Amarin Café

Modern Thai Cuisine — open daily
617 Manhattan Ave., Greenpoint, Brooklyn
Between Driggs Ave. and Nassau Ave. (G Train to Nassau Ave. or B61 bus)

Shungo Shimizu
Shungo Shimizu
Shungo Shimizu
Shungo Shimizu

THE WILLIAMSBURG ART & HISTORICAL CENTER invites you to a one person show by a member of the WAH SALON ART CLUB

Shungo Shimizu

Aug. 21 - Oct.16, 2011
Opening reception Fri. Aug. 26 6-8PM


The thin layers overlapped numerous traces or images at that particular moment like eternity. I would like to see the whole world like a timeless phase in the thin layer. I have been trying to reorganize and rebirth the eternal moment or vanishing reality universally, with dreaming of unforeseen you and the timeless future.

I installed 21 works, such as serial works related a work The Millennium Wall which painted after the Thohoku Earthquake, the works including a light box The Closest Sky to Heaven with prayer, like a frosted glass overlapping the particular daily life, the works like the present fossil linking ancient times and the future, and serial works Snow in June and Frozen Sky like a snow scene or subtle sign in nothing.

The spreading wonder world beyond through a pinhole
An absolute view links all of us reflected in each other
By the thousands of light and shadow
In the thousands of sorrow and joy.

Further, a part of a profit and donation total are contributed to children that suffered from the diaster and lost parent by the East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami.

October 2, 2011
Shungo Shimizu