Open Studio: Tadasuke Jinno
22 jul 2014 by art:i:curate team
art:i:curate emerging artist Tadasuke Jinno will have his Brooklyn, New York studio open to the public on Friday, July 25th from 6-11pm at Hot Wood Art Center. In addition to the open studios, there will be live music, art performance, and an exhibtion of contemporary art.
'Gate 04' 2014, Epoxy resin and acrylic on canvas
Tadasuke Jinno is a New York based artist from Japan. He is currently pursuing a degree in Painting and Mixed Media at the Art Students League New York. Recent solo and group exhibitions include "Out of Order", Tazza Gallery, New York (2013); "Red Dot Exhibition", Phyllis Harriman Mason Gallery, Art Students League, New York (2013); "In Other Places", Tazza Gallery, New York (2012); "On Discovery", Tazza Gallery, New York (2012); "THE WORKS", Tazza Gallery, New York (2012), etc.
Tadasuke Jinno is an artist-in-residence at NARS Foundation, New York.
View more artworks by Tadasuke Jinno.
'Yellow Triangle' 2013, Urethane and acrylic on canvas
Hot Wood Art Center
481 Van Brunt Street 9B (second Floor) Brooklyn, NY 11231
Opening Reception: July 25, 6-11pm
After Party (11pm): Hometown BBQ
Exhibition: Clear and Present Danger, Claire Lieberman and Jason Maas
Curated By: Megan Suttles
Performance Artist (6-8pm): Maiko Kikuchi
Live Music (8-11pm): Including The Judy Blooms and more
Gallery and open studio dates and times: July 26 - August 17, Saturdays and Sundays 1-6pm
Images courtsey the artist