Tomita- Natsumi: A Solo Exhibition at iPRECIATION

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Date: 12 November – 5 December

Venue: 1 Fullerton Square, #01-08 The Fullerton Hotel Time: Mon to Fri: 10.00am – 7.00pm, Sat: 11.00am – 3.00pm Sun & P.H- by appointment only

iPRECIATION is delighted to present resident Japanese Artist Tomita Natsumi, who will be creating new artworks for her upcoming, inaugural solo exhibition at iPRECIATION Singapore.

Born in 1986, Tomita has created a new resolution, aptly titled ‘It’s A Wonderful World’. Having grown up in the world’s foremost industrialised capital of Tokyo, the young artist has initiated a stunning rectification of recycled materials, assembling constituents of various objects into beautiful, amusing creatures that share eccentric semblances with their real-life counterparts.

Geared with a fresh outlook, Tomita’s creations are brilliant in its facility for utilizing art as a bridge to promote environmental awareness, relaying the infinite capacity of art to expose and educate.

We hope you will join us on this innovative artistic journey, as we seek amusement from Tomita’s reincarnated ‘Children of Art’, whilst doing our part to save Gaia.

Tomita will be residing in Singapore from Mid-September to embark on new-fangled creations, which will culminate in a showcase this November, as a special prelude to the Festive season.

‘Click here to read an interview with Tomita Natsumi, on Singapore’s Business Times online.’

For further information or artwork enquiry please contact enquiry@ipreciation.com or 65 6339 0678

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iPRECIATION(誰先覺)
50 Cuscaden Road
HPL House #01-01
Singapore 249724

Opening Hours:
Mon – Fri: 10am – 7pm
Sat: 11am – 6pm
Sundays and Public Holidays
by appointment only

Tel 65 6339 0678
Fax 65 6438 2080

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