Gallery Sugata - Past Events

Below is a list of all past events for Gallery Sugata. Current and upcoming events, as well as other details, are available on the venue's page.

  • poster for Issei Suda “Fragment of Everyday Life”

    Issei Suda “Fragment of Everyday Life”

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    • Media: Photography
    • 2018-04-14 - 2018-05-13

    An exhibition of works by Issei Suda. * This exhibition is part of the Kyotographie International Photography Festival.More »

  • poster for Hz_Sugata Edition_ #01 “Ori”

    Hz_Sugata Edition_ #01 “Ori”

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    • Media: Installation
    • 2017-11-28 - 2017-12-20

    Hz, a unit of frequency, is the name of shadow artist Sai’s installation project series that makes use of different spaces to express the changes in people’s wavelengths. In this exhibition the work of...More »

  • poster for Akihito Yoshida “Sky Burial”

    Akihito Yoshida “Sky Burial”

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    • Media: Photography
    • 2017-07-12 - 2017-08-06

    Photographer Akihito Yoshida presents the Tibetan Buddhist ritual of “Sky Burial,” a funeral practice in which the bodies of the deceased are offered to vultures. [Related Event] Gallery Talk Date:...More »

  • poster for Giada Ripa “The Yokohama Project 1867‐2016” presented by Ruinart

    Giada Ripa “The Yokohama Project 1867‐2016” presented by Ruinart

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    • Media: Photography
    • 2017-04-15 - 2017-05-14

    A world traveler who revisits current affairs and history via her own personal contexts, Giada Ripa came upon two old photo albums in the attic of her family house. Both Native Types and Views of Japan...More »

  • poster for Sarah Moon “Late Fall”

    Sarah Moon “Late Fall”

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    • Media: Photography
    • 2016-04-23 - 2016-05-22

    A photographic fantasy world depicting life and death,nand the fleeting nature of time. A pictorial artist known for her poetic, nostalgic vision, Sarah Moon has passionate fans throughout the world. At...More »

  • poster for The Box Works

    The Box Works

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    • Media: Product
    • 2015-12-01 - 2015-12-25

    A collaborative exhibition-sale of delightful handcrafted original paper boxes by Kyoto based paper crafts shop Box & Needle and Japanese designer Aoi Huber Kono. [Related Event] Letterbox Making...More »

  • poster for Akihiro Yoshida “Calico Factory Artisans”

    Akihiro Yoshida “Calico Factory Artisans”

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    • Media: Photography
    • 2015-11-03 - 2015-11-23

    Akihiro Yoshida’s photographs of calico factory artisans capture the beauty and dedication of calico, a form of dyeing that originated in India some 2,000 years ago.More »

  • poster for Toshiichi Suzuki Pottery Exhibition

    Toshiichi Suzuki Pottery Exhibition

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    • Media: Ceramics
    • 2015-10-06 - 2015-10-25

    Simple and user-friendly ceramics by Toshiichi Suzuki.More »

  • poster for Mokuyo-Bi

    Mokuyo-Bi

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    • Media: Fashion - Crafts
    • 2015-06-09 - 2015-07-05

    An exhibition of artworks by Kenichiro Odagiri and Yumi Odagiri, brought to you from their workshop in Adogawa, Shiga.More »

  • poster for Wazen Kitamura “Four Seasons Sencha”

    Wazen Kitamura “Four Seasons Sencha”

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    • Media: Crafts
    • 2015-05-14 - 2015-05-24

    Popular sencha tools and earthenware by admired artisan Wazen Kitamura.More »

  • poster for Noh Suntag “ReallyGood, Murder”

    Noh Suntag “ReallyGood, Murder”

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    • Media: Photography
    • 2015-04-18 - 2015-05-10

    Leading photographer Suntag Noh (born 1971, Seoul) is known for his documentary pieces on the subjects of Korean history and social issues. In this series, he photographs members of the public as they...More »

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