"Taku Nagaki solo exhibition" 5/21 (Sat.) ~ 5/25 (Wed.) Uehara store *Exhibition period extended!
From 5/21 (Sat.) to 5/25 (Wed.), the FOOD FOR THOUGHT Uehara store will hold the first solo exhibition of glass artist Taku Nagaki, who is active in Matsumoto City, Nagano Prefecture.
Mr. Nagaki's work, which has been well received at FOOD FOR THOUGHT, will finally hold his first solo exhibition at our store.
Mr. Nagaki says, "It doesn't matter if there are only a few traces of handiwork or hand marks. I don't want my work to be the main character, so I let the customer use it and hand it over to someone else to complete my work."
While each individual piece is a presence that complements the leading role, it has a beautiful sense of unity when viewed as a mass. I think this is a group of works that should be systematically viewed at a solo exhibition.
The charm of Nagaki's work is that it has a simple design that eliminates waste, but does not have the hardness of glass , but rather has a gentle roundness and warmth.
And the highlight of this exhibition is a special vase that we made a special order for FOOD FOR THOUGHT! This vase is a size that is easy to use on the table. Not only flowers, but also greenery from the garden and herbs used in the kitchen can be used in a large amount. This is an item that can only be obtained at this solo exhibition, so please look forward to it.
In addition, there are a wide variety of items, including plates, bowls, glasses, domes and compotes, bottles, flower vases, and other works unique to solo exhibitions.
Available in 3 colors: gray, amber, and clear. Refreshing gray is the most popular at our store. Chic amber can be enjoyed in any season. And this is the first introduction at our store that can be used regardless of the color of the ingredients .
From now on, let's enjoy the dining table with Mr. Nagaki's glasses for the summer.
All the staff are waiting for you to come!
"Taku Nagaki solo exhibition"
5/21 (Sat) ~ 5/25 (Wed)
FOOD FOR THOUGHT Uehara store 〒151-0064
2-33-4 Uehara, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo