HIRAKU SUZUKI solo exhibition "Glyphs of the Light" at WIMBLEDON space!

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Artist HIRAKU SUZUKI is holding his solo exhibition "Glyphs of the Light" at WIMBLEDON space, from August 8 (Mon.) to September 16 (Fri.).
In this show, he exhibits around 40 new drawings together with sculptures produced during the Tokyo Wonder Site residency at Camberwell, Chelsea and Wimbledon (CCW), University of the Arts London.
We hope to see many of you!


Venue:WIMBLEDON space
(Wimbledon College of Art, Merton Hall Road, SW19 3QA)
Exhibition Period:August 8 (Mon.) - September 16 (Fri.)
Opening Event:August 10 (Wed.) 17:00 - 20:00
*Live Drawing Performance in the Theatre 18:00 -
Open:Monday to Friday 10:00 - 17:00
Closed:Weekends and Bank Holidays

Transportation to the venue:
Wimbledon Station is served by trains from London Waterloo, Vauxhall, London Bridge, and Kings Cross.

Wimbledon (District Line) South Wimbledon (Northern Line).

Direct from Croydon to Wimbledon Station. Dundonald Road is the nearest stop to the Merton Hall Road.

From Wimbledon Station take 163 or 164 towards Morden and alight at Nelson Hospital on Kingston Road.

See more information (University of the Arts London Wimbledon website)≫

HIRAKU SUZUKI (b.1978) obtained an MFA from Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music. He has had solo exhibitions at Galerie du Jour, Paris (2010) and Tokyo Wonder Site Shibuya, Tokyo (2008). Group exhibitions include Roppongi Crossing, Mori Art Museum, Tokyo (2010); 100 stories of love, The 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa (2009); Between site and space, ARTSPACE, Sydney (2009); Red Bull House of Art, Hotel Central, Sao Paulo (2009) and Vision of Contemporary Art, The Ueno Royal Museum, Tokyo (2009). His work is held in the collection of The 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa. Publications include GENGA, published by Kawade Shobo Shinsha/Agnes b., 2010 and Looking For Minerals published by BEAMS. He was awarded a grant from the Asian Cultural Council (2011) and following his residency at University of the Arts London he will undergo a six‐month residency at Location One, New York.