The B-Galley is next building to the famous Jiyu Gakuen Girls' School Myonichikan, the original building complex of designed by renowned American architect Frank Lloyd Wright. Lica Cecato gives an international artistic lecture on Japanese traditional materials, from Sumi to Gansai and Katagami.
Time & Location
2019年10月01日 18:00 – 2019年10月10日 18:00
B-Gallery Tokyo, 2 Chome-31-6 Nishiikebukuro, Toshima-ku, Tōkyō-to 171-0021, Japan
About the Event
Lica Cecato is a multimedia artist who travels with equal ease in the areas of visual arts, music, poetry and body movement. Possessing a peculiar trait, Lica attributes to her drawing the same ephemeral character of music which, in her words, "... exists only at that moment, directed to that public. One and the same, a link between energy and what is born on paper". A visual diary interpreted in the light of the most evident stimuli of everyday life, so is its music, so too is the work the artist who, therefore, leaves to the other the reading of what is veiled.
Martha Pagy, gallerist and curator
Lica Cecato uses and interprets the traditional Japanese materials and transforms in a language of her own. Haruko Cho is the curator and the co-producer is Kepel Kimura, together with Yoshiko Okiyoshi. All works will be presented on Japanese material, from hand-made paper to natural pigments and Sumi, made specially for the occasion. First time in a Tokyo Gallery, the Solo Exhibition will be opened with a pocket show of Brazilian music.