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2021年4月20日 Office Relocation

N & A inc. is pleased to inform you that our office will relocate to the following address as of 20 April, 2021. Please kindly note that our address and phone / fax number will be changed. We are grateful for your constant support and we are committed to elevating our services continuously to meet your expectations. Sincerely, All the staff at N and A Inc.

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2021年4月20日

Office Relocation

N & A inc. is pleased to inform you that our office will relocate to the following address as of 20 April, 2021. Please kindly note that our address and phone / fax number will be changed. We are grateful for your constant support and we are committed to elevating our services continuously to meet your expectations. Sincerely, All the staff at N and A Inc.

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2016年10月08日 On the Beach—Jurgen Lehl’s Messages from the Sea

On the Beach—Jurgen Lehl’s Messages from the Sea Towada Art Center Towada Art Center is pleased to present On the Beach—Jurgen Lehl’s Messages from the Sea, on view Saturday, October 8, 2016 through Sunday, February 5, 2017. Jurgen Lehl (1944­—2014) was celebrated for his line of products, which made the most of natural materials in his original clothing, textile, and jewelry designs. After first visiting in 1966, Lehl made Japan his home in the early 1970s, creating products with natural materials and craftsmanship of Japan and other parts of Asia. He lamented the destruction of the natural environment and how it seemed to parallel the progressive loss of traditional techniques and their artisans. Grieved and appalled by the endless amount of trash that washed onto the beaches of his home and farm on Ishigaki Island in Okinawa, Lehl channeled his energy into repurposing the trash he collected into things of beauty and utility. The highlights of this exhibition are Lehl’s lamps, made from bits of plastic collected on shores near his home. Also on display are his photographs, which contrast the beauty of the sea with its current polluted state. Other works by artist Chris Jordan will also make a special appearance. Jordan’s photos and videos capture seabird carcasses filled with plastic waste mistakenly fed to them by their parents. Lehl’s beautiful, utilitarian lighting fixtures raise concern for nature, the source of all human life. Together with the works of his respected friend Chris Jordan, Lehl’s messages from the sea ring loud and clear. These artworks were well received at both the Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo and KYOTOGRAPHIE International Photography Festival. We are excited to present this exhibition in a completely new spatial configuration that is unique to the Towada Art Center.   http://towadaartcenter.com/en/exhibitions/on-the-beach-jurgen-lehls-messages-from-the-sea/

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2016年10月08日

On the Beach—Jurgen Lehl’s Messages from the Sea

On the Beach—Jurgen Lehl’s Messages from the Sea Towada Art Center Towada Art Center is pleased to present On the Beach—Jurgen Lehl’s Messages from the Sea, on view Saturday, October 8, 2016 through Sunday, February 5, 2017. Jurgen Lehl (1944­—2014) was celebrated for his line of products, which made the most of natural materials in his original clothing, textile, and jewelry designs. After first visiting in 1966, Lehl made Japan his home in the early 1970s, creating products with natural materials and craftsmanship of Japan and other parts of Asia. He lamented the destruction of the natural environment and how it seemed to parallel the progressive loss of traditional techniques and their artisans. Grieved and appalled by the endless amount of trash that washed onto the beaches of his home and farm on Ishigaki Island in Okinawa, Lehl channeled his energy into repurposing the trash he collected into things of beauty and utility. The highlights of this exhibition are Lehl’s lamps, made from bits of plastic collected on shores near his home. Also on display are his photographs, which contrast the beauty of the sea with its current polluted state. Other works by artist Chris Jordan will also make a special appearance. Jordan’s photos and videos capture seabird carcasses filled with plastic waste mistakenly fed to them by their parents. Lehl’s beautiful, utilitarian lighting fixtures raise concern for nature, the source of all human life. Together with the works of his respected friend Chris Jordan, Lehl’s messages from the sea ring loud and clear. These artworks were well received at both the Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo and KYOTOGRAPHIE International Photography Festival. We are excited to present this exhibition in a completely new spatial configuration that is unique to the Towada Art Center.   http://towadaartcenter.com/en/exhibitions/on-the-beach-jurgen-lehls-messages-from-the-sea/

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2016年5月28日 Sincerely Yours, Ellie Omiya

