Introducing “SYNESTHESIA” artist Jun Suzuki .
In 2020, he began painting with acrylic, expressing life and death, love, positive messages, etc., and honestly hopes to create emotional connections with viewers and the people who will live in the future.
2021 “Jun Suzuki Solo Exhibition” (gallery TOWED, Tokyo)
“between the arts × New Urban Life Research Institute”
(Park City Musashikosugi Mid Sky Tower)
2022 “INSIDE” Jun Suzuki Solo Exhibition
(MEDEL GALLEY SHU, Tokyo)
2019 “Miniature Painting Exhibition” (clouds_art_coffee, Tokyo)
2020 “How Low?” Exhibition (THE blank GALLERY, Tokyo)
“100 People 10” (Bakurocho Logs Building, Tokyo)
2021 "independenttokyo2021" (Tokyo Port City Takeshiba, Tokyo)
“Tuning” exhibition (between the arts gallery, Tokyo)
“ART&ART” (Ishikawa Gallery, Tokyo)
"artworks NAGOYA" (International Design Center Design Gallery, Nagoya)
2022 “EMOTION” (Ishikawa Gallery, Tokyo)
2014 PONTOON “Illustration” Competition vol.13 runner-up
2020 100 people 10 selected
Acrylic on Canvas
In the background of the word LOVE, creatures with various emotions are depicted loving each other and innocently.
It is very important to feel that drawing is fun, and I have a simple feeling that is filled with love for the work I create.
It expresses the importance of loving someone and loving something in life.
Through my works, I want to send a positive message that love exists, and send my thoughts to people living now and in the future.
Acrylic on Canvas
By listening to many voices, you may be saved, or you may hear things that are just hurting others.
From the background of the word "VOICE" are many voices emitted by living things with various emotions.
Through my work, I express the many voices that are being voiced in chaotic times, and I hope that the world will be filled with positive voices.
Acrylic on Canvas
This work uses the technique of appropriation to express familiar characters through a unique filter, with the theme of "freedom."
Small creatures become cells one by one and fill the main motif.
The main motif and the creatures emitted from the brain are intentionally not linked, creating a free world that does not limit the meaning of the work to one.
I believe that by creating an expression that includes many elements, a chemical reaction will occur, expanding consideration, and creating a free story unique to the viewer.
List of Jun Suzuki's works▽
If you look closely, you can see very detailed motifs lined up closely!
Please take a close look at the venue.
At first glance, the background looks like a pattern, but if you look closely, you'll see that unique and cute creatures are evenly drawn.✨The facial expressions and movements of the creatures are each different, and as you look at them, you can see that they are incorporated into the work. It's a fun work to think about the message! All of the works have an exquisite balance between text, illustrations, and creatures, making them very easy to read and cohesive! Please come and observe the creatures at the venue!
This exhibition brings together 10 diverse and up-and-coming artists with the aim of allowing viewers to update their sensibilities and foster new values through art. "SYNESTHESIA" in the exhibition title refers to the sense of sensing colors in letters and sounds, and sensing shapes in tastes and smells. We hope that the diverse expressions woven by these 10 artists will give you an opportunity to discover something within you.
neuronoa | buggy | Kenichi Sugimoto | Tomohiro Shimizu | IKU→
Otakiyo | Maki Adachi | Nakamura Woru | Moko Sawada | Jun Suzuki
*Please refer to each artist's SNS for dates when they will be in the gallery.
Business hours: October 31, 2022 (Monday) to November 13, 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.
Venue: +ART GALLERY
Event overview: https://neuronoa.com/exhibition/synesthesia4/
Address: Shibuya Scramble Square Shop & Restaurant 14F
(150-0002 2-24-12 Shibuya, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo)
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 purchased and will also be sold online during the period!
+ART Online Store: https://pls-art-shop.com/