中嶋修 Osamu Nakajima

Series "Yokohama Nigiwaiza Hyakkei" 8th Osamu Nakajima Osamu Nakajima

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style The 40 Sans "Mandan"

"Yokohama Nigiwai-za Hyakkei" is a series of works that represent the artist's life work in the artist room "Nihonjin" at Park Hotel Tokyo.

The 8th and final 8 works will be posted.

Copper engraving (etching, aquatint)
Image size 150×113mm

The 40 Sans "Mandan"
Junko from "Tomorrow Junko Hiroshi". Koza following the debayashi. Hiroshi, who is taking a break from grabbing the customer with a light tone, will talk about various topics. A veteran storyteller.
In the second half, Maeza-san will appear on the koza, and the familiar Junko Hiroshi dance while singing. The awkwardness of Mr. Maeza is a good feeling.

Part 44 "Second Floor Reception"
Admission tickets for the following month go on sale at the beginning of each month, so on the first day of every month, this place is busy selling advance tickets and answering phone calls for reservations.
Two months' worth of calendars are lined up on the wall, along with original goods, occasional leaflets, and posters as information. It's interesting to listen to the people chatting for a while after making a reservation, and hear stories about trends that differ from generation to generation.

The 45th "Waiting to enter"
Public recording "Shoten Jr." People waiting to enter at 13:40. People eating lunch on the stairs. At 14:00, the staff at Nigiwai-za instructed everyone to line up. There is still time, but at this time, the number of people will increase one after another.

That 466 "music unit"
Chikuwabu's pedestal. Originally, a duo who creates songs and sounds that can be enjoyed anyway so that they can come into contact with music in a comical way in front of children. "Danna" is a parody of "Dinah". The lyrics are fun, "Shoji ni Mary-san." "Mushroom march". Different instruments and different sounds. The space of Yokohama Nigiwaiza, where the package that matches the word “stage” also suits the space called Koza.

47 "Dharma Forest"
The small size and dimness of the Underground Theater Noge petri dish creates a good distance from the audience.
There is a daruma forest and a strange fairy hut. Taking off the newspaper jacket, the stage begins with the musical instrument made by oneself. There is "Eriko-san" playing next to her, a high-pitched female voice and Darumamori-san's male voice. They are like brothers and sisters in singing, and they are showing off their skills while responding well to the children in their own world.

The forty-eight "storytelling"
Storytelling has barely survived in the style of rakugo from the Sanyutei Encho era, in which stories are told continuously on different days. Kyoko Kanda, who continues to talk continuously on Noge petri dishes, continues with '09 'Shimizu Jirochoden', '10 'Ansei Sangumi Sakazuki', and '11 'Meiji Shiranami Onna Tenichibo'. Today we have an English storytelling "Urashima Taro" as a guest at the performing arts hall.

439 "Elevator on the first floor"
At the beginning of the noon Buraku storytelling event, when the doors open 30 minutes before the performance starts, many people start to gather. There are quite a few people who visit for the first time, so the first important job is to attract and guide the staff. It's hard to tell for the first time that the 3rd floor, which is reached by elevator, is the 1st floor of the entertainment hall. While listening to the sound of the music from the cassette, the customer is guided.

The Fifty "Classical Rakugo"
One of the storytellers who shines at Nigiwai-za, Togetsuan Shirozake, a storyteller who can't drink alcohol, and a pillow about a storyteller who drinks a lot of alcohol. It is said that Geto's storyteller has a sharper observation of Nonbei. It's fun to have a conversation with a parent and child while listening to stories from around the corner, such as "parent and child sake" and "I don't need a circle like this".

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作家情報

中嶋修 Osamu Nakajima

I sketch land, towns, people, school life, vaudeville performances, street life, and other familiar things, and create bird's-eye views, genre paintings, and what I feel and see in my body. Yokohama Nigiwai-za is an important theme as a place where I spent time with junior high school and high school students and a familiar place for vaudeville performances. Children, performers, staff, audience, facilities, it's interesting to leave it.

BIOGRAPHY

1960 Born in Yokohama City, Kanagawa Prefecture. After living in Mie Prefecture and Miyazaki Prefecture, entered Musashino Art School.
1985 Main exhibition exhibition (every year thereafter)
1986 Completed Musashino Art University Graduate School of Art and Design (oil painting course)
1987 Ueno Forest Painting Award Exhibition ('91, '93)
1990 Became a member of Shutaiten Honorable Mention
1992 Yasui Award Exhibition (1994), Rakugo illustrated folding screen production (Ise Akafuku collection)
1993 Solo exhibition (Kinokuniya Gallery, 1998), Japan-Korea Western-style painter exchange exhibition (Yokohama Citizens Gallery, etc. 1994, 1995)
1995 Scarab Exhibition (Akane Gallery)
1996 Solo exhibition (Akane Gallery, 2000), Participated in the Shape of Time Exhibition (Yokohama Citizen's Gallery, Red Brick Warehouse every year thereafter)
2002 Agency for Cultural Affairs Contemporary Art Selection Exhibition, Solo Exhibition (ART BOX Gallery)
2005 Osamu Nakajima and Yoshihiro Nakajo Exhibition (Akane Gallery)
2008 "Osamu Nakajima Draws Yokohama Nigiwai-za" (Yokohama Nigiwai-za, ~2019)
2019 "Osamu Nakajima Uchikoshizaka Shunju" (Akane Gallery)
Currently a member of the Shutai Bijutsu Kyokai, Toki no Katachi Doujin, and a member of the Japan Artists Association.

JapaneseJapanese People
NO. 26 BY OSAMU NAKAJIMA