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Daimaru Shinsaibashi Store Participating for the first time in “Osaka Art & Design 2024” to enliven Osaka with art! Holding multiple art events including the 8th edition

Daimaru Matsuzakaya Department Store Co., Ltd.
[Daimaru Shinsaibashi Store] Participating for the first time in “Osaka Art & Design 2024” to enliven Osaka with art! -ART
SHINSAIBASHI-Holding multiple art events including the 8th edition ■Wednesday, May 29, 2024 → Tuesday, June 25, 2024
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Daimaru Shinsaibashi store is participating in Osaka Art & Design 2024, one of the largest touring area events ever. Under the theme of “Resonance ~ Expansion of Resonance ~”, artworks that resonate with each other and create resonance beyond attributes and fields will be gathered at the Daimaru Shinsaibashi store. Several art events will be held, including a charity auction by artists associated with Daimaru and the 8th event – ART SHINSAIBASHI. Please enjoy it at the venue.
[Image 1: https://prtimes.jp/i/25003/2491/resize/d25003-2491-0b8de3bca8035d54c31b-16.jpg&s3=25003-2491-8839c3e6d5d6b3a186a9e7bd77f3ad0d-3352×1542.jpg ]
Shinsaibashi PARCO 14th floor “SPACE14” June 13th (Thursday) → June 18th (Tuesday)
[Image 2: https://prtimes.jp/i/25003/2491/resize/d25003-2491-e8fa726c6103AB74A1-1.jpg &s3=25003-25003-24999A40B531C22222B6DB0FE2F58B 146F9-1162X1410.jpg] Hidehiko Kado “help4today hope4tomorrow” 61×73cm Acrylic, crayon Born in Nagasaki City in 1971. Coda was raised by deaf parents and creates art using the sign language that he has been familiar with since childhood. He has released many works based on the concept of “TALKING HANDS/HAND TALK.” His works are characterized by sign language motifs and pop illustrations of animals expressing sign language.
[Image 3: https://prtimes.jp/i/25003/2491/resize/d25003-2491-4d24A250BA66d9-2.jpg &s3=25003-2491-6f7D12FADB9BFF251A49E2082 b92f6-3900×3900.jpg] Oga Ben “Milky Way” S6 Akira on canvas
Born in 1971 in Matsuyama City, Ehime Prefecture. Expressing introspective themes with humorous shapes and soft colors. “Ogre Blue”, symbolized by the layers of colors, is a color that only he can express, and depicts a unique worldview that appeals to a wide range of age groups.
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Born in Kanagawa Prefecture in 1985. His works are full of intimacy and humor and are expressed with vivid colors and bold, powerful lines. He works on a wide range of artwork, including collaborations with FILA, COACH, and STARWARS, CD jackets for musicians, merchandise illustrations, and mural art.
Shinsaibashi PARCO 14th floor “PARCO GALLERY” June 13th (Thursday) → June 18th (Tuesday)
A collection of works by popular contemporary artists!
[Image 5: https://prtimes.jp/i/25003/2491/resize/d25003-2491-2fc40781ca3407d64faa-6.jpg&s3=25003-2491-6de013a05328903a68d9cdac263d88e4-1037×1400.jpg] Mr. Brainwash “Einstein” 76.2 x 55.8cm Silkscreen on paper, mixed media 2023
[Image 6: https://prtimes.jp/i/25003/2491/resize/d25003-2491-672baf0f0e597204d0ee-7.jpg&s3=25003-2491-3ed30a41f6c568b726b5b76eeee0e8aa-2517×2500.jpg] Dolk “Red Chief with Dolk stencil” 65×65cm silk screen, stencil ed.1/1 2021 Also gathered are works by other famous contemporary artists, Andy Warhol, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Yayoi Kusama, Takashi Murakami, Yoshitomo Nara, and Kohei Nawa!
