Since Pikunikku opened at AG Gallery many people have been visiting and enjoying the show. We would love to share some of the exhibition photos from our current exhibition PIKUNIKKU -A Taste of Japan- by Pinkpill Design. If you haven’t visited us please come by and see the show. We also have artworks by artists around the world on the ground floor store walls and windows.
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AG Gallery is pleased to announce new exhibition “PIKUNIKKU – A Taste of Japan” by Pinkpill Design is opening on June 11, 2022. This exhibition is a first solo exhibition of Pinkpill Design at AG Gallery which we have been anticipated to realize ever since we introduced their work in one of our past group exhibitions. In this PIKUNIKKU, you are invited to see Pinkpill Design’s latest silkscreen prints and some older original silkscreen prints, all of which carry some Japanese culture that the artists love. The title Piknikku (ピクニック) is a Japanese word of Picnic. The beautiful weather and the grass and flowers are back in New York City and it is the perfect season for some picnic. Please bring your friends and enjoy seeing Pinkpill’s artwork that came all the way from Czech Republic.
In their work, there are Japanese words, items, fashion, classic everyday foods (such as Onigiri), and traditional ideas (such as Kintsugi) depicted in their work. Please do not hesitate to ask our gallery staff about the meaning or the background of what you see in the exhibition. As a Japanese-run art gallery in New York City, we are always excited to see Japanese essence in new art. We enjoy and are passionate to be a place to exhibit such art from diverse artists to the diverse visitors at AG Gallery.
Pinkpill Design is a Czech-Catalan creative duo formed by Monika Baudisova and Jordi Trilla. They combine illustration, graphic design, and animation, in their personal projects they focus on silkscreen and risograph handmade printing. They are authors of two illustrated books and various comics, and often get inspired by Japan, outer space, and their fat cat Momo. Many of their works are inspired by Japanese culture and subculture.
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