Past Exhibition:DUSKDAWNDUST


2021.03.13 - 04.30
Opening Reception | To be announced

Open :
Wed / Thu / Sun 14:00-19:00
Fri / Sat 14:00 - 20:00
Closed : Mon, Tue

Special Thanks:Benjamin Moore Japan /


In this exhibition, some of works has been changed the way of exhibiting in the first half and the second half term. You can visit our 3D online-gallery and see the exhibition the link below.
First half term:
Second half term:

Solo Exhibition

東京都中央区日本橋馬喰町2-2-1 DDDHOTEL 1F
1F, 2-2-1 Nihonbashi Bakuro-cho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

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このたびPARCEL(馬喰町)は、island JAPAN(原宿神宮前)と同時開催で、BIEN個展「DUSKDAWNDUST」を開催いたします。PARCELとしては初となるBIENの個展となります。



また、C.C.P. ( CALM & PUNK GALLERY )のキュレーションにて、ED DAVISと共作した新作展も神宮前DOMICILEで3月26日から4月11日まで開催いたします。合わせてご高覧くださいませ。



これまで僕は「フィクションとノンフィクション」という世界を隔てて考えてきた。しかしスマートフォンという「ひとりの光」を持ち歩いている今、世界は分かりやすく「ひとりにひとつ」のものとなり、誰もがその世界の中を生きている。そしてコロナウイルスによって世界中の先行きが見えない今、物理的にも個人は分断され、現実はフィクションを追い越し、フィクションは現実に介入してきた。世界中で更新されるインスタグラムに映る日常の風景は、映画のワンシーンの延長線上に見えてくる。今まで僕はアニメのキャラクターや文字など、記号をモチーフとしてドローイング作品を制作してきた。しかしフィクションと現実が混在しているのならば、表象的イメージをドローイングをすることは、空想の世界を形作るだけではなく、フィクションと現実の境界を壊し、線を引いていることに等しいのかもしれない。飛蚊症によって眼球に映り込む線のように、逆光の中に立ち込めた埃のように、太陽の光、スマートフォンの光、分断されたそれぞれの物語を繋げるようにドローイングをしていく。」 – BIEN

PARCEL is pleased to announce, solo exhibition of Tokyo based artist BIEN “DUSKDAWNDUST”. This exhibition will be hosted in two locations in conjunction with island JAPAN (Harajuku-Jingu-mae).

BIEN, born in Tokyo in 1993 and currently based in this city, has been creating abstract paintings and installations based on his unique drawing style influenced by street culture, animation, and toy figures. The artist attempts to deconstruct and reconstruct symbolic meanings by tracing the shapes of human-made letters, symbols, manga and anime characters portrayed through dynamic lines, while inheriting and sublimating the various modes of expression of street and animation culture.

In this solo exhibition, which will be his first in three years, we will present a new body works, which he has placed color surfaces abstracted from the light captured by his camera, applied on puzzle-like wood panels, and drawn lines as if to weave a world that is a mélange of fiction and reality. Photographs and other materials used as inspiration sources will also be exhibited as part of the installation.

In addition, BIEN and Ed Davis collaborated in an exhibition coordinated by C.C.P (CALM & PUNK GALLERY) which will be held at DOMICILE in Jingumae from 26th March to 11th April.

I was taking a walk in my neighborhood on a day when the air was clear, during the stay-at-home period. As I was walking aimlessly, it was dusk, and from the sun falling in the west, everything standing there made a shadow in the same direction. As I felt the many shadows piercing me, I suddenly realized that the city was always full of light, and I hadn’t seen a moment like this in a long time where all the shadows were pointing in the same direction. In the days before fire was found, the only light source on the earth was the sun, and if everyone on the earth was living in the same world under the same light, then the scene I saw that day was probably the closest thing to the ancient times.

Up until now, I have been thinking of the world as being separated into “fiction and non-fiction”. However, now that we carry around a “single light” called a smartphone, the world has become a simple “one to one” entity, and everyone is living in their world. With the Corona virus clouding the future of the world and the individual physically isolated, reality has overtaken fiction and fiction has intervened into reality. The everyday scenes uploaded daily on Instagram throughout the world are like extensions of a scene from a movie. Up until now, I have been creating drawings inspired by “symbols” seen in anime, cartoon characters and letters. However, if fiction and reality are mixed, perhaps drawing fictional images is not only shaping an imaginary world, but also breaking the boundaries of the fictional and the reality by the lines I draw. Like the lines and floaters reflected in my eyes or the dust rising in the backlight, my drawings connect the fragments of light, the sun light, and the light from my smartphone.” – BIEN



@bien_jap /



Born in Tokyo in 1993, he has been creating works in various media such as painting and sculpture on the basis of drawing expression. Focusing on the forms created by fictional characters such as those in anime, as well as letters, and symbols, BIEN develops abstract expressions that dismantles and reassembles their forms and original meanings. He is also familiar with various subcultures such as rock music and street culture, and the artists approach of mixing diverse contexts is a distinctive feature of what creates the body of BIEN’s work.


Selected Exhibitions

 – SoloExhibition




– Group Echibiton


“-Inside the Collector’s Vault, vol.1 – 解き放たれたコレクション”



“ working/editing 制作と編集”

akibatamabi21, Tokyo, JAPAN


“ Reborn-Art Festival”

Ishinomaki city, Miyagi Pref., JAPAN


“変容する周辺 近郊、団地”

Yashio Projects, Tokyo, JAPAN

“理由なき反抗 – Rebel Without A Cause”

The Watari Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo, JAPAN


“ Reborn-Art Festival”

Ishinomaki city, Miyagi Pref., JAPAN

“SIDE CORE -路・線・図- “

Gallery TRAX, Yamanashi Pref., JAPAN





-Related Exhibitions-


BIEN solo exhibition


by HARUKAITO by island


2020.3.19 fri. -4.18 sun.

Open :13:00-19:00 Thu-Sun


6-12-9  Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo

Contact :



BIEN & Ed Davis duo exhibition

“Mystery Plants”



2020.3.26 fri. – 4.11 sun.

Open:12:00-20:00 / no closing day

Venue:Domicile Tokyo

4-28−9 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo