LIN Shan
6-Jul-24 ~ 28-Jul-24
at Ritsuki Fujisaki Gallery
Technology as a whole must become the technology of art. And the state must become the museum of its population. Just as the museum’s administration is responsible not only for the general holdings of the museum’s collection but also for the intact state of every given work of art, ensuring that the individual artworks are conserved and restored when they show signs of decay, the state should bear responsibility for the resurrection and continued life of every individual person.
(Groĭs, Boris (2018). Russian cosmism. Cambridge, MA: EFlux-MIT Press)

Taka Kono
13-Apr-24 ~ 12-May-24
at Ritsuki Fujisaki Gallery
"Lost and found" traditionally refers to a space for storing misplaced items until they can be reclaimed by their owners. The exhibition draws inspiration from the concept of lost property, exploring themes of retrieval and possession.

9-Mar-24 ~ 31-Mar-24
at Ritsuki Fujisaki Gallery
‘ Amfortas! Die Wunde! Die Wunde! Sie brennt in meinem Herzen! O, Klage! Klage! Furchtbare Klage! Aus tiefstem Herzen schreit sie mir auf.
Oh! Oh! Elender! Jammervollster! Die Wund sah’ ich bluten.

Parsifal, Act II

Hanna Umin, KAITO Itsuki, Sven Loven, Taka Kono
20-Jan-24 ~ 18-Feb-24
at Ritsuki Fujisaki Gallery
‘ The will of rebellion against these hidden and prescriptive powers is the fountain of contemporary goth, which traditionally has a self-destructive and ephemeral quality, however, while also connotating an elusive and complicated structure.

It is not an actual/simplified form like Dracula, a werewolf, diseases, drugs or terrorism, but a desire for a complex modern society.

Contemporary goth implies a quiet resistance towards social representations. Referencing the absence of history, it is akin to gazing into a three-sided mirror, a vision replete with a myriad number of diffuse reflections.’

- Ritsuki Fujisaki

                            2-2-10, Higashi Nihonbashi, Chuo, Tokyo, Japan