Seizan Gallery

Seizan Gallery SEIZAN is a leading contemporary Japanese art gallery in Tokyo which opened its first overseas branc

OPEN THIS THURSDAYWinter Group Show: TravelingYuichi Kashima | Akihiro Misaki | Kaz WatabeDecember 21, 2023 – January 20...
12/18/2023

OPEN THIS THURSDAY
Winter Group Show: Traveling
Yuichi Kashima | Akihiro Misaki | Kaz Watabe
December 21, 2023 – January 20, 2024

SEIZAN Gallery New York is pleased to present Winter Group Show: Traveling. On view from December 21st, 2023 through January 20th, 2024, the exhibition features works by Yuichi Kashima, Akihiro Misaki, and Kaz Watabe. The opening reception will be held on Thursday, December 21st, from 4-7pm. 


Two Days Left! SEIZAN Gallery at Art MiamiBooth AM228Saturday, December 9th: 11am-7pmSunday, December 10th: 11am-7pmOne ...
12/09/2023

Two Days Left!

SEIZAN Gallery at Art Miami
Booth AM228

Saturday, December 9th: 11am-7pm
Sunday, December 10th: 11am-7pm

One Herald Plaza
NE 14th Street & Biscayne Bay
Miami, FL, 33132

Presenting
Ruiji Aiba
Astrid Köppe
Yen Yen-Jui Lai
Asako Tabata
Motohide Takami

To receive preview, please DM or email [email protected]

Two Days Left! SEIZAN Gallery at Art MiamiBooth AM228Saturday, December 9th: 11am-7pmSunday, December 10th: 11am-7pmOne ...
12/09/2023

Two Days Left!

SEIZAN Gallery at Art Miami
Booth AM228

Saturday, December 9th: 11am-7pm
Sunday, December 10th: 11am-7pm

One Herald Plaza
NE 14th Street & Biscayne Bay
Miami, FL, 33132

Presenting
Ruiji Aiba
Astrid Köppe
Yen Yen-Jui Lai
Asako Tabata
Motohide Takami

To receive preview, please DM or email [email protected]

Art Miami Day 3!We are open until 7pm today.Come stop by Booth AM228. SEIZAN Gallery at Art MiamiBooth AM228Dec 5 - 10 (...
12/07/2023

Art Miami Day 3!
We are open until 7pm today.

Come stop by Booth AM228.

SEIZAN Gallery at Art Miami
Booth AM228
Dec 5 - 10 (Tue-Sun)

Presenting
Ruiji Aiba
Astrid Köppe
Yen Yen-Jui Lai
Asako Tabata
Motohide Takami.

SEIZAN Gallery (Booth AM228)
Art Miami
One Herald Plaza
NE 14th Street & Biscayne Bay
Miami, FL, 33132

Thursday, December 7th: 11am-7pm
Friday, December 8th: 11am-7pm
Saturday, December 9th: 11am-7pm
Sunday, December 10th: 11am-7pm



IT’S OPEN!SEIZAN Gallery at Art MiamiBooth AM228Dec 5 - 10 (Tue-Sun)PresentingRuiji Aiba Astrid Köppe Yen Yen-Jui LaiAsa...
12/05/2023

IT’S OPEN!

SEIZAN Gallery at Art Miami
Booth AM228
Dec 5 - 10 (Tue-Sun)

Presenting
Ruiji Aiba
Astrid Köppe
Yen Yen-Jui Lai
Asako Tabata
Motohide Takami.

