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  • Apr 1, 19Information
    Masao Kozumi “Glass Onggi”

    From Friday April 12th to Sunday April 21st, AT THE CORNER will be hosting our very first solo-exhibition of the glass artist, Masao Kozumi.

    Kozumi uses a traditional method dating from the Edo period (between 17th and 19th century) as his model for the creation process. His works evoke a unique green color and a fluctuation due to iron in the glass material. The greatest emphasis which Kozumi puts on his work is that they should be Japanese glasses which match the Japanese table which focus on the “preparation”. In this exhibition where Kozumi’s elegant works with antique allure come together, we will also focus on his new “Glass Onggi” which feature glass vessels glazed in pale colors. We look forward to seeing you there.

    TITLE
    Masao Kozumi “Glass Onggi”
    DATE
    2019.4.12 (Fri.) — 21(Sun.) / 13:00 – 20:00
    *Closed on Monday.
    SHOP
    AT THE CORNER
    PROFILE
    Born in 1979 in Kumamoto. Masao Kozumi is a graduate of Toyama City Institute of Glass Art (TIGA). Kozumi currently bases his activity in Gifu. In order to create thin glasses that he uses to create hand blown works, Kozumi uses potash glass containing ashes which result in a unique green tint to the glass. The glass blocks decorating the windows of our store, HIN Arts & Science Nijodori Kyoto is one of Kozumi’s works.
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  • Mar 21, 19Information
    Notice from DOWN THE STAIRS

    “DOWN THE STAIRS”, the store where we present our idea of “food”, will be coming back for a reopening from Saturday, April 27th 2019.

    By adding new elements, we strive to create a place for our customers to enjoy in their everyday lives. We look forward to seeing you there.

    DATE
    2019.4.27 (Sat.) Reopen
    SHOP
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  • Jan 31, 19Information
    2019 Spring / Summer Collection

    2019SS collection will be available at A&S stores starting from Friday, February 1st.

    Along with an ethnic allure, the new collection features items with detailed stitch work, embroidery and Indian nuances created by madras check and Bengala dye to bring you a collection elevated by the colors of spices and herbs such as cumin, turmeric, parsley and mint.

    Our unique and voluminous silhouettes created by widening the sides and shoulders and items featuring flat patterns will be there together with items made from light fabrics which will be perfect for the hot and humid Japanese summer. Please come and experience them at our stores.

    A&S staffs will be looking forward to seeing you soon.

    2019 SS COLLECTION

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    • ※ Please note that some pieces may not be available due to its limited production.

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  • Jan 11, 19Event
    EDITION MAEGHT at &SHOP KYOTO

    From Sunday January 13th 2019, art books selected by “POST”, the bookshop in Ebisu, Tokyo will come together at &SHOP KYOTO.

    The event will feature works from “Edition Maeght” which was established in 1973 as the publishing division of the historic Galerie Maeght in France. For the event, we bring you the art magazine “Derrière le miroir” and works by the artist Warja Lavater, who is famous for creating books bound in accordion-style.

    All works featured in the exhibition are highly artistic pieces in lithography. Please come and experience them at our store. We look forward to your visit.

    TITLE
    EDITION MAEGHT at &SHOP KYOTO
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  • Jan 4, 19Information
    noguchi BIJOUX at A&S KYOTO

    Allow us to announce that between January 4th and 27th, the jewelry from 〈noguchi〉 will line the A&S Kyoto store. You will be able to find more wider variety of rings, earrings, and necklaces compared to the usual product lines. Please drop by and see them for yourselves.

    TITLE
    noguchi BIJOUX at A&S KYOTO
    DATE
    2019.1.4 (Fri.) – 1.27 (Sun.) / 11:00 – 19:00
    SHOP
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    • ※ Please note that some pieces may not be available due to its limited production.

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  • Nov 30, 18Information
    Notice from AT THE CORNER

    Thank you for your continued support and interest towards ARTS&SCIENCE. From December 1st 2018, AT THE CORNER will be closed every Monday during the exhibition period. Please find the closure dates for December.

    Closure dates: Monday December 3rd, 10th, 17th
    * We will be open on the national holiday of 24th.

    Thank you for your understanding.

