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goldie H.P.FRANCE Hakata Opening New Store Location

November 21 2017

goldie H.P.FRANCE Hakata will be reopening on the accessories floor of Hakata Hankyu (3F) on Wednesday, November 22. The new space has a calming feel, similar to that of a library, and is filled with items by European creators, each with their own story. To celebrate the reopening, Aprosio & Co’s limited edition accessories will available for purchase in-store from the same day. We hope to see you there!

*Limited edition items will be offered while supplies last

Date:
Wednesday, November 22, 2017

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Sweet Pea’s Fabulous Fringe Collection at H.P.F, CHRISTOPHER NEW YORK

November 15 2017

Sweet Pea’s Fabulous Fringe Collection and their early holiday selection will arrive to H.P.F, CHRISTOPHER. The designer, Siobhan O’Neill will come for trunk show from London.

Siobhan O’Neill handcrafts fine jewelry from 18k gold, diamonds, pearls and colored gemstones. Influenced by the fashion and music of 1970’s London punk scene, Hollywood stars of the 1940’s and 50’s and the glamour of haute couture, she began creating unique designs for rising stars John Galliano and Alexander McQueen. In 1991 she established Sweet Pea, soon after opening her Primrose Hill workshop and boutique. With an understated chic, Sweet Pea creates timeless jewelry with a twist of couture.

Date:
November 17th Friday & 18th Saturday, 2017
Meet the designer, Siobhan O’Neill  November 18th Saturday, 2017 3-7pm

Venue:
H.P.F, CHRISTOPHER
98 Christopher Street
New York, NY 10014

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Upcoming Exhibition at hpgrp GALLERY in Tribeca

November 13 2017

 

Aging Painting
Takahiro Yamamoto
November 15th – December 29th

Opening Reception:
Wednesday, November 15th, 6-9pm in conjunction with Tribeca Art Night #6
at 434 Greenwich Street, New York, NY 10014

 

hpgrp GALLERY NEW YORK is pleased to announce the opening of “Aging Painting” by Takahiro Yamamoto . New York based Japanese artist Takahiro Yamamoto will exhibits his latest super-realistic oil painting series “Aging Painting”.
The opening reception with the artist will be held on Wednesday, November 15th, 2017, in conjunction with Tribeca Art Night #6

Throughout his work, Yamamoto has focused on themes of replicative techniques and the environments that foster them. His series, Re:view, investigates the difficulty of identifying what is original versus what is reproduced in today’s context, while his series, Where the artificial stops and the real starts, builds on that concept to demonstrate the fragility of the very term “originality.”
According to Yamamoto, the increasing abundance of replicative technology has already negated our ability to compare originals and reproductions. In spite of this, an original continues to hold much more value than its duplicate. The word “original” continues to evoke concepts of uniqueness or singularity — concepts which are generally accepted as incompatible with reproductions.

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io H.P.FRANCE POP UP SHOP at Takashimaya Yokohama

November 12 2017

The io H.P.FRANCE POP UP SHOP at Takashimaya Yokohama’s 3F Rose Patio will kick-off on Wednesday, November 15 and remain open until Tuesday, November 28. The shop will feature this season’s “HARBOR” themed collection, while also offering other items for this special event.

Opening dates:
Wednesday, November 15 – Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Shop location:
Yokohama station / Takashimaya Yokohama 3F Rose Patio 1-6-31 Minami-saiwai Nishi-ku, Yokohama 220-8601

Opening hours:
10am to 8pm (closing at 7pm on final day)

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Introducing Tura Sugden Collection at H.P.F, CHRISTOPHER

November 1 2017

The landscape of San Francisco is where Tura Sugden collects and cultivates ideas for her distinct collection. Every element of every intricate piece is made by hand following ancient techniques with recycled gold and natural, ethical diamonds and gemstones. A deep respect for tradition and a profoundly modern aesthetic guide her point of view.

Date:
November 2nd, Thursday, 2017 ~

Adress:
H.P.F, CHRISTOPHER
98 Christopher Street
New York, NY 10014
T: 212 807 0140
E: hpfchristopher@hpgrp.com

Official Website: http://www.hpfchristopher.com/

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Kataoka Meriyasu “Biodiversity” Window Installation at LAMP HARAJUKU

October 31 2017

Stuffed animal artist Kataoka Meriyasu will be showcasing her work for the first time in a year at lamp harajuku. The title “Biodiversity” comes from her vision of creating stuffed animals without any restrictions. The title points out that there really is no theme. It has been awhile since Kataoka has been able to create with freedom, with no theme or collaborations.

