Artist Mishiho Fukuhama’s new solo exhibition is a sampling of her most recent works. These include her “Grandscapes,” or serene, almost monochrome paintings that evoke sublime landscapes – but are comprised of quotidian objects like white cloth and juice cartons. She has also taken interest in more improvisational compositions with drawing elements; she says, if the Grandscapes are like scaling a mountain, these illustrative canvases are like taking a walk. The soft and subdued poetry of her quasi-landscapes is particularly palpable in this exhibition at Nishi-Ikebukuro’s cafe*lamp.
At least one order (at the café) is required upon entry.
Image: Mishiho Fukuhama, Eustace, 2020