2018/09/03

Vanguard Yuki Solo Show 2018

The Bird escaped from Camera where to go?

 

 

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Yuki Onodera

The Bird escaped from Camera where to go?

Vanguard Gallery, Shanghai

Sep 18 – Oct 26. 2018.

Opening : 5 – 7 pm.

Vanguard Gallery

R204, Bldg 4A, 50 Moganshan Road, Shanghai 200060, China
www.vanguardgallery.com
vanguardg@gmail.com
+86 21 62993523

weibo: @vanguard画廊
Facebook: Vanguard Gallery
twitter: @vanguardgalerie
Instagram: vanguardg

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Yuki Onodera
Solo Show
Around Shanghai
by PHOTOFAIRS SHANGHAI
Please note; VIP card holders have additional access to selected exhibitions.

Vanguard Gallery
The Bird Escaped from Camera Where to Go?
18 September – 26 October
R204, Bldg. 4A, 50 Moganshan Rd, Shanghai

Vanguard Gallery will present artist Yuki Onodera’s solo exhibition: “The Bird Escaped from Camera Where to Go?”.
The works of Yuki Onodera have never focused on things which bear explicit reference visibly,
but contain her personal experiences subtly. New works in large scale of the artist will be exhibited in the show.
There will be an exhibition opening available to PHOTOFAIRS SHANGHAI VIP card holders,
Tuesday 18, September. Please see PHOTOFAIRS SHANGHAI VIP Program for more infomation.


Yuki Onodera others shows


2018/08/30

KIDO Press 2018

KIDO Press 2018

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Yuki Onodera
Solo Show
“The Window as Device” ,
Kido Press, Tokyo, Sep 7- Oct 14. 2018
Opening :  Sep 7, 6:00-8:00 p.m.
Artist Talks : Sep 7, 4:30-5:30 p.m.
KIDO Press, Inc.
3331 Arts Chiyoda 204, 6-11-14 Sotokanda Chiyoda-ku Tokyo 101-0021 Japan
Tel & Fax :03-5817-8988
+(81)35817-8988
mail : printart@kidopress.com
web : www.kidopress.com
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http://www.kidopress.com/

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Yuki Onodera upcoming shows – Sep.- Oct. 2018

Yuki Onodera upcoming shows

solo shows

“The Bird escaped from Camera where to go?”, Vanguard Gallery, Shanghai, Sep 18 – Oct 26. 2018.

“The Window as Device” , Kido Press, Tokyo, Sep 7- Oct 14. 2018

“Yuki Onodera”, Kyoto Museum of Photography, Kyoto, Japan, Oct 31-Nov18, 2018.

Yuki Onodera’s works in the

Singapore International Photography Festival“, Sep 28 – Oct 28. 2018, Japan Creative Center, Singapore.

Beijing Contemporary 2018 : Aug 30-Sep 2, Beijing

ASIA NOW : Oct 17-21, Paris

PARIS PHOTO : Nov  8-11, Grand Palais Paris

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2018/06/05

Huis Marseille_201806

huis marseille
museum
voor fotografie

Een prachtig moment
A beautiful moment
Japanse fotografie van /
Japanese photography by
Naoya Hatakeyama,
Syoin Kajii, Rinko Kawauchi,
Toshiko Okanoue,
Yuki Onodera, Chino Otsuka
en/and Nao Tsuda

9 June 2018
On view until 2 September 2018

https://www.huismarseille.nl/en/tentoonstelling/a-beautiful-moment-collection-japan/
‘Muybridge’s Twist’, No.8, 300 x 210 cm, 2017  ©Yuki Onodera, Collection Huis Marseille
https://yukionodera.fr/en/works/muybridges-twist/

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huis marseille museum for photography
Keizersgracht 401 / 1016 ek Amsterdam
t 020 531 89 89 / www.huismarseille.nl
open: di–zo, 11–18 uur / tue–sun, 11 am–6 pm
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2018/05/23

“The Myriad Forms of Visual Art: 196 Works with 19 Themes” The National Museum of Art, Osaka

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The National Museum of Art, Osaka

