Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Debra Force Fine Art, Inc. Ethnos/Techne: Theodoros Stamos and Michael Michaeledes

An exhibition “Ethnos/Techne: Theodoros Stamos and Michael Michaeledes” is being held at Debra Force Fine Art, Inc. in New York.

ethnos theodoros stamos michael michaeledes art exhibition

HIRO GALLERY held an exhibition of Theodoros Stamos in 1996.

HIRO GALLERY / Theodoros Stamos Exhibition in 1996

Organic expression that could be found in the works by stamos is full of archaic vitality. Being mysterious and strong, it makes us feel the ethnic influence as a Greek.

Infinity Field Jerusalem Series
acrylic on canvas / 157.5×147.3cm / 1983

Theodoros Stamos

Venue: Debra Force Fine Art, Inc. in New York, USA
Term: February 2 [Thu.] - March 23 [Fri.], 2012
Official Website: http://www.debraforce.com/events

Friday, February 17, 2012

20th anniversary exhibition of Takasaki Museum of Art / Pavel Trnka

In the 20th anniversary exhibition of Takasaki Museum of Art, the works by Pavel Trnka, a Czech glass artist whose works we deal with, are being exhibited.

Pavel Trnka

Venue: Takasaki Museum of Art
Address: Yashimacho 110-27, Takasaki, Gunma 370-0849 Japan
Hours Open: 10:00 – 18:00 ※ Open until 20:00 only on Friday / Closed on Monday, the next day of Holiday.
TEL:027-324-6125 FAX:027-324-6126
Term: February 8 [Wed.] to March 30 [Fri.], 2012
Official Website: http://www.city.takasaki.gunma.jp/soshiki/art_museum/art/20year.htm

Tuesday, February 7, 2012

David Bill, Jacob Bill, Hans Hinterreiter Exhibition / Kunst- und KulturZentrum Littau-Luzern, Switzerland

An exhibition of Hans Hinterreiter(1902-1989) is being held at Kunst- und KulturZentrum Littau-Luzern, Switzerland.

In 1993, HIRO GALLERY held the first exhibition of Hinterreiter in Japan.


Jacob Bill and David Bill, whose works are also displayed in this exhibition, are the direct descendants of Max Bill, an artist who was in close relationship with Hinterreiter.

Max Bill(left), Mrs. Hinterreiter and Hans Hinterreiter(Center, RIght)
September 1985 at Schl├ęgl Gallery, Zurich

Hinterreiter spent most of his life in Ibiza island, Spain. He devoted himself to cultivation, playing music and making art works. He believes beauty of shape was resident in the line. By combining the geometrically defined lines, Hinterreiter strictly created a linear repertoire of 6,000 elementary forms. He integrated the basic forms and the number of the compositions rapidly increased into millions. Including the choice of colors, he carefully thought over the combination. Being opposite of the accidental one, His mathematical method of making art works affected the computer art in a later period.

Hans Hinterreiter

Venue: Kunst- und KulturZentrum Littau-Luzern, Switzerland
Term: January 13 [Fri.] to March 4 [Sun.] in 2012.

Official Website of Kunst- und KulturZentrum Littau-Luzern