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    ADDRESS
    109 Palace Aoyama 6.1.6 Minami Aoyama Minato.ku Tokyo 107.0062 Japan
    TEL
    81 3 6418 7960

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  • Nov 14, 18Information
    Yaser Shaw | Delivery Information

    Handmade stoles by “Yaser Shaw” are coming to A&S Aoyama and &SHOP KYOTO from Friday, November 16th. Yaser Shaw’s pure handmade pashmina stoles are all handspun, handwoven and handstitched using the traditional techniques of Kashmir, India. The rich collection featuring embroidered pieces will also include exclusive pieces with A&S tastes. We look forward to your visit.

    Please come and enjoy the exquisite texture of pashmina at our stores.

    PROFILE
    Yaser Shaw / Based in the Kashmir region, Shaw combines traditional techniques and modern designs to create various items ranging from fabrics, accessories to furniture. Shaw continues to pass on the traditional handicraft which has been handed down for 5 generations. His stoles are highly appreciated for its elegant and exquisite designs throughout the world.
    DATE
    2018.11.16 (Fri.) –
    SHOP
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  • Oct 22, 18Information
    2018.11.3 (Sat.) “A&S DAIKANYAMA” Open

    We have returned to the place where ARTS&SCIENCE began: a private house in Daikanyama that we have thoroughly renovated into a new brick-and-mortar shop. Here we are declaring "Home & Basics" as our concept.

    The offerings span a home collection built on a principle of discreet luxury as well as classic, standard ARTS&SCIENCE garments and everyday items that, over the past few years, have become the tried-and-true pillars of our design philosophy: seasonless, genderless.

    The basic items for which our customers have developed a permanent fondness will always be on hand. We look forward to welcoming you to the new store to see your trusted favorites and to discover new indispensible tools for daily living.

    SHOP
    Arts & Science Daikanyama
    OPEN
    2018.11.3 (Sat.) / 12:00
    ADDRESS
    14-1 Hachiyamacho Shibuya-ku Tokyo 150-0035 Japan (Google Maps)

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  • Oct 5, 18Information
    2018.10.13 (Sat.) “CORNER” Open

    ARTS&SCIENCE is opening a new corner at Nijo Dori Kyoto on Saturday, October 13th 2018. The new corner will be a small space featuring shoes and leather accessories. For the opening, we will be launching a semi-order event of women’s shoes made by Shoji Kawaguchi, the bespoke shoemaker of “MARQUESS”.

    More detail will follow on our website. Please stay tuned.

    SHOP
    CORNER
    OPEN
    2018.10.13 (Sat.) / 11:00
    ADDRESS
    Corner Seinan Nijo Kiyamachi-dori Nakagyo.ku Kyoto 604.0912 Japan

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  • Oct 1, 18Information
    Notice from DOWN THE STAIRS

    We hope this finds you well.

    We would like to inform you that Sunday September 30th will be the last day of the Friday-to-Sunday weekend opening at DOWN THE STAIRS. We will go into a temporary closure from October for future preparations. We will be back again in late October with interesting events so please follow us through our website and social media.

    We’ll see you soon!

    SHOP

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  • Aug 9, 18Information
    Notice from DOWN THE STAIRS

    Thank you for your continued support towards A&S.

    From Friday August 10th, DTS is back during the weekends for a limited period.
    During our limited comeback, we will be open between 12h-20h on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
    Please come and enjoy our cold beverages, alcohols and sweets such as pastry and ice creams for a moment of coolness during the hot weather.

    We look forward to your visit.

    *Lunch and food menu will not be served during this period.

    OPEN
    Friday, Saturday, Sunday / 12:00 – 20:00
    SHOP

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  • Aug 2, 18Information
    2018 Autumn / Winter Collection

    Starting from Friday August 3rd, our 2018AW collection will be serially available at A&S stores.

    The new collection features olive green and earthy palettes as seasonal colors with vivid colors such as yellow, red and blue as accents. In addition to our classical shapes, flat patterns and new silhouettes featuring broader body and shoulders will be joining the new collection.

    A&S will also present our first down jacket using a sheer sheet of compressed down material. These lightweight models have high heat retention and are extremely functional. A rare collection made from Shetland wool, created from English spinning machines, will also be available. Please come to see and to try our new items at our stores.
    We look forward to your visit.

    2018 AW COLLECTION

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    • ※ Please note that some pieces may not be available due to its limited production.

