An opening not to be missed!
Talented Japanese contemporary artist Tomoko Sugimoto will host her first solo exhibition in Manhattan, Turn Around And Around, Then Around, tomorrow Wednesday, November 6th at 373 Broadway, Suite 204 in Tribeca from 7-10pm. Curated by Osiel Rojas of No Romance Galleries, which previously participated in Art Basel Miami and is known for its work within the emerging art community, this will be Sugimoto’s second solo New York show. Already widely recognized for her unique artistic style, Sugimoto’s upcoming Manhattan installation further solidifies her presence as an independent artist.
A Tokyo native, Tomoko Sugimoto graduated from Musashino Art University in Japan. Upon receiving her degree she relocated to New York City to attend the School of Visual Arts where she earned her Bachelors of Fine Arts in Illustration. For over ten years Sugimoto has worked as the Painting Director of Takashi Murakami’s studio, traveling around the world to produce his shows and retrospectives. Sugimoto’s personal work has been exhibited in group shows in New York City, Miami and Tokyo. Her first solo show, Whirl and Swallow, took place in March 2011 at graphite in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Her most recent installation, Through the Looking-Glass and What I Found There, was held in December 2012 at The Shop at The Standard, High Line.
When: Nov. 6th 2013 / 7-10pm
Where: 373 Broadway, Suite 204 (Tribeca)
After Party: See below