THE GALLERY

Galleri Yamanashi opened in Stockholm’s old town, Gamla Stan, in 2014 with an inaugural exhibition of Issey Miyake’s work entitled ‘Magical Textile’.

The gallery’s mission is to keep traditional handicraft techniques alive through cultural exchange, and to support younger artists and makers by bringing their work to a wider audience through exhibitions, workshops and competitions. Our central location enables a wide, multi-national audience to discover these talented artists and their work.

As well as introducing Japanese artists to a European audience, we host exhibitions by a variety of Swedish and European artists and makers as well as Japanese artists who live and work in Europe.

This wonderful, historic space is available for rent for events and exhibitions.

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COMING SOON

Andreas Ackerup presenterar nya boken Happy Cloud

Bokrelease och vernissage
10 December 2021 16.00-20.00

Gallery open: 11 December 2021 12.00-18.00
12 December 2021 12.00-16.00

Andreas Ackerup, född 1971 i Stockholm, är en av Sveriges mest anlitade fotografer. Han är framför allt känd för en vardaglig snapshotestetik med hårt blixtljus och lekfulla kompositioner. Han har också verkat i konstsammanhang, bland annat ställde han ut en serie med 3 650 självporträtt tagna dagligen under tio års tid (1998–2008) på Färgfabriken i Stockholm år 2008.

Boken Happy Cloud består av 147 intuitiva fotografier, tagna under en tidsperiod på
20 år.

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Information
Grafisk form av Henrik Nygren Design.
Fotografi: Andreas Ackerup
Text: Andreas Ackerup
Översättning: Robert Dunlap
Produktion: Henrik Nygren Design
Tryck och bokbinderi: TMG Sthlm, Sweden, 2021
ISBN-978-91-976969-2-0
Mjukband med två olika omslag, 96 sidor, 220×330 mm
Upplaga 250, egenutgiven, 2021
Pris: 450 KR
25 Limited edition: 4.000 KR

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Tai Lue, Village of Nayang

By SenMai: New Thread
Opening exhibition: 16 December 2021
Email for reservation: phitsamone@yahoo.com
First Slot: 15.00-17.00
Second Slot: 17.00-19.00
Open house: 17-19 December 2021
11.00-17.00

The exhibition presents a collaborative project between the Tai Lue weavers of  the village of Nayang, Laos and SenMai. Marika Feinsilber imagined for SenMai a collection of pieces inspired by European workwear and Asian loose fitting cuts. 

The straightforward design highlights the beauty of the texture and the deep indigo colour of the weave.

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