JCAT, short for Japanese Contemporary Artists Team in New York, is teaming up with Pleiades Gallery in Chelsea, where the works of the world’ s top artists are on display, to produce the WE exhibition. JCAT and Pleiades Gallery will showcase 100 of Japan’s modern artists and their artworks. JCAT’s mission statement is “ART for Everyone, Everyday. ” JCAT provides all Japanese artists the opportunity to present their works in New York City and worldwide. The goal of the WE exhibit is even greater though – to build bridges and to bring people together through promoting Japan’s culture in New York and worldwide through Japan’s art and artists. This “Connecting the World” concept also means “Connecting with You.” JCAT is working to provide the artists a team-oriented space, one where each artist is supported by the JCAT team.
JCAT, short for Japanese Contemporary Artists Team in New York, is a unique, creative team based in New York. Our mission is to represent, talented Japanese artists from around the world and to assist these artists on the path to successful careers. We scout talented artists of all disciplines, spread the word about their talent through our online database and through yearly exhibitions, and open doors of opportunity so each of our artists can pursue their passion and make a living off of that 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.
JCAT Summer Exhibition We
8.7-9.15.2018 Exhibition 11:00AM - 6:00PM
Openeng Party Every Thursday 5:00-8:00PM
100 Japanese Artists
A 8.7-11(11:00AM- 6:PM) Opening 8.9 (5:00-8:00PM)
Midori McCabe / NORIKO MIYAMOTO/ Akemi Satou / Yoshi / Shigeru K / ABCD IIIIII / Ai Hibino / Shoko Saida / Ryota Shiga / MYU mikki / Mayumi Ikejiri / Nobuyo Funabiki / Miu vingtcinq / Keizan / Masako Masukata / Kumi Hirose / Katada Sakura / Youka / kodama kahou / shin
B 8.14-18(11:00AM- 6:PM) Opening 8.16 (5:00-8:00PM)
sato / KAYANO USHIYAMA / Shion Kanzato / Sayaka / Takaaki MANO / Emi Westside / Design calligrapher Ai Suzuki / R. ynt / yutan / Saki Murai / Atsuhiro Kato / youme / YOUKO / Tomomi Habuto / HARUKO KUCHIIKE / Sago / KEIKO / Minami Nakamura / Keiko Nabila Yamazaki / yumi
C 8.21-25 (11:00AM- 6:PM) Opening 8.23 (5:00-8:00PM)
Takehiro Kato / Mami Aoyagi / Aimi Chiyoya / YOUSUKE SASAKI / Yumi Kohnoura / TOMOYA ONOUE / Chiseong / naomaria / Sarashina akane / Takako / Haru / Shiho Suzuki / Hikaru Yamasaki / Kenji Tajiri / TORI / Maiko Mukai / Akko / Misaki Tsuchiya / AkkoTera / unomori
D 9.4-9.8 (11:00AM- 6:PM) Opening 9.6 (5:00-8:00PM)
yuki / Akiko Fukuda / Mika Horie / Aviviya / Monzo Watanabe / FUMIAKI ASAI / Leo Chibana / Kanichi Fujiwara / Saino Haruka / MIZUHODORI / mayura / YAMADA YUKI / Maho Kagaya / Yuka Kanno / AYA / Mayuko Miura / Kaoru Miyachi / Aoi hanane / YUSUKE MORITANI / Nobuko Shimizu /
E 9.11-9.15 (11:00AM- 6:PM) Opening 9.13 (5:00-8:00PM)
Maki Matsumoto / Mason Kodera / ColorhythmRisa / Sasaki Takuya / Fancy-Cuten / ASATO / 5103 / TOMOKO SHITOZAWA / NOZOE Yuichiro / Akihiro Okama / Makiko / Kohana / Namiko / Momoka kawano / Keikot / HIKARUMATSUSHITA /i_dauyu / Takeshi Kitamura / Keiko Nogami / nishi yuu
Opening Reception 9/13 (Thu) 5:00 - 8:00PM
Art performances using contemporary movement pieces are a formof entertainment that go beyond the live speed painting area. Colorhythm Risa became active in this genre overseas after appearing in hyperJapan in London in 2016. Her art expresses enjoyment that crosses generations and ethnicities, viewed through dynamic movements combined with music. Her goal is to create art that forms a shared emotional response which leads to communication. This will be demonstrated through her live speed painting performance in this opening event.