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Rivita Co., Ltd. “KAIKA Tokyo by THE SHARE HOTELS”, a fusion of art storage and hotels | “KAIKA TOKYO AW ARD 2024” award-winning works and selected works have been decided

[Rivita Co., Ltd.] “KAIKA TOKYO by THE SHARE HOTELS”, a fusion of art storage and hotels | “KAIKA TOKYO
AWARD 2024” award-winning works and selected works have been decided.
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Press release: March 29, 2024
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“KAIKA TOKYO by THE SHARE HOTELS” is a fusion of art storage and hotel | “KAIKA TOKYO AWARD
2024” award-winning works and selected works have been decided. *From a total of 287 entries, 17 pieces will be selected to be stored and exhibited for two years.The grand prize goes to Hana Tobari, the Yuji Akimoto Prize goes to Yasuya Kurashiki, and the Junya Yamamine Prize goes to Atsushi Adachi*
Revita Co., Ltd., which renovates society and lifestyles and creates a prosperous future for you and the environment (Head office: Meguro-ku, Tokyo, Representative Director and President: Hasegawa)
Kazunori (hereinafter referred to as “Rivita”) is “KAIKA Tokyo by THE SHARE”, a fusion of art storage and hotel operated in the Asakusa area of ​​Tokyo.
HOTELS (pronunciation: KAIKA TOKYO by the Share Hotels) has launched a new project called KAIKA TOKYO, which aims to discover talented artists.
AWARD
2024” will be held. The judges were Mr. Yuji Akimoto (Professor Emeritus of Tokyo University of the Arts) and Mr. Junya Yamamine (Representative Director of NYAW Co., Ltd.), and selected 3 winning works and 14 winning works from a total of 287 entries. . From March 2024, the selected works and 17 award-winning works will be published in “KAIKA
It will be stored and exhibited at the “Tokyo” museum for
approximately two years.
* [KAIKA TOKYO AWARD special site] * *
https://www.thesharehotels.com/kaika/award/*

Hana Tobari’s work “MASS” won the “KAIKA TOKYO AWARD 2024 Grand Prize” ■* “KAIKA TOKYO AWARD 2024” event overview*
“KAIKA TOKYO” aims to discover talented artists.
AWARD” is held once every two years. The works selected by the jury will be stored and exhibited for approximately two years at this facility, which is visited by guests from Japan and abroad.
Application period: December 11, 2023 (Monday) to February 11, 2024 (Sunday) ・Judges: Yuji Akimoto (Professor Emeritus, Tokyo University of the Arts/Special Director, 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa/Professor Emeritus, National Tainan University of the Arts/Art Critic), Junya Yamamine (Representative Director of NYAW Co., Ltd.)
・Planning and operation office: artness Co., Ltd.
・Sponsor: Revita Co., Ltd.
* Organizer’s comment *
“KAIKA TOKYO” was held for the third time this year.
AWARD, we received many applications for attractive installation proposals that skillfully take advantage of the museum’s spatial characteristics and atmosphere. It was particularly impressive that we received entries from a variety of genres, including not only two-dimensional works but also three-dimensional works and media works. During the previous two awards held during the coronavirus pandemic, works that were exhibited in our collection were exhibited at other museums after being selected, and we received inquiries from customers using our museum about purchasing works. Even after the coronavirus subsides, we hope that such opportunities will increase even more during the two-year storage and exhibition period, and we will continue to provide opportunities for artists to spread their wings.

■* About award-winning works and jury comments*
* KAIKA TOKYO AWARD 2024 Grand Prize “MASS” Tobari Hana*
・Jury Comment Yuji Akimoto
Mr. Tobari’s work is made of iron, and is shaped like a cube by intertwining countless thin pieces of iron. It has a mysterious, living feeling, as if it is being absorbed by the energy of a plant that seems to be growing without a track, and the contrast with the geometric form is interesting. It was a work that gave me a sense of quiet madness.
・Judge comment Junya Yamamine
Mr. Tobari’s works are created in such a way that they spread out from the center, and he said that he expressed the beauty of nature, but in reality we rarely find ourselves in the nature of a primeval forest. Nature that has been cut out like a hedge is often seen as “nature.” I felt that it was important to take what I had created as if it were nature and cut it into a square, artificial shape, and to have contradictory things coexist within one.
“MASS” Hana Tobari
*Tobari Hana*
Born in Tokyo in 1993
2018 Completed Sculpture Department, Graduate School of Fine Arts, Tama Art University

* KAIKA TOKYO AWARD 2024 Yuji Akimoto Award *
* “Transiton #Ophelia” Kurashiki Aya* / * Kurashiki Aya*
・Jury Comment Yuji Akimoto
Kurashiki’s work is a collage of scenes from Millet’s “Ophelia” spliced ​​together with images of adult actresses. While quoting historical works, it covers the way Japan’s adult industry is perceived from overseas and social issues surrounding women. His explanations were clear and easy to understand from beginning to end, and the size of the work was impressive, giving me a sense of the completeness of the work.
“Transiton #Ophelia” Aya Kurashiki
*Aya Kurashiki*
Born in Hyogo Prefecture in 1993
2020 Graduated from Tokyo University of the Arts, Graduate School of Fine Arts, Department of Oil Painting
* KAIKA TOKYO AWARD 2024 Junya Yamamine Award *
* “Apollo 11_Ham the Chimp” Atsushi Adachi* / * Atsushi Adachi* ・Judge comment Junya Yamamine
Mr. Adachi’s works are based on historical facts in which chimpanzees and dogs were sent into space. I didn’t wear a space suit because I don’t do extravehicular activities, but it is a fictional work based on magazines and newspapers from the time. He uses a method called “appropriation,” in which forms, materials, and contexts are layered to create a new context, and the details are outstanding, and I felt particularly passionate about collecting magazines and newspapers from the time.
“Apollo 11_Ham the Chimp” Atsushi Adachi
* Atsushi Adachi *
Born in Yokosuka City in 1988.
2014 Graduated from Tokyo Zokei University, Department of Fine Arts, Department of Sculpture
■* About other winning works*

