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LA Artist Hikaru Hayakawa is Finalist in Little Tokyo Art Project
Mapping the Dragons artist Hikaru Hayakawa is named one of 5 finalists in the Little Tokyo Public Art Project.
By: Unnamed Road Gallery
Hikaru's current work will be exhibited in LA from the 16th of February with a press preview on the 15th (RSVP).
Unnamed Road Gallery Presents Mapping the Dragons, an intimate group show of three artists who venture outside the borders.
Hikaru Hayakawa is a sculptor, painter, and photographer whose work focuses on scale, time, human and geological history, paradox, and juxtaposition. He is captivated by maps and globes, and often incorporates them into his art, using them to communicate in intuitive and nonverbal ways. Born in Osaka, Japan, Hikaru received a BFA from Kyoto Seika University. He moved to Los Angeles in 1987 and later earned his MFA at Otis Art Institute of Parsons School of Design, (now Otis College of Art and Design).
Unnamed Road is a new kind of gallery, featuring curated shows in borrowed spaces.
Unnamed Road introduces and promotes extraordinary artists who have limited access to the usual routes to exhibitions and representation. These include self-taught, LGBTQ, POC, elder, female, rural, emerging, and unrepresented artists.
Featuring pop-up exhibitions in galleries, shows in private homes and
other special art projects in the greater Los Angeles area.
Founder and curator Lynn Dougherty earned an MA in Art Business from Sotheby's Institute/Claremont Graduate University and Drucker Management School. She has a background in documentary filmmaking for National Geographic TV, Discovery Channel, PBS, and others. UnnamedRoadGallery@
MAPPING THE DRAGONS
February 15 @ 5 pm – VIP & Press Preview (invitation only)
OPENING EVENT FEBRUARY 16 @ 5 pm
February 16-25, 2022, Open 10am - 5pm
START LA GALLERY
2270 VENICE BLVD, LOS ANGELES, CA 90006