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  • Mar 24, 18Information
    Notice from DOWN THE STAIRS

    We appreciate your continuous patronage to ARTS&SCIENCE.
    Allow us to inform you that our DOWN THE STAIRS will be closing its door as a restaurant on Saturday, March 31st, and stay closed temporarily for preparation of our next program.
    The details regarding the opening will be announced through our website and SNS, so please stay tuned.
    Thank you for your understanding in advance.

    SHOP

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  • Jan 29, 18Information
    noguchi BIJOUX in A&S KYOTO

    Allow us to announce that between February 2nd and 25th, the jewelry from noguchi will line the A&S Kyoto store. You will be able to find more wider variety of rings, earrings, and necklaces compared to the usual product lines. Please drop by and see them for yourselves.

    TITLE
    noguchi BIJOUX in A&S KYOTO
    DATE
    2018.2.2 (Fri) – 2.28 (Wed) / 11:00 – 19:00
    SHOP

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  • Jan 25, 18Information
    2018SS SEASON IMAGE

    Allow us to inform you that ahead of 2018SS launch on February 2nd, you will be able to browse the season image photo taken by photographer Rinko Kawauchi by visiting the GALLERY page. Please enjoy.

    GALLERY

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  • Dec 1, 17Information
    Yaser Shaw | Handmade stoles from Kashmir

    A&S welcomes the designer, Yaser Shaw for his 4th trunkshow in Japan. The event will take place between Friday, December 15th and Sunday, December 17th at two stores, A&S Aoyama and &SHOP Kyoto. Shaw’s pashmina stoles are all made from skilled artisans by hand: from yarn spinning, weaving to embroidery. More than 200 stoles including an exclusive A&S pieces will be available during the 3 days. Please come and enjoy the exquisite touch of the supreme material.

    PROFILE
    Yaser Shaw / Based in the Kashmir region, Shaw combines traditional techniques and modern designs to create various items ranging from fabrics, accessories to furniture. Shaw continues to pass on the traditional handicraft which has been handed down for 5 generations. His stoles are highly appreciated for its elegant and exquisite designs throughout the world.
    DATE
    2017.12.15 (Fri) – 2017.12.17 (Sun)
    SHOP

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  • Nov 10, 17Information
    William Welstead | 11th Trunkshow

    ARTS&SCIENCE welcomes William Welstead for its 11th trunk show, <Pave Diamond>. Pave is all about setting diamonds very close together so they are almost touching each other. Giving off a pale radiance, jewelries consisting small diamonds in eight cut and brilliant cut will line the store all at once. The designer William Welstead will be present as well. Hoping you can join us in both Tokyo and Kyoto.

    With the trunk show as the start, AT THE CORNER will hold its third <A&S JEWELRY SHOP>. The usual selection of jewelries from store will array the site. Hope you can join us.

    PROFILE
    Based in the Cotswolds in England, his ingenious jewelry features flat diamonds, a cutting tradition long lost in Europe. His main focus is to maximize the characteristics of the stone any means necessary.
    TOKYO
    2017.11.23 (Thu/Holiday) / 17:00 – 20:00
    2017.11.24 (Fri), 11.25 (Sat) / 12:00 – 20:00
    AT THE CORNER
    KYOTO
    2017.12.1 (Fri), 12.2 (Sat) / 11:00 – 19:00
    A&S Kyoto

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  • Nov 10, 17Information
    A&S | JEWELRY SHOP

    With the <William Welstead 11th Trunk Show> as the start, AT THE CORNER will hold its third <A&S JEWELRY SHOP>. Not only the usual selection from A&S store will all align, you will be able find antique jewelries and watches as well. Please look in to seek for your holiday season gifts.

    BRAND
    DATE
    2017.11.23 (Thu/Holiday) / 17:00 – 20:00
    2017.11.24 (Fri) – 2017.12.29 (Fri) / 12:00 – 20:00
    2018.1.3 (Wed) – 2018.1.21 (Sun) / 12:00 – 20:00
    SHOP
    AT THE CORNER

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  • Nov 9, 17Information
    POST in KYOTO

    We are proud to invite the Tokyo-based bookseller POST to &SHOP Kyoto to present a pop-up store. The store will feature a changing selection of seventy art and photography titles from the publishers Steidl, Lecturis, Stichting Kunstimplantaat, Phaidon, Damiani, Fw:, Gagosian, Foci Press, Éditions Xavier Barral, Kunstaus Bregenz, and Slewe Gallery. We hope you will have a chance to catch this wonderful collection from POST, available at &SHOP during this holiday season only.

