News from the Studio! Last up date: December 4th, 2022


Light Rabbit at Taiwan Lantern Festival 2023

Location: Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall Station Exit 1, Taipei.
Date: first week of February 2023
More information coming up soon.

Light Rabbit (night and day view), 2023, mixed media, 7,4 (height) x 12 (length) x 5,4 (width) meter




Video produced by Art-ist, New York.Music: Leo.


Solo exhibition
If I were Living in...


Keumsan Gallery, Seoul
B-103, Namsan Platinum,
46, Sogong-ro, Jung-gu, Seoul
Date: 2022.8.29-10.30
For gallery information
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KIAF 2022
Korea International Art Fair
COEX 1F, Hall A&B
Date: 2022.9.3-5
For KIAF 2022 information
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Touring exhibition to
Guryongpo Art Factory
22, Byeongpo-gil, Guryongpo-eup,
Nam-gu, Pohang-si,
Gyeongsangbuk-do, Korea.
Date: January to March, 2023.



Ogijima Pavilion, a collaboration work with Japanese architect Shigeru Ban for Setouchi Trienalle 2022 (Open August 5th 2022)!


About the Setouchi Triennale. About the Ogijima Pavilion project


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Collaboration work with The Conversation Project Band


Over the years I have had many bands, and all of them unique. This band is a dream team. Each member brings a unique experience and knowledge of music, especially the rhythm section. Zach and Gail both played with David Bowie and added significantly to the sound of David's Band. Always ask the drummer whom he likes as a bass player. If you're lucky you get the two.

The creative options are endless and a little ESP goes a long way. After I lost my best friend and writing partner, guitarist Ronny Drayton, there was only one person I could think of to choose; guitarist Eddie Martinez.

And that is The Conversation Project Band.

Oscar Deric Brown, Summer 2022

More information coming up soon!


The National Museum of Art, Osaka link




My Meta Studio



Solo exhibition at
Mizuma & Kips Gallery
324 Grand Street, New York
March 5th to April 3rd 2022


For project information
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For gallery information
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If I were living in ...




How would my life look if I was
born in a different time period
and in a different place?


Solo exhibition at NOWHERE
40 Wooster Street, New York.
Date: February 24th to April 3rd, 2022


Special collaboration with
musician Zé Luis.


For project information
click here.


For gallery information
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My Studio in São Paulo (1956)



Video produced by Art-ist, New York.Music: Leo.



Shadow Cat Meets Light Rabbit digital project




Shadow Cat and Light Rabbit came to being
for the first time in 1996, when the artist
was living in London as part of the
Artist in Residence Program sponsored by
the Delfina Studio Trust.The rabbit
and the cat represent opposite
but complementary realities-- for
example day and night, peace and war
and light and dark.


For more information click here.


Digital drawings(NFTs) on sales now !
Bybit official NFT marketplace!


  

MOT - Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo

Oscar Oiwa special exhibition inside of Permanent Collection Section. Date: July 7th to February 23rd 2022.



“Zeus, the god of Olympia”, 2019, marker pen and charcoal on paper, 3 x 6,7 meters Museum link



Keumsan Gallery link


  



Commission work for JICA Yokohama



Currently open for the public, for further information click here


Oku-Noto Triennale 2020+

A foremost art festival at the furthest edge of the world. Date: September 4th to October 24th, 2021.
  


“Flower Pot” installation at former Shoin train station, Suzu. Event link




Nagano Prefectural Art Museum link


Commission work for Kadokawa Culture Museum, Saitama

“The Sun and 10 Goblins”, 2020, drawing on paper 3,0 x 6,7 meters


On view until October 2021! Address: 3 Chome-31-3 Higashitokorozawawada, Tokorozawa, Saitama 359-0023, Japan Museum link


MOMAT- The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo

Highlights from the Collection. Date: March 23rd to May 16th, 2021.

Painting “Gardening (Manhattan)” (2002) on view. Museum link



The Japan Foundation presents

Beyond the Lines:
Oscar OIWA

The spread of Covid-19 had a heavy impact on society worldwide, and contact between individuals has been greatly curtailed to contain the pandemic. Art museums around Japan have been affected by the situation, with institutions being forced to close their doors, and many exhibitions having to be canceled or postponed. Despite these circumstances, artists are still actively producing and exhibiting. The Japan Foundation (JF) is organizing an online exhibition by six such artists to present their new works, along with interviews, to give viewers at home the opportunity to discover and enjoy their art.


Video produced by Cekai, Tokyo.


Solo exhibition at Artfront Gallery ,Tokyo

Quarantine drawing series


Date: 2021.Feb.5 (Fri) - Mar.7(Sun).Address: Hillside Terrace A, 29-18 Sarugaku-cho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo Gallery link

Solo exhibition at Nomart Gallery, Osaka

Quarantine drawing series


Date: 2021.Feb.20(Sat) - Mar.27(Sat). Address: 3-5-22, Nagata, Joto-ku, Osaka Gallery link

Commission work for JICA

Japan International Cooperation Agency, Japanese Overseas Migration Museum, Yokohama.

On view in March 2021


Address: 2 Chome-3-1 Shinko, Naka Ward, Yokohama, Kanagawa.Museum link


Talk with singer
Lisa Ono

Moderator Rei Maeda

Yebisu International Festival for Art & Alternative Visions 2021

February 11th , 2021.




Time Shipper, Shanghai

2020, mixed media and landscape design. Yangpu Riverside Park.


Commission work for Yangpu District and Shanghai City as part of 2019 Shanghai Urban Space Art Season Free access


The Dreams of a Sleeping World solo exhibition, Los Angeles


USC PAM - University of Southern California, Pacific Asia Museum.
Date: January 10th to April 26th, 2020. For information click here .


CBS news(Los Angeles), January 10th, 2020.