SEIZAN Gallery (Booth AM228)
Art Miami
One Herald Plaza
NE 14th Street & Biscayne Bay
Miami, FL, 33132

Hours:
Platinum VIP Preview
Tuesday, December 5th: 4:30-6:30pm

VIP Preview
Tuesday, December 5th: 6:30-10pm

General Admission
Wednesday, December 6th: 11am-7pm
Thursday, December 7th: 11am-7pm
Friday, December 8th: 11am-7pm
Saturday, December 9th: 11am-7pm
Sunday, December 10th: 11am-7pm

To receive preview, please DM or email [email protected]



SEIZAN Gallery is excited to announce our inaugural participation to Art Miami, open from December 5th through 11th at O...
11/28/2023

SEIZAN Gallery is excited to announce our inaugural participation to Art Miami, open from December 5th through 11th at One Herald Plaza in Miami, LF. The gallery will present recent works by five distinguished artists: Ruiji Aiba, Astrid Köppe, Yen Yen-Jui Lai, Asako Tabata, and Motohide Takami.

SEIZAN Gallery (Booth AM228)
Art Miami
One Herald Plaza
NE 14th Street & Biscayne Bay
Miami, FL, 33132

Hours:
Platinum VIP Preview
Tuesday, December 5th: 4:30-6:30pm

VIP Preview
Tuesday, December 5th: 6:30-10pm

General Admission
Wednesday, December 6th: 11am-7pm
Thursday, December 7th: 11am-7pm
Friday, December 8th: 11am-7pm
Saturday, December 9th: 11am-7pm
Sunday, December 10th: 11am-7pm

To receive preview, please DM or email [email protected]



[Holiday Hours]SEIZAN Gallery New York will close from Thursday, November 23rd through Saturday, November 25th. The gall...
11/21/2023

[Holiday Hours]
SEIZAN Gallery New York will close from Thursday, November 23rd through Saturday, November 25th. The gallery will reopen on Tuesday, November 28th.

On view through December 16:
“Things She Carries”
Miné Okubo, Aya Fujioka, Yukiko Hata



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OPEN NOW at SEIZAN Gallery New York:“Thing She Carries” Presenting three female artists: Miné Okubo, Aya Fujioka and Yuk...
11/18/2023

OPEN NOW at SEIZAN Gallery New York:
“Thing She Carries”
Presenting three female artists: Miné Okubo, Aya Fujioka and Yukiko Hata.
On view through December 16

Thanks for those who came to the talk with Aya Fujioka  and Emiko Inoue .ei.inoue on Saturday! The group exhibition “Thi...
11/14/2023

Thanks for those who came to the talk with Aya Fujioka and Emiko Inoue .ei.inoue on Saturday!

The group exhibition “Things She Carries” with works by Miné Okubo, Yukiko Hata and Aya Fujioka is on view through December 16th.

Opening Reception: Tonight 6-8pm“Things She Carries”Miné Okubo, Aya Fujioka, Yukiko HataSEIAN Gallery NY525 W 26th St. G...
11/09/2023

Opening Reception: Tonight 6-8pm

“Things She Carries”
Miné Okubo, Aya Fujioka, Yukiko Hata

SEIAN Gallery NY
525 W 26th St. Ground Floor. NYC



*Upcoming*Artist Talk with Aya FujiokaSaturday, November 9, 2-3pmPlease join us for an Artist Talk with photographer Aya...
11/03/2023

*Upcoming*
Artist Talk with Aya Fujioka
Saturday, November 9, 2-3pm

Please join us for an Artist Talk with photographer Aya Fujioka on Saturday, November 11th, 2-3pm. She will be in conversation with curator and art historian Emiko Inoue. They will  discuss Fujioka's award-winning series “Here Goes River,” on view at SEIZAN Gallery New York as part of the group exhibition, “Things She Carries. “

“Here Goes River” is a tranquil, private documentation of Fujioka's hometown, Hiroshima. Nearly 160 photos show scenes from everyday life around the delta area of Hiroshima, the site of the atomic bomb devastation 70 years ago. Mundane scenes against a backdrop of historic disaster are captured: people gathering in front of a TV showing news of President Obama’s visits to the city; high school students practicing a dance choreography with the iconic Atomic Bomb Dome in the background. 

For the Artist Talk, Fujioka will discuss how the series started as a personal chronicle, and her struggles to document the city so heavily burdened with history. 

