RICOH ART GALLERY

INTRODUCTION

EXHIBITION

ARTISTS

ACCESS

ABOUT

StareReap

Coming soon...

We will postpone the April 28's opening of the gallery due to the state of emergency.
The new open date will be announced again soon.

RICOH ART GALLERY will open
at San-ai Dream Center,

a landmark in Ginza,
for a limited time until March 2022.

RICOH ART GALLERY will disseminate
artworks created

through co-creation activities
between world-renowned

artists and technology.

EXHIBITION

EXHIBITION

When retouching the images by hand, the printed base meld with
my paints in a molecular embrace.

My practice as an artist is a constant pursuit of these
organic moments when material syncs with inner mental vision.

- I find myself eager to savor all the new flavors that stand to
be culled from the StareReap -

by Kazuki UMEZAWA

■Outline of the Exhibition
Solo exhibition:Kazuki Umezawa
Image, Aroundscape, Particle
Cooperation:CASHI

Date:Schedule under adjustment
Plase:RICOH ART GALLERY
Close:Sunday, Monday, National Holidays

ARTIST

Photo by Shintaro Yamanaka(Qsyum!)

ARTIST

Kazuki UMEZAWA

Born in Saitama Prefecture in 1985.
Graduated from Musashino Art University,

Department of Imaging Arts and Sciences.
Reconstruct the images scattered on the Internet and express the feeling of
confronting the overwhelming amount of information on a chaotic screen.
Belongs to CASHI.
The main exhibitions are Black Omen(2021, Cashi),
Tokyo Pop Underground (2019, Jeffrey Deich), TOKYO 2021 un
/real engine – Engineering of Mourning (2019, TODA BUILDING),
Weavers of Worlds – A Century of Flux in Japanese Modern
/ Contemporary Art – (2019, The Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo),
HYPER LANDSCAPE KAZUKI UMEZAWA x TAKU OBATA (2018,
Watari-Um Museum), neo X death (2018, AISHONANZUKA) etc.

AND MORE

ACCESS

ACCESS

〒104-0061
5-7-2 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
San-ai Dream Center Building 8th Floor / 9th Floor

■Closing day
Sunday, Monday, National Holidays

Requests to visitors:
• Please refrain from visiting the gallery if you have a fever or cold symptoms.
• Please wear a mask and disinfect your hands with alcohol.
• Admission may be restricted if a large number of visitors come at once.
• Please keep a social distance from other visitors in the gallery.
• Please do not touch the art works.

ABOUT

ABOUT

San-ai Dream Center is located at the 4-chome intersection of central Ginza.
The eighth and ninth floors of this cylindrical building,
long an icon of the Ginza district,
will be hosting RICOH ART GALLERY until March 2022.



RICOH ART GALLERY is a space devoted to artworks created
using StareReap’s ‘2.5D’ printing technology.

When the visions of global artists come into contact with technology,
it causes a chemical reaction that yields new works of art.
RICOH ART GALLERY will be holding contemporary art exhibitions and
other event programs that harness its location in Ginza.



The Ginza 4-chome intersection is a place where all kinds of
culture and contexts converge.

There RICOH ART GALLERY will crystalize the moments when
artist inspiration encounters Ricoh technology.

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Presenting new opportunities to interact with art
Making art a bigger part of people’s lives
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