"Tetsuya Otani Exhibition" will be held from February 13th to 15th @ Nishiogi!
FOOD FOR THOUGHT Nishiogi will hold a solo exhibition by ceramic artist Tetsuya Otani from Saturday, February 13, 2021 to Monday, February 15, 2021.
A work by Tetsuya Otani that has captured the hearts of many fans. I don't think there is even an explanation. Even at FOOD FOR THOUGHT, until now, all of our products have been sold out as soon as they arrive, so we haven't had the chance to see them in person.
This is Mr. Otani's first solo exhibition at our store, so you can take a look at the full lineup of artists. All are available for purchase, of course. There are pots and vases that are difficult to obtain. It is a very valuable exhibition.
Please feel the "aesthetics of subtraction" that tightens the air just by placing one at the venue.
Tetsuya Otani will be in the gallery on the first day. Please come and see me.
On the first day, the 13th, reservations are required from the opening until 16:00, and only customers who have purchased a ticket can enter. Anyone can enter after 16:00 on the first day, the 14th, and the 15th. If there is a line, it will be a numbered ticket system. In addition, as a countermeasure against infectious diseases, we will limit the number of people entering the store to 8 to 10 at a time. (We will also set a limit on the number of purchases.)
If you can't enter by the closing time, or if the product you want is not available due to sold out. Please understand that there are a limited number of works by popular artists.
"Tetsuya Otani Exhibition" February 13 (Sat) to February 15 (Mon), 2021
11:00~18:00 (Reservation required until 16:00 on the first day only)
FOOD FOR THOUGHT Nishiogi store 〒167-0042
2-9-15 Nishiogi Kita, Suginami-ku Toyosaka Nishiogi Mansion 113
“Tetsuya Otani Exhibition”
on view at FOOD FOR THOUGHT Nishiogi
2/13(SAT) ~ 2/15(MON)
16:00~18:00 on 13th
11:00~18:00 on 14th & 15th
This exhibition features a complete collection of Tesuya Otani, one of Japan's most sought after ceramic artists.
Influenced by traditional Chinese, Korean, and Japanese styles, Otani's works express the intimacy, aggressiveness, and universality at the same time.
FOOD FOR THOUGHT Nishiogi
2-9-15 #113, Nishiogikita