Daimaru Shinsaibashi Store Main building 4th, 5th, and 6th floors, in front of each escalator May 29th (Wednesday) → June 25th (Tuesday) ■Charity auction by artists associated with Daimaru
A dream project was realized with the cooperation of three artists who are connected to Daimaru. Works created for Daimaru will be on display in the store during the period. The work will be put up for sale in an online charity auction. All proceeds from the charity auction will be donated to the 2020 Noto Peninsula Earthquake Relief Fund through the Japanese Red Cross Society. You can also see messages of support from them at the venue.
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Donald Robertson “Ginko Love” approx. 115 x 60 cm (with frame) During the Daimaru Shinsaibashi store’s 4th anniversary promotion, a fashion art created for the inside of the store, inspired by the ginkgo trees along Midosuji Street.
Known as “Drawbertson” on Instagram, he is a pop artist who provides work to a variety of industries and media. In March 2019, he created an art piece for the commercial facility “Hudson Yards” that opened in New York. In December 2023, he published a collection of his works, “SOFA KING GREAT”, which has been well received.
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Rob Ryan “This is for you” approx. 30cm x 30cm (with frame)
Cutout art of starlings and gift boxes created for Daimaru Matsuzakaya Department Store’s 2012 Christmas promotion.
Born in Cyprus in 1962. Lives in London. Studied fine art at Trent College of Art in England, then specialized in printmaking at the Royal College of Art. Since 2002, he has been creating works using paper-cutting techniques. He has also collaborated with many companies, including Fortnum & Mason and Paul Smith. In 2018, he published a collection of his works, “I Thought About It In My Head And I Felt It In My Heart But I Made It With My Hands.”
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Jason Brooks “A New Story Begins” approx. 52 x 36 cm (with frame) A new sketch data of the exterior of the new main building created at the grand opening of Daimaru Shinsaibashi store will be printed on the campus. The print is signed by the person himself.
Born in London in 1969. Studied graphic design and illustration at St. Martin’s University of the Arts in London. After graduating, he attended the Royal College of Art and earned a master’s degree. He has worked on numerous projects for high-end fashion magazines such as “Vogue” and “ELLE” as well as luxury brands. While being one of the first to introduce computers to the field of fashion illustration and specializing in digital illustrations, he also published the “Sketchbook” series of drawings from his travels, “London,” “Paris,” and “New York.”
Daimaru Shinsaibashi store main building 1st floor Midosuji side event space June 5th (Wednesday) → June 25th (Tuesday)
■Modern Art POP-UP STORE June 5th (Wednesday) → June 11th (Tuesday) A lineup of works by promising young artists that you can’t miss!
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Kohei Ohmae “Blue Star Flower Language ‘Believing Heart'” S10 Acrylic
[Image 11: https://prtimes.jp/i/25003/2491/resize/d25003-2491-ae468fe11ce3d53f43cf-12.jpg&s3=25003-2491-a5338bcb8ee9e55b9b09e8f57be6de34-2652×2652.jpg] Kohei Niino “Drop#vanilla3” S6, pigment, glue, Japanese paper, 2023 ■THE ART WALLS by AND COLLECTION June 12th (Wednesday) → June 18th (Tuesday) A wide selection of works by popular artists who liven up the world’s art scene.
[Image 12: https://prtimes.jp/i/25003/2491/resize/d25003-2491-147ff7dd5d8ef5e9f5b6-13.jpg&s3=25003-2491-30490cec604e4352158bebad616d07ee-1100×730.jpg] Mr. Brainwash “Work Well Together” 61 x 91cm Unique original drawing Silkscreen mixed media on paper
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Stephen Wilson “Hermes Gypsy” 30×30cm Unique original box, 3D embroidery ■Charles Fazzino 3D Art Exhibition June 19th (Wednesday) → June 25th (Tuesday) A leading figure in 3D pop art. Check out the colorful and pop three-dimensional works that everyone can enjoy.
