'Golden Sheep' at POND GALLERY 07.2017


15.07 (Sat) - 13.08 (Sun)

POND GALLERY
2-30-8, Kamimeguro, Meguro-ku, Tokyo, 153-0051
Tel&Fax : 03-5794-4355

10 minutes walk from Nakameguro or Yutenji station (Tokyu Toyoko Line).
Open Hour:12:00 - 19:00 
Closed on Mon. Tue. 
Instagram https://www.instagram.com/pond_gallery/?hl=ja

Pond Gallery is not a contemporary art gallery but a contemporary pottery store.
They sell Hayata's work 'Golden Sheep' with their permanent exhibition of pottery.

PDN EXPOSURE AWARD 2016 / 09.2016

Hayata's latest work 'GOLDEN SHEEP' is selected to PDN "EXPOSURE AWARD 2016".

http://www.shutterloveonline.com/contest_galleries/exposureaward/2016/index.php?ShowCase=2022631623#main

Trans Arts Tokyo 2015               09.2015

Trans Arts Tokyo 2015 http://www.kanda-tat.com

09.10 (Fri) - 03.11.2015 (Tue)

Place : Nagashima Building Roof Top (The building of information center at ground floor)
Address : 2-2, Kanda-Nishikicho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
Open Hour : 12:00-19:00 Sat, Sun and National Holidays 11:00-20:00
Closed on Tuesday

CORRESPONDENCE LANDSCAPE 015 - Self-Scape - 07.2015


CORRESPONDENCE LANDSCAPE 015 - Self-Scape -

10.07.2015 (Fri) - 25.07 (Sat)

ARTIST
Daisuke HAYATA, Jun ITOI, Takashi SUZUKI

RECEPTION 10th. July. 2015(Fri)18:00 -

GALLERY
GALLERY KOBO CHIKA
2-21-3,Ebisu,Shibuya-ku,Tokyo
#150-0013 Japan
http://www.kobochika.com/index.html

'NEW YEAR with GOOD PHOTOS Vol.2' 01.2014


'NEW YEAR with GOOD PHOTOS Vol.2'

2014.01.07 ( tue ) -2014.01.12 ( sun )

ARTIST
RYO OWADA, DAISUKE HAYATA, MITSUKO NAGONE, MUGA MIYAHARA, ENA YANAI, MASAMI YAMAMOTO,JOJI SHIMAMOTO

RECEPTION 7th Jan. 2014(Tue)19:00 -

GALLERY
hpgrp GALLERY TOKYO
150-0001 B1F 5-1-15 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
t.03-3797-1507
f.03-6805-0840
Open:11:00 〜19:30
Regular Holiday:Monday
Email: art@hpgrp.com
http://hpgrpgallery.com/tokyo/?lang=en

'Nice To Meet You Issue.2'                  05,2013


HAYATA is presented in 'Nice To Meet You Issue.2' that will be published at 8 June. by EINSTEIN STUDIO.

The exhibition 'NICE TO MEET YOU Issue.2'
8 June. - 15 June. 2013
Opening hours: 9-17h
Place: Towada Art Center
10-9, Nishi-Nibancho, Towada-shi, Aomori, JAPAN
Mail: hello@ntmy.info
WEB: http://www.ntmy.info



Talk Event Video of The Latest Exhibtion (English subtitled)   05,2013


Talk event video of the latest exhibtion 'Daisuke HAYATA 2006-2013' (English subtitled) that was held at FARO Creative Space (Toyko, JAPAN) is uploaded to YouTube.

Hayata gives commentary on his works "ISANATORI" and "UBATAMA".
Masaki YAMAZAKI, graphic designer of the book "UBATAMA" published in Dec 2012, speaks about the process to produce the photo book "UBATAMA".



