Installation view of Yusuke Abe's exhibition, 4649
Photo by Kazuhito Tanaka
4649 (Four Six Four Nine)
4649, founded in 2017, is a curatorial project and gallery space in Sugamo, Tokyo, run by artists Yuhei Kobayashi, Shogo Shimizu, and Yuu Takamizawa. 4649’s on-site program focuses on exhibitions featuring emerging international artists to introduce their work to the Tokyo art scene. 4649 also participates in off-site projects, exhibiting Tokyo-based artists internationally. Recent exhibitions include “TOKAS Project / Tokyo, Detroit, Berlin” (2020), “Contrastissimo” (2020), “Pina Vienna” (2020), “Ella Fleck and Tabitha Steinberg” (2020), “Alex Mackin Dolan and Jasper Spicero” (2019), and “MX Gallery” (2019), as well as presentations at NADA Miami in 2018 and 2019, among much else.
4649 (Four Six Four Nine)
2-13-4 B02 Sugamo, Toshima-ku, Tokyo
Exhibition Information
Calvin Miceli-Nelson and Shogo Shimizu
November 4 – December 19
4649 is pleased to present a two-person exhibition by Los Angeles–based painter Calvin Miceli-Nelson and Tokyo-based artist and 4649 director Shogo Shimizu from November 4 to December 19, 2021. Both artists were born in 1993 and their self-help exchanges on the internet led to this exhibition, which will feature Miceli-Nelson’s consistent monotone paintings and Shimizu’s figurative sculptures based on furniture motifs. This will be Miceli-Nelson’s first exhibition in Japan.
Calvin Miceli-Nelson, 2021
Courtesy of the artist and 4649, Tokyo