Onishi Project is proud to present a selection of artists at Affordable Art Fair New York and a group exhibition “x2” at its Chelsea Gallery. Onishi Project will showcase the work of six artists from various parts of the world, including Japan, the United States, Australia and Norway; their chosen media also ranges widely from paper and paint to photography. The multitude of creative expressions feature striking compositions in color and black-and-white, a series of intriguing contrasts and textured patterns rendered with remarkable skills.
Participating artists Akira Seo, Mark Chu, Sirenes, Suzy Kellems Dominik, Tomoki Kaneko, Yoko Takeuchi
Sirenes presents three artwork over 2 pages in ArtTour International April Issue 2014
The artworks are: Dolphins, Fantasy and Lake at Night
Sirenes is now represented by Onishi Project in Chelsea Art District, New York among several japanese and international artists. In 2006, with the support of New York City’s Mayor Bloomberg, Nana Onishi produced the highly acclaimed “9/11 Memorial Event,” an art project whose theme was the Japanese concept of Kuyo, or ‘memorial service.’ As a result of her work on this memorial project, Onishi was declared one of the “Top 100 Japanese that the World Respects” by Newsweek Japan in 2009.
"Merci"artwork of Sirenes was shown in House & Garden's new april issue recently, now it is sold, strange co-incident....