This exhibition is a collaboration between the painter Kayoko Kimura and the American Luxury Brand, Tory Burch.
Kiura, who has been paining questions about life and the world, has set the theme for 2021, the 10th anniversary of the earthquake, as to continue to be particular about the expression of my work, and to accept the past with a certain degree of oblivion without unnecessarily beautifying it.
In addition to the large scale works that symbolize Kimura’s worldview, new works inspired by the Tory Burch brand concept will be exhibited.
1996 MFA, Tokyo University of the Arts
2016, 2019 at Nihombashi Mitsukoshi Main Store（Tokyo）;
2017 at Artglorieux Gallery of Tokyo;
2020 at Gallery Gyokuei（Tokyo）;
2020 at “Art Fair Tokyo”（Artglorieux Gallery of Tokyo Booth）.
Group exhibitions & Art Fairs:
2017“QuintetⅢ-Five-Star Artists”Sompo Museum of Art（Tokyo）;
2019“Art Central（e Hong Kong）.
Award: The 1st Nomura Prize in 1999.
Founded in 2004 in New York City, Tory Burch is an American luxury brand known for beautiful, timeless pieces and rich storytelling that evokes optimism and joy. Tory is a fashion designer who draws inspiration from her parent effortless style, the worlds of travel, art and interiors, and women globally. The collections include ready-to-wear, handbags, footwear, accessories, jewelry, home and beauty. Empowering women is the company’s guiding principle, underpinning the design philosophy and company culture, and driving the work of the Tory Burch Foundation.