The Myriad Forms of Visual Art: 196 Works with 19 Themes

May 26—July 1, 2018

http://www.nmao.go.jp/en/exhibition/2018/myriad.html

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Today the world is flooded with information about every conceivable field, and is growing ever more globalized and diverse. In this environment, museums’ conventional procedures for storing and exhibiting art by era or by region are becoming ineffective. In Europe and North America, museums of contemporary art have been holding an increasing number of thematically organized exhibitions. This exhibition presents works from the National Museum of Art, Osaka’s collection, grouped according to 19 themes. These themes are ones that enable viewers to stop, think, and find new meanings, and can be roughly divided into “elements of works” and “subjects depicted in works.” The art on view is diverse, ranging from iconic works that embody certain themes to selections that may surprise you, and includes around 50 new acquisitions. The basic frameworks by which we classify art – era, region, genre – are taken into account, but combinations and juxtapositions highlight connections among widely varied works of art. This special exhibition of works from the collection seeks not merely to reconfirm what each viewer already knows about art, but to elicit new discoveries and offer opportunities to think about art from new angles.

Artists
Barnett Newman, Piero Manzoni, Jiro Takamatsu, Agnes Martin, Imi Knoebel, Teppei Soutome, Frank Stella, Joseph Kosuth, Tomoharu Murakami, Marc Quinn, Rei Naito, Futo Akiyoshi, Richard Tuttle, Lynda Benglis, Kodai Nakahara, Ushio Shinohara, Yu Araki, Richard Aldrich, Henry Moore, Aiko Miyawaki, Kenjiro Okazaki, Yuji Takeoka, Kazuo Okazaki, Dan Flavin, Felix Gonzalez-Torres, Anton Henning, Mike Kelley, Marcel Duchamp, Tetsumi Kudo, Daan Van Golden, Naoya Hatakeyama, Tony Oursler, Ryan Gander, Wols, Jim Dine, Tomio Miki, Laurie Simmons, Thomas Ruff, Ilya Kabakov, Jan Dibbets, Nobuo Sekine, Roy Lichtenstein, Tiger Tateishi (Koichi・Taigaa) , Stephan Balkenhol, Yoshishige Saito, Lucio Fontana, Sigmar Polke, Jean-Pierre Pincemin, Anthony Caro, Michelangelo Pistoletto, Bertrand Lavier, Gerhard Richter, Joseph Beuys, Oliver Beer, Pablo Picasso, Jean Fautrier, Alberto Giacometti, Georg Baselitz, Richard Hamilton, John Currin, Luc Tuymans, Marino Marini, Jean-Pierre Raynaud, Katsura Funakoshi, Erwin Wurm, Yoshitatsu Yanagihara, Kazuo Yagi, Daido Moriyama, Tatsumi Yoshino, Tam Ochiai, Kiki Smith, Jean-Marc Bustamante, Toshio Shibata, Man Ray, Giorgio Morandi, Arman, Rachel Whiteread, Takanobu Kobayashi, Eri Takayanagi, Kiyoshi Koishi, Natsuyuki Nakanishi, Tony Cragg, Ryuji Miyamoto, Kazuyuki Takezaki, Hamish Fulton, On Kawara, Edward Ruscha, Ryuichi Yamashiro, Andy Warhol, Tadanori Yokoo, Sherrie Levine, Shinji Ogawa, Marcel Broodthaers, Ute Lindner, Candida Höfer, Mel Ziegler, Hisachika Takahashi, U-Fan Lee, Donald Judd, Bernd and Hilla Becher, Saburo Muraoka, Niele Toroni, Max Ernst, Morris Louis, Sadamasa Motonaga, Yukinori Yanagi, Bernard Frize, Yuki Onodera, Wolfgang Tillmans

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Yuki Onodera : “How to make a Pearl” no. 10, 2000

210 x 150 cm, gelatin-silver print.

How to Make a Pearl

https://yukionodera.fr/


2018/05/11

Photo London 2018

Photo London 2018 - YUKI ONODERA Eleventh Finger, No.10

PHOTO LONDON
https://photolondon.org/
Stand C13    YUMIKO CHIBA ASSOCIATES

YUKI ONODERA
Eleventh Finger , No. 10,
Photogram and photography on gelatin silver print, fiber base paper, 86 x 74 cm, 2010
https://yukionodera.fr/en/works/eleventh-finger/

17-20 MAY 2018
Preview 16 MAY

PHOTO LONDON
SOMERSET HOUSE, LONDON
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YUMIKO CHIBA ASSOCIATES
http://www.ycassociates.co.jp/

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