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C-Brushammer, COBRA, Miho Dohi, Kenji Ide, Ulala Imai, Soshiro Matsubara, Julien Monnerie, Koji Nakano, Yu Nishimura, Alexandra Noel, Louise Sartor, Hiroshi Sugito, Naoki Sutter-Shudo, Yui Yaegashi

The Sentimental Organization of the World

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Cette exposition tend à présenter une scène japonaise spécifique ainsi que des artistes qui en sont proches. Les rapports entre ces artistes sont personnels, amicaux ou formels. Tous partagent des pratiques collaboratives au travers de leur travail ou d’initiatives curatoriales.
L’exposition a été pensée et organisée avec Naoki Sutter-Shudo qui fait le lien entre ces artistes et la galerie.


Louise Sartor nous a présenté Naoki avec qui elle a dirigé Shanaynay à Paris. C’est Naoki qui nous a parlé d’XYZ, à Tokyo, où il venait de faire une exposition avec sa femme, Alexandra Noel, dans leur project space : The Steakhouse Doskoi. En novembre dernier c’est en duo avec Soshiro Matsubara qu’il y a montré son travail. Soshiro a fondé avec Cobra XYZ Collective où montrent régulièrement Kenji Ide, C-Brushammer, Koji Nakano ou Julien Monnerie qui montrait son travail pour la première fois avec eux en novembre dernier à Paris Internationale. Dans cette même foire en 2018 Koji Nakano montrait une petite sculpture mobile. C’est là que nous avons appris qu’il était le compagnon de Miho Dohi, dont nous avions découvert les sculptures lors de son exposition chez Lulu à Mexico.
En avril dernier nous ignorions que les cerisiers seraient déjà en fleurs et que Tokyo serait inondé par un flot de touristes. Nous y allions pour voir Miho Dohi et Yu Nishimura dont la femme, Ulala Imai avait une exposition à XYZ où nous avaient reçu Cobra et Yui Yaegashi. Nous y avions rendez-vous avec Alexandra et Naoki qui nous glissait dans l’oreille que Yui était la femme de Cobra, qui nous avait alors montré ses vidéos. Avant de repartir pour Paris nous avons été à Kanagawa visiter l’atelier de Yu Nishimura qui, en nous parlant de ses inspirations, nous a fait découvrir la peinture de Hiroshi Sugito.


Cette succession d’évènements est due, en partie, à l’organisation sentimentale du monde.


Nos plus chaleureux remerciements aux galeries Kayokoyuki, Hagiwara Projects, Misako & Rosen, Tomio Koyama ainsi qu’à XYZ Collective et à Apogee Graphics pour leur précieuse collaboration.



This exhibition tends to present a specific Japanese scene as well as artists who are close to it. The relationships between these artists are personal, friendly or formal. They all share collaborative practices through their work or curatorial initiatives.
The exhibition has been conceived and organized with Naoki Sutter-Shudo who acts as a link between these artists and the gallery.


Louise Sartor introduced us to Naoki with whom she directed Shanaynay in Paris. Naoki was the one to tell us about XYZ, in Tokyo, where he had just had an exhibition with his wife, Alexandra Noel, in their project space, The Steakhouse Doskoi. Last November he showed his work there in a duo with Soshiro Matsubara. Soshiro founded XYZ Collective with Cobra where are regularly shown Kenji Ide, C-Brushammer, Koji Nakano or Julien Monnerie who presented his work with them for the first time last November in Paris Internationale. In that same fair in 2018, Koji Nakano was showing a small mobile sculpture where we learned that he was the partner of Miho Dohi whose sculptures we had discovered during her exhibition at Lulu in Mexico City.
Last April we didn’t know that the cherry blossoms would already be in bloom and that Tokyo would be flooded by tourists. We went there to see Miho Dohi and Yu Nishimura whose wife Ulala Imai had an exhibition at XYZ where we were welcomed by Cobra and Yui Yaegashi. There, we met up with Alexandra and Naoki who told us that Yui was Cobra’s partner. Cobra showed us his videos. Before leaving for Paris, we went to Kanagawa to visit the studio of Yu Nishimura, who, while telling us about his inspirations, made us discover Hiroshi Sugito’s work.


This succession of events is due, in part, to the sentimental organisation of the world.


Our warmest thanks to the galleries Kayokoyuki, Hagiwara Projects, Misako & Rosen, Tomio Koyama as well as to XYZ Collective and Apogee Graphics for their precious collaboration.



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The Sentimental Organization of the World, 2020, exhibition view, Crèvecœur, Paris. © Aurélien Mole

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The Sentimental Organization of the World, 2020, exhibition view, Crèvecœur, Paris. © Aurélien Mole

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The Sentimental Organization of the World, 2020, exhibition view, Crèvecœur, Paris. © Aurélien Mole

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The Sentimental Organization of the World, 2020, exhibition view, Crèvecœur, Paris. © Aurélien Mole

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Koji Nakano, twins B, 2019, plaster, wood, cloth, motor, 35 × 28 × 29 cm. © Élise Fourché

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The Sentimental Organization of the World, 2020, exhibition view, Crèvecœur, Paris. © Aurélien Mole

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Julien Monnerie, Trois singes, 2020, brass, tin, 10 × 12,7 × 4,3 cm. © Élise Fourché

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Hiroshi Sugito, Untitled, 2019, oil on canvas, 55,5 × 62,8 cm.