    PROFILE
    POST is a bookshop that showcases a single publisher at a time, highlighting each publisher’s uniqueness. The shop provides its customers with an opportunity to see the work of international publishers from a new perspective.
    DATE
    2017.11.23 (Thu/Holiday) – 2017.12.29 (Fri) / 11:00 – 19:00
    2018.1.3 (Wed) – 2018.1.8 (Mon/Holiday) / 11:00 – 19:00
    *Yusuke Nakajima of POST will be present at the store on 11.23 (Thu/Holiday)
    SHOP

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  • Nov 6, 17Information
    Plum’s | Stuffed Animals

    From Thursday, November 23rd, stuffed doll artist Kyoko Umezu will bring her new work of <Plum’s> to both Tokyo and Kyoto. All kinds of polar bear will be showcased in &SHOP Aoyama, and “Wabisuke”, series of animals sitting on zabuton, a Japanese cushion shall line HIN / Arts & Science, Nijodori Kyoto. Ms. Umezu will be present at the store on the 23rd. Hope you will join us.

    PROFILE
    Plum’s Kyoko Umezu / After studying teddy bear making at Cuddly Labo in Daikanyama, she presented her first collection in 1997. In 2010, she had her first own exhibition at Billiken Gallery in Aoyama. Her creation is based on the fundamentals of teddy bear making with addition of a realistic facial expression of bears and other animals.
    DATE
    2017.11.23 (Thu)- 2017.12.10 (Sun)
    *Kyoko Umezu will be at the store 11.23 (Thu) / &SHOP Aoyama
    SHOP
    NOTE
    *Please note that items purchased will be handed over after the end of event.

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  • Nov 1, 17Information
    Mitate | Toshino Ichi

    To celebrate the coming New Year, HIN / Arts & Science, Nijodori Kyoto and OVER THE COUNTER welcomes the florist, Mitate for an exclusive order event of New Year ornaments. New Year ornaments has been traditionally used to welcome the Shinto deities who are believed to come visit us at the beginning of the New Year. Ranging from modern kadomatsu to Japanese cypress ornaments made in collaboration with the wood artist Masaru Kawai, Mitate’s works are traditional yet stylish and contemporary. During the event, we will also take orders for waramochi, exclusive only at A&S during this period. Please do not miss this occasion to create your original ornaments of the season.

    PROFILE
    Mitate was established in April 2013, in Shichiku, Kita-ku in Kyoto. Mitate creates flower arrangements and ornaments using boxes by using wild flowers and plants of the season. Mitate’s aesthetics are expressed through its unique style to create something completely different from the original material.
    KYOTO
    2017.11.10 (Fri) – 2017.11.22 (Wed) / 11:00 – 19:00
    *Hayato Nishiyama of Mitate will be present at the store on 11.10 (Fri)
    HIN / Arts & Science, Nijodori Kyoto
    TOKYO
    2017.11.27 (Mon) – 2017.12.3 (Sun) / 12:00 – 20:00
    *Hayato Nishiyama of Mitate will be present at the store on 11.27 (Mon)
    OVER THE COUNTER

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  • Oct 5, 17Information
    TOOGOOD × A&S | THE FORAGER

    ARTS&SCIENCE in collaboration with TOOGOOD will hold a new installation, THE FORAGER, taking place in both Tokyo and Kyoto.
    THE FORAGER is inspired by the busy traveler an avid collector of beautiful foreign objects. The Forager Suit consisting of gilet, tunic and trousers, new and exclusive TOOGOOD shapes realized in ARTS&SCIENCE fabrics.
    Inspired by 16th century Edo-period screens, Faye Toogood’s wallpaper collection for CALICO WALLPAPER transforms the gallery space into an English Landscape, accompanied by Faye’s Roly-Poly furniture and a collection of British found objects.
    For the opening of Tokyo, designer Erica Toogood will be available as well. Please come and enjoy the world of TOOGOOD.

