒ Saturday, 18 July, 2020
Venue: ShugoArts, complex665 2F, 6-5-24, Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo 106-0032
Opening Hours: Tue-Sat noon-6pm, closed on Sun, Mon and Public Holidays
*The opening reception will not be held this time.

List of Works
Press Release PDF

 

Anju Michele  Works and Bio  Library

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Anju MICHELE

Imaginarium, 2020, ShugoArts

2020.6.20 Sat - 7.18 Sat
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ShugoArts reopens the gallery space

Opening hours: from noon to 6pm

We are switching exhibitions from June 2 to June 19. Please let us know if you have inquiries about our artists and their artworks since we are answering them promptly by phone and email during this time.

Anju Michele Imaginarium
Saturday, 20 June ‒ Saturday, 18 July, 2020
Venue: ShugoArts, complex665 2F, 6-5-24, Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo 106-0032
Opening Hours: Tue-Sat, noon-6pm, closed on Sun, Mon and Public Holidays
*The opening reception will not be held this time.

 


 

In order to ensure public safety, we will ask you to follow the guidelines below.
・Please wear a mask and disinfect your hands
・Please write down your name (can be just your last name) and your contact information (phone number and/or email address). We will utilize this list to contact you only if our staff members become infected by the coronavirus. Your information will be kept for two weeks and promptly discarded afterwards.
・Please measure your body temperature if you have a lingering cough or have a fever. If your body temperature is above 37C, we may ask you to leave the gallery.
・Please keep your social distance while being in the gallery.

In order to avoid a crowded situation, we ask you not to come to the gallery as a group. There are chances that you need to wait outside the gallery first when we have too many people inside.

We will periodically disinfect the floor with alcohol, let some fresh air in and disinfect other fixtures and accessories. We will also measure our body temperature and take care of our health every day, wash our hands and gargle to prevent infections and wear masks at all times.

Thank you very much for your understanding.

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Current and Upcoming Exhibitions

*Please check out the latest information and opening hours on museum's website.

Masaya Chiba Solo
January 2021
Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery

Anju MICHELE Solo
realm of light
10 June – 14 July 2020
ISETAN SALONE

Anju MICHELE Solo
IMAGINARIUM
20 June – 18 July 2020
ShugoArts

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Anju MICHELE

realm of light, ISETAN SALONE, Tokyo Midtown

2020.6.10 Wed - 7.14 Tue

Venue: ISETAN SALONE, Tokyo Midtown Galleria 1F, 9 -7-4 Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-0052
Opening hours: 11am-7pm (until 14 June), 11am-8pm (from 15 June)
Supported by ShugoArts

This is Anju Michele’s first solo exhibition at ISETAN SALONE. It will be great if you can check out the exhibition too. *Please check with us before visiting the venue.

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Shigeo TOYA

THE POTENTIALITY OF DRAWING, Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo

2020.6.2 Tue - 6.21 Sun
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Leiko IKEMURA

In Praise of Light, St. Matthäus-Kirche, Berlin

2020.5.4 Mon - 9.13 Sun
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MORIMURA Yasumasa

Solo Show: Ego Obscura, Tokyo 2020

2020.6.9 Tue - 7.12 Sun
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Atsushi YAMAMOTO

DOMANI plus Online 2020: Living on the Eve

2020.7.3 Fri - 10.11 Sun

Atsushi YAMAMOTO
Works and bio

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Aki KONDO

Flowers in the Heart

ShugoArts Online – Exhibition 

2020.4.25 Sat - 5.30 Sat

 

We humans have experienced various histories since our birth. Many conflicts and famines have changed our cultures and medical science. As science has developed and changed our daily lives blazingly fast, our common sense is also at stake now.

However, just as there is no night without a dawn, the morning always arrives, the season changes and the spring comes around with new greens and blooming flowers. Some things do not change even when people all over the world are struggling to live their own lives. It seems like they are telling us how to go through a severe winter.

We have art and music that enrich our hearts, and there are flowers in our hearts. Thanks to them, we have found peace of mind and become compassionate to one another. Those may not be able to save people’s lives as the power of science obviously does. But we go insane if we are scared of an invisible menace which is currently attacking us, with only two options available to us, to live or die.

Making my own paintings, I believe it is very important for us to nourish our hearts in order to live today and create our future.
Now, prosper your creativity and bloom the flowers in your heart.

I wish everyone in the world good health and I hope we can hug each other with smiles on our faces again soon.

Aki Kondo April, 2020

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