JAPAN COLLECTION | EXHIBITION – Sep -2019 | Bunkamura Gallery – TOKYO

JAPAN COLLECTION | EXHIBITION – Sep -2019 | Bunkamura Wall Gallery – TOKYO

13 sep. 2019

At the 5th Bunkamura exhibition, celebrating the 30th anniversary of the famous Tokyo gallery in Shibuya neighborhood, after 20 years living in Japan has been engraved in my heart the Japanese art, especially the current Rimpa of the Edo era. In this exhibition they will be exhibited works that are an expression of the fusion of the Rimpa School in fusion with European art.

“Kachoufugetsu” is a Japanese expression that means flowers, birds, wind and moon. Each one is a symbol of the beauty of nature, but not only this but also the elegant taste for its appreciation and respect.

Capture in an image the evanescence of the delicate moment that nature offers us as the moment when a flower blooms. Being attracted to everyday things like a butterfly, the sound of the wind and the moonlight.

SUMI COLLECTION | EXHIBITION – dec – 2017 | Bunkamura Gallery- TOKYO

Sonia G Caballero

SUMI COLLECTION EXHIBITION | Bunkamura , Shibuya, Tokyo

4 dec. 2017 – 10 dec. 2017

【Artist’s gallery plan】

12/9(sat)  12:00~13:00
12/10(sun) 18:00~19:00

Sumi-e or Suibokga is a traditional drawing technique in its monochromatic ink origins of the Japanese Painting School. In my works I also use Iro-sumi, which is colored ink, mixed with precious metals, Platinum and 24K Gold . Using various techniques which are exclusive to Suibokuga.

PLATINUM COLLECTION | EXHIBITION – Jun – 2016 | Bunkamura Gallery- TOKYO

Sonia G Caballero


1 – “WISTERIA”- 2014 ( 90cm x 130cm, Oil on Canvas) Ashikaga Flower Park
2 – “WISTERIA KYOTO” – 2016 ( 60 cm x 180 cm, Oil on 3D Canvas, Platinum, Resin)
3 – “WISTERIA JAPAN ” -2016( 60 cm x 90 cm, Oil on 3D Canvas, Platinum, Resin )
4 – 5 -“WISTERIA”-2016 ( 30 cm x 120 cm |2 pieces, Oil on 3D Canvas,Platinum)
6- 7 – “GLICINA” -2016 ( 60 cm x 60 cm | 2 pieces, Oil on Cubic Canvas, Platinum, Resin)
8- ” WISTERIA GARDEN” – 2016 ( 32cm x 41cm, Oil on Wood Canvas, Platinum, Resin)

WISHES COLLECTION | EXHIBITION – Feb – 2016 | Bunkamura Gallery- TOKYO

I used to live in Japan for 19 years. I learned, following my heart, various techniques of Japanese traditional art and I fused them with my own painting techniques.

My work is influenced by Japanese culture and art, and it uses traditional materials such as platinum, gold, silver, copper, aluminum, and furthermore, it combines oriental formative art with western oil painting.

“The tree of Wishes” is a work drawn for the exhibition that was held at the embassy of Spain in 2014. The work expresses life that is changing every moment by using copper foil. I painted it hoping that this tree would fulfill the wishes of the viewers.

“Deseos” is the fruit of “The tree of Wishes”, and each one has meaning such as wealth, harmony, love and so on.

SPIRAL EXHIBITION – 2014 | Tokyo- Embassy of Spain

Sonia G Caballero

I would share a list of gratitude with you. These are some of the people who have contributed to making this project possible:
First of all, my mother, Carmen Caballero, who introduced me to the world of art and has been a personal example of hard work and persistence, and, of course, my father.
My husband, Shinichiro Mikame, who has been my patron, has helped and encouraged me to make new projects, dedicating his time, love and patience.
To my children, Luis, Miguel and Sofia, who have been my energy as well as a vital source of inspiration.
Santiago Herero Amigo: Cultural Counselor of the Embassy of Spain in Japan.
Javier Sanchez De Leon : Cultural Section of the Embassy of Spain in Japan (Organization and exposure monitoring · Call for Media)
Kana Miyamoto : Cultural Section of the Embassy of Spain in Japan (translations of texts and interpreter)
Daniel Yamauchi: Consular Section
Norie Nakao: Consular Section
Together with others belonging to the Cultural Section, assembly and technical areas from the Embassy of Spain in Japan who have worked on this project.
Jose Luis Ceballos · Spanish craftsman Martin Carpenter
Elena Diaz Gonzalez · Spanish Artisan
To all my teachers and people who have had a great influence on my work and have guided my path, including Mieko Sasaki sensei in Japan and Brother Jose in Spain.
Thanks to all the people from Spain have been partakers through Facebook, sharing, commenting etc.
Thanks to all who have sent flowers, cards and messages in public and private media with their expressions of affection and appreciation.
Thanks finally to all who have taken time to visit the exhibition.