Speakers:

Daisuke HAYATA
Masaki YAMAZAKI (Graphic Designer ) http://www.hiyocostudio.jp/
Msato KAWAHARA (FARO Creative Director) https://www.facebook.com/feidaestate
Miwa HOMMA (Chief Editor of 'Tohoku Fukkou Shimbun') http://h-b.asia/about-this-blog/

Solo Exhibition 'Daisuke HAYATA 2006-2013'        04,2013


'Daisuke HAYATA 2006-2013'
22th April. - 6th May. 2013
10h - 18h
@FARO Creative Work Space
2-15-5, Minami-Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 107-0062 (MAP)

 


HAYATA exhibits his past works "ISANATORI", "UBATAMA" and a part of his latest works. This exhibition gives an overview of his works that were started since 2006 to the present.


Talk Event:
19h30~
26th April.2013

Speakers:
Daisuke HAYATA
Masaki YAMAZAKI (Designer ) http://www.hiyocostudio.jp/
Msato KAWAHARA (FARO Creative Director) https://www.facebook.com/feidaestate
Miwa HOMMA (Chief Editor of 'Tohoku Fukkou Shimbun') http://h-b.asia/about-this-blog/

After the event, a party will be held until 22h30.
Those who want to join, please send e-mail to us from Contact page.
The maximum number of geusts will be 50 because of the limited space.

Photo-book "UBATAMA"                  01,2013


 

HAYATA published a photo-book "UBATAMA" on Dec.1 2012.

Price : 3,500JPY-, (+ Shipping Fee for outside Japan)
First edition 750
Softcover, 32 Pages
Size: A4 deformed
6 Colors Printing (CMYK + Super Black+ Matt Vernish)
Top page pulled out by Tomson Processing, Dyed black three sides

* Edition 50 Limited, 6cmx7cm Original Print attached, signed by Artist.
Price : 7,500JPY (+ Shipping Fee for outside Japan) →25 copies left


Design: Masaki Yamazaki (hiyocostudio)
Printing: Daishinsha
Publisher: Office Daisuke HAYATA


 

SHOP LIST :

LONDON:

Ti Pi Tin
47 Stoke Newington High St. London N16 8EL
Opening hours: Wed-Fri: 12pm-6pm Sat-Sun: 11am-6pm & by appointment
MAP: http://www.tipitin.com/getting-here

 

PARIS :

Palais de Tokyo
13, avenue du Président Wilson, 75116 Paris
MAP : http://www.palaisdetokyo.com/fr/informations-pratiques/acces-tarifs


Yvon Lambert
108 rue Vieille-du-Temple, 75003 Paris
MAP : http://www.yvon-lambert.com/2012/?page_id=11


LE PLAC'ART PHOTO
5 RUE DE L'ANCIENNE COMEDIE, 75006 PARIS
MAP : http://www.placartphoto.fr/

 

TOKYO :

NADiff a/p/a/r/t
1F, 1-18-4, Ebisu, Shibuya, Tokyo, 150-0013
Tel:03-3446-4977
Open:12:00−20:00 / Closed on Mon.
MAP : http://www.nadiff.com/shopinfo/shoplist/map_apart.html


NADiff X10(Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography)
1F, 1-13-3, Mita, Meguro, Tokyo, 153-0062
TEL : 03-3280-3279
OPEN 10:00 - 18:00 (Thu, Fri -20:00)Closed on Mon.
MAP : http://www.nadiff.com/shopinfo/shoplist/x10.html


TSUTAYA TOKYO ROPPONGI
6-11-1, Roppongi, Minato, Toyko, 106-0032
TEL : 03-5775-1515
OPEN:07:00 ~ 04:00
MAP : http://store.tsutaya.co.jp/storelocator/detail/2000.html


SOUVENIR FROM TOKYO (THE NATIONAL ART CENTER TOKYO)
7-22-2-B1, Roppongi, Minato-ku Tokyo
TEL: 03-6812-9933
Open : 10:00-18:00(Fridays-20:00)
Closed on Tuesdays, the year-end through the New Year's holidays
(Dec.22.2009-Jan.5.2010)
Tuesdays that fall on holidays will be open; the Center closes the next
day.
MAP : http://www.souvenirfromtokyo.jp/access


ON SUNDAYS(Watari Museum of Contemporary Art)
3-7-6, Jingumae, Shibuya, 150-0001
Tel : 03-3470-1424
OPEN:11:00-20:00
MAP : http://goo.gl/yPiDW


