Introducing “ Connect With Green ” artist Masataka Kogo
Born in Funabashi City, Chiba Prefecture in 1992.
Became independent as a photographer in 2019.
He focuses on the fact that the feelings we experience in everyday life are closely related to the origin of life and the process of evolution, and uses this as the driving force behind his creations. His works include ``Moon Grass,'' ``Gakikaku,'' and ``Mountains and Humans.''
▽Masataka Kogo Instagram
[Works] *Some works are listed.
H 297 × W420 × D23 (mm)
Moon grass #06
Moon grass #07
Moon grass #14
Moon grass #15
This work makes you feel the fragility and preciousness of life, and I feel like it conveys an important message that we don't notice in everyday life!
Your eyes will be captivated by the delicate portraits that create a space where time seems to have stopped.
You will feel a gentle feeling that makes you want to be grateful to nature for giving you peace of mind!
Please come and visit the venue!
This exhibition is an exhibition that gives you a sense of what a ``comfortable space'' that coexists with nature is now, as the concept of homes and offices has changed during the several years of the coronavirus pandemic.
As people are restricted from going out, I think an increasing number of people want to place something in the place where they and their loved ones live that will give them the ``awareness'' to love things for a long time and spend time self-reflecting. . Among them, art with nature motifs, such as terrariums and bonsai, has become popular during the coronavirus pandemic, and many people are probably picking it up.
In this exhibition, we will once again focus on art that allows us to feel the touch of nature and think about the earth's timeline, and will display works that change the density of our daily lives.
The key to enjoying this exhibition is the works that express the dynamics and delicacy of the natural world, including nature and creatures that can only be seen here. I consistently express the beauty of nature by using the components of the natural world such as moss, wood, soil, and water. In addition, you can enjoy works and expressions of various scales in one space, such as terrariums, bonsai, pottery, and photographs, including works that sublimate cell-scale concepts into works.
Exhibiting artists and exhibition overview]
Asu | Shun Sato | Yasutaka Imanishi | Masataka Kogo
*Please refer to each artist's SNS for dates when they will be in the gallery.
Business hours: November 28, 2022 (Monday) - December 11, 2022 (Sunday) 10:00 - 21:00
*Business hours may change due to the influence of the new coronavirus. Please check the official website from time to time.
Address: Shibuya Scramble Square Shop & Restaurant 14F
(2-24-12 Shibuya, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-0002)
Access: 30 seconds to 1 minute each from JR Shibuya Station (Yamanote Line, Shonan-Shinjuku Line), Tokyo Metro Shibuya Station (Fukutoshin Line, Hanzomon Line, Ginza Line), Tokyu Line Shibuya Station (Toyoko Line, Denentoshi Line)
Works can be exhibited and sold. It will also be sold online during this period.