[Image 14: https://prtimes.jp/i/25003/2491/resize/d25003-2491-b756bee045294b8cd2e5-15.jpg&s3=25003-2491-9a8d6beb62af4f5796c6b3a9e8ad6ff9-1200×1198.jpg] Charles Fagino “Big Apple History” Approximately 111 x 111 cm Giclee 3D print Daimaru Shinsaibashi Store Main Building 8th Floor Rest Space Wednesday, May 29th → Tuesday, June 25th *Closed all day on Saturday, June 15th and Sunday, June 16th
■CHOP POP Let’s Get Out of This Country
The music video for British band Camera Obscura’s “Let’s Get Out Of This Country” was produced as a paper cover version over two years starting in 2015. This time, approximately 50 of the original drawings will be exhibited and sold, and a portion of the proceeds will be donated to Starter Packs Glasgow.
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CHOP POP started production activities in 2008. The artist’s name comes from his favorite English phrase “Chop Chop” (Hurry! Hurry!). Influenced by UK/US Indie Rock, especially the Glasgow music scene. Exhibitions are scheduled to be held in New York in April 2024 and in Glasgow in August.
Daimaru Shinsaibashi Store Main Building 8th Floor Earl Glorie Gallery of Osaka June 12th (Wednesday) → June 19th (Wednesday)
■French Artist Collection Exhibition Special feature on Wan Mizer and Cat Noir A special feature on street artists who are active in Paris and around the world. Don’t miss this opportunity to see these powerful works.
[Image 16: https://prtimes.jp/i/25003/2491/resize/d25003-2491-ada4080dafd93e645c32-17.jpg&s3=25003-2491-80f7c5ad519264127b2be40bed5fe205-3900×3376.jpg] One Miser “Became Eternal with Pearls” 54×55cm Mixed Media
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Chat Noir “Chat Point Amour” 60 x 60cm Acrylic
Have a moment to experience art! -event information-
-EVENT1-Oga Ben Poetry and Art Book Publication Special Live “Sora of the Heart” *Reservation required
A live performance was held to commemorate the publication of poet and painter Ogre Ben’s second collection of poems and paintings. Please enjoy the unique worldview that evokes a gentle sense of nostalgia along with the many works in the collection of poems and paintings. Cast: Oga Ben (reading), Saki Oshitani (Vo, Key), Mitsuru Kuramoto (Gu) Date and time: June 15th (Saturday) from 2:00 p.m., from 4:00 p.m. (approximately 30-45 minutes each time)
Location: Shinsaibashi PARCO 14th floor SPACE14 “Ogre Ben” booth Capacity: First 20 people (advance reservation required) *Registration will close as soon as the capacity is reached.
How to apply: Applications will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis from the URL below.
https://daimaru-shinsaibashi-event.resv.jp/direct_calendar.php?direct_id=35 Application period: June 7th (Friday) → June 14th (Friday) 15:00 -EVENT2-Smile Talking Hands Hidehiko Kado Live Painting
“Through art, I want to convey the joy of sign language and the importance of communication.”
Pay attention to the live painting filled with the artist’s thoughts. Date and time: June 15th (Sat) and 16th (Sun) each day from 13:00 and 15:00 (approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes each time)
Location: Shinsaibashi PARCO 14th floor SPACE 14 “Hidehiko Mon” booth No reservation required, free entry and exit
*Entry may be restricted when it is crowded.
-EVENT3-SHETA Live Painting
A performance by an artist from Shonan based on the theme of “LOVE & PEACE”! Pop and unique pieces will be created right before your eyes. Date and time: June 15th (Sat) and 16th (Sun) 13:00 to 16:00 (with break in the middle)
Location: Shinsaibashi PARCO 14th floor SPACE 14 “SHETA” booth No reservation required, free entry and exit
*Entry may be restricted when it is crowded.
More details about this release:
https://prtimes.jp/main/html/rd/p/000002491.000025003.html



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