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LOOK AT EXHIBITION
January 31 – February 11, 2015 10am – 7:30pm

Things we take for granted might give different impressions when looked at from differnt
point of views. We are pleased to present this collection by three artist whose diverse
styles of art come together through theme of perspective.

Suuri Maruyama works with the idea of Internet and Modern Society using a combination
of digital and acrylic techniques. BlockingWood uses wood block print to filter and siplify
scenes of everyday life. Yu Sora recreates experiences and memories through still life
composition done by embroidery on linen canvas.

We hope that thourgh these artworks, the audience could experience a sense of diversity
in life in connection with our lives, leading to new discoveries and possibilities.

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Akinori Tanaka Solo Exhibition
December 17 – December 23, 2014 10:30am – 8:30pm (last day until 6pm)
Talk Show December 20, 2014 2pm – 2:30pm

Starting with Aoyama’s Les Cristallines in Tokyo, owner and chef Akinori Tanaka has opened restaurants
that specialize in French cuisine around Japan’s capital, including Shinjuku and Shibuya. Mr. Tanaka
began creating art with the aim of decorating his restaurants with his own paintings, which visualize
his knowledge and passion for cooking. This new exhibition incorporates new oil paintings, and also
features the series of popular wines, salads, main courses, and even desert. These 40 new lively paintings
display Tanaka’s characteristic use of vibrant colors, and we hope you enjoy them all. Come experience
Mr. Tanaka’s colorful cuisine as this vivid tale of food continues to grow.

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Giant Mango Selection@Wrong Gallery Taipei
December 6, 2014 Saturday – January 4, 2015 Sunday
Preview Opening December 6, 2014 Saturday 2:00pm
Tue – Fri: 2:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Sat: 1:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Sun: 1:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Giant Mango is pleased to announce “Giant Mango Selection″ to be held at Wrong Gallery Taipei.
We will be introducing eight Japanese Contemporary Artists whose work created in various media
will cover both flat and three-dimensional.
Private Opening will be held on December 6, 2014 Saturday 2:00pm.

Artists: Ai Morita (GURIPOPO) / Sugihara Yuri / Shigeru Eguchi /
Mayumi Tsuzuki / Suuri Maruyama / Naoshi / Cokets./ Sunguts /

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Art Salon Vol.3@JINEN GALLERY Pre-Opening
November 29 – December 7, 2014 12pm – 7pm (Last Day Close at 4pm)
Private Preview Opening November 29, 2014 5pm – 8pm
Friday & Saturday until 8pm, December 1, 2014 is closed

Giant Mango is pleased to announce “Art Salon Vol.3″ to be held at Jinen Gallery in Tokyo as Pre-Opening Exhibition.
Artworks by 8 Japanese Contemporary Artists will be exhibited.
Private Preview Opening will be held on Saturday, November 29, 2014 5pm – 8pm.

Artists: Miki Fuseya / Makoto Inoue / SHIMI / Akiko Noguchi
Tamaho Togasaki / Youichi Kayama / Chisato Yamada / YuYu

AAF Singapore 2014 Autumn

Giant Mango will be participating in Affordable Art Fair Singapore Autumn Edition 2014.
The fair will take place at F1 Pit Building welcoming art lovers, art connoisseurs, and
art novices alike to discover affordable art by thousands of artists under one roof.
Participating galleries come from all over world, bringing their choicest selections
to browse, buy, and enjoy.

We will be introducing five Japanese and one American contemporary artists whose work
created in various media will cover both flat and three-dimensional forms. We hope visitors will
enjoy the honed artwork depicted in unique colors, refined in its form and without superfluity.

The fair will be running from 20-23 November 2014 (Private Preview on 19 November).
http://affordableartfair.com/singapore
Giant Mango Stand# 2A-06.

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Tokyo Fantasy vol.2
October 8 – October 14, 2014 10:30am – 8pm (Last day until 5pm)
Gallery Talk Show October 11, 2014 2pm – 3pm

Music resounds through the night from speakers amidst countless glittering neon lights.
New buildings rise one after the other, and then demolished with the same speed. Light
and sound reflect loudly off bustling cars. This is a city where the old and new, and light
and shadow exist together, and appears disoriented with the accumulation of many artificial
things, yet has a sparkling, mysterious look to it. This place, Tokyo, is truly like a fantasy
world.

