January 1 – January 31 , 2021

SOLO Exhibition

melonpas

The Sacred Secular of Shinto

Online Solo Exhibition January - Online Exhibitions featuring original artwork and contemporary art on display at the JCAT Online Gallery

danse_macabre.exe

acrylic on paper, 111.0 x 60.6 inches, 2018
$20,000 (without frame)

Asura Realm of Dissatisfaction

acrylic on paper, 111.0 x 60.6 inches, 2018
$20,000 (without frame)

Diving to the Ozashiki Blackhole

acrylic on paper, 224.4 x 72.1 inches, 2019
$30,000 (without frame)

Online Solo Exhibition January - Online Exhibitions featuring original artwork and contemporary art on display at the JCAT Online Gallery

Panasonic Tathagata

acrylic on paper, 12.2 x 12.0 inches, 2020
$250 (without frame)

melonpas - painting - JCAT artist

Kawaii Cult Requiem

mixed media, 11.4 x 17.9 inches, 2019
$500 (without frame)

melonpas - painting - JCAT artist

Kawaii Cult Requiem 2

mixed media, 7.7 x 11.8 inches, 2020
$250 (without frame)

melonpas - painting - JCAT artist

The something adults named “girl”

lacquer on paper, 24.0 x 30.2 inches, 2019
$1,000 (with frame)

melonpas - painting - JCAT artist

portrait

lacquer on paper, 23.9 x 28.6 inches, 2019
$800 (without frame)

melonpas - painting - JCAT artist

Mimicry

ink on paper, 24.4 x 37.8 inches, 2019
$800 (without frame)

melonpas - painting - JCAT artist

Girl’s bizarre adventure

charcoal, watercolors on paper, 23.9 x 28.6 inches, 2018
$800 (without frame)

melonpas

melonpas is a Japanese artist who imparts vitality to overcome the anxieties and fears of the world through artworks that express modern society’s various problems by incorporating entertainment elements, such as comics and games. He believes that the essence of his contemporary art is similar to an interpersonal game, such as chess and card games, and emphasizes the communication that results from the art experience. In 2017, he joined the Guruguru House Takanayagani in Niigata as an artist-in-residence, and after coming in contact with the traditional sceneries of Japan that remains strongly in that area, he began to create artworks that are conscious of the connection between Japanese tradition and modern society. In 2019, he opened a solo exhibition at NSG Art Museum (Niigata). Recently, he has been creating artworks that include the remnants of the Shinto culture in modern Japan.

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