Installation view of COBRA's exhibition "The Museum," Fig., 2019
Courtesy of the artist and Fig.
Fig. is an artist-run space and project that was founded in 2017. While it hosts exhibitions in Otsuka, Tokyo, it also produces and publishes artists’ books. Fig. exhibits an intergenerational array of Japanese and international artists to promote cultural exchange and build a sustainable platform for dialog. Fig. also engages in cultivating and promoting academic research in contemporary art by publishing and hosting symposia and talks. Exhibitions include Shizuka Okada’s “Slender and long my whistle” (2018), COBRA’s “The Museum” (2019), and Hanna Weinberger’s “” (2020), which was a collaborative project with Fitzpatrick Gallery (Paris).
2F 3-27-6 Kita-Otsuka, Toshima-ku, Tokyo
Exhibition Information
Nicholás Guagnini, Shizuka Okada
October 17 – November 7
Fig. is pleased to announce a two-person exhibition, titled “interference,” by Shizuka Okada and Nicolás Guagnini. A collaborative project between Galerie Max Mayer (Dusseldorf) and Fig., the exhibition will showcase drawings by Guagnini alongside Okada’s recent body of ceramic works.
Nicholás Guagnini, Oedipus_prostate/Oedipus_postrate, 2020
Courtesy of the artist and Galerie Max Mayer