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.
Date: October 2 (Sat.) – November 28 (Sun.), 2021
Time: 11:00 A.M. – 5:00 P.M.
Place: Corridor Gallery 34, Park Hotel Tokyo (34F)
Fare: Admission Free
When I paint, I depict invisible worlds full of gods and spirits on silk fabrics using Japanese painting materials like India ink and gold. When I was a child, I was brought up in a deeply religious household, so I naturally became interested in worlds that were invisible to the eye, and I would read picture books featuring beings like ghosts and spirits. Nowadays, I am working on forming my own worldview by researching folklore theories and indigenous cultures, gathering information by talking to people like saniwa and acharya who have experienced many mysterious things. For this art exhibition, I am once again displaying works that make a variety of hidden worlds visible. I hope you enjoy it.