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Tasty Tit-Bits of Contemporary Art


LONDON, ENGLAND.- “Tasty Tit-Bits of Contemporary Art” Summer Sushi is Gallery Yujiro's first summer exhibition featuring five Yujiro artists and one guest artist. Sushi is an English word that has come to refer to a complete dish with rice and toppings. The original Japanese term, however, means snack and refers to rice, but not with fish or other toppings. In a similar way the six artists assemble a complete dish while maintaining their own unique flavor within this exhibition.

Mai Hofstad Gunnes is a young Norwegian artist who lives and works in Berlin. She has exhibited widely in Europe and in Japan. Gunnes works with 16mm film and drawing. Her work is an exploration and re-interpretation of man-made systems. Gunnes will exhibit a series of new drawings, and 16mm film of drawn crystals.

Lia Perjovschi is a Romanian artist with a multidisciplinary practice that recovers, collects, and disseminates the information that has been inaccessible to Romania until 1989. For roughly twenty years Lia has embarked on a project-as-an-institution, entitled CAA (Contemporary Art Archive). Based on 15 years of meticulous documentation of the international art scene, CAA

has the mission to stimulate dialogue and enlarge the contemporary art scene in Romania. Lia obsessively makes diagrammatic drawings & notes on diverse subjects from politics to philosophy to psychiatry, which will be present in the exhibition.

Gerald Minkoff & Muriel Olesen are veteran innovators of video art in Switzerland, with an eclectic practice spanning forty-five years. Minkoff & Olesen will exhibit "Meteorites of Love" a series of photographs of rolled up duvets placed in the centre of the mattress after every stay at a hotel, the photographs track there nomadic lives and changing styles and cultural tastes across the world over the last thirty years.

Jongsuk Yoon is a Korean Painter who will exhibit a series of new paintings exploring the relationship between Asian and Western culture. These intimate paintings explore the relationship between figure and ground, as well as her personal experiences of loss and alienation.

Ben Deakin is a British born painter who lives and works in London and Yujiro's guest artist. Deakin creates paintings that portray in-between spaces, hinterlands where the urban and rural appear to be making a tenuous co-habitation. The large-scale paintings both exploit the mystique of the painting process and simultaneously subvert it, keeping the paintings critical and fresh.





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