ART SHINSAIBASHI Event to Display Over 300 Pieces of Contemporary Art

08.January.2022 | FASHION

ART SHINSAIBASHI, previously held twice in 2021, will return for its biggest showing ever from January 15 until January 22, 2022. 300 unique works of contemporary art will be on display, with some created by up-and-coming creators and others from seasoned masters of their craft. Three locations will house the art, with Space 14 at Shinsaibashi PARCO will serve as the main venue. Some of the most notable artists include Banksy, KAWS, and Jean-Michael Basquiat. Featured domestic artists include Hiroko Koshino and Youhei Sugita, the latter holding a live painting stream on January 15 and 16.

 

Main Venue (PARCO 14F  Space 14)

‘Contemporary Art Collection’

Running: January 15 – January 22, 2022
Admission: Free
Hours: 10:00-20:00 (Admission until 30 minutes prior to closing / Closing at 16:00 on January 22)

 

Youhei Sugita Live Painting Stream / January 15, 16 from 14:00-15:00   

Selected Works on Display

URGE1 – KAWS

Flying Copper – Banksy

WORK#1790 – Koshino Hiroko

pith series yellow – Youhei Sugita

 

 

Anime Cel Art Collection

Pokemon

Kiki’s Delivery Service

 

 

Second Venue: Daimaru Shinsaibashi Main Building 8F Artglorieux

 

Nick Walker Contemporary Art Collection
Running: January 12 – January 18, 2022 / 10:00-20:00 (Closing at 16:00 on January 18)

VANDAL vs LOUVRE

 

Yukyo Yamamoto Solo Exhibition
Running: January 19 – January 25, 2022 / 10:00-20:00 (Closing at 16:00 on January 18)


Bit Coins on the Dollars

 

第三会場 大丸心斎橋店本館1F 御堂筋側イベントスペース Third Venue: Daimaru Shinsaibashi Main Building 1F Event Space

 

Contemporary Art Pop-Up Store
Running: January 14 – January 25, 2022

 

How Fun! – Takashi Murakami

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