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by Akane Nakajima

“Float” is the first artist book that summarizes drawings by painter Akane Nakajima. Nakajima won the 11th Graphic “1_WALL” Grand Prix in 2014, and has been continuously presenting her works since then. The unique form and the abstract painting with pale colors give the viewer various imaginations while praising the lightness.


Here, drawings like preparatory gymnastics drawn with watercolors are arranged in a rhythmic manner while turning the pages. The watercolor bleeding spreads and mixes as if it were floating on the water. If you look at the floating feeling of a mysteriously shaped painting that seems to have been seen somewhere and does not apply to anything, you will be able to float in the world of the work.


Akane Nakajima

Born in 1992, lives in Tokyo. Graduated from Musashino Art University, Faculty of Art and Design, Department of Visual Communication Design in 2014. Received the 11th Graphic “1_WALL” Grand Prix in 2014, and held a solo exhibition “Leisure” at Guardian Garden (Tokyo) in 2015. Major solo exhibitions include 2016 “A little touch” Gallery Trax (Yamanashi), 2017 “Swim in the garden”, VACANT (Tokyo), 2019 “Summer day” Gallery Trax (Yamanashi). Major group exhibitions include the 2018 two-person exhibition with Kanie Naha, “The best time to get ready” Open Letter (Tokyo).


Size: 112 x 188 mm, Soft Cover

Pages: 96

ISBN: 978-4-907562-26-7 C0071

Publisher: torch press

Year: 2020

All photos and info by torch press

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