rin art association


  • 2024.07.11

    “Izumo Myth becomes Art”

    Masao Shirakawa’s exhibition “Izumo Myth becomes Art” will be held at Yonago City Museum of Art from August 9 (Fri) to August 25 (Sun), 2024.

    Venue: Yonago City Museum of Art, Exhibition Room 3

    12 Naka-machi, Yonago City, Tottori Prefecture

    Dates: Friday, August 9, 2024 – Sunday, August 25, 2024

    *Closed: Wednesdays

    *Closed from August 5 (Mon.) to August 8 (Thu.) for exhibition changes.

    Hours: 10:00-18:00



  • 2024.07.04

    art fair

    rin art association is delighted to announce its  participation in Tokyo Gendai 2024.

    In addition, Kengo Kito will exhibit “Lines,” an installation work that he has been developing continuously in recent years, in the installation section Sato ‘Meadow’ at the same venue.

    We are sincerely looking forward to seeing you at the exhibition.

    rin art association  Booth : H14

    Vernissage : 4. Juli. 2024    17:00-20:00

    Public Days : 5-6 Jul. 2024     11:00-18:00   /   7 Jul. 2024 11:00-17:00

    Venue : Pacifico Yokohama

    Tokyo Gendai 2024 Official website:https://tokyogendai.com

    Presenting works by : Hiraku Suzuki

  • 2024.06.05


    From Tuesday 18 June to Sunday 25 August 2024, the exhibition 沐手爾 Touching:Material-Makers and Their Worlds will be held at the Hsinchu Art Museum with the participation of Mineki Murata.


    Venue: Hsinchu City Museum

    No. 116, Central Road, Hsinchu City

    Period: Closed on Sunday, 18 June – Sunday, 25 August 2024

    Hours: 9:00 – 17:00

    Special Site

  • 2024.06.02


    From 8 June (Sat) to 1 December (Sun) 2024, the exhibition HIRAKU Project Vol. 16: Nozomi Suzuki ‘The Mirror, the Window, and the Telescope’ will be held at the Pola Museum of Art.


    Venue: Pola Museum of Art 1F Atrium Gallery

    1285 Kozukayama, Sengokuhara, Hakone, Ashigarashita-gun, Kanagawa, Japan

    Dates: 8 Jun (Sat) – 1 Dec (Sun), 2024.

    Opening hours: 9:00 – 17:00 (admission by 16:30)

  • 2024.06.02


    From 7 (Fri) to 23 (Sun) June 2024, Kengo Kito’s installation ‘LINES’ will be exhibited at the Namba Carnival Mall.


    Venue: Namba Carnival Mall (between Namba Parks and Namba CITY South Building)

    Namba Carnival Mall, Namba Parks 1F, 2-10-70 Nambanaka, Naniwa-ku, Osaka 556-0011, Japan

    Dates: 7 (Fri) – 23 (Sun) June 2024

    Opening hours: 11:00 – 21:00

    Press Release

  • 2024.05.15


    From Saturday 18 May to Sunday 16 June, Agnès B. Gallery Boutique presents Unknown Technics, a solo exhibition by artist yang02.


    yang02’s work has focused on (post)capitalism, energy issues, degrowth and the political and social impact of advanced technologies. His work has presented a new approach to the future, which is often thought of from a progressivist perspective, but which considers the future from a broader and more diverse perspective.


    This exhibition, his last in Japan before moving to the US, updates the body of work presented since the Corona Disaster and consolidates it into a single theme: the self-propelled Segway that acted like a viewer in his 2018 work, Contemporary Viewer, is now replaced by an electric wheelchair, tour guide in a non-barrier-free space. The work Device for Graffiti, which strongly reflects yang02’s background in graffiti, uses the words “I HATE FAST FASHION” from Agnès Böhne as its title and is drawn using discarded clothing as a support. The venue will be composed of six groups of works. In this exhibition, yang02 explores a new understanding of technology, and with humour sheds light on alternative values and possibilities that are often overlooked in everyday life.


    Venue: Agnès B. Gallery Boutique
    La Fleur Minami Aoyama 2F, 5-7-25 Minami Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo

    Dates: 18 May (Sat) – 16 June (Sun), 2024 (closed on Mondays)
    Opening hours: 12:00 – 19:00


    yang02 “Unknown Technics” Exibition