2017/12/1 FRI. – 2018/1/26 FRI.
MON. ‐ FRI. 12:00 – 18:00
Close on SAT. SUN. and national holidays
Opening Reception : 2017/12/1 FRI. 17:00 – 19:00
Sansiao Gallery is pleased to present “A.R.Penck”, a joint exhibition between recognised Neue Wilde artists A.R.Penck and Jorg Immendor. whose works personified Germany`s division during the Cold War.
A.R.Penck was born in Dresden in the German Democratic Republic in 1939 and died on 2 May this year in Zürich at the age of 77. Penck explored how signs, numbers, and symbols could become abstraction. His style stood out for its simplicity, as well as for its confrontational and often ironic imagery. His colourful images depicting primitive stick figures were as much a sign of protest as they were sheer provocation.
Jorg Immendorff was born in Bleckede in the Federal Republic of Germany in 1945 and died in Düsseldorf on May 27, 2007. Immendorff’s paintings often used irony and heavy symbolism to convey political ideas. Best known is his “Cafe Deutschland” series of paintings, in which the opposing ideologies of East and West Germany are represented in crowded and colourful pictures.
He was a professor at Dusseldorf Beaux-Arts. and received the merit medal of the Federal Republic of Germany in 1998,.
「pop… in art」at Sansiao Gallery Hong Kong
「pop… in art」
SEPTEMBER 28 – DECEMBER 15, 2017
Opening cocktail reception: SEPTEMBER 28th, 6 ‒ 9pm
■Sansiao Gallery Hong Kong
Room 104-5 Wilson House, 19-27 Wyndham Street, Central | Tel: 852-2586-1018
Hours: Mon. to Fri. 11am ‒ 7pm / Sat. By appointment only | Contact: Holly Wong (Manager)firstname.lastname@example.org
Sansiao Gallery is delighted to present Pop…in art, an exhibition of prints by a variety of artists who were at
one point or another associated with the 20th century pop art movement, including works by the movementʼs pioneer ‒ Andy Warhol (1928-1987). This exhibition is themed around Warhol and his pop conceptualism.
The debut exhibition of Sansiao Gallery Hong Kong “MEMENTO” from 30th, June
Sansiao Gallery is pleased to announce opening of a new gallery in Hong Kong, and the debut exhibition “MEMENTO” is holding from JUNE 30.
Friday, JUNE 30 – Thursday, AUGUST 31, 2017
Saturday: By appointment only / Close on Sunday
Opening Reception: Friday, JUNE 30 6pm – 9pm
ART OSAKA 2017
7th（Fri.）– 9th（Sun.）July, 2017
7th（Fri.）July 2:00pm – 8:00pm
* Invitee and Press only
Open to the Public
8th（Sat.）July 11:00am – 8:00pm
9th（Sun.）July 11:00am – 7:00pm
* Admission closes 1hour prior to the fair closing.
Hotel Granvia Osaka 26th Floor
3-1-1 Umeda Kita-ku Osaka 5300001 JAPANAccess
RUPERT J. SMITH / JONATHAN SELIGER / ELLEN FRANCES TUCHMAN / JAMES RIZZI / MAYA MAXX / OSAMU WATANABE and others
Thank you for your patronage.
We will take a short leave because of increase in workload (preparing an oversea base).
We are sorry for any inconvenience at may cause.
After a new exhibition has been decided, we will inform you on our website.
Sorry, this entry is only available in 日本語.
Saturday, August 13 – Saturday, September 17 2016
Opening Reception : 8 / 13（Sat.）17:00 ‒ 19:00
Sansiao Gallery is proud to announce a solo exhibition from Brooklyn born pop artist James Rizzi “Rizzi Stardust” . Starting during university Rizzi became known for his 3D silk screens, submitted to teachers as makeshift alternatives for paintings,prints and sculptures. Major works have included the covers for the first and second Tom Tom Club albums and being the first ever living artist to be commissioned by the German government to design postage stamps. Having also designed numerous advertisements for Japanese companies, Rizzi is probably best known for being the official artist for both the 1996 Atlanta Olympics and 1998 Nagano Olympics.
October 5, 1950 – December 26, 2011.
Born and raised in Brooklyn, NY.
Saturday, June 11 ‒ Saturday, July 23 2016
MIKE BIDLO ／ SARAH CHARLESWORTH ／ WILLIAM EGGLESTON ／ RODNEY ALAN GREENBLAT ／ RICHARD PETTIBONE ／ JACKSON POLLOCK ／ BERNHARD QUADE ／ NIKI DE SAINT PHALLE ／WALASSE TING ／ FRED TOMASELLI ／ PAUL WONNER ／KATSUSHIKA HOKUSAI／YOSHIHIKO UEDA／ASUKA ITO