I will hold a solo exhibition at Frederick Harris Gallery in Tokyo American Club.
I will be exhibiting a total of 20 old and new works, ranging from large to small.
Date & Time
Tuesday, July 26, 2022 6pm
Monday, August 29, 2022 until 2pm
Scheduled to be present at the gallery on
July 27, 28, 30,31
(Non-club members are requested to apply in advance.)
(Non-club members may visit the gallery only on the dates and times for which they apply in advance. Please contact me for more details.)
Frederick Harris Gallery (B1)
Tokyo American Club
1-2, Azabudai 2-chome, Minato-ku, Tokyo 106-8649, Japan
Please visit our website for more information about the exhibition.
Ayaka Tadano was a teenager full of ambition and dreams when a massive earthquake and tsunami waves brought destruction to her home prefecture of Miyagi on March 11, 2011.
That dark day lives on in so many memories—and in the artwork of Tadano.
“Even though the world around me had been cleared by the earthquake, there were moments of beauty in the scenery,” explains the 29-year-old, who earned a master’s degree in art and education from Tokyo University of the Arts.
Using mineral pigments and silver leaf on Japanese washi paper, the Iwanuma-based artist says she paints landscapes that convey hope amid change and loss.
Tadano’s exhibition, which runs through August 29, is part of the Frederick Harris Gallery’s second summer of shows by emerging artists.
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