Aya Fujioka (b. 1972 ) was born in Hiroshima and studied photography at Nihon University College of Art in Tokyo. With a scholarship from the Agency for Cultural Affairs in Japan, she stayed in New York from 2007 through 2012 and created the series Still Lives. After returning to her hometown Hiroshima, she completed Here Goes River, which won her numerous awards including the Kimura Ihei Photography Award and the Hayashi Tadahiko Award. Fujioka’s works have been exhibited at the 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art in Kanazawa, The National Art Center in Tokyo, Hiroshima Prefectural Museum, Higashi-Hiroshima City Museum of Art, and Spiral Gallery in Tokyo among many others. Fujioka currently lives and works in Higashi Hiroshima City in Japan.

Upcoming ExhibitionThings She Carries: Miné Okubo, Aya Fujioka, Yukiko HataNovember 9 – December 16, 2023Opening Recepti...
11/01/2023

Upcoming Exhibition
Things She Carries: Miné Okubo, Aya Fujioka, Yukiko Hata
November 9 – December 16, 2023
Opening Reception: Thursday, November 9, 6-8pm
Artist Talk with Aya Fujioka: Saturday, November 11, 2-3pm
 
SEIZAN Gallery New York is excited to announce “Things She Carries,” a group exhibition of three female artists: Miné Okubo, Aya Fujioka, and Yukiko Hata. The exhibition opens from November 9th through December 16th, 2023, with the opening reception on Thursday, November 9th, 6-8pm. An Artist Talk with Aya Fujioka is scheduled for Saturday, November 11th, 2-3pm. 
 
“Things She Carries” is a group exhibition of three female artists who deeply share their commitment to reconsider Japan’s historical representation on WWII, and its impact on their lived experience in contemporary society.  For this exhibition, SEIZAN proudly introduces the drawings by Japanese American artist Miné Okubo (1912-2001), which were made during her incarceration at Camp Topaz Relocation Center in Utah from 1942 to 1945. With bold strokes of charcoal on paper, Okubo produced portraits of her fellow detainees in scenes of daily life. In contrast to her illustrative drawings in “Citizen 13660,” which is the graphic memoir she is most known for, these drawings have a private aspect and reflect the raw emotions of that painful time at the incarceration camp. The exhibition features two more Japanese artists: photographer Aya Fujioka, and painter Yukiko Hata.

Check the link on profile to find more about the exhibition.



Three exhibitions currently on view at SEIZAN Gallery New York are extended through Thursday, November 2nd: Ruiji Aiba “...
10/19/2023

Three exhibitions currently on view at SEIZAN Gallery New York are extended through Thursday, November 2nd:

Ruiji Aiba “Dancing With An Octopus”
Astrid Köppe “Pretty Shiny Stuff”
Asako Tabata “Waste Of A Cushion”

Check the link in bio to find more about the exhibitions.




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“Working with permeable materials on a small scale, while addressing subjects such as grief, frustration, impossible sta...
09/15/2023

“Working with permeable materials on a small scale, while addressing subjects such as grief, frustration, impossible standards, and social barriers, Tabata exposes the dark side of contemporary Japanese society, which her celebrated male counterparts, such as Yosh*tomo Nara and Takashi Murakami, largely ignore. “

Check out John Yau’s latest review on Asako Tatiana’s solo exhibition “Waste Of A Cushion.” Link in bio.


Three shows are now open at SEIZAN Gallery New York: Ruiji Aiba: “Dancing With An Octopus”  Astrid Köppe : “Pretty Shiny...
09/13/2023

Three shows are now open at SEIZAN Gallery New York:

Ruiji Aiba: “Dancing With An Octopus”
Astrid Köppe : “Pretty Shiny Stuff”
Asako Tabata: “Waste Of A Cushion”

The gallery is open Tuesday through Saturday, 11am-6pm.

