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“Transitional Landscape♡”

“Transitional Landscape♡”
Artist: Taishi URAKAWA, Kazuki UMEZAWA, Shoma KIMURA
Planning: Kazuki UMEZAWA, Taishi URAKAWA, CASHI, Shintaro YAMANAKA(Qsyun!)

As opening hours may be changed depending on the status of COVID-19 infection, please check the websites for the latest information.

CASHI is pleased to announce a new exhibition featuring Taishi Urakawa, Kazuki Umezawa, and Shoma Kimura. This exhibition will be on view at the gallery starting on July 3rd (Sat) and continuing through July 25th (Sun).
The word “transition” refers to something changing over time from one state or condition to another. This exhibition will focus on the transition of landscapes in the works of three artists from different generations and activity bases.
The terms “analog” and “digital” are often used when referring to the artists’ work. The meaning of these words and how they resonate differ slightly from person to person and will continue to change as time goes by because many young people have been familiar with smartphones since childhood and use the “internet” and “computers.” While accepting changes in the texture of “analog” and “digital,” this exhibition attempts to capture the landscape that emerges from these changes.
The exhibition will travel to the three cities where the artists are based: Fukuoka (Urakawa), Tokyo (Umezawa), and Kyoto (Kimura). We look forward to welcoming you to the cities and introducing you to this new exhibition.

This exhibition will be held at the following three venues.
Mon. 3rd May – Sun. 30th May 2021
Venue: Saigi Soko 1-4-13-2F Yakuin Chuo-ku Fukuoka-shi Fukuoka 810-0022 Japan
Open: Thu. – Sun. 12:00 – 19:00 *Open on national holidays

Sat. 3rd July – Sun. 25th July 2021
Venue: CASHI 5-6-12-1F Asakusabashi Taito-ku Tokyo 111-0053 Japan
Open: Thu. – Sun. 11:00 – 19:00

Sat. 6th November – Sun. 28th November 2021
Venue: VOU 137 Sujiya-cho Shimogyo-ku Kyoto-shi Kyoto 600-8061
Open: Mon, Tue, Fri, Sat, Sun. 13:00 – 19:00

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Requests to visitors:
• Please refrain from visiting the gallery if you have a fever or cold symptoms.
• Please wear a mask and disinfect your hands with alcohol.
• Admission may be restricted if a large number of visitors come at once.
• Please keep a social distance from other visitors in the gallery.
• Please do not touch the art works.

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Notice of change in business hours and regular holidays

Dear customers
We would like to express our sincere gratitude for your continued patronage of CASHI.
From April 1st, our regular holidays and business hours will be changed as follows.
We apologize for any inconvenience caused and appreciate your understanding.
OPEN: Wed.-Sat. 11:00-18:00

Kazuki Umezawa will join in “Tsukuba Art Cycle Project 2021-2022” at Tsukuba Museum of Art.

“Tsukuba Art Cycle Project 2021-2022”
2022.4.2(Sat.) – 2022.4.10(Sun.) *2022.4.4(Mon.) Closed
OPEN 10:00 – 17:00 *Last day Close 15:00
Venue : Tsukuba Museum of Art, 2-8, Azuma, Tsukuba-shi, Ibaraki, 305-0031 Japan

Kazuki Umezawa is joining in “Art & Food in Under The Bridge: Project to Enliven Omiya from The Bridge.”

“Art & Food under The Bridge: Project to Enliven Omiya from The Bridge”
2021.10.16(Sat) – 2021.10.17(Sun)
Open : 11:00 – 17:00
Venue : Under the Taiei Bridge (Miyaichi Community Hall and Musashino Bank Omiya Branch Parking Lot) / 1 Miya-cho, Omiya-ku, Saitama-shi, Saitama 330-0802 Japan

Kazuki Umezawa will join in “Blue Period × ArtSticker” at hotel koe tokyo.

“Blue Period × ArtSticker”
2021.10.22(Fri) – 2022.01.14(Fri)
[1st Term] 2021.10.22(Fri) – 2021.11.18(Thu)
[2nd Term] 2021.11.19(Fri) – 2021.12.16(Thu)
[3rd Term] 2021.12.17(Fri) – 2022.1.14(Fri)
*Umezawa will participate in the 1st term.
Open : 11:00 – 20:00
*As opening hours may be changed depending on the status of COVID-19 infection, please check the the latest information.
Venue : hotel koe tokyo, 3-7, Udagawacho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, 150-0042 Japan