Cooperative Exhibition

New-wave Artists 2017―From the Public Entry Exhibition

February 19 (Sun) – March 15 (Wed), 2017

New-wave Artists 2017―From the Public Entry Exhibition

An exhibition introducing 5 up-and-coming artists of great promise, selected from among artists appearing in “Best Selection 2016” and exhibited in solo exhibition format. Visitors can look forward to artworks infused with powerful individuality.

AOKI Kodo: [Craft] Born in 1976 in Tokyo. Member of “Nitten”
OISHI Tomo: [Nihonga, Japanese-style painting] Born in 1968 in Kanagawa. Member of “The Nihon Bijutsuin (The Japan Art Institute)”
SAITO Rika: [Print] Born in 1977 in Tokyo. Member of “Japan Print Association”
HATAKEYAMA Shoko: [Western-style painting] Born in 1966 in Hokkaido. Member of “SHUNYO-KAI ART SOCIETY INC”
MASUI Taketo: [Sculpture] Born in 1979 in Kanagawa. Member of “Shinseisaku Art Society”

New-wave Artists 2017—From the Public Entry Exhibition: Jury Evaluation
OTANI Shogo (Chief Curator, Department of Fine Arts, The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo)
KUSANAGI Natsuko (Director & Executive Curator, The Hiratsuka Museum of Art)
TATEHATA Akira (President, Tama Art University)
MAMURO Yoshitake (Director, Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum)

Major works

Major works
  • Kodo Aoki, Surface

    AOKI Kodo, Surface, 2013

  • Tomo Oishi, A Drop

    OISHI Tomo, A Drop, 2014

  • Rika Saito, Lies for the truth

    SAITO Rika, Lies for the truth, 2015

  • Rika Saito, You never seen…

    SAITO Rika, You never seen…, 2016

  • Shoko Hatakeyama, Vision 150401

    HATAKEYAMA Shoko, Vision 150401, 2015

  • Taketo Masui, I'm King

    MASUI Taketo, I'm King, 2015



February 19 (Sun) – March 15 (Wed), 2017
Gallery C
February 20 (Mon), March 6 (Mon)
9:30 – 17:30 (Last admission 17:00)
Days of Extended Hours
Fridays 9:30 – 20:00 (Last admission 19:30)

Tickets at the door |
General ¥500 / Seniors 65+ ¥300

Group tickets |
General ¥300
※Group rates - 20 or more people

※Admission free for visitors College students and High school students or younger
※Admission is free on presenting a ticket (or stub) for the concurrent "Titian and the Renaissance in Venice"
※Admission free for visitors (and one accompanying person) with a Physical Disability Certificate, Intellectual Disability Certificate, Rehabilitation Certificate, Mental Disability Certificate or Atomic Bomb Survivor’s Certificate
※In each case, please show identification

Organized by
Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum (Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture)
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