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The Japan Creative Centre presents Hanging Gardens, a contemporary art exhibition by Tomomi Nitta as part of SJ50 celebrations. The exhibition is made possible with the support from Terrada and Yuka Tsuruno Gallery.
The exhibition consists of a series of six sets of paintings. The Nara-born artist envisions a man-made version of the mythological Hanging Gardens of Babylon in a realistic way.
Her unique artworks draw inspiration from the nature and landscape in Singapore. Singapore is also known as the Garden City with its exotic tropical flowers and trees and beautiful architecture.
Hanging Gardens by Tomomi Nitta
In conjunction with the opening of the exhibition, Thoughts on Japanese Contemporary Arts will be presented by Mr. Sueo Mizuma, the founder and director of Mizuma Gallery. Mizuma Gallery is one of the leading art galleries in Japan and actively supporting and introducing young Asian artists to the international art scenes. Mizuma Gallery has regularly participated in art fairs held in Asia.
Meanwhile, Ms. Nitta will share her concept and her experience in the process of creating these artworks. The Japanese artist, who graduated from Tama Art University in Tokyo, has held multiple shows in Japan, Singapore, and USA. She is currently represented by Yuka Tsuruno Gallery.
Talk Event Schedule: 15 October 2016 Time: 2:00pm – 3:30pm
JCC is located at a beautiful bungalow house on the hill of Nassim Road. Photo courtesy of Japan Creative Centre