The 32nd Exhibition of ITbM Gallery: "Routine Palette"

Exhibitor: SFRN
Term: April 15 (Mon) – June 21 (Fri), 2024
Open: Weekday 9:30 - 19:30
Close: Weekends (exc. June 8) & National Holidays

In this exhibition, we will showcase artworks that portray various actions and habits occurring in the everyday life of Safran Life Garden, presented as vibrant colors and expressive art.


ITbM Gallery is situated within the Institute of Transformative Bio-Molecules (WPI-ITbM) building. WPI-ITbM serves as a hub for forging a new interdisciplinary realm of research by fostering collaboration between state-of-the-art synthetic chemistry, animal/plant biology, and theoretical science. Its mission is to introduce "transformative bio-molecules" that not only revolutionize scientific practices but also impact our way of life.

Within the spectrum of events organized by WPI-ITbM around the theme of "Mix," ITbM Gallery stands out. This gallery is dedicated to showcasing the crossroads of science and art, emphasizing the beauty and creativity born from their fusion. Our aim is to stimulate scientists to explore unconventional ideas and foster innovative "Mix" concepts. Moreover, we strive to provide NU students, faculty members, and staff with an opportunity to reflect on the concept of "Mix" and its diverse interpretations.

ITbM Gallery invites emerging artists to submit artwork for an opportunity to participate in our exhibitions. We are looking for a diverse body of artwork in all mediums and styles. If you are looking for gallery representation and to have an exhibition in Nagoya, submit your art and present it to the public.


Organizer: Issey Takahashi
Advisor: Kazutaka Hirota
Guest curator: Becky Alp, Briar Rose Pelletier


1F Entrance Hall, ITbM Gallery, Institute of Transformative Bio-Molecules (WPI-ITbM), Nagoya University



Issey Takahashi
Research Promotion Division (RPD),
Institute of Transformative Bio-Molecules (WPI-ITbM), Nagoya University

Furo-cho, Chikusa-ku, Nagoya 464-8601, Japan

Tel: +81-52-789-4999
Email: takahashi.issei.a9[at]f.mail.nagoya-u.ac.jp