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Opening Reception Today, 6-8pm:Ruiji Aiba “Dancing With An Octopus”Astrid Köppe “Pretty Shiny Stuff”Asako Tabata “Waste ...
09/07/2023

Opening Reception Today, 6-8pm:

Ruiji Aiba “Dancing With An Octopus”
Astrid Köppe “Pretty Shiny Stuff”
Asako Tabata “Waste Of A Cushion”

Upcoming ExhibitionAsako Tabata: Waste Of A CushionSeptember 7 – October 21, 2023 SEIZAN Gallery New York is pleased to ...
09/02/2023

Upcoming Exhibition

Asako Tabata: Waste Of A Cushion
September 7 – October 21, 2023
 
SEIZAN Gallery New York is pleased to present Waste Of A Cushion, a solo exhibition of artist Asako Tabata. From September 7 through October 21, 2023, over twenty new works of painting and papier-mâché sculpture will fill one of the gallery’s newly renovated exhibition spaces. The artist will travel from Japan for the opening reception on Thursday, September 7, 6-8pm. 
 
Less than two years after her well-received first solo exhibition in New York, Asako Tabata returns with a dynamic new body of works. Her subjects continue to be women, children, and ghostly characters rendered in charged brushwork on otherworldly backgrounds. With whimsical figures and a moody palette Tabata captures psychological extremes and emotion, sanity and insanity.

Click the link on profile to find more about the exhibition.

Upcoming ExhibitionAstrid KöppePretty Shiny StuffSeptember 7 – October 21, 2023 SEIZAN Gallery New York is pleased to an...
09/01/2023

Upcoming Exhibition

Astrid Köppe
Pretty Shiny Stuff
September 7 – October 21, 2023
 
SEIZAN Gallery New York is pleased to announce Pretty Shiny Stuff, a solo exhibition of works by German artist Astrid Köppe from September 7th through October 21st, 2023. The opening reception with the artist is Thursday, September 7th, 6-8pm. Located in one of the gallery’s newly renovated exhibition spaces, the show features 30 pieces from the artist’s vast oeuvre of A4 size drawings. Four large format enamel-coated steel panel works are also on view. This is the artist's first solo exhibition in New York.
 
Astrid Köppe has worked with dedication to a single format of drawing for over twenty years. The focus is on biomorphic shapes meticulously rendered at the center of vertical white paper. Her use of mechanical pencils and watercolor reference illustrations from pre-photography era botanical and medical textbooks. Industrial design and classic science fiction illustration are also suggested. Just as the strange shapes begin to make sense, they slip away, refusing easy categorization. The artist consciously weaves riddles into each work.
 
Köppe starts a drawing with a precise visualization in mind. Each object (shape or pattern) is rendered “accurately” and convincingly. Yet, viewers cannot figure out exactly what they are looking at. Köppe plays with what she calls “pretend 3-D effect,” giving shades to objects only to confuse perspective. Iridescent watercolors add extra layers of complexity.
 
The exhibition also includes four works made by vitreous enameling on steel plates, a technique traditionally used for industrial signage. In these pieces Köppe explores scaling up from the drawings.

Click the link on profile to learn more about the exhibition.
  

Upcoming ExhibitionRuiji Aiba: Dancing With An OctopusSep 7 - Oct 21, 2023Opening reception: Thursday, Sep 7, 6-8pm“Neit...
08/30/2023

Upcoming Exhibition
Ruiji Aiba: Dancing With An Octopus
Sep 7 - Oct 21, 2023
Opening reception: Thursday, Sep 7, 6-8pm

“Neither human nor objects. Dolls are transcendental existence.” 
—— Ruiji Aiba

SEIZAN Gallery New York is proud to announce Dancing With An Octopus, a solo exhibition of Japanese ceramic artist Ruiji Aiba. On view from September 7th through October 21st, 2023, the show features over 50 ceramic dolls and “Netsuke” pieces produced in the last 8 years. The opening reception is Thursday, September 7th, 6-8pm.

