KH GALLERY

2021.06.14

KHギャラリー芦屋 予約受付終了と休館のお知らせ

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2021.05.10

KHギャラリー芦屋 公開再開のお知らせ

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2021.04.24

KHギャラリー 臨時休館のお知らせ

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2021.03.29

【KH Gallery】 Hiroko Koshino – The Origin

Thursday, April 8 – Sunday, June 20
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.
*Reservation starts on Monday, April 5.

At “HIROKO KOSHINO EX・VISION TO THE FUTURE” held at the Hyogo Prefectural Museum of Art from April 8th to June 20th is a selection of creations in more than 60 years of activities- be amazed by the fashion and art on an overwhelming scale.

At the same time, KH Gallery Ashiya is presenting various creations going beyond the norm, including the newest work entitled ” Hiroko Koshino – The Origin”. The hardship at atelier in Ashiya is, in fact, the source of creation for Koshino. The space designed by Tadao Ando is also the platform where the challenge began, which Koshino established 40 years ago for self-inspiration and flying up high to the world. Immerse in the life of Hiroko Koshino and the moment when creation is born.

2021.03.14

兵庫県立美術館 コシノヒロコ展のお知らせ

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2021.02.01

[Temporary closure of KH gallery Ashiya]

KH gallery Ashiya is temporarily closed on for the prevention coronavirus (COVID-19).
Regarding the reopening, we will keep you updated on our website and official SNS.
We apologize for any inconvenience caused.

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2021.01.12

【Notice of temporary closure of KH gallery Ashiya】

KH gallery Ashiya is temporarily closed on 7th February (Sunday) for the prevention coronavirus.

Please understand that we may need to turn down new reservations after 8th February as an infection prevention strategy.

We apologize for any inconvenience caused.

2021.01.08

【KH GALLERY ASHIYA】Hiroko Koshino SQUARES
Exhibition period extension

Saturday, January 23 – Sunday, February 14

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.

2020.12.20

【Notice of gallery closure】

KH Gallery Ashiya will be closed the following schedule.

From 26rd December until January 22th, 2021

The opening of the New Year starts on January 23th.

Next Reservation starts on Friday, January 8. 2021

2020.10.09



【 KH Gallery Ashiya 】
Hiroko Koshino −SQUARES−

Monday, October 12 –Friday, December 25
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.

The square framework is getting popular in recent years because of Instagram. Yet, Koshinohas been using a square canvas for over 10 years since she officially started painting. And, a highlight of this exhibition is her square paintings.The series of 120cm square paintings are simply Koshino’s representative expressions of her abstract concepts. She goes with the flow of her tools and create from coincidences, sometimes you may discover reversed frameworks-the magnificent scale that breakthrough the limitations of the sky and the earth is the most discernible feature indeed.Expanding in the70cm square-shaped abstract paintings is the peaceful world of collage and detailed drawings.The interpretation of this series changes drastically depending on the pattern-grid, side by side, and randomized arrangements.As in the concrete paintings, some hilarious figures are moving around are they are placed inside some square screens with various backgrounds, and the dynamic is unprecedented and impressive.The square paintings are boundaryless-the four sides just create possibilities in interpretations, and it’s amazing to look into them careful and define which is up and which is down. The flexibility to alter the exhibition layout is fascinating. It would be great if you could enjoy Koshino’s discernible aesthetic sense and explore her painting world.

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