- 12/25 (Sat.), 2010
Opening Salon : 11/20 (Sat.) 6-9pm
on Fridays and Saturdays 1-7pm and Mondays 5-11pm
*The artist, Hiroshi Yoshida, will attend an opening
salon on Saturday, 11/20. Please come join us!
to see pictures from the opening salon!
Waitingroom has moved from Sangenjaya to Ebisu in Fall 2010.
Please see our new address and phone number below.
< NEW LOCATION>
Shibuya Hyacca Bldg. 4B, 2-8-11
Ebisu Nishi, Shibuya-Ku, Tokyo, Japan, 150-0021
*Access Map HERE
Religious-like Painting, 2010
oil on panel, 102 x 79.5cm
We are pleased to
announce the first exhibition after our relocation, Hiroshi
Yoshida Solo Exhibition “Drifting
Landscape & Twisted
Mystery” which will be up through November 20th to
December 25th, 2010.
Yoshida was born
in 1988 in Kyoto and is currently enrolled in the senior
year, painting major,
at the Kanazawa Collage
of Art. He showed at the “Shinjuku Infinity” organized
by Tokyo Wonder Site and Shinjuku Word in 2008, had the
first solo exhibition, WORLDS, at waitingroom, won the
prize at the
Shell Art Awards, and participated in the art fair, ULTRA
002, at SPIRAL in 2009. In 2010, Yoshida participated
Man’s Land” at an old building of the French
Embassy and have been broadening out his activities.
Drifting Landscape & Twisted Mystery” is Yoshida’s
second solo exhibition and will showcase his brand new
paintings depicting a world of fragments and its reality.
title of the exhibition includes Yoshida’s wish
the whole even if there are things that are different
and fragmented in the world”. He says that it
is more real that those scenes and stories that are
fragmented exist together and
make one “drifting landscape”.
The new paintings, “A
Religious-like Painting” and “Burn”,
depict wide range of motifs and images burnt by the
lightning in the desolated scene. Motifs were selected
randomly and they
were painted like a ceremony of the ancient religion.
Goat, hay, and western paintings draw apart from primary
and historical value and burned by the lightning which
mystical”. Its landscape resembles Yoshida’s
eye to the world and how he sees the moment in-between.