Based in Seto City, the epicenter of Japanese ceramic making since 10th century, Aiba has pursued a unique path as a ceramicist. He refers to himself as a doll artist. The masterful skill and decades-long devotion he brings to this traditional craft is reflected in the artwork.
The original inspiration of Aiba's dolls are traditional Saga Dolls and Gosho (Palace) Dolls. These child-figures are characterized by a plump body, bright white skin and adorable gestures. Aiba also creates figures of children, innocently unclothed and at play with frogs, goldfishes, octopuses, or holding a skull. 

Unlike the traditional dolls which typically celebrate life (often gifted to a newborn), the artist emphasizes the ominosity aspect of dolls. As his quote suggests, dolls are more than a toy to play with. They can transport us to other worlds, bridging between life and death. 

Click the link in profile to find more about the exhibition.

*Upcoming Exhibition*Ruiji Aiba: Dancing With An OctopusSep 7 - Oct 21, 2023Opening reception: Thursday, Sep 7, 6-8pm“Ne...
08/30/2023

*Upcoming Exhibition*
Ruiji Aiba: Dancing With An Octopus
Sep 7 - Oct 21, 2023
Opening reception: Thursday, Sep 7, 6-8pm

“Neither human nor objects. Dolls are transcendental existence.” 
—— Ruiji Aiba

SEIZAN Gallery New York is proud to announce Dancing With An Octopus, a solo exhibition of Japanese ceramic artist Ruiji Aiba. On view from September 7th through October 21st, 2023, the show features over 50 ceramic dolls and “Netsuke” pieces produced in the last 8 years. The opening reception is Thursday, September 7th, 6-8pm.

Based in Seto City, the epicenter of Japanese ceramic making since 10th century, Aiba has pursued a unique path as a ceramicist. He refers to himself as a doll artist. The masterful skill and decades-long devotion he brings to this traditional craft is reflected in the artwork.
The original inspiration of Aiba's dolls are traditional Saga Dolls and Gosho (Palace) Dolls. These child-figures are characterized by a plump body, bright white skin and adorable gestures. Aiba also creates figures of children, innocently unclothed and at play with frogs, goldfishes, octopuses, or holding a skull. 

Unlike the traditional dolls which typically celebrate life (often gifted to a newborn), the artist emphasizes the ominosity aspect of dolls. As his quote suggests, dolls are more than a toy to play with. They can transport us to other worlds, bridging between life and death. 

Click the link in profile to find more about the exhibition.

Images:
Ruiji Aiba
An Octopus And A Child (Small) I, 2023
Ceramic
8.3 x 5.7 x 8.3 inches (21 x 14.5 x 21cm)

Ruiji Aiba
Two Innocent Boys: Death Comes Equally, 2023
Ceramic
11 x 3.9 x 3.5 inches (28 x 10 x 9 cm), 2 sculptures

SEIZAN Gallery New York is excited to announce the openings of three exhibitions on Thursday, September 7th: Ruiji “Aiba...
08/29/2023

SEIZAN Gallery New York is excited to announce the openings of three exhibitions on Thursday, September 7th: Ruiji “Aiba Dancing With An Octopus,” Astrid Köppe “Pretty Shiny Stuff,” and Asako Tabata “Waste Of A Cushion.” The work of these dynamic artists will be presented in our newly renovated exhibition space.

Please join the artists Köppe and Tabata at the joint opening reception 6pm-8pm on September 7th. 





SEIZAN Gallery New York is pleased to announce that our current exhibitions “SUMMER GROUP SHOW” and “Yasushi Ikejiri: Ne...
07/29/2023

SEIZAN Gallery New York is pleased to announce that our current exhibitions “SUMMER GROUP SHOW” and “Yasushi Ikejiri: New Paintings” will be extended through Saturday, August 5th, 2023. 

Summer Group Show, featuring Mizuho Fukumura, Eri Iwasaki, Kenta Takahashi and Junya Tsubota, surveys contemporary Japanese artists who have trained in the “Nihonga” painting tradition.

Yasushi Ikejiri: New Paintings features seven new oil paintings by the artist. The paintings are the newest addition to Ikejiri’s on-going “candy wrapper” series. 

