THE CLUB is pleased to present a group exhibition “TIMELESSNESS”.
By definition, “timelessness” is the idea of not being affected by the passage of time or changes in fashion. The exhibition can be understood as a liminal space, a middle-point that exists not here nor there, not now nor later; it is a space that disregards our existing time and space. Conforming to this idea of liminality, the exhibition explores the middle point between dream and reality, transferring the viewers’ sensibilities and physicality.
This exhibition includes works of five internationally known artists, Nicholas Hatfull, Naoya Inose, Kayoko Mizumoto, O’Tru no Trus, and Hiroka Yamashita. From Hatfull’s an ocean-like ice creams and ambiguous figures on Yamashita’s canvases, to Mizumoto’s curious contemporary ceramics, O’Tru no Trus’s mystic items found in Awaji island, as well as Inose’s romantic paintings with a cynical touch of postmodernism point of view, all five artists take into account their personal experiences and mundane sceneries in creating their imaginary world. In other words, the artists explore their surreal world through the lenses of reality and their work is a visualization of the ephemeral, where they “represent timelessness, formally and conceptually.”
We hope you enjoy this timeless yet ephemeral midsummer exhibition, like the dream you keep coming back but can never grasp.
To ensure everyone’s health and safety, THE CLUB is now opened by appointment only.
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