Corridor Gallery 34

An exhibition space in a corridor which is patterned after an art gallery and set on floor 34, the hotel’s top floor.
“Corridor Gallery 34” changes its art pieces every few months. Art is mainly provided by Japanese artists from a wide array of backgrounds. Not tethered to any single genre, everything from the work of promising up-and-coming artists and Japanese paintings to modern art to ceramics is displayed. While the number of pieces can fluctuate depending on the exhibit, 20 to 30 pieces are always on display.

 

Kenyu Mitsuhashi “ Memories ”

Corridor Gallery 34 : Kenyu Mitsuhashi “Memories” Exhibition

Date: August 17 (Thu.) – September 29 (Wed.), 2021
Time: 11:00 A.M. – 5:00 P.M.
Place: Corridor Gallery 34, Park Hotel Tokyo (34F)
Fare: Admission Free

Message from Artist:

Memories accumulate.
Memories and sentiments accumulated over long stretches of time create layers that cover one’s origins, and consequently generate one’s preferences.
Through creation and the delving through these layers, the memories are captured individually, the accumulated layers released, and one’s origins unveiled.
This is a clear vision in seeking what human beings are.

The more difficult the world becomes,
the more we seek certainty.
Confront our own memories,
delve into them, and
derive from this our individual origins;
a clear vision there will be.
Release the layered memories,
accept yourself,
forgive yourself, and
acknowledge yourself.

Kenyu Mitsuhashi

Artist based in Japan,Born in 1980
Contemporary Artist(Layered engraving and coloring materials)LEXUS TAKUMI PROJECT Election
Artistic expression through the emptying of the mind and continuous accumulation. Kenyu Mitsuhashi is a descendant of Busshi, professional Japanese sculptors who in statues of Buddha. His family’s lineage originates in the 13th century, during what is known as the Kamakura Period. He is the successor of traditional Japanese art, Kamakura-Bori, with a history of 800 years. In 2000, he studied under his father, Kenrei Mitsuhashi. To acquire his self-discipline and the original intent as a Busshi, he studied Zen(禅) at Kenchoji Temple, the oldest Zen training monastery in Japan. In 2010, he was given the title “KENYU” by the Zen master Yoshida from this temple. He produces traditional tea utensils and Buddhist altar fittings as to represent Zen’s philosophy, while at the same time introduces his original, modern artworks to people worldwide, including at his solo exhibition in Paris.

 

 

Exhibitions at Corridor Gallery 34

May 12 – July 4, 2021 Mayako Nakamura and The Act of Painting “INTUITION” (works on paper)
Mar.6 – May 5, 2021  Heartwarming Phrases of Japan × Modern Art Vol.2“INSPI”Koreyan Exhibition
Dec – Mar 3, 2021 Yoshitaka Nishikawa “Quiet Inside” Exhibition
Oct. 1 – Nov. 29, 2020 Kenyu  Mitsuhashi “An Endless Kamakurabori” 
Aug. 3 – Sep. 29, 2020 Yoko Naito Art Exhibition -Impulse of Chaka Tribes-
Mar. 27 – Jul. 31, 2020 C-DEPOT selection
Feb. 17 – Mar. 24, 2020 Heartwarming Phrases of Japan × Modern Art “INSPI”
Jan. 10 – Feb. 14, 2020 Kenji Fujii “Nothingness” Exhibition
Nov. 19, 2019 – Jan. 7, 2020 The Heart Reflected in Pilgrimage~The Happiness of Peace in Nagasaki
Oct. 17 – Nov. 16, 2019  Macchine da assedio – Koujo Tsukino Kage Miyu – Photo Exhibition
Sep. 3  – Oct. 14, 2019  C-DEPOT abstraction Exhibition
Apr. 2 – Jun. 2, 2019   POCKO PARK NOWHERE

Kenyu Mitsuhashi “ Memories ”

Date: August 17 (Thu.) – September 29 (Wed.), 2021
Time: 11:00 A.M. – 5:00 P.M.
Place: Corridor Gallery 34, Park Hotel Tokyo (34F)
Fare: Admission Free

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