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*JUST OPENED*SUMMER GROUP SHOWJune 29 - July 29, 2023Mizuho FukumuroEri IwasakiKenta TakahashiJunya Tsubota SEIZAN Galle...
06/30/2023

*JUST OPENED*
SUMMER GROUP SHOW
June 29 - July 29, 2023
Mizuho Fukumuro
Eri Iwasaki
Kenta Takahashi
Junya Tsubota
 
SEIZAN Gallery New York is pleased to announce Summer Group Show featuring four artists: Mizuho Fukumuro, Eri Iwasaki, Kenta Takahashi, and Junya Tsubota. Opening from June 29 through July 29, 2023, the show surveys contemporary Japanese artists who have trained in the “Nihonga” painting tradition. Explorations in new voices and creative expressions abound. 

LAST DAY! “Alexa Hoyer & Moeko Maeda”  The gallery is open today until 6pm.
06/24/2023

LAST DAY!

“Alexa Hoyer & Moeko Maeda”


The gallery is open today until 6pm.

Final Week: Alexa Hoyer & Moeko MaedaCome see the two-person exhibition before it closes this Saturday, June 24, 6pm. SE...
06/20/2023

Final Week: Alexa Hoyer & Moeko Maeda

Come see the two-person exhibition before it closes this Saturday, June 24, 6pm.

SEIZAN Gallery
Open Tue-Sat, 11am-6pm
525 W 26th St. Ground Floor. New York, NY 10001



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*OPENS TODAY*Yasushi Ikejiri: New PaintingsJune 15 – July 29, 2023 SEIZAN Gallery New York is pleased to announce an exh...
06/15/2023

*OPENS TODAY*
Yasushi Ikejiri: New Paintings
June 15 – July 29, 2023
 
SEIZAN Gallery New York is pleased to announce an exhibition featuring seven oil paintings by Yasushi Ikejiri. The paintings are the newest addition to Ikejiri’s on-going “candy wrapper” series. The show opens June 15th and is on view through July 29 in the project space of the newly opened SEIZAN Gallery New York.
 
Images:
Yasushi Ikejiri
With a Pylon, 2023
Oil on canvas
31.6 x 20.9 x 1.3 inches (80.3 x 53 x 3.2 cm)
 
Yasushi Ikejiri
Beneath Steel Fence, 2022
Oil on canvas
31.6 x 20.9 x 1.3 inches (80.3 x 53 x 3.2 cm)
 
Yasushi Ikejiri
Beneath a Fallen Rose, 2023
Oil on canvas
31.6 x 20.9 x 1.3 inches (80.3 x 53 x 3.2 cm)
 
Photo by Kenichi Hashimoto

Come stop by VOLTA this weekend: SEIZAN Gallery (Booth C2)at VOLTA New York Metropolitan Pavilion125 W. 18th St. (bet. 6...
05/20/2023

Come stop by VOLTA this weekend:

SEIZAN Gallery (Booth C2)
at VOLTA New York
Metropolitan Pavilion
125 W. 18th St. (bet. 6th & 7th Aves)
NYC

SEIZAN Gallery is featuring Yen Yen-Jui Lai, Asako Tabata, Motohide Takami.


Hours:
Saturday, May 20, 12-8pm
Sunday, May 21, 12-5pm

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*DAY 3*We are at VOLTA New York today until 8pm. Come stop by to see the latest works by Yen Yen-Jui Lai, Asako Tabata a...
05/19/2023

*DAY 3*

We are at VOLTA New York today until 8pm. Come stop by to see the latest works by Yen Yen-Jui Lai, Asako Tabata and Motohide Takami


SEIZAN Gallery (Booth C2)
at VOLTA New York
Metropolitan Pavilion
125 W. 18th St. (bet. 6th & 7th Aves)
New York, NY 10011


Hours:
Friday, May 19, 12-8pm
Saturday, May 20, 12-8pm
Sunday, May 21, 12-5pm

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*DAY 2*VOLTA NY is open today until 9pm. Come stop by Booth C2. SEIZAN Gallery (Booth C2)at VOLTA New York  Metropolitan...
05/18/2023

*DAY 2*

VOLTA NY is open today until 9pm. Come stop by Booth C2.