Sincerely Yours, Ellie Omiya Towada Art Center The Towada Art Center presents Sincerely Yours, Ellie Omiya, artist Ellie Omiya’s first-ever solo museum exhibition. Since 2012, the multi-talented Ellie Omiya has presented a string of word-based installations and interactive exhibitions including Conveying Thoughts, Living, and Messages from the Starry Sky. Omiya has become a prolific painter since her debut live painting event Celebration Melody: Naoshimain 2012. In 2015, she held the exhibition emotional journey and published her first book of paintings. Sincerely Yours, Ellie Omiya features new pieces as well as stand-out pieces from past exhibitions. Full of inherent and unbridled expression, Omiya’s paintings illustrate motifs, both familiar and naturally magnificent, that appeal to our emotions through their storytelling. Live painting events accompanied by live music will also take place during the exhibition. This is a rare opportunity to see Omiya create in a beautiful space surrounded by beautiful sounds. A second exhibition, Shopping Street Museum by Ellie Omiya, will be held concurrently in a unique exercise to tie the center and the community together. We hope you’ll join us. http://towadaartcenter.com/en/exhibitions/sincerely-yours/

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2016年5月28日

Sincerely Yours, Ellie Omiya

Sincerely Yours, Ellie Omiya Towada Art Center The Towada Art Center presents Sincerely Yours, Ellie Omiya, artist Ellie Omiya’s first-ever solo museum exhibition. Since 2012, the multi-talented Ellie Omiya has presented a string of word-based installations and interactive exhibitions including Conveying Thoughts, Living, and Messages from the Starry Sky. Omiya has become a prolific painter since her debut live painting event Celebration Melody: Naoshimain 2012. In 2015, she held the exhibition emotional journey and published her first book of paintings. Sincerely Yours, Ellie Omiya features new pieces as well as stand-out pieces from past exhibitions. Full of inherent and unbridled expression, Omiya’s paintings illustrate motifs, both familiar and naturally magnificent, that appeal to our emotions through their storytelling. Live painting events accompanied by live music will also take place during the exhibition. This is a rare opportunity to see Omiya create in a beautiful space surrounded by beautiful sounds. A second exhibition, Shopping Street Museum by Ellie Omiya, will be held concurrently in a unique exercise to tie the center and the community together. We hope you’ll join us. http://towadaartcenter.com/en/exhibitions/sincerely-yours/

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2015年2月25日 Waiting For Spring

Waiting For Spring Towada Art Center Group exhibition Waiting For Spring is three contemporary artist units’ attempt to create never-before-seen landscapes and objects through simple, repeated acts. Cold, dark, and unrelenting, northern winters blanket the land in snow, appearing to freeze everything in sight. But the earth has not stopped turning. Just as surely as sunlight grows a little each day, people bide their time yearning to return outdoors. Spring is a time of change. Green emerges, birds chirp in the trees, and color once again fills the world. Things once frozen begin gentle movements, eventually coming together in a raw rush of life. The diligent repetitions of winter have kept human hands both busy and warm. Now a new world begins to show. Their pulsations, hidden beneath winter snows, emerge to change the world. In this exhibition, we marry the spring season with the elements of change that it brings. We invite you to come see the modes of expression that have emerged from quiet winter works in snowy Tohoku. http://towadaartcenter.com/en/exhibitions/waiting-for-spring/

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2015年2月25日

Waiting For Spring

Waiting For Spring Towada Art Center Group exhibition Waiting For Spring is three contemporary artist units’ attempt to create never-before-seen landscapes and objects through simple, repeated acts. Cold, dark, and unrelenting, northern winters blanket the land in snow, appearing to freeze everything in sight. But the earth has not stopped turning. Just as surely as sunlight grows a little each day, people bide their time yearning to return outdoors. Spring is a time of change. Green emerges, birds chirp in the trees, and color once again fills the world. Things once frozen begin gentle movements, eventually coming together in a raw rush of life. The diligent repetitions of winter have kept human hands both busy and warm. Now a new world begins to show. Their pulsations, hidden beneath winter snows, emerge to change the world. In this exhibition, we marry the spring season with the elements of change that it brings. We invite you to come see the modes of expression that have emerged from quiet winter works in snowy Tohoku. http://towadaartcenter.com/en/exhibitions/waiting-for-spring/

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