Study artfair 2022

+1art will participate to "Art Fair" of Study:Osaka Kansai International Art fair 2022 .

 Vernissage(Invitation Only): 4 February (Fri.)* Last entry 30 minutes before closing
 General Public: 5 February (Sat.) - 6 February (Sun.)

>Grand Front Osaka North Building 1F Knowledge Plaza

ISHIBASHI Shiro(painting)
TANAKA Hiroyuki(objects using book)
Mikołaj Poliński(painting)

>Study:Osaka Kansai International Art fair

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Tone  1050x1750xD50mm 2021 hemp paper, glue, mineral pigments, black ink
(photo by Takeru Koroda)

The paintings drawn by Ishibashi, who is familiar with the characteristics of Japanese painting materials, look gray (plural). The light that hits the screen on which particles such as mineral pigments are layered is intricately refracted or diffusely reflected and reaches the viewer's eyes, visualizing an intermediate sensation in reality.




1981 Born in Osaka, Japan
2005 Kyoto City University of Arts, B.A. Fine Art Painting
2007 Kyoto City University of Arts, M.A. Fine Art Painting

Selected Solo Exhibitions
2021 “Gray in Light” +1art, Osaka
2019 “Painting / Luminance” Galerie Ashiya Schule
2019 “Gray in Light” Kaho Gallery, Kyoto
2018 “Space, Light” Gallery Kei-fu, Kyoto

Selected Group Exhibitions
2021 Their point of view from KYOTO Omisima Museum, Ehime
2021 Kyoto Nihonga Shin-Ten 2021 Museum Eki Kyoto
2020 Group Show “Toumei” 2kw Gallery, Shiga
2019 Gei-bunkyo Ex “Tsunagu” Kyoto Art Center
2018 Selected Artists in Kyoto “Kyoto Art for Tomorrow” The Museum of Kyoto
2017 The 7th Shingo Hoshino Prize The Museum of Toyohashi, Aichi
2017 Inscribe/Circumscribe +1art, Osaka
2016 Dojima River Award 2016 Dojima River Forum, Osaka

2021 Kyoto Nihonga Shin-Ten 2021 1st Prize Museum Eki Kyoto
2014 The 1st Syoku NIhonga Shin-Ten 2nd Prize Museum Eki Kyoto
2013 Tokyo Wonder Wall 2013 1st Prize Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo

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TSUGITSUGI NO TSU 200 x 135x20 mm 2021 book

Hiroyuki Tanaka creates various objects using old books as materials.Printed on the pages of the book, such as "Tsu" of hiragana and "One after another" with only the line spacing left and the others cut off, "Language sample beyond the grove" expressed with only punctuation marks and line spacing left. Tanaka's work, which is interested in the attributes of letters as forms or substances, quietly shakes our belief that letters are a means of mediating meaning, and also reminds us of the mysterious possibilities of words.

TANAKA Hiroyuki

TANAKA Hiroyuki


1960 Born in Shiga
1982 Graduated from Shiga University

I started with painting, and then became interested in the unique materiality of "sound" and "form"of "words" and "letters", and since the mid-1990s I have been making objects and installations using old books as materials.

solo exhibition
2019 “existing in words”gallery16 (Kyoto)
2018 “words specimens of behind the trees” gallery16 (Kyoto)
2014 “creatures in words” gallery16 (Kyoto)
2013 “Hiroyuki Tanaka The unfolding world of words and letters from used books” Itami City Craft Center(Hyogo Prefecture)
2013 “words specimens.” dojima rhizome (Osaka)
1985~1989,1995~2012 held annually gallery16 (Kyoto)

group exhibition
2021 “Paper Morphology” +1art (Osaka)
2020 “Paper Objects Exhibition” gallery land’s End (Hyogo Prefecture)  and others
2020 “Minoh no mori Art walk 2020” Minoh National Park (Osaka)
2019 “Haiku×Art/Iga Ueno 2019” Kiyusukoudou (Mie Prefecture)
2017 “Haiku×Art 2017” Irimajirikejutaku (Mie Prefecture),Hououkaikan (Hyogo Prefecture),Seisikan (Inagawa Town, Kawabe District, Hyogo Prefecture)
2016 “Haiku×Art in Sasayama 2016” Kiyusitukawa Elementary school (Hyogo Prefecture)
2015 “Far and near method of echo Hiroyuki Tanaka・Chitose Noguchi” +1art (Osaka)
2015 “heart-hitting DM” +1art (Osaka)
2015 “Gifu Ogaki Biennale 2015 -cracks of daily life-” IAMAS (Gifu Prefecture)
2013 “Summer Memories Forest Dream mysterious creatures” Yamazaki Mazak Museum (Nagoya)
2004 “read prints -Adventure of layers of images and color” Bunpoudou gallery (Tokyo)
2002 “The Book/viewing week” gallery16 (Kyoto)
1988 “IBM biwako Contemporary Painting Exhibition” order grand prix Shiga Prefectural Museum of Modern Art (Shiga Prefecture)
1984 “6th back Japan Emba Art exhibition” Emba Tyugoku Museum of Modern Art(Hyogo Prefecture)

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3MAA 120m

3MAA 120m 300x300xD162mm 2019 Acrylic with Dry pigments on Linen canvases, wooden box

Mikołaj Poliński creates an original space with paintings and various objects under the theme of the relationship between music and visual arts.Mikołaj's works are always completed with the space, such as installations in which the space is upside down with drawings and found objects, and self-made pentagonal structures and sound performances.The image is a work in which three aintings are housed in a wooden box.The numbers in the box represent the latitude and longitude points that became the motif of the work.

Mikołaj Poliński

Mikołaj Poliński


Born 1977, Poznan. Graduated from the University of Arts in Poznan and studied at the Universität der Künste in BerlinWorks in the fields of painting, drawing and installation and is concerned with the relationship between the visual arts, music and sound. Professor at the University of Arts in Poznan.

Selected Exhibitions : "19 Shades of Grey" (Galeria MuzalewskaPoznan, 2019), "5 movements" (+1art, Osaka, 2018), "Utopia Pavilion - Ise" (Contemporary Art Museum Ise, 2015), Alternative Views, (Haus am Lützowplatz Berlin, 2015), "Beyond Corrupted Eye(Zacheta – National Gallery of Art in Warsaw, 2012)