SOKYUSHA
1-3-5, 3F, Shinjuku, Shinuku-ku, Tokyo,160-0022, JAPAN
Tel/Fax 03-3358-3974
Open : 13:00 - 19:00
MAP : http://www.sokyusha.com/shop.html

 

KYOTO :

Gake Shobo
33, Bettocho, Kitashirakawa, Sakyo, Kyoto, 606-8286
Tel 075-724-0071
Open : 12:00 - 22:00
MAP : http://www.h7.dion.ne.jp/~gakegake/map_set.htm


Kotobayonet
21, 71, Babamachi, Jododera, Sakyo, Kyoto, 606-8412
TEL 075-771-9833
Open : 11:30〜19:00
MAP : http://goo.gl/5cgGl

 

OSAKA :

BOOK OF DAYS
202, 1-10-2, Awaza, Nishi-ku, Osaka
Tel : 06-6599-8210
Open : 11:00~17:00 (Mon ~ Sat)

Solo Exhibition "ISANATORI"                 11.2012


 

HAYATA's first serie of work "ISANATORI" was presented in 2009 in Yokohama.
We present 2 photos in 100cm from this serie at GAKEI GIMLET SAAS (Kyoto).

"ISANATORI"

Novmber 9 – Decmber 1. 2012
* Open: Fri, Sat 12 p.m.-7 p.m
First Friday: Every first Friday open until 9 p.m.
Another day & time: Appointment.
Closing party: 5 p.m.- December 1.


GAKEI GIMLET SAAS
23 Kashiwanocho Murasakino Kita-ku
KYOTO JAPAN 603-8312 (Map)
Tel +81-(0)75.432.8283
Fax +81-(0)75.432.8283
info@gakeigimlet.org


Group exhibition 'Self-Scape'                 05.2012

CORRESPONDENCE / LANDSCAPE2012

'Self-Scape'


ARTIST : Yukiko Tazaki, Daisuke Hayata, Terumasa Kawasaki, Sumie Nakanishi

Art Direction : Takeo Kubota


02.June.2012 (Sat) - 16 (Sat)
12:00 - 19:00 (last day and national holiday - 18:00) Closed on Mon. Tue.
Opening Reception : 02.June 18:00 - 20:00


Gallery KOBO CHIKA
2-21-3 Ebisu, Shibuya, Tokyo (MAP)
Tel&Fax: +81 (0)3 3449 9271
http://www.kobochika.com (Japanese only)

Group exhibition 'Self-Scape'                 05.2011


CORRESPONDENCE / LANDSCAPE2011

'Self-Scape'


ARTIST : Jun Shiraoka, Yukiko Tazaki, Takeo Kubota, Sanae Tamano, Daisuke Hayata


02.June.2011 (Thu) - 25 (Sat)
12:00 - 19:00 (last day - 18:00) Closed on Mon. Tue.
Opening Reception : 02.June 18:00 - 20:00


Gallery KOBO CHIKA
2-21-3 Ebisu, Shibuya, Tokyo
Tel&Fax: +81 (0)3 3449 9271
http://www.kobochika.com (Japanese only)

The prize winner exhibition of ALLOTMENT TRAVEL AWARD  03.2011


The prize winner exhibition of ALLOTMENT TRAVEL AWARD 2010 begins on April 24, 2011.
It is held at the same time with exhibition "GRANADA" of Naoko YOGO who made an opportunity for beginning of this ALLOTMENT travel Award.

24th. April (Sun.) - 5th. May (Thu.)
10:00 - 19:00
Closed on Monday.

● Opening Reception + ALLOTMENT 2011 award celemony
24th. April (Sun.) 16:00 - 19:00
Entrance fee 2,500 yen. We will serve Spanish cooking.
(An application required to info@allotment.jp)

Place Nagakute Cultural Center / Entrance Free
201 Nodano, Nagakute Town, Aichi Pref., 480-1166 JAPAN
Tel . 81-561-61-3411
http://www.town.nagakute.aichi.jp/bunka/bunka/bunka/index-e.html

● Sponsor: ALLOTMENT ( http://www.allotment.jp ), Nagakute Town, The board of education of Nagakute Town


*Charlotte Bonham-Carter (curator and critic) wrote a review for Hayata's photographs.
The detail is here.

