Tokyo Midtown

Fuyuki Ono, “Interior”

scene ,2017

9/17(Sat) - 9/19(Mon/Holiday) 11:00 - 20:00
* On 9/19 (Mon/Holiday) open until 18:00 only
Tokyo Midtown Galleria 3rd Floor in front of IDÉE SHOP/IDÉE CAFÉ PARC
[Participation fee]
“Interior” can indicate interior decoration, interior furnishing, or interior design. The furniture and necessities made to fit our various domestic needs have clear functions and beautiful forms, playing an intimate role in our daily lives. By altering their arrangement or reconfiguring them with other objects, do they lose their function and become “art”? This project will investigate the perception of “interior” and “artwork” on Tokyo Midtown’s 3rd Floor, a section which includes a number of interior and design shops.


Fuyuki Ono

Born 1985 in Aichi prefecture. Graduated from Tama Art University Graduate School of Fine Arts, Oil Painting Department in 2010. Ono explores the limits of how materials can be self-reliant as “artworks” by considering methods of shaping and placement in respect to the characteristics of particular materials or locations. Recent exhibitions include solo exhibitions LOOP HOLE (LOOP HOLE, Tokyo) in 2020 and Progression (See Saw gallery + hibit, Aichi).