CLEAR GALLERY TOKYO PRESENTS, PHACE EXHIBITION AT HAF19
DINA GADIA AT PALAIS de TOKIO
The exhibition City Prince/sses is presented as an imaginary, multiple and complex city, without borders, messy, staggering and creative: an unpredictable laboratory, which is always in motion and being (re)constructed. Visual artists, creators, fashion designers, experimenters, tattooists, musicians: a good fifty artists are presented without any geographical grouping, mostly via new productions and in situ interventions.
REPORTAGE FROM ART FAIR PHILIPPINES2019
CLEAR GALLERY TOKYO at Art Fair Philippines 2019
CLEAR GALLERY TOKYO’s debut participation in Art Fair Philippines last February featured new works by Itsuki Kaito (JP), Dina Gadia (PH) and Allan Balisi (PH). Art Fair Philippines has touted this year’s roster of artists as possibly their strongest lineup yet.
In her latest series, Itsuki Kaito draws on contemporary mythologies and personal experience in
depicting the enchanting aspects of eccentricity. “Having eccentric behavioral traits is a feature that
makes us human. Even if these behaviors are unpleasant in nature, they can still be something that
makes real connections between us in society.” - Itsuki Kaito
Kaito’s debut at Art Fair Philippines was featured in the March 11 issue of The Philippine Star:
Gadia's graphic paintings are inspired by bodies of water and figures of containers (especially
vases), invoking surreal depictions of the everyday with a pop sensibility.
Known for his muted paintings which, at first glance, resemble overexposed photographs, Philippine-
based artist Allan Balisi has crafted a series that explores our relationships to image and
Gadia and Balisi were featured in Town and Country’s “8 Artists to Watch at Art Fair Philippines
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COUNT THE WAVES −
Count the Waves − Visualizing Invisibility
21 March- 7 April 2019
Tokyo University of Arts Exhibition Hall
Participating artist : Dina Gadia (Manila)
KAWITA VATANAJYANKUR ON ART4D BANGKOK
“THIS 29-YEAR-OLD ARTIST CURRENTLY FEATURED WITHIN THE ALAMAK! PAVILION ON THE OCCASION OF THE 2017 VENICE ART BIENNALE COMBINES PAINTING AND PERFORMANCE TO QUESTION SOCIAL NORMS.”
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