TENGAI 3.0

    2016.10.28 ( fri ) -2016.12.03 ( sat )

    ARTIST 天明屋尚 空山基 淺野健一 伊藤大朗 feebee 加藤美紀 影山萌子


    I ♥ Tools

    2016.10.13 ( thu ) -2016.10.26 ( wed )

    ARTIST 安座上 真紀子

    MONSTER Exhibition

    2016.10.01 ( sat ) -2016.10.07 ( fri )

    Tribeca Art Night

    2016.09.29 ( thu ) -2016.09.29 ( thu )

    ARTIST Yasuo Nomura, Takahiro Yamamoto, Daisuke Takahashi

    The Magic of Kingsglaive and Final Fantasy XV

    2016.08.19 ( fri ) -2016.09.03 ( sat )

    hpgrp GALLERY NEW YORK is pleased to announce a group exhibition “The Magic of Kingsglaive and Final Fantasy XV” from August 19th to September 3rd, 2016.

    Since its initial release in 1987, the FINAL FANTASY series has captured the imaginations of millions around the world. Ahead of the release of the fifteenth installment in the series this September, Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV, a full-length CG feature taking place along the game’s timeline, will be released worldwide.

    This exhibition features film visuals and concept art, as well as illustrations composed for Final Fantasy XV by the renowned Yoshitaka Amano, offering visitors the chance to be among the first to step foot inside this fantastic world.

    For additional information, images, or to request a sample or interview,
    please contact: Andy Cushman | E ac@8op.us


    2016.08.11 ( thu ) -2016.08.14 ( sun )

    ARTIST 澁谷忠臣 郷さとこ


    2016.07.16 ( sat ) -2016.08.06 ( sat )

    ARTIST Ricardo Gonzalez, Yoon Hyup, Kyne and Meguru Yamaguchi

    hpgrp GALLERY NEW YORK より、Ricardo Gonzalez、Yoon Hyup、 Kyne、山口歴によるグループ展「QUEST」の開催をご案内申し上げます。彼らの作品はグラフィティやスケートボード、ヒップホップといったいわゆるストリートカルチャーを色濃く反映しています。コマーシャル・アートとの関連性も深く、グラフィカルで鮮やかな作品を多く生み出しています。

    Here Where We Are

    2016.06.10 ( fri ) -2016.07.02 ( sat )

    ARTIST Liene Bosquê, Sophia Chizuco, Isabelle Garbani, Liesl Pfeer, Claudia Sohrens and Julio Austria

    Curated by Sophia Chizuco

    Featuring work by Liene Bosquê, Sophia Chizuco, Isabelle Garbani, Liesl Pfeer, Claudia Sohrens and Julio Austria (GALLERY KOGURE)

    New York, May 20, 2016 - hpgrp GALLERY NEW YORK and GALLERY KOGURE are pleased to present Here Where We Are, a show of work by Alumni from the New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) Immigrant Artist Mentoring Program curated by Sophia Chizuco. Please join us for a reception with the artists Friday, June 10th from 6 to 8pm to celebrate Immigrant Heritage Month. The exhibition will continue until Saturday, July 2nd with regular gallery hours Tuesday through Saturday, 11:00am-6:00pm.

    Here Where We Are is an exhibition that examines the concepts of “place” and “belonging” from immigrant perspectives. This exhibition brings together the work of six international artists currently working in New York; Liene Bosquê (Brazil), Sophia Chizuco (Japan), Isabelle Garbani (France), Liesl Pfeer (Australia), Claudia Sohrens (Germany), and Julio Austria (Philippines). While ranging in mediums from installation, to print, to photography and paintings, all six artists share the bonds of having met in New York while creating work in keeping with their cultural heritage. These varied works create the Here while the physical exhibition serves as the Where We Are.


    Sophia Chizuco is a multidisciplinary artist based in Brooklyn, New York. Born in Japan, she earned her B.A. in Art and Education from Tokyo Gakugei University. In 2000 she moved to New York to study abstract paintings with Larry Poons at the Art Students League of New York and earned a certicate in painting for her studies. She has since shown throughout New York and internationally. In 2013, 2014 and 2016, Chizuco served as a mentor in NYFA’ s Immigrant Artist Mentoring Program.

    This exhibition is supported by New York Foundation for the Arts.


    Here and There

    2016.05.06 ( fri ) -2016.06.04 ( sat )

    ARTIST Yasuo Nomura

    hpgrp Gallery New York is pleased to announce Here and There, a solo exhibition by Japanese artist Yasuo Nomura, May 6th to June 4th, 2016.
    Nomura’ s body of work enquires into the very essence of pictorial beauty by employing topics from religion, science as well as, in recent years, mathematical elements such as prime numbers and the golden ratio. In this exhibition, he took on the hefty challenge of merging universal themes from mathematics, physics and art, which served him as inspiration for a very distinct and novel collection of paintings.

    Antique Imari porcelain

    2016.03.17 ( thu ) -2016.04.09 ( sat )