26.4 2013

SELECTED PRINTS 2007-2013

Exhibition of some of our prints from past and present, Idol gallery, April 26th – May 26th, 2013, Tokyo, Japan. Curated by Sukima Project, Japan/France.

20.4 2013

19.4 2013

KURASHIKI EXHIBITION

Installation of 1000 meters of MT Masking Tape for Kurashiki exhibition at Kogan Gallery, Paris, 2013.
Curated by Sukima Project, Japan/France.

20.5 2011

THE SULLIVANS EXHIBITION

We are part of the Sullivans exhibition in Public/Image.3D gallery in Tokyo, from May 21st until 29th, 2011. The Sullivans is a second project of John Lawrence Sullivan that explores new forms of fashion and art through collaborations with artists. The aim of the project is to produce a synergy where people in the art field learn more about fashion while fashion people become more interested in artists. Our exhibited works are a poster (above) and a skateboard and t-shirts (two first ones on the rail).

Related links: www.3d.public-image.org/?p=4655

21.10 2010

GRAPHIC IMPRESSIONS

Group exhibition in B gallery (Beams Japan 6F) October 21 till November 16, 2010, Tokyo.
Artists: Ahonen & Lamberg, Björn Copeland, David Aron, Frank Haines, Hisham Akira Bharoocha, Keegan McHargue, Mario Hugo, Mark Borthwick, Skye Parrott and Studio Newwork.

Related links: www.beams.co.jp/b-gallery/graphic-impressions

21.10 2010

IT BELONGS TO NATURE, NOT TO ME.

Exhibition in gallery Public/Image.3D October 1st till 11th 2010, Tokyo.

More photos: www.public-image.org/3d/?p=2398

24.9 2010

Related links: www.public-image.org/3d/?p=2398
www.finstitute.gr.jp/arts-projects.html#AhonenLambergEN

2.7 2010

SCIENCE POEMS POSTER

The Science Poems book and group exhibition, organized by Ok Do, Paris June 2010, approach science from an artistic perspective. Our theme was astronomy, and we decided to dedicate our work to Higgs boson, a hypothetical elementary particle predicted to exist by the Standard Model in particle physics. Experimental detection of the Higgs boson would help to explain the origin of mass in the universe. It is currently searched using the particle accelerators of CERN but it has yet to be observed in the physical world. If the Higgs boson cannot be found to exist, our cosmological and physical models must be radically reassessed.

Related links: www.ok-do.eu