9/20(tue) Opening Reception 7-10pm 9/21(wed)-25(sun)exhibition 12-6pm (Appointment only on Wed. 24hr notice.)
Munemi Natsu was born in 1980 and grew up in Tokyo, Japan. After she had majored in literature at University, desiring for something to create, she started personal photograph projects with her antique half-frame camera. She mainly takes photographs of nature and daily life of ordinary people. The documentary project in various places of Japan is her life work. Munemi participates in some domestic and foreign exhibitions. This is her first solo exhibition. Through her artworks (such as photography, painting, music), she encounters the fundamental hope or solitude of mankind, and expresses unfathomable depths of the human mind.
WAG ~ Weekly Artist’s Gift Art doesn’t just belong in the museum. It belongs everywhere: on the streets, in our homes, and everywhere we go. So, each week at Ouchi we ask our artists to donate one of their pieces. We call it Weekly Artist’s Gift (WAG), and then we give it to you. And of course, like every event at Ouchi, it’s free.
There are two ways to enter your name to win: 1) “Like” the current WAG photo album on Facebook 2) Sign-up at Ouchi Gallery (170 Tillary St., Suite 507, Bklyn)