TOKYO ART
& ANTIQUES

Tokyo Art & Antiques 2017

4.14 (fri), 4.15 (sat)

Maison de neko

104-0031 , Chuo-ku, Tokyo, Japan

TEl: 03-3567-8880 »call
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FAX: 03-3564-8881

Open Hours:12:30 - 19:00 (During the exhibition period 11:00 - 18:00)
Closed:Irregular (Open every day during the exhibition period)
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Exhibition and Events of 2017
Introduction of the gallery

Maison de neko, located on the second floor of a wooden Japanese house on the alley of Kyobashi, is a rental & planning art gallery with the theme of "all kind of living things". We will exhibit and sell a wide range of art works such as paintings, crafts and photography, mainly for cats and animals.
Since gallery hours vary depending on the exhibition, please visit us after checking the information.
* It is based on Friday to Tuesday, 12: 30-19: 00.

Exhibition and Event during the Tokyo Art & Antiques 2017

Life on this planet (closed)

2017.4.11(tue)- 4.22(sat) 11:00 - 18:00 Last day -16:00, exhibit from 4/17 to 4/22 will be held only at Mokkei

"Life on this planet" is a joint exhibition by two different type of galleries, the antique Oriental art "MOKKEI" and the gallery "Maison de neko", with the themes of living things on the planet. Changes in the global environment that humankind exerts have had a great influence on biological systems therefore we would like to express gratitude and respect for all living things which have always lived together with us on earth. Carefully selected antique Asian and Dutch ceramics, and contemporary botanical painting, watercolor painting, Kutani ware and crafts will be shown in harmony.

"Life on this planet"
April 11 (Tue) - 22 (Sat) of 2017
Venue: 1F MOKKEI CO., LTD. & 2F Maison de neko (Exhibit from 4/17 to 4/22 will be held only at Mokkei)
Opening hours: 11: 00-18: 00 (4/16 sunday until 16:00)
Concept of exhibited works: Living things on the earth

[Exhibited works]
Antique items: Chinese, Japanese, Korean and Dutch ceramics
Modern works: Painting (Botanical Art · Watercolor), Ceramics (Kutani Ware), Wood carving (Netsuke, Sculpture)
Participating artists: Rourin, Yutaka Murakami, Arisa Oguro, Rieko Kawabata

Archive of the gallery during the past Tokyo Art & Antiques

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