5/12 (Sat.) - 6/17 (Sun.), 2012
Opening Salon : 5/12 (Sat.) 6-9pm
Friday through Sunday 1-7pm and Monday 5-11pm
will open at 1pm before the opening salon on Saturday, 5/12. The artists will
attend the opening at 6-9pm.
- waitingroom is pleased to announce a group exhibition “Night
Songs”, through May 12th to June 17th, 2012. This exhibition
features drawing works by 5 artists; Hiromi Iuchi, Yutaka Kato,
Shoko Morita, Kaai Tsuji and Ivette Zighelboim, showing them
in an intimate installation.
Born in Kagawa. She went to London for the study abroad on a short-term
program and graduated from Persons
The New School for Design in New York. Working in different
madiums such as painting, performance and installation, she
showed mainly in Brooklyn, New Work, for a while. She moved
to Japan after a travel in Central and South America and currently
lives and works in Kagawa.
Born in Canada, Toronto, in 1974. Grown up in Osaka and currently living and
working in Tokyo. Graduated from Nihon University, Art, Visual Communication
major. He focuses on the city scape and creates drawing, painting, and sculpture.
His recent exhibitions are group exhibition "windows and the stories" (2011,
waitingroom, Tokyo), solo exhibition "NIGHT SHIFT" (2009, waitingroom,
Tokyo), group exhibition "MICROPOP" (2007, Gallery AAA, Paris),
solo exhibition "DRAW" (2006, NO.12 GALLERY, Tokyo).
Born in Toyama in 1977, living and working in Tokyo. Graduated from Aichi Seto
Pottery School Ceramic major in 1999 and Setsu Mode Seminor in 2005. She
had the first solo exhibition, "spoonful", in 2008 (Ginza Gallery
Forrest, Tokyo) and had the second one in 2010, "Wearing the Misty Night",
(waitingroom, Tokyo). In early 2011, she had the third solo exhibition, "through
the fog", at the space in Okayama, Satellite, and also participated
in a group show "Another Planet" (NOW IDeA, Tokyo). She also participated
in several art fairs in Japan and New York, and had the forth solo exhibition,
"Flower of Thunder" at waitingroom in fall 2011.
Born in Nagasaki in 1982, living and working in Tokyo. Graduated from Tokyo
Kogei University, majoring in Design. Starting from 2009, she belongs to
the Yotsuya Art Studium. Recent exhibitions include a group show "between
pieces" (2010, GALLERY OBJECTIVE CORRELATIVE, Tokyo), group show "windows
and the stories" (2011, waitingroom, Tokyo), solo show "walk barefoot" (GALLERY
OBJECTIVE CORRELATIVE, Tokyo). She also makes zines, and has participated
in "Zine's Mate" and "The TOKYO ART BOOK FAIR".
Born in Venezuela in 1979, currently lives and works in New York. She completed
her Master of Fine Arts at New York University in 2006. She had the first
solo exhibition, Ivette Zighelboim, at Patrick Painter Inc. (Santa
Monica, CA) in 2007 and the second one, Memory is for the Living,
at Marianne Boesky Gallery (New York, NY) in 2010. She was also included
in wide varieties of group exhibitions mainly in New York. It is her first
time showing in Japan.