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Article: 1st "Early Spring Rinka Exhibition" 1/23-1/25 @ Uehara Exhibition


1st "Early Spring Rinka Exhibition" 1/23-1/25 @ Uehara Exhibition

FOOD FOR THOUGHT This is the announcement of the special exhibition in January.

The FOOD FOR THOUGHT Uehara store will hold a special exhibition "Early Spring / Rinka Exhibition" for three days from January 23rd (Sat) to January 25th (Mon).

we think 2021 will be a year to cherish the richness of the lives of yourself and those close to you. "Wealth" does not mean material luxury. It is the "richness" of the heart.

Instead of looking outward, turn your eyes inward, put things you really like around you, and live every day in a place where you and the people close to you feel more comfortable. After 2020, when there were too many changes, I believe that 2021 will be a phase of seeking a new life with such a sense of fulfillment.

This year's FOOD FOR THOUGHT hopes to be a store that offers more hints and awareness of the "richness" of life from around the table than ever before .

Well, at the beginning of 2021, I really wanted to hold this Rinka exhibition!

Rinka's work is very mysterious. In terms of usability, it's the same as the round plate, but with some notches and decorations added, just by naming it Rinka, the character of the work changes 180 degrees. It has a somewhat romantic, auspicious, and anthropomorphic cuteness that round plates don't have. By adding work, communication is naturally born between the creator and the user.

I think there is also an impact on corona. In fact, since last year, we have felt the obvious popularity of the work named "Rinka". I'm sure the customer is subconsciously looking for brightness in the table. "In that case, I want you to find your favorite among the many flowers," and asked the creator. 13 super popular writers have agreed!

There are two creators who I will be working with for the first time this time. They are the first two people that came to my mind in "Rinka". Aya Kameda is an artist known for her gentle colors and delicate reliefs. Eita Kitayama is an artist with a story, such as woodworking with flower reliefs and using camellias from his grandfather as a dye.

Ladies and gentlemen, please look forward to it. In addition, the first day will be a reservation ticket system. Please wait for the next announcement.

The 1st "Early Spring / Rinka Exhibition"

1/23 (Sat) - 1/25 (Mon)


1B, 2-33-4 Uehara, Shibuya-ku, 151-0064

OPEN 11:00~18:00

Participating artists (in Japanese syllabary order, titles omitted)

  • Satoshi Ito
  • Aya Kameda
  • Eita Kitayama
  • Yamato Kobayashi
  • Tomoko Sakai
  • Yuuichi Takemata
  • Funabashi Atsushi
  • Naoko Miura
  • Osamu Mito
  • Yuichi Murakami
  • Yuriko Morioka
  • Ryutaro Yamada
  • Ryohei Yamamoto