Mogu Takahashi Art Show at Fine Little Day Studio

Mogu Takahashi – Day Dreamer
12 – 14 October, 2012

Fine Little Day is proud to present an art exhibition by the internationally recognized Japanese artist Mogu Takahashi, entitled Day Dreamer. Mogu’s playful, imagined world where colorful characters run wild is insane and naïve in a wonderful way.

All the way from Japan to Gothenburg. Visit her solo exhibition 12 – 14 October, 2012 at the Fine Little Day studio.

Opening hours:
Friday 17.00–21.00
Saturday 13.00–17.00
Sunday 13.00–16.00

Address:
Fine Little Day Studio
Stigbergsliden 5, floor 7
Gothenburg
Map

Underbara Mogu Takahashi kommer till Studion!
Fine Little Day har glädjen att presentera utställningen Day Dreamer av Japanska konstnären Mogu Takahashi. Inspirerande Mogu arbetar spontant och lekfullt med teckning, måleri och skulptur. Mogu rör sig medvetet på gränsen till det naiva med glädje och underfundig humor. Till utställningen i Studion kommer Mogu att skapa nya verk.

12 – 14 oktober, 2012

ÖPPETTIDER:
Fredag 17.00–21.00
Lördag 13.00–17.00
Söndag 13.00–16.00

Adress:
Fine Little Day Studio
Stigbergsliden 5, vån 7
Göteborg
Karta


 

17 Responses to Mogu Takahashi Art Show at Fine Little Day Studio

  1. rike says:

    love the way how you support and promote other artists. and i would love to visit this exhibition, but i’m sure you’ll post some nice pictures for those who can’t come …

  2. rike says:

    oh, and will you offer some kind of an exhibition catalogue? i really like mogu’s work …

    • Elisabeth says:

      Sorry I missed to answer your question Rike. There will be no exhibition catalogue from the show unfortunately. But photos on the blog :)

  3. Such a great collaboration! Good luck – I wish I could come!

  4. bmo says:

    underbart inspirerande…kul för Göteborg!

  5. Polly says:

    Oh I hope you can post some more pictures from the exhibition. It looks great and I’d love to see more.

  6. Cool! Her work does look like some of the children’s book illustrations that have been on this blog, come to life! I like the running bunny and the cardboard house with a face on it. I hope the show is a success!

  7. kim baise says:

    great news!!!i adore mogu and her work, so unique and wonderful. wish i could go to see the show too

  8. gina says:

    Super news!

  9. helie gini says:

    yeahe!!!!!!!!! wish i cd come and visit!!!!! lots of love to u and your famili!!!!!and kiss to Mogu

  10. Inger Marie says:

    Ohh – I would so much have loved to see this exhibition!

  11. Saskia (1=2) says:

    Oh my. I would LOVE to come to this exhibition. Wish I could afford the airfare. *sigh*
    Looking forward to photos after the event.

  12. Katrine says:

    Wauw! Possible to get an exibition poster? Best xxx

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  14. Zaneta Kosiba-Vargas says:

    Yes, an exhibition catalog will connect all of us to the work, especially people such as me who are so far from Sweden (in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA). I just saw a wonderful Japanese exhibition today at the Ackland Art Museum, Chapel Hill, “Elegance and Extravagance: Japanese Posters from the Merrill C. Berman Collection” and “Pop Goes Japan: Short Films by Tadanori Yokoo and Keiichi Tanaami.” Seeing the images up close and personal is preferable, but I had to resort to buying exhibition catalogs for my relatives who are artists in Portland, Oregon, Santa Barabara, California and San Diego, California. I actually found a card by Camilla Engman in the museum shop! I told the museum staff to visit the online shop at Fine Little Day for remarkable prints and textiles, especially your birch tree towels. Love your blog–I have attempted to read it from the beginning. Thank you for sharing your design sensibility.

  15. Elisabeth / Fine Little Day says:

    Hi Zaneta. Thanks for your comment and kind words.

    Wish we had possibilty to make a catalag. Mogu’s work is truly amazing. It’s a privilige to see her in action in real life as well. She is a fast worker with such a great sense of form. She works totally spontaneous and intuitive. In an incredibly inspiring way.

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