February 25, 2022 － February 27, 2022
10：00 － 17：00
“some no sato OCHIAI” 2-3-6, Kami-ochiai, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
March 4, 2022 － March 13, 2022 ※March 7: Closed
12：00 － 19：00 (11:00-18:00 on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays)
BaBaBa 1F, 2-5-15, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
The exhibition will be held on the theme of dyeing by artists who have visited and researched dyeing studios (“some no sato OCHIAI” and “Tomita Dyeing Crafts”). The exhibition will be held on the theme of dyeing. The exhibition will be held on the theme of dyeing, with five artists presenting their diverse perspectives. The exhibition will rediscover new charms and characteristics of “sohme” from the various perspectives of the five artists, and examine the modern state of dyeing.
Craftsmen and artists have one thing in common in that they are both engaged in making things on a regular basis. However, there is a line drawn between them as two different things. In contemporary art, where cross-disciplinary. It is significant to bridge this gap in the contemporary art world, where cross-disciplinary exchange is the norm.
In addition, artists have the opportunity to develop their own expression through mutual understanding and stimulation through exchanges beyond their respective fields.
and stimulating each other’s understanding, artists will have an opportunity to develop their own expression. The artists’ expression is then reflected in the “dyeing” of the dyeing crafts.
and techniques of dyeing and craftsmanship, thereby contributing to the further development of traditional culture. We believe that artists’ expression can contribute to the further development of traditional culture by helping to expand the thinking and techniques of “SOME” in dyeing.
In the first term, the exhibition will be held in a Japanese-style room in Ochiai Futabaen, a dye village, in conjunction with the local event “Some-no Komichi” (pathway of dyeing).
In the second half of the exhibition, works will be exhibited at BaBaBa, a space along the Myoshoji and Kanda Rivers, in a different development from the first half.
The second half of the exhibition will be held at BaBaBa, a space along the Myoshoji and Kanda Rivers. Archived videos and panels related to dyeing produced in the “Shinjuku Re “Wa” style project” will also be on display at the venue. archival videos and panel displays related to dyeing produced in the “Shinjuku Re “Wa” style project” will also be exhibited at the venue.
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