Robert Bosisio, Asa Hiramatsu, Donata Wenders

Group Show

Jun 14th, 2024 - Jul 12th

104GALERIE (Nakameguro, Tokyo) is holding a group exhibition with Robert Bosisio, Asa Hitamatsu, and Donata Wenders from June 14th to July 12th 2024. In this exhibition, we will show several unpublished pieces by Bosisio and photographic work by Wenders, along with new work by Asa Hiramatsu, who 104GALERIE is introducing for the first time. We are planning a solo show of her work at the gallery next year, and we are pleased to offer the opportunity to view some of her pieces in advance of that event.


Robert Bosisio
Robert Bosisio was born in 1963 in Trodena, northern Italy. Since graduating from The Academy of Fine Arts Vienna he has been producing his art in Berlin, NY, and London. He is currently based in Trodena. He has held solo exhibitions in a range of institutions including the Museum Art Center Hugo Voeten in Antwerpen (Belgium, 2014), and Museul de Arta ‒ Art Museum Cluj-Napoca (Romania, 2010), as well as in Austria, Germany, Switzerland and the United States. In 2011, he was awarded La Fenice Prize in Venice, and he exhibited his work in the Italian Pavilion at the Venice Biennale in the same year. In 2020 he was selected as one of the finalists of the BP Portrait Award 2020 (UK), and is highly acclaimed worldwide. He recently held his first exhibition in China in a gallery in Shenzhen, which was well received.
To date, he has held three solo exhibitions at 104GALIERIE and has previously taken part in several group shows, all of which have been highly regarded.

Asa Hiramatsu was born in 1982 in Tokyo. She began seriously pursuing her work as an artist in 2012, and exhibitions at art galleries have been a major element of her career. She paints landscapes residing in her inner body, depicting emotional scenes with a central motif of clouds.
She has also produced work for newspapers, magazines, and books. Her major projects include Gulliver’s Travels (Jonathan Swift, translated by Motoyuki Shibata; a series carried in the Asahi Shimbun evening paper in 2020-2021), Haruki Murakami’s speech of acceptance for the Hans Christian Andersen Literature Award (MONKEY Vol.11, Switch Publishing, 2017), The Dream of the Celt (Mario Vargas Llosa, Translated by Fumiaki Noya, Iwanami Shoten, Publishers, 2021) The Palace of the White Skunks (Reynaldo Arenas, translated by Tetsuyuki Ando, Inscript, 2023), Miharashi no Yoi Jikan (Itsushi Kawase, Akaaka Art Publishing, 2024), along with many others. She has also published written pieces, such as a contributing essay for the book Saul Leiter The Centennial Retrospective (Thames & Hudson, 2023).
As an experiment in theater performance involving oil painting, she is exhibiting oil works dedicated to the new play Ano Geshi no Ban Ikinokori no Homo Sapiens wa Owaranai Yume wo Mita (performed June 6th to 12th 2024 in Tokyo), directed by Kazuyoshi Kushida of Flying Theater Jiyu Gekijo.
104GALERIE is planning to hold a solo exhibition with her in 2025.

Donata Wenders
Donata Wenders was born in 1965 in Berlin. Having studied film and theatre in Berlin and Stuttgart, she he began her career as a photographic artist in 1995. Since then, she has worked with writers like Siri Hustvedt and Peter Handke, artist Reiko Ikemura, and fashion designer Yohji Yamamoto, creating numerous documentary pieces. She has worked as a stills photographer for the films directed by her husband, Wim Wenders, to create photographic records, and has also expressed moments she captured in communication with her subjects in her own artistic work.
Her major works include Pina (2012), Don’t Come Knocking (2005) and Buena Vista Social Club (2002), among others. The work of Donata Wenders has been exhibited in museums and galleries across Europe, including Germany and France, as well as in the US, Japan, and South Korea.
Her work was first introduced at 104GALERIE in 2022, in a group show alongside Robert Bosisio, and in December last year we exhibited her film work related to the movie “PERFECT DAYS”, directed by her husband Wim Wenders. It attracted an overwhelming number of visitors.


Robert Bosisio, Asa Hiramatsu, Donata Wenders


June 14th (Fri) – July 12th (Fri) 2024




on Sundays, Public holidays


FORCE Building B1F, 1-20-4 Aobadai Meguro-ku Tokyo