Anz Kanie Solo Exhibition



Anz Kanie’s gaze envelops everything in a warm and pleasant way, and when depicting the things taken into herself on the canvas she does so from a unique perspective, infusing them with singular emotions and feelings.
Her lines are supple, the things she depicts endlessly enamoring, the colors she uses overwhelmingly powerful.
She depicts things in a way that seems to draw every person, object and scene into a place filled with light.
We hope you will come down and experience for yourself the messages behind these depictions stemming from the artist’s remarkable gaze.
Featuring magical worlds crafted through the lines and colors of Kanie’s deft hand, this exhibition and sales event includes new, never-before-seen works created in 2021.

Anz Kanie was born in Tokyo. She graduated from the Jiyunomori Gakuen Junior & Senior High School and afterward went on to study graphic art in London.
She is the chief director of The 3.11 Children’s Library Nonprofit Organization. Kanie has participated in numerous exhibitions at venues throughout Japan and abroad, including art museums, galleries, and well-known department stores throughout Japan. Her activities as an artist are wide and varied, encompassing children’s picture books, essays, set design, mural paintings, lectures and more.
Following the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake, she established a dedicated picture book library for children in the disaster-struck city of Soma in Fukushima Prefecture. In addition, Kanie organizes and coordinates art events for children as parts of larger urban art events held in Tokyo’s Shinjuku and Nerima Wards, Hino City, and other locales.
She also serves as a coordinator in the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology’s Reconstruction Education Support Program, working to bring children throughout the nation together with art, and engages in a number of corporate collaboration projects with BMW Japan, Japan Transocean Air (JTA) and other companies. As a reflection of her endeavors thus far, Kanie has been chosen to collaborate with the Japan Civil Society Network on SDGs, working to link art and artists with sustainable development goals (SDGs) as well as NPOs and NGOs.


フロア: 5F

イベント名: 蟹江 杏 新作展

開催期間: 2021.06.24- 2021.06.30




2021.06.15 UP