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Sadie Rebecca Starnes
2016. 5.10(Tue.) - 5.28(Sat.)

11:00 - 19:00(closed on Mon., Sun. & Public Holiday)


Reception 5.10(Tue.) 17:30 - 19:30


“untitiled” 2016, 20.5 x 20.5cm, oil on panel


“untitiled” 2016, 26.5 x 20.5cm, oil on panel

MEGUMI OGITA GALLERY B1 2-16-12 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

Sadie Rebecca Starnes was born in the American South, 1985, and spent her formative years in the foothills and mountains of North Carolina. After completing BAs in Art History and Painting, she moved to New York City and then Tokyo, where she currently resides in the suburban fringes of the city.

Her work is conceptually grounded in the South, its myths and sins, and her family’s history within it. Thus she continually returns, almost involuntarily, to the cultural iconography of the pasture, the mule, birth, salt – enveloped within depictions of ancestors, living relatives, men, and her own childhood.

In this show, we'll release her latest 10 paintings expressed the deep effect of Greek mythology and her 4 puncta series artworks inspired from "punctum" by Roland Barthes.

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