Today, people are linked to each other and the rest of the world through the Internet.
People commute in and out of cities, and go through many distractions in their daily lives.
Tokyo culture has become ubiquitous, and with the increase in complexity has brought about a
multitude of points of view, new ways of understanding.
Within this sparkling, shining city lies a perennial gray, a nebulous unease about the unforeseeable
future. Here lives a society that is so saturated with information from every direction that it is
hard to see what has meaning and value.

The energy that we find ourselves steeped in has created an awareness of fantasy within ourselves.
It evokes feelings of unfathomable beauty, distant memories, things non-human, expressing a more
exact shape of the inner world. We look for hope within this fantasy. Within the fantasy, we long
to search for truth. All of these things overflow into the outside world and blur the line between
fantasy and reality, creating the intangible harmony and staggering fantasy world that is Tokyo.

Artists: Shiro Utafusa / Mayumi Tsuzuki / Tamaho Togasaki / Camomile Hixon /
Yoko Torii / Chris Namaizawa / Sato Haguri / Ayaka Watahiki / BlockingWood /

Young Art Taipei 2014

Giant Mango will be participating in Young Art Taipei (YAT), a hotel art fair which will be held in the
Regent Taipei Hotel from 18th May to 20th May. YAT is the very first and the most distinctive
contemporary art fair in Asia that focuses on young artists under the age of 45. This year will be its
6th year and YAT aims to create a delicate and elegant contemporary art platform for galleries,
curators, artists, collectors and visitor.
http://www.youngarttaipei.com/

AAF Battersea 2014 Spring

Giant Mango will be participating in Affordable Art Fair Battersea 2014 Spring Collection.
The fair will take place at Battersea Evolution in Battersea Park welcoming art lovers,
art connoisseurs, and art novices alike to discover affordable art by thousands of artists
under one roof. 110 participating galleries come from all over the UK and abroad, bringing
their choicest selections to browse, buy, and enjoy.

We will be introducing six Japanese contemporary artists whose work created in various media
will cover both flat and three-dimensional forms. We hope visitors will enjoy the honed artwork
depicted in unique colors, refined in its form and without superfluity.

The fair will be running from 13-16 March 2014 (Charity Private Preview on 12 March).
http://affordableartfair.com/battersea/
Giant Mango Stand# D3.

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Akinori Tanaka Solo Exhibition
January 29 – February 4, 2014 10:30am – 8pm (last day until 4:30pm)
Talk Show February 1, 2014 2pm – 2:30pm

Starting with Aoyama’s Les Cristallines in Tokyo, owner and chef Akinori Tanaka has opened restaurants
that specialize in French cuisine around Japan’s capital, including Shinjuku and Shibuya. Mr. Tanaka
began creating art with the aim of decorating his restaurants with his own paintings, which visualize
his knowledge and passion for cooking. This new exhibition incorporates new oil paintings, and also
features the series of popular wines, salads, main courses, and even desert. These 40 new lively paintings
display Tanaka’s characteristic use of vibrant colors, and we hope you enjoy them all. Come experience
Mr. Tanaka’s colorful cuisine as this vivid tale of food continues to grow.

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Bringing Memories to Life
January 28 – February 3, 2014 10am – 7:30pm

We are pleased to present this collection by four women whose diverse styles of art come together
through the motif of memory. Bringing memories to life through many different filters, these artists
recreate experiences and moments from daily life—scenery imbued with a sense of remembrance.

The works presented here feature a range of styles including collages, graphic, hand-drawing, embroidery
on canvas. The design of these reconstructed memories may look simple: after all, they originate from
simple experiences. But they are also nuanced and perhaps ambiguous as they weave pieces of the past
into something that feels more real than reality. Through this collection, spectators can relive their own
memories. Perhaps you, too, have memories that, through the way they look and feel, connect you to the
artists’ own recollections.

We hope that these artists, whose collections erase the boundary between ordinary and extraordinary and
highlight the connections between all of us, invoke in everyone who views their work a sense of the power
of imagination and memory.