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The final exhibition of the 1st round tour is taking place in DUMBO, which is known as New York’s biggest art community in Brooklyn.

The two exhibitions are held simultaneously at both venues; ZAKKA which is known as an art shop and a creative space in New York. OUCHI Gallery, a gallery in a homelike atmosphere introducing the works of Japanese artists. During exhibitions, various workshops that suit to individual venues will be held, so everybody from adult to child can casually be challenged to make their own eco bags enjoyably. A limited numbers of NY memorial eco bags and the original Japanese “Happy Bags” are also sold.


ZAKKA NYC  Sat. June 13, 2009 – Sat. June 27, 2009
OUCHI Gallery Sat. June 13, 2009 – Fri. June 19, 2009


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Jennifer Muller/The Works presents its 35th Anniversary Season featuring the highly-anticipated world-premiere of Bench, a Joyce 25th anniversary commission; company favorite Momentum and a ClassicWorks revival of Tub (1973) in Program A. The engagement will also showcase The Joyce premieres of Aria (2008) and Edge (2007); and the world-premieres of Tangle and Walk It Off in Program B. At 35-Alive!, this Works show is not to be missed.

The Joyce Theater, 175 Eighth Avenue (at 19th Street), NYC

Performance Schedule Jun 9—14
Tue Gala 7pm; Wed 7:30pm; Thu-Fri 8pm; Sat 2pm & 8pm; Sun 2pm & 7:30pm

Ticket Price
$49, $35, $19
Joyce Members $37; $26
Please note: prices are subject to change based on demand

Program Details
PROGRAM A: Jun 10 & 14 at 7:30pm; Jun 12 at 8pm; Jun 13 at 2pm
PROGRAM B: Jun 11 & 13 at 8pm; Jun 14 at 2pm

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The final exhibition of the 1st round tour is DUMBO, which is known as New York’s biggest art community in Brooklyn.

The two exhibitions are held simultaneously at both venues; ZAKKA which is known as an art shop and a creative space in New York. OUCHI Gallery, a gallery in a homelike atmosphere introducing the works of Japanese artists. During exhibitions, various workshops that suit to individual venues will be held, so everybody from adult to child can casually be challenged to make their own eco bags enjoyably. A limited numbers of NY memorial eco bags and the original Japanese “Happy Bags” are also sold.

ZAKKA NYC   Sat. June 13, 2009 – Sat. June 27, 2009

Opening Event   Sat. June 13, 2009, at 18:00


OUCHI Gallery Sat. June 13, 2009 – Fri. June 19, 2009

Opening Event   Sat. June 13, 2009, at 13:00




The Entry deadline is May 15, 2009



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© Fumiko Toda


April 23 to May 30 2009

Opening Reception Thursday April 23, 6pm -8pm


On April 23rd, Safe-T-Gallery will be opening its exhibition of paintings and hand-worked prints, by young Japanese artist, Fumiko Toda. Combining traditional themes of Japanese woodcuts with an exuberant 21st century sense of color and line, Fumiko Toda brings an original verve to her examinations of nature, how people view nature, and how urban life and more pastoral visions collide.

“Recent Insects” focuses on a recurring theme in Fumiko Toda’s work. Brought up in rural Japan, she would often collect and take home the various insects found in the neighboring fields and ponds. The intricate beauty, not to mention the activity, of these creatures re-emerges in her colorful prints and paintings. Whether it is a single portrait of a rather fanciful beetle, or a somewhat supercharged landscape with various insects parading through in multiple dimensions, the images retain a marvelous sense of wonder and the promise to be found in the larger world.


Fumiko Toda studied art in Japan where she graduated from the Kyoto University of Art and Design. Shortly thereafter she moved to New York and has continued her studies at the National Academy of Design, where she has won numerous awards and scholarships. A suite of her prints was recently featured in Moloko+ magazine. Fumiko Toda was seen in Safe-T-Gallery’s “Brooklyn au Naturel” show in the summer of 2008. “Recent Insects” will be her first one-person show in New York.

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