    PROFILE
    Eponymous brand established by sisters Faye and Erica Toogood. Faye’s celebrated work as a designer has been focused in furniture, interiors, and sculpture. Erica has honored her craft in tailoring as a pattern cutter for several London fashion designers. Their clothing line, inspired by traditional workwear combines their sensitivity to material and shape.
    KYOTO
    2017.10.21 (Sat) – 2017.11.19 (Sun) / 11:00 – 19:00
    TOKYO
    2017.10.28 (Sat) – 2017.11.12 (Sun) / 12:00 – 20:00
    *OPENING PREVIEW 10.27 (Fri) / 16:00 – 20:00
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  • Sep 26, 17Information
    Notice from A&S

    We appreciate your constant patronage to ARTS&SCIENCE.We are afraid that DOWN THE STAIRS will be closed temporarily from Sunday, October 1st due to the maintenance towards the renewal.Regarding a reopen, it is to be announced on our website.We are deeply sorry for the inconvenience, but we ask for your kind understanding.

    DOWN THE STAIRS

    • * Regarding the other store, will be open as usual.

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  • Aug 28, 17Information
    Kenichi Takanaka | Nanako

    It is our pleasure to announce the exhibition “Nanako” by painter, calligrapher, and potter Kenichi Takanaka. “Nanako” is the artist’s second exhibition at ARTS&SCIENCE and it will be presented in both Tokyo and Kyoto.

    “Nanako” is a method of creating a relief pattern that resembles fish roe. The craftsman is said to “beat” or “sow” the texture into a surface using a special Nanako chisel. The exhibition will showcase 100 works that Kenichi Takanaka has created around the theme of soil, accompanied by a hanging calligraphic scroll.

    The wife pitied the hen that was killed by the weasel, and she made a soup out of its corpse. She was in awe after taking one bite, saying, “The weasel must have been a skillful killer.” The taste of flesh is equal to how well you kill. Kenichi Takanaka

    PROFILE
    Kenichi Takanaka was born in Toride-shi, Ibaraki in 1966. An autodidact, Takanaka began his education at Gakushuin University, later leaving in order to teach himself the techniques of calligraphy, painting, and pottery. In 1993 he set up his kiln and studio in Otaki, Chiba, where he devotes himself to his artistic activities. Takanaka’s works are exhibited in various art galleries in Japan and abroad.
    TOKYO
    2017.9.9 (Sat) – 2017.9.18 (Mon) / 12:00 – 20:00
    *Kenichi Takanaka will be at the gallery 9.9 (Sat)
    AT THE CORNER
    KYOTO
    2017.9.23 (Sat) – 2017.10.1 (Sun) / 11:00 – 19:00
    *Kenichi Takanaka will be at the gallery  9.23 (Sat)
    HIN

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  • Jul 4, 17Information
    LITMUS | Indigo Dyeing Special Order Event

    It is our privilege to announce that we will host the semi-order event by Indigo Studio 〈LITMUS〉at AT THE CORNER. We will offer an indigo dye special order for numerous items, and in addition, you will have a chance to experience the “Aizome”, the trans indigo dyeing of LITMUS.


    1. Order for carrying in item *Three days of 7/15, 16, 17

    Exclusively ARTS&SCIENCE item, you will have an opportunity to have your natural fiber clothing to be indigo dyed (for white, ecru color).Mr. Kazuo Yoshikawa from LITMUS will be available to consult you with your favorite indigo color.

    2. MOON CALENDAR 2018

    The popular MOON CALENDAR will be available. Three colors of sky, pale-blue green, and indigo which cannot be ordered regularly, are available for the order, and beside that you can order a frame exclusively for the calendar.

    3. Buy order service

    For this event, we have prepared an ARTS&SCIENCE original tote bag, pouch, handkerchief, and work coat in white color, and you will be able to order and arrange them out of three color option, sky, pale-blue green, and indigo.