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Yu Nishimura, birds in the autumn, 2020, oil on canvas, 45,5 × 38 cm. © Élise Fourché

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The Sentimental Organization of the World, 2020, exhibition view, Crèvecœur, Paris. © Aurélien Mole

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The Sentimental Organization of the World, 2020, exhibition view, Crèvecœur, Paris.

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Louise Sartor, Untitled, 2020, dried flowers, picture, artist frame, 18 × 13 cm. © Élise Fourché

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The Sentimental Organization of the World, 2020, exhibition view, Crèvecœur, Paris. © Aurélien Mole

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The Sentimental Organization of the World, 2020, exhibition view, Crèvecœur, Paris. © Aurélien Mole

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The Sentimental Organization of the World, 2020, exhibition view, Crèvecœur, Paris. © Aurélien Mole

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Yui Yaegashi, Untitled, 2019, oil on canvas, 16,3 × 23,5 cm. © Élise Fourché

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Alexandra Noel, Firefighters, 2020, oil and enamel on panel, 17,78 × 12,7 cm. © Élise Fourché

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The Sentimental Organization of the World, 2020, exhibition view, Crèvecœur, Paris. © Aurélien Mole

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Yu Nishimura, lovers, 2020, oil on canvas, 24 × 19 cm. © Élise Fourché

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The Sentimental Organization of the World, 2020, exhibition view, Crèvecœur, Paris. © Aurélien Mole

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Ulala Imai, M. ANANAS, 2019, oil on canvas, 32 × 41 cm. © Élise Fourché

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The Sentimental Organization of the World, 2020, exhibition view, Crèvecœur, Paris. © Aurélien Mole

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Kenji Ide, rectangle #2, 2020, lauan, venner, varnish, water color, 12 × 18 × 13 cm. © Élise Fourché

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Kenji Ide, circle #1, 2020, lauan, copper, water color, compass, 12 × 12 × 8 cm. © Élise Fourché

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The Sentimental Organization of the World, 2020, exhibition view, Crèvecœur, Paris. © Aurélien Mole

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Soshiro Matsubara, Self Portrait, 2020, glazed ceramics, clay, oil paint, fake and real hair, painted wooden board, 60 × 52 × 20 cm. © Élise Fourché

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The Sentimental Organization of the World, 2020, exhibition view, Crèvecœur, Paris. © Aurélien Mole

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Miho Dohi, buttai 42, 2017, brass plate, thread, wire, paint, 57 × 40 × 23 cm. © Élise Fourché

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Miho Dohi, buttai 29, 2016, copper plate, paint, and cloth, 24 × 78 × 20 cm. © Élise Fourché

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The Sentimental Organization of the World, 2020, exhibition view, Crèvecœur, Paris. © Aurélien Mole

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The Sentimental Organization of the World, 2020, exhibition view, Crèvecœur, Paris. © Aurélien Mole

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Hiroshi Sugito, Untitled, 2017, oil on canvas, paint, cardboard, 35 × 46 × 8 cm

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Yu Nishimura, sunset river, 2020, oil on canvas, 72,7 × 60,6 cm. © Élise Fourché

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The Sentimental Organization of the World, 2020, exhibition view, Crèvecœur, Paris. © Aurélien Mole

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The Sentimental Organization of the World, 2020, exhibition view, Crèvecœur, Paris. © Aurélien Mole

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COBRA, Interactive Beauty, 2015, HD video, 6 min 18

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The Sentimental Organization of the World, 2020, exhibition view, Crèvecœur, Paris. © Aurélien Mole

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Julien Monnerie, Aspic 1, 2019, brass, tin, 9,5 × 13,5 × 16,5 cm. Co-production Le Carreau du Temple / Tartaix dans le cadre du programme de résidence PACT(e). © Élise Fourché

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The Sentimental Organization of the World, 2020, exhibition view, Crèvecœur, Paris. © Aurélien Mole

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Naoki Sutter-Shudo, Incendie, 2020, wood, enamel, stainless steel, rubberized dove bone, 49,5 × 47 × 29,5 cm

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The Sentimental Organization of the World, 2020, exhibition view, Crèvecœur, Paris. © Aurélien Mole

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The Sentimental Organization of the World, 2020, exhibition view, Crèvecœur, Paris. © Aurélien Mole

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C-Brushammer, Do Androids Dream of Frank Stella?, 2018, oil on canvas, 72,7 × 60,6 cm. © Élise Fourché

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Poster by Apogee Graphics