Друзья я узнала что Чонгук в одном из выступлений повредил пятку.И не смог выступать из за этого он попросил прощение и плакал😭😭😭Это больно видеть как Чонгукииии плачет.Чонгуки не плачь ты всегда хорош,и это не твоя вина то что повредил пятку.Выздоравливай скорее!И возвращайся с новыми силами😭😭😭😘😘😘😘😘😘😘😘❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️
Please share your work! Are you an outsider artists, traditionalist, working with botanical dyes, felting? Whatever it is, if it involves fiber art, and you live in the western region of the United States, we want to support you. Here’s a hand stitched piece by by Japanese artist Junko Oki. She calls her art form ‘Wokey Shoten’ - ‘Free Movement of Line’.
Artists supporting artists I have decided that there is so much I love about art and artists and that I have in the past posted a lot of masters However I am a living artist and I want to share living artists once a week and this week it is this fabulous artist who paints in thread Junko OKi who lives and paints in Japan thank you very much you inspire me
#Repost @wokyshoten (@get_repost)
Junko Oki (1963, Tokyo) is a Japanese textile artist. Oki is known for her two and three dimensional stitched and embroidered works on fabric as well as for a series of artist books. She started her artistic practice in the year 2002 right before turning 40. The majority of her work consists of embroidery on old fabrics (often several centuries old) that were collected by her late mother. The material used by Oki is referred to as Boro, a term that may include textiles from various origins, clothing, weavings used for candle making, tatami rimmings, as well as old bags. Her aesthetics are shaped by childhood memories as well as a multitude of experiences. The repetitive, manual labor of stitching and sewing, in the words of Oki, is propelled by two gravitational forces, love and death. Her work focuses primarily on human relationships, particularly those of her family and while exploring these themes, her work ranges out into automatist drawing, surrealism, poetry, art brut as well as feminist art.
Installation view from her current exhibition Sense and Sweetness at Kosaku Kanechika, Tokyo, 9 June - 21 July 2018
Photo by Keizo Kioku #junkooki#kosakukanechika#officebaroque
Junko Oki “sense and sweetness”
2018/6/9 Sat - 7/21 Sat
11:00 - 18:00 (Tue, Wed, Thu and Sat)
11:00 - 20:00 (Fri)
Close on Sun, Mon and National Holidays
TERRADA Art Complex 5F, 1-33-10 Higashi-Shinagawa, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo 140-0002 Japan
KINdoms- textiling with the more-than-human @fringeartsbath opening evening 25 May. This piece is by the amazing Japanese post-punk boro artist Junko Oki. Tim Parry-Williams @timparry_williams talks #boro on 8 June 4pm #junkooki @officebaroque