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Jyunishi (zodiac from Japan) Art Exhibition

BY Tap Gallery Sydney | 05-Mar-2020
12 zodiac animals are depicted in a collaboration between ten Japanese artists, 1 german and 1 italian artist.
Each artist has chosen one of the Jyunishi animals to depict in their chosen medium (acrylic on canvas or paper, watercolour, digital art, marker pen etc.).
Venue: Tap Gallery Sydney
Address: level1 / 259 riley st surryhills nsw 2016
Date: 23mar2020 till 29mar2020
Time: 12-6pm daily
Ticket: FREE
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Jyunishi (zodiac from Japan) Art Exhibition
japanese zodiac by surrealpete. Image to illustrate show & for info /promo purposes only
In Japan, every year is assigned one of twelve animals to represent the year; Mouse, Cow, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Ram, Monkey, Bird, Dog, and Boar.

These animals are know as Jyunishi (12 Animals of the Zodiac). These twelve animals are depicted here in a collaboration between ten Japanese artists, one German artist, and one Italian artist;

Each artist has chosen one of the Jyunishi animals to depict in their chosen medium (acrylic on canvas or paper, watercolour, digital art, marker pen etc.).

Many of the artists will be showing their work in Australia for the first time, and some for the first time outside of Japan.

This is a unique exhibition is a collaboration between the following artists; Yuki Maru
Sayae Kuroki
Hiryu Shima
Hiromi Saji
Nadine Eleni Kolodziey, (Adobe creative resident)
Chiipuri Sakuma
Serena Della Bona
Miho Fukuoka
Akiko Asano
Koki Oguma
Kazuo Shigeta, aka Tokinoirodori, (Liquitex Partner)
Yuuta Kuroda

Accompanying the artworks is a short children’s story which viewers can follow as they walk through the exhibition. The story will also be available as a picture book with 100% of the proceeds from the book going to WIRES (Wildlife Rescue).

Read more about this exhibition. Here is the address; http://jyunishi-exhibition.cafepatina.jp

The exhibition runs from Monday 23rd to Sunday 29th of March, 12-6pm at TAP Gallery, Red Room (259 Riley St, Surry Hills)