Tomio Koyama Gallery at Art Basel Hong Kong 2017

Tomio Koyama Gallery is pleased to announce our participation in Tomio Koyama Gallery at Art Basel Hong Kong 2017.

Venue: Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre
1 Harbour Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, China
Dates: March 23 – 25, 2017
Hours: Thursday, March 23, 2017, 1- 8pm
    Friday, March 24, 2017, 1 – 9pm
    Saturday, March 25, 2017, 11am – 6pm
Booth: 1C29
Presenting works by:
Kishio Suga, Mika Ninagawa, Satoshi Ohno, Makiko Kudo, Yoshino Masui, Adam Silverman

Tomio Koyama Gallery on Artsy

*Supported by the Agency for Cultural Affairs Government of Japan in the fiscal 2016

菅木志雄  Kishio Suga
連界ーM Continuous Existence-M
1977/ 2015
wood, rope, stone
dimension variable
© Kishio Suga
蜷川実花 Mika Ninagawa
Light of
C-print mounted on plexiglas, frame
68.6 x 103.0 cm
ed. 2/6
©Mika Ninagawa
大野智史 Satoshi Ohno
樹海でデート Dating in Ocean of Trees.
oil and acrylic on canvas mounted on panel
122.0 x 171.0 cm
©Satoshi Ohno
工藤麻紀子 Makiko Kudo
彼女は川の底で魚にあこがれている She longs for fish at the bottom of the river
oil on canvas
h. 194.0 x w. 259.0 cm
©Makiko Kudo
増井淑乃 Yoshino Masui
猫だけの場所 Place only for a cat
watercolor on paper mounted on panel
50.0 x 61.0 cm
©Yoshino Masui

アダム・シルヴァーマ ン Adam Silverman
clay and glaze
h.24.0 x φ24.0 cm
©Adam Silverman

Artist Profile

Adam Silverman

Adam Silverman was born in 1963 in New York. After studying architecture and art, he moved to California. He is also known as a founding member of the fashion brand “X-LARGE”. He established his professional practice as a ceramic artist in 2002. After working as a studio director at Heath Ceramics, he now works in his own studio in California. His many exhibitions to date include “BOOLEAN VALLEY” (in collaboration with Nader Tehrani, MOCA Pacific Design Center, 2009), “Reverse Archaeology” (The Kimbell Art Museum, Texas, 2012) and “Clay and Space” (Laguna Art Museum, California, 2013). His work has been collected by public institutions including the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the Nasher Sculpture Center (Dallas, Texas), and the Israel Museum.

1963 Born in New York
1987 B.F.A., Rhode Island School of Design, USA
1988 B.Arch., Rhode Island School of Design, USA
Lives and works in Los Angeles

Yoshino Masui

1976 Born in Shizuoka, Japan
1999 B.F.A., Tama Art University, Tokyo
2004 Scouted by Tomio Koyama at GEISAI #6