In addition to the three award-winning works, 14 works were selected as winning works. For approximately two years from March 2024, the winning works will be stored and displayed in the facility’s common areas and some guest rooms. (In alphabetical order. Numbers are image numbers)
1) “Weaving pictures of memories” Goro Ishimori
2) “self-portrait – 1783mm” Kantaro Isezaki
3) “Love Your Neighbor” Shinji Ihara
4) “Oshinabete” Koichi Ohno
5) “trace” Masayoshi Katagiri
6) “Undiscovered Asteroid Observatory_Koganecho Autumn Bazaar” Miya Kaneko 7) “Rest” Kawabata Masayuki
8) “Narcissism” Kawabe Kumi
9) “EASY COME, EASY GO!!” KIMU
10) “Two -dancer-” Yusuke Tsuchiya
11) “New God-IV” Kimi Yazawa
12) “Observer’s Forecast of the Future” YuuuRA
13) “Where shall we go? (Higashiyama/Kyoto/Winter)” Liisa
14) “Let’s go to the next town (Wakayama, Autumn)” Liisa

■About *KAIKA Tokyo*
“KAIKA Tokyo by THE SHARE
HOTELS (*1) is a new base for contemporary art that combines art storage for public storage of artworks and a hotel. In a space converted from a former warehouse building, there are 9 art storage spaces for an art gallery (*2) and a public exhibition called KAIKA We store and display works collected through the TOKYO AWARD, providing a new viewing experience for guests from Japan and abroad in a place that feels like behind the scenes of the art scene.
*1: The name “KAIKA” has the meaning of “open shelf,” meaning a storage room that can be seen, and also incorporates the desire to spread and “enlighten” Japanese art culture and support the
“blossoming” of artists’ talents. I am.
*2: ArtSticker, CLEAR GALLERY TOKYO, PARCEL, TOMIO KOYAMAPRIVATE, VOILLD, Yoshimi Arts, YUMIKO CHIBA ASSOCIATES (Alphabetical order, as of March 2024) 1F Art Storage Photo by Takumi Ota
One of the guest rooms (Superior 4) Photo by Takumi Ota
・Facility name: KAIKA Tokyo by THE SHARE HOTELS (reading: KAIKA TOKYO by THE SHARE HOTELS)
・Opening date: July 15, 2020
・Location: 2-16-5 Honjo, Sumida-ku, Tokyo
・Access: 8 minutes walk from Asakusa Station on the Toei Asakusa Line, 9 minutes walk from Honjo Azumabashi Station, 9 minutes walk from Kuramae Station on the Toei Oedo Line
・Number of rooms: 73 rooms
・Capacity: 239 people
■About THE SHARE HOTELS
A lifestyle hotel brand launched by Revita Co., Ltd. in March 2016. First store in 2016 “HATCHi
Kanazawa”, 2017 “LYURO Tokyo Kiyosumi”, “HakoBA Hakodate”, “KUMU Kanazawa”, 2018 “RAKURO Kyoto”, 2019 “TSUGU”
We opened Kyoto Sanjo, KIRO Hiroshima, and KAIKA Tokyo in 2020, and our 9th store, MIROKU Nara, opened in 2021.
“SHARING WITH LOCALS”
THE SHARE HOTELS is a hotel brand that aims to coexist with the local community. We create hotels together with cultural players from all over Japan, and create places open to the local community that can serve as a place for people to gather and participate in activities.
When you visit here, you’ll not only get a feel for the current atmosphere of the area, but you’ll also have the chance to meet new people and take part in unique events.

We will continue to contribute to the creation of a new culture by collecting and conveying its charm through diverse sharing with the local community, and giving back to the local community. That is the type of hotel we are aiming for.

■* About Revita Co., Ltd.*

Established as a company that renovates society and lifestyle and creates a prosperous future for you and the environment. Our management vision is to “continue to create the next common sense in real estate,” and we plan and sell condominiums and single-family houses, renovation consulting businesses, investment businesses, shared rental housing, commercial facilities, and public facilities. We are involved in management, PM/sublease business, hotel business, and office business.

Currently, we have a track record of planning and supplying 1,676 units in 50 buildings for whole building renovation projects. In the renovation condominium business, “R100
Tokyo”, we have a track record of planning and supplying 1,174 single-unit condominium renovations. In addition, the shared rental housing “Share Place” currently operates 1,201 rooms in 19 buildings in the suburbs of Tokyo.
In addition, the shared complex facility “the” in Kanda, Tokyo C”, and “BUKATSUDO”, a shared space in the city where adult club activities are born, we are also involved in the planning, production, and management of many projects that expand the concept of living to include “work,” “play,” and “learning.” In March 2016, we started the hotel business, and the hotel business opened nationwide. SHARE
HOTELS” has opened 9 stores. In addition, from 2021, we will start our office business in earnest and develop the “12” series of offices that make your life more flexible (as of March 2023).
Name: Revita Co., Ltd.
Established: 2005 (Keio Group since 2012)
Representative Director and President: Kazunori Hasegawa
Address: MT2 Building, 1-12-23 Mita, Meguro-ku, Tokyo
URL: https://www.rebita.co.jp
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