SEIZAN Gallery (Booth C2)
at VOLTA New York

Metropolitan Pavilion
125 W. 18th St. (bet. 6th & 7th Aves)
New York, NY 10011

Featuring Yen Yen-Jui Lai, Asako Tabata, Motohide Takami


Hours:
Thursday, May 18, 12-9pm
Friday, May 19, 12-8pm
Saturday, May 20, 12-8pm
Sunday, May 21, 12-5pm

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OPENS TODAY! SEIZAN Gallery (Booth C2)at VOLTA New York Metropolitan Pavilion125 W. 18th St. (bet. 6th & 7th Aves)New Yo...
05/17/2023

OPENS TODAY!

SEIZAN Gallery (Booth C2)
at VOLTA New York
Metropolitan Pavilion
125 W. 18th St. (bet. 6th & 7th Aves)
New York, NY 10011


Featuring


Hours:
Wednesday, May 17, 5-7pm (VIP ticket holders), 7-9pm (Public)
Thursday, May 18, 12-9pm
Friday, May 19, 12-8pm
Saturday, May 20, 12-8pm
Sunday, May 21, 12-5pm

VOLTA New York (May 17-21)SEIZAN Gallery is excited to announce our return to VOLTA New York, open from May 17th through...
05/11/2023

VOLTA New York (May 17-21)

SEIZAN Gallery is excited to announce our return to VOLTA New York, open from May 17th through 20th at the Metropolitan Pavilion in New York City. The gallery will present recent work by three contemporary artists, Yen Yen-Jui Lai, Asako Tabata and Motohide Takami.





SEIZAN Gallery (Booth C2)
VOLTA New York
Metropolitan Pavilion
125 W. 18th St.
(bet. 6th & 7th Aves)
New York, NY 10011

Hours:
Wednesday, May 17, 5-9pm (for VIP ticket holders)
Thursday, May 18, 12-9pm
Friday, May 19, 12-8pm
Saturday, May 20, 12-8pm
Sunday, May 21, 12-5pm

Join the opening reception tonight!Alexa Hoyer & Moeko Maeda6-8pm at SEIZAN Gallery’s new space located at 525 W 26th St...
05/04/2023

Join the opening reception tonight!

Alexa Hoyer & Moeko Maeda

6-8pm at SEIZAN Gallery’s new space located at 525 W 26th St. Ground Floor. New York, NY 10001.

Artists will be present.




Photos by Alexa Hoyer

Installation of Alexa Hoyer & Moeko Maeda, documented by  The reception opening is this Thursday, May 4, 6-8pm. Come mee...
05/03/2023

Installation of Alexa Hoyer & Moeko Maeda, documented by

The reception opening is this Thursday, May 4, 6-8pm. Come meet the artists!

Opens This Thursday: Toshiyuki Kajioka: Unconscious RiverMay 4 - June 10, 2023SEIZAN Gallery New York is pleased to anno...
05/02/2023

Opens This Thursday:
Toshiyuki Kajioka: Unconscious River
May 4 - June 10, 2023

SEIZAN Gallery New York is pleased to announce Unconscious River, a solo exhibition of work by Japanese painter Toshiyuki Kajioka. The Project Space of our newly opened gallery on West 26th, offers an intimate setting for the exhibition of five recent works, including “Yoru no Kawa/ Unconscious River,” completed this year. 

Image:
Toshiyuki Kajioka
Yoru no Kawa / Unconscious River, 2023
Ink, pencil on Japanese paper mounted on wood panel
63.8 x 63.8 x 1.5 inches (162 x 162 x 3.8cm) 

*Tomorrow*As the closing of "Yasuko Hasumura: Air and the Void,” SEIZAN Gallery is pleased to invite our special friends...
04/28/2023

*Tomorrow*

As the closing of "Yasuko Hasumura: Air and the Void,” SEIZAN Gallery is pleased to invite our special friends to an afternoon event hosted by Stefen Ramirez, founder of Tea Dealers . Stefen, a Japanese tea ceremony practitioner of the Urasenke School for over fifteen years, will prepare and serve you a traditional cup of “sencha” in our newly opened gallery.