    PROFILE
    LITMUS/ Indigo dyeing studio was established by Yuji Matsui and Kazuo Yoshikawa who was fascinated by the indigo dyed smock frock which they found in the antique market. LITMUS is known for its “Ash liquid fermentation” which is a Japanese ancient dyeing method which you add a lye from charcoal, Japanese sake, and wheat into a “Sukumo” dye produced from indigo leaves, which you ferment it by dyeing liquid. They stay royal to these method, but they do not forget to introduce their own Japanese indigo color being freed from the constraints of typical materials and methods.
    DATE
    2017.7.15 (Sat) – 2017.7.23 (Sun) / 12:00 – 20:00
    Mr. Yoshikawa from LITMUS will be at the store 7.15 (Sat), 16 (Sun), 17 (Mon) *holiday
    SHOP

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  • Jun 23, 17Information
    Made to Order Furniture by Ifuji x Arts & Science

    The furniture order event by a collaboration between woodcraft artist Masashi Ifuji and ARTS&SCIENCE will be held in Tokyo and Kyoto. Different size of collapsible shelf, and brand new piece of mizuya drawer will be at your hand. In addition to that, the bespoke color will be available for his basic lines. The simple metal fittings used for each items in various parts are produced by the <Kanaguya>. Please join us and find your own carefully made furniture that will be there for you in your everyday lives.

    “On May, we relocated ourselves to a larger workshop. What we create differs as an environment differs. I have noticed I wanted to create something large. Nothing else has been different but that, but somehow there is always certain matter changing. Though this time, it feels somewhat special.” – Masashi Ifuji

    • Collapsible shelf which you will be able to order the size of the width and the height. The shelf board has a choice between four options, “Oak”, “Teak”, “Cherrywood”, and “Sando-guro” which the cherry wood is vegetable dyed. 。
    PROFILE
    Masashi Ifuji/ Woodcraft artist / Born 1966. He established his Ifuji Furniture Workshop in town of Gujo Hachiman on 2003. On 2006, he had his first exhibition. On 2009, he relocated his workshop to the city of Matsumoto in Nagano prefecture. He is currently running a café and gallery in the building which he reformed the old pharmacy built in Showa 8th. He also manages LABORATORIO which is consisted of the BOX SHOP and faber LABORATORIO.>HP
    KYOTO
    2017.7.8 (Sat) – 2017.7.30 (Sun) / 11:00 – 19:00
    *Masashi Ifuji will be at the gallery 7.8 (Sat)
    HIN
    TOKYO
    2017.8.5 (Sat) – 2017.8.20 (Sun) / 12:00 – 20:00
    *Masashi Ifuji will be at the gallery 8.5 (Sat)
    AT THE CORNER

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  • Jun 23, 17Information
    dosa | Beni Pink

    dosa is a company built on the use of traditional crafts and handwork found through the travels of Christina Kim. Please join us for “Beni Pink”, her exploration of vibrant pinks and the tradition of benibana dyeing at AT THE CORNER. This event will feature shawls and items from dosa’s standard issue line dyed benibana pink at a workshop led by master craftsman and third generation dyer, Dr. Kazuki Yamazaki. Also on display will be “We Kiss”, a public art project by artist Kathy Klein, who collaborated with dosa to produce shawls based on her work. dosa’s installation shares the tradition of benibana dyeing as well as Christina’s designs. We look forward to seeing you.

    PROFILE
    Dr. Kazuki Yamazaki is a master craftsman and third generation natural dyer. In 1985 he started the Kusaki-Kobo Dye Studio, a natural dye studio and research space in Kawasaki. After completing a master’s degree in agriculture in 1982, he began research in natural dyes under the guidance of his father, Seiju Yamazaki. In 2002, he went on to receive his PhD in engineering research, writing his thesis on the colors and aesthetics of natural dyes and naturally dyed textiles. The Yamazaki family is known in Japan for their important cultural knowledge and their work preserving and sharing traditional methods of dyeing textiles. Dr. Yamazaki continues to share his knowledge and research by leading workshops, presenting papers, publishing books, and exhibiting his work, with not only Japan, but all over the world.
    HP

    Kathy Klein is an artist based in Arizona (USA). She obtained a bachelors in fine arts and master of education degree at Arizona State University. Her body of work includes ‘danmala’, a meditative art process where Kathy lays gathered flowers in geometric shapes that look like mandalas; and ‘we kiss’ a public art project wherein participants are invited to put on lipstick and kiss paper leaving patterned imprints of their lips. She also collaborates with dosa from time to time.
    danmala  We kiss
    DATE
    2017.7.8 (Sat) – 2017.7.23 (Sun) / 12:00 – 20:00
    SHOP

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