Home Away From Home Ⅷ The Alumni Association of Tama Art University NY Club

Event  |  Reviews  |  Comments
Home Away From Home Ⅷ The Alumni Association of Tama Art University NY Club

43A West 13th St
NEW YORK, NY 10011
June 15th, 2012 - June 15th, 2012
Opening: June 15th, 2012 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

greenwich/west village
Mon-Thu 12-6; Sat 10-3
Tama Art University
photography, mixed-media, installation, pop, landscape, surrealism, figurative, modern, sculpture

We'd like to announce that "Home Away From Home” (HAFH), The Alumni
Association of Tama Art University NY Club Exhibition, will be held June 15 – 30,
2012 at the TENRI Gallery (43A W. 13th Street, New York, NY 11101)

TAMA Art University Alumni Association's NY Club, established in 2003, currently
has a membership of nearly 80 – mostly Tristate area residents, plus some
residents of Japan – of whom 24 member artists will participate in this exhibition.

HAFH is an acronym of Home Away From Home. There are two meanings,
two points to this title. The first is to be conscious of our identity. The other is to
present creations that break through our own barriers by making our efforts in
New York, the center of the world’s art market.
The first HAFH Exhibition was in 2004; this is the eighth HAFH exhibition. HAFH
has earned a top reputation as a fully fascinating exhibition where participating
artists display their unique expressions and sensibilities. It has been held in
many attractive locations, including galleries in Chelsea and as part of an art
fair; this reflects the fast-paced changes of the New York art scene. Our most
recent exhibition was held at the Hammond Museum in North Salem, New York.
It was our first museum-scale exhibition and was received favorably, showing the
artistic growth of those whose work was exhibited.
For our 2012 exhibition, we have gathered a wide range of artists representing
many generations and different styles: oil painting, printing, sculpture,
representational art, and abstract art.
All of us sincerely appreciate your attendance.
* Proceeds from the sale of artwork (100% from works priced $80 or less, and
20% from larger works) will be donated to Japan Earthquake Relief.)
TEA CEREMONY by Hisae Kurebayashi of Omote Senke Ryu
June 16 11am – 4pm
LECTURE by Midori Yoshimoto
June 23 12 – 2pm
Lecture: Midori Yoshimoto, Associate Professor of Art History and Gallery
Director, New Jersey City University