現代アートの美しき謎めいた世界観：ミヒャエル・ボレマンスとマーク・マンダース The Beautiful and Mysterious World in Contemporary Art: Michaël Borremans and Mark Manders
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Let’s continue this year with Michaël Borremans and Mark Manders, as their splendid exhibition at Gallery Koyanagi had been extended until January 24, see the attached link, from 9th of December.
ギャラリー小柳「Michaël Borremans | Mark Manders」は会期が延長され、１月24日までとなっています。
非常に魅力的な展覧会：ミヒャエル・ボレマンスとマーク・マンダース @ ギャラリー小柳
Captivating Exhibition at Gallery Koyanagi: Michaël Borremans and Mark Manders
“The running, fascinating show at Gallery Koyanagi embraces the grandeur of metaphorical, intimate landscape: Michaël Borremans (Belgium) and Mark Manders (The Netherlands).
By juxtaposing the fragmented human form, both artists’s enigmatic narratives let the viewer explore the architecture of story telling, focusing on structure, rather than on specific contents.
Gallery Koyanagi’s splendid curatorial practice prompts us visitors to contemplate and marvel at figurative mysticism, fragile objects, – a notion of self-searching à la Dante’s Divine Comedy, metaphorically speaking. Highly atmospheric, conceptual embodiment, amalgamation through morbid coloring, makes this exhibition a welcome escape from the buzz down the street in the heart of Tokyo.
I would like to take this opportunity to show you more fascinating works by these two sensitive artists, which are beautifully executed, mysteriously intimate and cleverly avoiding the personal. Let’s contemplate.
Tokyo, 2nd of January 2019
Mario A 亜 真里男
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