Naoki Onogawa

Naoki Onogawa

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『 Naoki Onogawa 』

- Exhibition -
1/16-2/5「WONDERS vol.01 Ceramic, Lacquer, Paper」MINA-TO (スパイラル 1F) 東京
1/25-26「Art Cocktail」SEZON ART GALLERY 東京
3/2-5「art on paper」NewYork
3/24~4/9「Sakura展 」MDPギャラリー 東京
4/15~30 「small works」モルゲンロート 青山 東京
6/7-8/1 「アートアベニュー」日本橋高島屋 東京
9/27-10/3「アートフェア」日本橋三越 東京
11/8-11/15「ネクスト・ジェネレーション 次世代の気鋭アーティスト」文化村ギャラリー 東京 渋谷
11/21-12/3「SHIBUYA STYLE vol.11」 そごう西武渋谷店 B館8階美術画廊
12/15-18「spiral take art collection 2017 蒐集衆商」青山スパイラル 東京
3/「art on paper」NewYork

- 作品取り扱い先 -
西武渋谷店 美術画廊 東京渋谷
Picaresque 東京参宮橋
A/Dギャラリー 東京六本木ヒルズ3階

- store dealing in -
SeibuShibuya Shibuya Tokyo Japan
Picaresque Sangubashi Tokyo Japan
A/D Gallery Roppongi Tokyo Japan

【naoki onogawa shop
- 取り扱い先 -
【A/Dギャラリー】 東京六本木ヒルズ内3F
Picaresque】 東京参宮橋


Mail :
Tel : 080-3258-1835

The course of Oriduru


 - 折り鶴との歩み -

- My Life With Oriduru -
Like most children in Japan, I was introduced to the world of origami paper folding at a young age. With just a single sheet of paper various forms can be expressed. I was particularly impressed by orizuru, the crane, which is the most well-known traditional origami form. Origami is known worldwide and has become quite popular. Orizuru is not only beautiful as an art form, but is a symbol of prayer in Japan.
From time immemorial, the Japanese people have been keen to some
invisible power in things in the natural world. We feel some objects have a soul, and we pray to them for peace, happiness, health, & etc. I’ve come to understand these feelings over the years while enjoying the process of folding origami figures, in particular the orizuru crane. While
folding orizuru I try to endow them with such feelings as hope or peace.
It is my wish to communicate with people through my art. I hope you can feel that soul or power when looking at my artwork, and feel peace and harmony with nature. 
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