Lee Ok-Nam (Susan Lee) solo exhibition “WAVE”

Kinosho Kikaku is proud to present its new exhibition, displaying the work of South Korean artist Susan Lee.

Lee Sok-Nam (on the right) with a friend.
Lee Ok-Nam (on the right) with a friend.


The exhibition is entitled “WAVE”. Susan Lee’s work is calming the world’s howl to a quiet sleep by using newspapers paired with traditional Korean paper to form the most basic, fundamental shape – A Circle.


She has created a movement of reflection. Accumulated from the layers of time, this tells the story of us all – A wave of calm and strong mind.

The artist will be present for the opening reception, so do not miss the opportunity to meet her.

We hope to see many of you for the opening reception and during the duration of the exhibition. Please, see below for the information.

Exhibition period: from May, 6th to May, 13rd 2016.

Venue: Kinosho Kikaku Gallery

Opening hours: 11:00 to 19:00, Tuesday through Saturday (closed on Sundays, Mondays and national holidays)

Opening Reception: May, 6th 2016 from 17:00


Evolution-2015- Group Exhibition

Exhibiting Artists: H.K, Hiroshi Mori, Kojiro, Kaya Yaguraya, Kayoko Kimura, Ken Matsuyama, Kohei Yamada, Shoichi Tsurukawa,Tatsuhito Horikoshi, Taizo Kuwahata, Yuma Toko

Exhibition Duration:2015/12/05(Sat)-12/28(Mon) 11:00-19:00

Exhibition Venue: Kinosho Kikaku

Opening Reception:2015/12/05 18:00 – 20:00

Kinosho Kikaku is delighted to present our annual group exhibition “Evolution -2015-” from December 5 to December 28, featuring artworks of eleven emerging artists.

It is said that the most ancient form of Art is petroglyphs, followed by rock engravings. As human civilization gradually progresses, the form of art has transformed and evolved from rock engravings to today’s contemporary art,  from two dimensional paintings to scupltures, body performance, multimedia installations and other kinds of formations. Such history of Art is also a history of artists’ evolution. It is their endless creativty, continueous determination and commitment that made art the way as it is today.

In 2014, Kinosho Kikaku presented the very first group exhibition “Reborn” at our new gallery space to celebrate the new beginning of Kinosho Kikaku and our artists. This time, we decided to name our annual group exhibition “Evolution” as a continuation of last year’s show, as well as a record of the growth of Kinosho Kikaku and artists.

We sincerely hope that you can enjoy it.