Kataoka Meriyasu
Born in Tokyo, the artist began her career as Kataoka Meriyasu in 2011. Her work mainly consists of the creation of stuffed animals, moving toys and light-up toys. The adorable stuffed animals that she makes are not just for looking at, but for playing with as well. Kataoka has written puppet performances and shown them around Japan. She has also been writing a manga ‘Kataoka Ohennro’, since the end of 2014.

http://soen.tokyo/blog/meriyasu/
https://instagram.com/kataokameriyasu/
http://twitter.com/Kataokameriyasu

Date:
Wednesday, November 1 – Thursday, November 30, 2017

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UPCOMING EXHIBITION AT HPGRP GALLERY TOKYO

October 30 2017

hpgrp GALLERY TOKYO is pleased to announce Tamami Kubota’s solo exhibition “Asparado”. Her bold strokes combined with the blended colors distinctive to oil-paintings, create a unique and colorful world. On first glance the colors appear to be muted, but show various expressions and movement. This quiet feeling speaks to us of different stories through our own memories and imagination. We hope you won’t miss this special opportunity!

A Message from the Artist
The creator and audience of a visual will interactively communicate through thoughts and information. The creator’s core message can easily be influenced by the words or viewpoint of the audience, and eventually fall into a paradoxical world when the initial position or emotion evolves. The message is influenced, reversed, controlled, inflected in your eyes and eventually implanted in your brain. I hope you enjoy both sides of these contradicting worlds ‘where things can seem to be in every way’.

Artist Profile
Born in 1978
2004 Graduated from Aichi Prefectural University of the Arts (MA in Fine Arts)
1999 “Hitotsubo Exhibition” of Graphic Art – grand prize winner, 2004 “Mainichi Ad Design Competition” award

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GIRL POWER Collection at H.P.FRANCE BIJOUX

October 28 2017

This new collection was inspired by women from around the world who stood up and participated in women’s marches in the beginning of 2017.

These women with their own sense of style, joined the demonstrations with decorated signs and placards. They voiced their rights as women; a natural part of who they are. This collection is dedicated to these strong women. Using lip, heart and star motifs as key symbols, the pieces play with the contrast of colors such as pink, black, red and yellow, offering a variety of colors to choose from.

Date:
From Friday November 3, 2017~

Venue:
H.P.FRANCE BIJOUX

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Peter Opheim exhibition at H.P.F, Christopher: October 20th 2017 ~

October 20 2017

Peter Opheim is a German born American artist. His ongoing body of work is a complex amalgamation of portraiture and still-life. Dreaming of figures, each idea begins with a   real world reference of a tiny clay model. Encompassing themes of childhood and the adult world his subjects are a family of soulful creatures.

 

Date:
October 20th, Friday, 2017 ~

Opening reception:
October 20th,  Friday 6-8pm

Venuse:
H.P.F, CHRISTOPHER
98 Christopher Street
New York, NY 10014
T: 212 807 0140

Official Website: http://www.hpfchristopher.com/

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SAYA KUBOTA solo exhibition “Material Witness” at HPGRP GALLERY TOKYO

October 18 2017

 

Date:
October 19th, Thursday – October 22nd, Sunday, 2017

Venue:
hpgrp GALLERY TOKYO
B1F 5-7-17 Minamiaoyama,Minato-ku, Tokyo

Opening Party:
October 19th, 7-9pm

URL: http://hpgrpgallery.com/tokyo/?lang=en

 

SAYA KUBOTA
Artist. Born in Ibaraki, Japan (1987).

Kubota’s practice revolves around memory and physical traces of the past, which although they have seemingly altered in form or even to have disappeared, are still sustained in the present time and space. Here, old and new, decay and growth, artifice and organic, human, animal and nature all share the same horizon of scattered parallel existences. She gravitates towards invisible yet certain matters; worn out teeth of a dead deer that once gorged the fruits of the land; the presence of the moon visible only as a reflection of sunlight; letters to someone who cannot be reached; or an evocative mirage of burning incense. Her historical and philosophical enquiries are materialised in diverse works from tracing paper, oil painting, photography, self-devised machines and installation to embellished minerals and porcelains.

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