Pink Presentations

Group Show

  • Fri, Aug 24 - Fri, Aug 31 2018
    Closed on weekends
  • 10:00am - 7:00pm
  • Opening Reception
    Fri, Aug 24, 7:00pm - 9:30pm
  • Free entrance

UltraSuperNew Gallery will be presenting a group show featuring new works that explore the many facets of the Pink color. “Pink Presentations” will run from August 24, 2018 – August 31, 2018 with an opening reception on August 24, 2018 from 7:00pm.

12 creatives will be featured in this show: Archibald Blondinet, Julien Henrotte, Naomi Hirano, Jin Itomi, Ozy Kozy, Kalin Lawrence, Kelly Nguyen, David Roberts, Mayumi Shelly, Malo Yamakado, Gabriela Zumbado, Florian Zumbrunn.

The exhibition challenged the participating creatives to dissect the color pink; offering an array of interpretations of how we can perceive it. The pink we look to unravel is not the pink associated with constrained and traditional femininity, but one with many facets. You’ll find here a pink that is equally innocent, naive, seductive, and complicated all at the same time. We invite you to join us as we wander through new and old ideas in hopes to find something we always knew but never realized.

Artist Profiles

The 12 creatives collectively make up “Pink Presentation.”

Archibald Blondinet

Archibald Blondinet, the result of an immaculate conception, is a disgruntled surrealist writer and illustrator with a multi-faceted split personality known by most ventriloquists for tormenting the sensical part of the brain with the whimsical precision of an epileptic mongoose hopping from tree to tree.

Julien Henrotte

Julien Henrotte is a Belgian digital nomad living in Tokyo who like to build installation to see people’s emotions.

Naomi Hirano

Naomi Hirano is a Japanese/Malaysian creative based in Tokyo, Japan.
Her studio focuses on multidisciplinary work in the fields of art, culture, architecture, and design.

Jin Itomi

Hello, I am JIN. Juicy JIN, but a well ripened Art Director.

Jes Kalled

Once responsible for starting a subtle mismatched sock rebellion, Jes has found an in-between place/home in Tokyo as a multi-creative in an attempt to document the world that perpetually attempts to swallow her whole.

Oguzcan Kaganoguzbeyoglu

Okobo ( Oguzcan Kaganoguzbeyoglu) is a Turkish creative based in who knows where. His work blends various mediums together and mocks the mortal, materialistic values constructed by us humans.

Kalin Lawrence

KalinLaw designs streetwear and began her brand, YENTTOKYO, 4 years ago. She makes one off airbrush art on fabric, into her vision of streetwear.

Kelly Nguyen

Kelly Ann Nguyen is an illustrator/designer from Toronto, Canada. Perpetually feeling dazed and confused, most of her work reflects on the release of mindlessness. Her main inspiration comes from the feeling of waves through music, motion, and water. Recently her work comprises of abstract shapes and along with hand and floral elements.

David Robert

David ROBERT is a french creative based in Tokyo. Since 2013, he is building a collection of prints of Japanese Manhole Covers. The best “souvenir” he can get from his trips around the country.

Gabriela Zumbado

Illustrator and fashion designer made in San José, Costa Rica in 1996. She draws on papers, walls, and clothes since she was about this high.

Florian Zumbrunn

Florian Zumbrunn, alias Floz, is a media artist who put digital art at the core of is process. Using code as it’s main tool, he gives life to his visuals by using any type of data, like music, photos or numeric and textual values.