At the Park Hotel Tokyo, we welcome our guests with hospitality in the form of “arrangement”, one of Japan’s aesthetic values, expressed through the medium of art. As part of this initiative, we hold series of art exhibition, “ART colours”, representing the four seasons of Japan. We are pleased to announce the opening of the exhibition “To The Dawn”. This group exhibition is curated by hpgrp GALLERY TOKYO which introduces a wide range of talented, emerging artists.
Since last year, days have gone by as if we were in the middle of a long winter. However, Artists continue to create despite this conflicting, and drawn-out struggle. We’re introducing artworks by ten artists who value their constant sensation through aesthetic senses and existence, while remaining resilient under the influence of changing times and surrounding realities.
We open our doors to high-quality artworks in various mediums and styles so that we may catch a glimpse of individual characteristics reflected throughout the passage of time and society.
* ‘ichiyoraifuku’ ( Japanese expression )
Good things come around after bad things. Return of spring.
Date: November 15 (Mon.), 2021 – May 15 (Sun.), 2022
Time: 11:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Place: Atrium (25F)
Fare: Admission Free
During this exhibition period, art works will be replaced irregularly.
[Curated by] hpgrp GALLERY TOKYO
[Designed by] Design Studio PHT
[Video Production] antymark annex
[Organizer] Park Hotel Tokyo
feebee “The Great Transformation”
Sumi ink, Gofun,Pigment paint on folding screen/3420×1230mm/2020
Based on the concept of “Infinite time and space amid cognizant Japanese beauty”, Park Hotel Tokyo has been making efforts so that our guests can experience Japanese aesthetics in each scene of ART (Atrium, Restaurant, and Travel). As part of our initiatives, we hold series of art exhibition “ART colours” at the Atrium to welcome our guests with hospitality in the form of “arrangement”. The exhibition will be held throughout spring, summer, autumn, and winter, it is an exhibition of artworks with a sense of the season that is delicate with time and space.
Since ancient times, Japan has been a country rich in nature and has sharply reflected the changes of seasons, such as the changing nature landscapes, plants, festivals, traditional arts and culture. Along with feeling the beauty of the season, the enjoyment, the harshness of the seasons, a spirit of loving nature was born and the aesthetic sense peculiar to Japanese has been nurtured.
Known as the most popular tea master who developed the culture of tea ceremony, Sen-no-Rikyu left the words “Cool in summer, warm in winter”. It is a manifestation of the feelings of how to entertain guests along with the ever changing nature, and it can be said that is is the spirit of hospitality.
We welcome you with the hospitality of the four seasons in a relaxing time and space like an art museum, feeling the Japanese seasons and culture through art.