Whitestone Ginza New Gallery is pleased to announce the exhibition by two promising artists, Housui Yamaguchi and Fuzuki Arai.
Calligrapher Housui Yamaguchi was born in Saga prefecture, began calligraphy from an early age under the guidance of his father, Ryuhou Yamaguchi, and opened his eyes to the diversity of expression when he was 18. His artworks are free from any fixed idea or common sense through the experience of having been actively collaborating with various artists beyond the boundary and presenting installation works, which lead him to suggest a new frontier of calligraphy.
Fuzuki Arai graduated from Tama Art University, Department of Information Design. After working in an enterprise as a web designer, Fuzuki held his first solo exhibition in New York in 2014. His dynamic brushstrokes was cultivated by his experience of devoting himself as a dancer. In addition, his subjects based on universe and galaxies will provide the dazzling light into the world of jet-black darkness efficiently. In 2015, the work pursued the affinity between Islam and Japan was exhibited at “the Arab Week 2015 Art Exhibition” and received the Japan-Arab Friendship Award from the host country, Ambassador of Oman / Palestine. The artist has been also active as a book reviewer casting his keen eyes into the cultures of all ages and countries.
We cordially invite you to come visit this precious opportunity.