Opening receptions at Noho M55 Gallery in Chelsea:
every Thursday 5:30pm-7:30pm (July 13th, 20th, and 27th)
LOVE 2023 Exhibition in Chelsea
The Japanese Contemporary Artists Team (JCAT NY) is delighted to announce our upcoming event, the LOVE Exhibition 2023 at Noho M55 Gallery in Chelsea.
Don't miss your opportunity to check out 110 unique artworks by 85 Japanese artists!
Note: This is a rotating exhibition; our display will change weekly
[First week] July 11-15 (Artist Team A)
[Second week] July 18-22 (Artist Team B)
[Third week July] July 25-29 (Artist Team C)
Hours NoHo M55 Gallery: 12pm - 6pm
August 2022 Solo Exhibition
51 artworks of Nobuyo Sakakibara
July & August 2022 Group Exhibition “Made in Japan”
Contemporary and Traditional Japanese Art Styles
Group Exhibitions by the members of the Japanese Contemporary Artists Team JCAT NY
JCAT, short for Japanese Contemporary Artists Team, is a unique, creative team based in New York. Established in 2008, JCAT started as the Ouchi Gallery and provided countless opportunities and artwork space for rising artists. Within the past decade, we evolved into a unique, creative team of artist representatives based in New York.
Our mission is to represent talented Japanese artists from around the world and to assist these artists on paths to successful careers. We scout talented artists of all disciplines, spread the word about their talent through our extensive connections and through yearly exhibitions, and open doors of opportunity so each of our artists can pursue their passion and make a living by their talent.
We believe that every artist deserves to create a career from what they love to do, and JCAT is here to make that a reality.
“Art should be more than a business commodity. It should transform into our daily lives, awakening us with new thoughts and passions each day. The best art teaches that there are no limits to individual pursuits; that our own possibilities are infinite.”
“From me to you” is very simple, minimal, and something that we often forget because it seems like common sense.
However, instead of the pyramidal system of thinking, it is simply to create the connection “from me to you,” and contribute to the restoration of humans and earth to what it should be through art.
JCAT Online Gallery was born through this thought.
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