Japan

[mé] is a contemporary art team represented by three core members, KOJIN Haruka (artist), MINAMIGAWA Kenji (director) and MASUI Hirofumi (production manager). Based upon a collaborative creativity rooted in each member’s skill and capability, [mé] focuses on exhibiting space, situation and audience rather than adopting specific methods or genres. They create artworks that attempt to bring the fugitive nature of reality close to how we actually feel. Their masterpieces include “Unreliable Reality – The Where of This World” (solo exhibition at Shiseido Gallery, Tokyo, 2014), “Day with a Man’s Face Floating in the Sky” (Utsunomiya Museum of Art Outreach Project, Tochigi, 2013-2014), “Elemental Detection” (Saitama Triennale 2016, Saitama), “repetitive objects” (ETAT2018, Niigata), “Contact” (Roppongi Crossing 2019, Mori Art Museum, Tokyo), “Obviously, no one can make heads nor tails” (solo exhibition, Chiba City Museum of Art, 2019). Granted The Art Award of Takashimaya Charitable Trust for Art and Culture (2017) and honourable mention at VOCA 2019.

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