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Kyotaro Hakamada

Kyotaro Hakamada

"Fighting Woman-Reproduction 1, 2" 2020 (Broken Sculpture MA2Gallery)

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Kyotaro Hakamada

Kyotaro HAKAMATA

Born in Shizuoka prefecture in 1963, lives in Kanagawa prefecture
1987 Graduated from Musashino Art University, Faculty of Art and Design, Department of Sculpture

The announcement began in the latter half of the 1980s, and in the early days, he used industrial products such as plywood, galvanized steel sheets, and vinyl sheets as materials to create sculptures such as "shells" containing cavities. Since then, he has pursued a unique view of sculpture while constantly incorporating elements that are not like sculpture, using various materials such as furniture, electric cords, lemons, and FRP. In recent years, using ready-made figurines directly, the problem of the duplication of sculptures, which is sometimes political, is expressed by humanoid sculptures made by laminating colorful acrylic plates. The problem of the surface of the sculpture and the invisible cavities, and the danger of the existence of the sculpture that confronts the real (real) and the fake (fake) are developed by a unique methodology with dry humor and nonsense.

Kyotaro HAKAMATA

Born 1963 in Shizuoka, Live in Kanagawa
1987 Graduated from the Department of Sculpture at Musashino Art University

The announcement began in the latter half of the 1980s, and in the early days, he used industrial products such as plywood, galvanized steel sheets, and vinyl sheets as materials to create sculptures such as “shells” containing cavities. Since then, he has pursued a unique view of sculpture by constantly incorporating elements that are not sculptural, using various materials such as furniture, electric cords, lemons, and FRP. In recent years, using ready-made figurines directly, the problem of the duplication of sculptures, which is sometimes political, is expressed by humanoid sculptures made by laminating colorful acrylic plates. The problem of the surface of the sculpture and the invisible cavities, and the danger of the existence of the sculpture that confronts the real (real) and the fake (fake) are developed by a unique methodology with dry humor and nonsense.

Major exhibition history

2011
Solo exhibition "Shizubi Project 1 person and smoke and disappearance Kyotaro Hakamada" Shizuoka City Museum of Art (Shizuoka)
2014
Solo exhibition "Kyotaro Hakamada Exhibition People and Smoke, etc." Hiratsuka Museum of Art (Kanagawa)
2021
"DOMANI Tomorrow Exhibition 2021 Space is born" The National Art Center, Tokyo (Tokyo)
 
 
2011
2011 <Human, Smoke, and Disappearing Shape --Kyotaro Hakamata> Shizuoka City Museum of Art (Shizuoka)
2014
<Kyotaro Hakamata --Human, Smoke, etc.> The Hiratsuka Museum of Art (Kanagawa)
2021
<Domani: The Art of Tomorrow, Exhibition 2021> The National Art Center (Tokyo)

Award history

1996-97
Stayed in China, Tibet, Nepal, etc. as an overseas training by receiving the Goshima Memorial Culture Award Art New Face Award
2011 
The 22nd Takashimaya Cultural Fund Takashimaya Art Award
2012
2012 Shizuoka Prefecture Cultural Encouragement Award
 
 
1996-97 
Studied and Stayed in China, Tibet, Nepal, etc. by The Most Promising Young Talent in Fine. Art Division of The Gotoh Memorial Cultural Award
2011
The 22th Takashimaya Art Award, Takashimaya Culture Foundation
2012
The Shizuoka Prefectural Award of Cultural Advancement

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