Saturday, April 29
Five sessions starting 2pm.
Each session has four seats, serving is approx 20 minutes.
Decaffeinated tea is available.

Sessions are nearly full. Contact [email protected] if you would like to grab last available seats.

*Upcoming*Alexa Hoyer & Moeko MaedaMay 4 - June 24, 2023 SEIZAN Gallery New York is pleased to announce a two-person exh...
04/24/2023

*Upcoming*
Alexa Hoyer & Moeko Maeda
May 4 - June 24, 2023
 
SEIZAN Gallery New York is pleased to announce a two-person exhibition featuring artists Alexa Hoyer and Moeko Maeda, opening May 4 and on view through June 24, 2023. The opening reception with the artists is Thursday, May 4th, 6-8 pm in SEIZAN Gallery's newly opened space on the ground floor of 525 W 26th St. The exhibition juxtaposes two contrasting bodies of work: “Targets” by German photographer Alexa Hoyer and “Oharae” by Japanese artist Moeko Maeda. 

Thursday opening had a great turnout. Thank you for those who stopped by!SEIZAN Gallery is now located at 525 W 26th St....
04/15/2023

Thursday opening had a great turnout. Thank you for those who stopped by!

SEIZAN Gallery is now located at 525 W 26th St. Ground Floor, open 11am-6pm, Tuesday through Saturday. Come stop by! The current exhibition, “Yasuko Hasumura: Air and the Void” is open through April 29.

Opens Today㊗️Please join us Today, 6-8pm for Inaugural Reception of SEIZAN Gallery’s New Space at 525 W 26th St. NYC. Ya...
04/13/2023

Opens Today㊗️

Please join us Today, 6-8pm for Inaugural Reception of SEIZAN Gallery’s New Space at 525 W 26th St. NYC. Yasuko Hasumura’s solo exhibition Air and the Void reopens in the new gallery. 

SEIZAN Gallery New York
525 W 26th St. Ground floor
New York, NY 10001
[email protected]

🌸New gallery space opens this Thursday, April 13th🌸Please join us for the inauguration of SEIZAN Gallery’s new space at ...
04/10/2023

🌸New gallery space opens this Thursday, April 13th🌸

Please join us for the inauguration of SEIZAN Gallery’s new space at 525 W 26th St. NYC. Yasuko Hasumura’s solo exhibition “Air and the Void” will reopen in the new gallery. 

Inaugural Reception of SEIZAN Gallery’s New Space
525 W 26th St. Ground Floor
New York, NY 10001
Thursday, April 13th
6pm Opening Reception

Dear SEIZAN Gallery supporters, We are writing to share important news of SEIZAN Gallery New York, with a great deal of ...
03/15/2023

Dear SEIZAN Gallery supporters,

We are writing to share important news of SEIZAN Gallery New York, with a great deal of excitement. After four years, when we inaugurated the gallery, we are moving in April into a new space on the ground floor of 525 W 26th Street, New York, NY 10001. With the new space of 2500 square feet, we will continue and expand our exciting programs of contemporary art.

The current exhibition, Yasuko Hasumura: Air and the Void will be temporarily closed after Saturday, March 18th. It will reopen in our new space in early April. Reopening date will be announced shortly.

We are very excited to welcome you to our new space soon. Meanwhile we continue to take private viewing appointments while closed to the public. Please don’t hesitate to email [email protected].

Thank you,

Seiko Yamada, the owner/founder and the SEIZAN Gallery team

Image:
Yasuko Hasumura
A Memory, or a premonition, 2022
Sumi ink, Japanese paper on canvas
25.7 x 31.6 x 1 inches (65.2 x 80.3 x 2.5 cm)

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New York, NY
10001

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