YUKIKO NAGAI AT MUSEO BAGATTI VALSECCHI BY SPAZIO

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YUKIKO NAGAI AT MUSEO BAGATTI VALSECCHI BY SPAZIO
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
MARCH / APRIL 2013
YUKIKO NAGAI
AT MUSEO BAGATTI VALSECCHI
BY SPAZIO ROSSANA ORLANDI
9th - 14th April 2013, 10.00 - 20.30
> 11th, Thu 10.00 – 18.00
Milan Design Week
Museo Bagatti Valsecchi
via Del Gesù 4, Montenapoleone
YUKIKO NAGAI will exhibit new mosaic works selected Rossana Orlandi at Museo
Bagatti Valsecchi during the upcoming Milan Design Week. She will put new “seats”
series for the exhibition. Her concept consists in the interpretation of various
materials using exclusively marble and rocks, trying to surprise at the touch and look
of the surface rendered in the work. The series of “seats” fully represent her concept,
the spectator is astonished by the contrast between the smooth “soft-like” look of
volumes and textures in opposition to the hardness of the surface.
YUKIKO NAGAI at MUSEO BAGATTI VALSECCHI by Spazio Rossana Orlandi
9th April -> 14th April, 2013 | from 10.00am to 8.30pm; 11th April 10.00 – 18.00
Opening reception, 9th April, 18.00- | cocktail by invitation only, 11th April
Venue | Museo Bagatti Valsecchi, via Del Gesù 4 (Montenapoleone)
Exhibition by Spazio Rossana Orlandi and Museo Bagatti Valsecchi
http://www.rossanaorlandi.com , http://www.museobagattivalsecchi.org
ABOUT YUKIKO NAGAI. Born 1981 in Nigata, Japan. After graduating from Tama Art
University Environmental department Landscape design course in Japan she moved
to Italia, and graduated at the Accademia di Belle Arti di Ravenna for Mosaic in 2009.
She returned to Japan/Tokyo from 2009 to 2011 then she went back to Ravenna,
starting working as a mosaic artist/designer in Tokyo and Italy.
Nata a Niigata , Giappone nel 1981. Vive a Ravenna in Italia. Laurea in
ENVIRONMENT DESIGN presso Tama Art University (Tokyo). Specializzata in
Architettura e Landscape Design nel 2004, successivamente si sposta a Ravenna
per studiare mosaico presso l’ Accademia di Belle Arti di Ravenna. Si laurea nel 2009.
Torna a vivere in Giappone dal 2009 al 2011e poi di nuovo a Ravenna dove comincia
a lavorare come artista, usando la tecnica del mosaico. Il suo concetto consiste nell’
interpretare diversi materiali usando esclusivamente il marmo e i sassi, cercando di
sorprendere al contatto e alla vista della superficie riprodotta nell’ opera.
Sale / general inquiry | [email protected]
http://www.yukikonagai.com
For further information for press, please contact BIRD / Nozomi Kobayashi at [email protected]
YUKIKO NAGAI
AT MUSEO BAGATTI VALSECCHI
BY SPAZIO ROSSANA ORLANDI
9th - 14th April 2013, 10.00 - 20.30
> 11th, Thu 10.00 – 18.00
Milan Design Week
Museo Bagatti Valsecchi
via Del Gesù 4, Montenapoleone
NAME: SGABELLO CAMOUFLAGE
DESIGNER: YUKIKO NAGAI
MATERIAL: MARBLE, STONE, ANTIQUE FURNITURE (CHESTNUT WOOD, FABRIC), GRP RESIN,
CEMENT
DIMENSIONS: L40xW40xH45cm
NAME: POLTRONE GEMELLE
DESIGNER: YUKIKO NAGAI
MATERIAL: MARBLE, STONE, VENETIAN GLASS, ANTIQUE FURNITURE (CHESTNUT WOOD,
FABRIC), GRP RESIN, CEMENT
DIMENSIONS: L80xW57xD60cm
For further information for press, please contact BIRD / Nozomi Kobayashi at [email protected]
http://www.yukikonagai.com

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