The adjudication of "ALLOTMENT TRAVEL AWARD 2010"   10.2010

The adjudication from the Allotment Travel Award I received in March last year has been posted to the internet. The competition judges, Chiharu Nishimura (art and film critic) and Masakatsu Kondo (artist), have detailed the process leading up to the grand prize and featured the portfolios of the nine people who made it through to the final stage.


Below is an excerpt from the page:

“With respect to the photographs, many of the artists, such as Yoichi Sano, Yamotsu Kido, Daisuke Hayata and Tomoe Murakami had a clear style. Their pictures are more than mere documentaries, in that they demonstrate use of the camera to capture light figuratively. Each have developed their own personal methodologies and have produced works of a very high standard, making for an overall high level competition.”

“In the end we decided upon Daisuke Hayata. One of the key reasons for the decision was because of the anticipation he built by electing to explore the possibilities of the completely unknown”. (Chiharu Nishimura)

“Daisuke Hayata’s photographic works are produced by shooting in night environments where there is no artificial light, so his only source of illumination is the moon.

The world of darkness that he was theoretically pondering was an all encompassing single darkness (an anonymous world), void of any division between objects and space. But when he actually took the photographs his expectations were betrayed: subtle divisions floated forth, so that in the final works the subject places are just barely identifiable. Daisuke’s works are extremely simple, but the wonder he feels is reflected in a captivating way. I felt a desire to support this artist for his ability to recognize the gap between his intention and the finished work as being the crucial key to releasing the work from his own intellect and thus heading back out into the darkness.” (Masakatsu Kondo)


http://www.allotment.jp/shinsa.html
(The adjudication_ japanese only)
http://www.allotment.jp/archive.html (The archives of artists_ japanese only)

Information of Group Exhibition                07.2010


CORRESPONDENCE / LANDSCAPE2010

"The visual perspectives of 15 photographers"


ARTIST : Jun Itoi, Kazuhiko Kakegawa, Takeo Kubota, Shigeru Koshida, Yoichi Sano, Jun Shiraoka, Kazuyuki Soeno, Yumi Takahashi, Yukiko Tazaki, Masashi Tanaka, Sanae Tamano, Daisuke Hayata, Atsuko Hirota, Tiho Miyamoto, Tadasu Ymamato


14.July.2010 (Wed) - 31 (Sat)
12:00 - 19:00 (last day - 18:00) Closed on Sun. Mon.
Opening Reception 14.July 18:00 - 20:00


Gallery KOBO CHIKA
2-21-3 Ebisu, Shibuya, Tokyo
Tel&Fax: +81 (0)3 3449 9271
http://www.kobochika.com (Japanese only)

Information of New Solo Exhibition               04.2010


The Month of Photography, Tokyo 2010
"UBATAMA"
07.June.2010 (Mon)-12 (Sat)


Gallery MUSÉE F
http://www.omotesando-garo.com/intro/index.html (Japanese only)
Arc Atrium B02, 4-17-3, Jingu-mae, Shibuya, Tokyo
TEL/FAX:03 5775 2469
E-mail: musee_f@omotesando-garo.com


During The Month of Photography, Tokyo 2010 Gallery MUSÉE F will be hosting the latest exhibition from Daisuke Hayata. Since his last exhibition ‘UBATAMA’, a production themed around darkness which was shown at Gallery KOBO CHIKA in June 2009, Hayata’s works have also featured at Art Osaka 2009 and Slick 2009 in Paris. In February 2010 he was awarded the Allotment Travel Award for up and coming artists. This next exhibition will feature around 8 of his new works.

Receiving a prize of ALLOTMENT TRAVEL AWARD 2010      03.2010


(The following is extracted from ALLOTMENT web page)


Outline

“Allotment” is a travel award established in 2009 to commemorate the life and work of artist Naoko Yogo.

