Summer Group Show I with Onishi Project

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Thursday, 31 May 2018 to Wednesday, 13 June 2018
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Thursday, 31 May 2018 -
6:00pm to 8:00pm

SUMMER GROUP SHOW I

Date: May 31 – June 13, 2018
Opening: Thursday, May 31, 6-8PM
Location: Onishi Gallery, 521 W 26th Street, New York, NY 10001
Gallery Hours: Tuesday–Saturday, 11am-6pm

Onishi Project is pleased to announce our first of a series of summer group shows for this year from May 31st to June 13th with the opening reception on May 31st from 6 to 8pm. This group features five international artists: Attila Mata, Rie Ono, Krisztina Horvath, Tomokazu Iida and Vladimir Lalic.

Attila Mata, born in Eger, Hungary, studied at the Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts under his master, sculptor and medalist, Tamás Vígh. Attila enjoys experimenting with a wide variety of different materials and themes and loves the extreme. Reflected in his artwork, the human body is reduced to geometric forms. He has works in various public and private collections throughout Europe.

Rie Ono, born in Miyagi prefecture, Japan, and currently lives in Kofu City, Yamanashi Prefecture, Japan. Ono studied at Tama Art University Graduate School. In her works, she depicts not only the physical landscape but also the internal landscape that is connected to emotion, the mind, breath, blood flow, internal organs, muscles and all six senses. Her most recent works have focused on the unstable energy that is constantly flowing from nature, herself, and also on the initial emotion itself.

Krisztina Horvath was born in Budapest in 1966. Movement, energy and gestures play an important role in her abstract expressionistic art. Gestural abstraction and action painting define her work best. Her concern about the future of our planet stimulates her to make expressive pieces of art that reflect her inner thoughts and feelings on this issue. Oriental art and art inspired by Zen offer great inspiration and she likes to make Zen Studies. When painting them, she keeps in mind the seven characteristics of Zen Aesthetics written down in the book ‘Zen and the Fine Arts’ by Shinichi Hisamatsu.

Tomokazu Iida, born in Saitama, Tokyo in 1976, where he lives and works. Iida seeks to share the expression that the subjects of his works convey, and in doing so, after making them into a design, having the viewer experience a certain amorous feel from looking at them. He learned digital design at Tokyo Designer Gakuin College. He became a freelancer after creating works for companies in the anime and gaming industry. Iida has been creating hundreds of works such as company’s advertisements, web media illustrations, image characters, graphic design work, and banners used in web advertisement.

Vladimir Lalic is born in 1983, in Belgrade, Serbia. He finished Faculty of applied arts in Belgrade in 2008. He made 25 solo exhibitions and participated in over 50 international group exhibitions. He was given 6 awards for visual art one of which is ”Prix Paul Louis Weller’’ – given by the Academie des Beaux arts in Paris, France. His works are in many private collections around the world. Currently he is working between Belgrade and Paris.

For more information on the exhibition, please contact Dannie Pierce at 212-695-8035, or by email at 
dpierce@onishigallery.com. Or, please visit our website athttp://onishiproject.com/updates/summer-group-shows-2018-2

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Artist ( Description ): 

Attila Mata, born in Eger, Hungary, studied at the Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts under his master, sculptor and medalist, Tamás Vígh. Attila enjoys experimenting with a wide variety of different materials and themes and loves the extreme. Reflected in his artwork, the human body is reduced to geometric forms. He has works in various public and private collections throughout Europe.

Rie Ono, born in Miyagi prefecture, Japan, and currently lives in Kofu City, Yamanashi Prefecture, Japan. Ono studied at Tama Art University Graduate School. In her works, she depicts not only the physical landscape but also the internal landscape that is connected to emotion, the mind, breath, blood flow, internal organs, muscles and all six senses. Her most recent works have focused on the unstable energy that is constantly flowing from nature, herself, and also on the initial emotion itself.

Krisztina Horvath was born in Budapest in 1966. Movement, energy and gestures play an important role in her abstract expressionistic art. Gestural abstraction and action painting define her work best. Her concern about the future of our planet stimulates her to make expressive pieces of art that reflect her inner thoughts and feelings on this issue. Oriental art and art inspired by Zen offer great inspiration and she likes to make Zen Studies. When painting them, she keeps in mind the seven characteristics of Zen Aesthetics written down in the book ‘Zen and the Fine Arts’ by Shinichi Hisamatsu.

Tomokazu Iida, born in Saitama, Tokyo in 1976, where he lives and works. Iida seeks to share the expression that the subjects of his works convey, and in doing so, after making them into a design, having the viewer experience a certain amorous feel from looking at them. He learned digital design at Tokyo Designer Gakuin College. He became a freelancer after creating works for companies in the anime and gaming industry. Iida has been creating hundreds of works such as company’s advertisements, web media illustrations, image characters, graphic design work, and banners used in web advertisement.

Vladimir Lalic is born in 1983, in Belgrade, Serbia. He finished Faculty of applied arts in Belgrade in 2008. He made 25 solo exhibitions and participated in over 50 international group exhibitions. He was given 6 awards for visual art one of which is ”Prix Paul Louis Weller’’ – given by the Academie des Beaux arts in Paris, France. His works are in many private collections around the world. Currently he is working between Belgrade and Paris.

Telephone: 
2126958035

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Venue ( Address ): 

Onishi Gallery,
521 W 26th Street, Basement
New York, NY 10001
Gallery Hours: Tuesday–Saturday, 11am-6pm
212-695-8035

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