'Whenever I am Silent' by Masakutsu Kondo at All Visual Arts, 4-31 May 2012

'Whenever I am Silent' by Masakutsu Kondo at All Visual Arts, 4-31 May 2012

All Visual Arts are proud to introduce an exhibition of paintings by acclaimed Japanese artist, Masakatsu Kondo. Whenever I am Silent is a meditation on the artifice of nature, exploring the space between the perceived and the real. From still, unsettling landscapes inspired by traditional Japanese composition to the more lyrical new works being exhibited for the first time.

Masakatsu Kondo was born in Nagoya, Japan in 1962. Since graduating from the Slade School of Fine Art in 1993 he has continued to live and work in London. He has exhibited internationally, both solo and as part of group shows, competing in the John Moores Exhibition at the Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool (1997 and 1999), the Granada Foundation Prize at the Whiteworth Art Gallery, Manchester (1993), Prime at the Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery (2000) and Nature in the Dream at the Tatebayashi Museum of Art, Gunma(2006). Selected solo exhibitions include; Botany (2003) and Bridge (2007) at David Risley Gallery, London; Masakatsu Kondo at Mid Pennine Gallery, Burley (2002); Whenever I Am Silent, All Visual Arts, London (2012).

For more information please contact

Camilla Cole:  ccole@allvisualarts.org

+44 (0)20 7843 0412 

Private view 3rd May 7 – 9 pm

Open 4th May – 31st May 2012

Tuesday – Saturday 10 – 6pm

 

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Published on Mon 30 Apr 2012

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