The Allotment award provides opportunities for young Japanese artists to travel, with the aim of enhancing their experience, broadening their knowledge and vision, and developing and nurturing their work.

Before Naoko passed away in 2005, she devoted a lot of time and energy to her allotment in South London. It was an important part of her life, a source of great joy as well as hard work. In his text for Naoko’s book, Chris Roberts recalls one of her stories about her allotment: “There were no taps on the allotment so she had to carry water there herself […] She had worked out the bare minimum each plant required, no more than a glassful each […] it was just a small habitual act of kindness that would result in something coming to fruition.”

For Naoko, there was no difference between working on her art and on her allotment: they coexisted as vital parts of her life. In both, she worked with enthusiasm and care, paying attention to small details. Though each required a great deal of patience, she never compromised. She went through a constant process of trial and error in order to accomplish what she set out to do.

The Allotment travel award will reflect Naoko’s life and legacy by supporting artists who, like her, are guided by a passion to produce their work and yet endeavour to pursue their dreams.

All proceeds from the sales of Naoko’s book and photographs will be donated to the Allotment fund.

 

ALLOTMENT
http://www.allotment.jp/eg.html

New Solo Exhibition and Group Exhibition           02.2010

New Solo Exhibition for 'The Month of Photography, Tokyo'

7th.June (Mon)-12th.June (Sat).2010
at Gallery MUSÉE F, Tokyo, JAPAN

Gallery MUSÉE F (Japanese only)
http://www.omotesando-garo.com/museef/MF.html

 

New Group Exhibition

14th.July (Wed)-31th.July (Sat).2010
at Gallery KOBO CHIKA,Tokyo, JAPAN

This is a group exhibition of the 15 photographers who did exihitions at Galley KOBO CHIKA since these 15 years.

Gallery KOBO CHIKA (Japanese only)
http://www.kobochika.com

SLICK 09 / Contemporary Art Fair               09.2009

I will participate in 'SLICK 09' at 104 in Paris, France from GALLERY KOBO CHIKA.

From 23 to 26 october 2009

Thursday 22 - Preview 14 to 18h - Opening Reception 18 to 23 h
Wednesday 23 - 11 to20h
Saturday 24 - 11 to 22h
Sunday 25 - 11 to 20h
Monday 26 - 11 to 17h


Address
104, rue d’Aubervilliers ou 5, rue Curial – Paris 19, FRANCE
M° 7, stations Stalingrad / Riquet ou Crimée, direct from Palais Royal / Musée du Louvre

URL : http://www.slick-paris.com/

ART OSAKA 2009 / Contemporary Art Fair           07.2009

I will participate in 'ART OSAKA 2009', Japan from GALLERY KOBO CHIKA.

AUGUST 21st.(FRI) 22nd.(SAT) 23rd.(SUN) 2009
21st.(FRI) Preview *Only for the invitation holders and the press./ 22nd.(SAT) 23rd.(SUN) Open to the public

Venue : DOJIMA HOTEL 8F, 9F, 10F, 11F 47rooms
(2-1-31 Dojimahama Kita-ku Osaka Japan)
Exhibitors : 47 galleries
Fair Hours : 12pm. - 7pm.
Admission Fee : ¥1,000 (1 Day pass)
(GALLERY KOBO CHKA Room No.1012)

URL : http://www.artosaka.jp/

Information of New Solo Exhibition              03.2009


"Ubatama"

June 09(Tue)-27(Sat), 2009
12:00-19:00 (last day -18:00)

opening reception
June 13(Sat) 18:00-20:00

Gallery KOBO CHIKA
2-21-3,Ebisu.Shibuya-ku,Tokyoa
Tel&Fax: +81 (0)3 3449 9271
Web Site: http://www.kobochika.com

Information of New Solo Exhibition               12.2008


"ISANATORI"

January 03-09, 2009
12:00-19:00

Opening reception
January 04,2009 18:00-20:00

ZAIM #201
Web Site: http://www.yaf.or.jp/zaim/php/