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Notice of gallery closure

KH Gallery Ashiya will be closed the following schedule.
From July 1 for the time being
Regarding the reopening, we will keep you updated on our website and official SNS.
We apologize for any inconvenience caused.

Exhibition information

Permanent Exhibition

Monday, May 23 – Thursday, June 30
Closed: Wednesdays
Open upon reservation: Please fill the “Admission Reservation Form” on the website’s ASHIYA GALLERY page.
*Reservation starts on Tuesday, May 17.
Sunday admission is also by reservation only at the moment.

お知らせ

Notice of gallery closure

KH Gallery Ashiya will be closed the following schedule.
From April 25 for the time being
Regarding the reopening, we will keep you updated on our website and official SNS.
We apologize for any inconvenience caused.

Exhibition Archive

Katsue Inoue × Hiroko Koshino: Flowers and Women

Monday, April 11 – Sunday, April 24
Closed: Wednesdays
Open upon reservation: Please fill the “Admission Reservation Form” on the website’s ASHIYA GALLERY page.
*Reservation starts on Friday, April 1.
Sunday admission is also by reservation only at the moment.

KH Gallery Ashiya is pleased to present the exhibition “Katsue Inoue x Hiroko Koshino: Flowers and Women”.
Inoue was given the words “Inoue be a flower, a flower is Inoue” by her teacher Shiko Munakata, and since then she has been consistently creating woodblock prints with flowers as her motif. His compositions of seasonal flowers evoke a supple vitality and the infinite expanse created by the repetition of form. To create deep blacks, Inoue uses “Dobu Sumi,” which is made by soaking crushed solid ink in water for three to four months, removing the glue, and then rubbing it with a mortar. His flower works, created over a long period of time and with a great deal of care, are a stark contrast of black and white with a sense of elegance and rich decorativeness that envelops the viewer’s heart.
Koshino, on the other hand, has been concentrating on portraits since last year. In the field of fashion, she has long painted sophisticated style pictures, but in her paintings, she depicts women posing with a variety of meaningful expressions. Koshino says that these figures may represent something deep within her. In this exhibition, Koshino will present a group of new works, mainly new paintings, in search of a new expression of the human figure.
Spring is the season when all life shines. We hope you will enjoy the dynamism of life depicted through the motifs of flowers and women, respectively.

Katsue Inoue, "Spring-breaking Flowers" (part), woodblock print

Hiroko Koshino, WORK #2320, acrylic on panel

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【Notice of gallery closure】

Regarding the reopening, we will keep you updated on our website and official SNS.
We apologize for any inconvenience caused.

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Hiroko Koshino – Waiting for Spring

Sunday, February 13 – Sunday, March 6
Closed: Wednesdays / Other event days / Closed when Hankyu Bus does not operate
Open upon reservation: Please fill the “Admission Reservation Form” on the website’s ASHIYA GALLERY page.
Sunday admission is also by reservation only at the moment.

KH Gallery Ashiya will hold an exhibition, “Hiroko Koshino – Waiting for Spring”.
This is the season when the snow melts and the trees and plants begin to bud after the severe cold weather. Through the creation and presentation of her own works, Koshino also hopes to overcome the current sense of stagnation and entrust hope for a new era.
In this exhibition, Koshino will focus on abstract paintings with delicate expressions. Koshino’s Hina dolls from the late Meiji era will also be on display. Please feel the presence of spring in the silence.

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【Notice of gallery closure】

KH Gallery Ashiya will be closed the following schedule.
From December 25 for the time being
Regarding the reopening, we will keep you updated on our website and official SNS.
We apologize for any inconvenience caused.

Exhibition Archive

Hiroko Koshino – New Colors! (Exhibition period extension)

Monday, November 1 – Friday, December 24
Closed: Wednesdays / Other event days Closed when Hankyu Bus does not operate

Open upon reservation: Please fill the “Admission Reservation Form” on the website’s ASHIYA GALLERY page.

Sunday admission is also by reservation only at the moment.

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