"Mori no Oyako"


Ohnan Town Hall

Shimane, Japan

TOKYO art crossing Berlin

Vernissage : 6. Jun. 2015, 19 Uhr

Ausstellung : 6. - 21. Jun. 2015, Mo. - Sa. 12 - 20 Uhr

Gruppenausstellung von insgesamt 25 japanischen Künstlern,

davon 10 aus Tokio, 10 aus Berlin und 5 aus New York.


NEUROTITAN GALLERY (2. Hinterhof, 1. OG.)

Rosenthaler Straße 39, 10178 Berlin

+49 30 308 725 76




April 2014 – May 2015

NE corner of East Fordham Road & Webster Avenue, Bronx

“I hope this sculpture provides an opportunity for people to think about humanity’s connection to nature,and reminds us that we are all part of earth’s family."

AKIHIRO ITO’s sculpture, made of 600 pieces of Douglas fir wood in the shape of a baby, symbolizes the close relationship between humanity and nature. Wood is a material long-used by many cultures and represents serenity, warmth, and the dependence of people on their natural surroundings for survival. Additionally, the materials used draw attention to environmental protection issues as natural materials emit no pollutants.

The piece’s form and materials remind us of the impact of our actions on the earth and calls us to protect our natural resources for future generations.

Presented by:

NYC Department of Transportation’s Art Program and Fordham Road Business Improvement District (BID)


Japanese Emerging Artists Exhibition

FEB. 27 - MAR. 8, 2015

OPENING RECEPTION :Februaey 27th,Friday 6:00~8:00pm

Williamsburg Art & Historical Center (WAH Center)

135 Broadway, Williamsburg Brooklyn, NY

OPEN HOURS : Thursday to Monday 1–6pm


DEC. 28, 2014 - JAN. 22, 2015

SPACEWOMb Gallery, New York


Fort Greene Park, Brooklyn, New York

September 2012 – August 2013


An Exhibition by 6 Japanese Emerging Sculptors

FEB.22 - MAR.8, 2013

The Nippon Gallery at The Nippon Club



OCT. 27 - DEC. 9, 2012

Williamsburg Art and Historical Center, Brooklyn


Riverside Park South, New York

June 2011 – May 2012

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