Kenji Suzuki + Hiroko Fujino "Dualscape"

Artlantico Gallery Shibuya

poster for Kenji Suzuki + Hiroko Fujino "Dualscape"

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This exhibition features the work of Kenji Suzuki and Hiroko Fujino, attempting to read and take apart the landscape of cities through multiple viewpoints. While their techniques are different, their concerns and sympathies are similar.

Kenji Suzuki was born in Shizuoka prefecture in 1966 and graduated from the course in western painting (yoga) at the department of figurative arts at Kyoto Zokei Art University in 2003. Suzuki produces layered paintings composed of multiple landscapes using a controlled palette and restrained lines. In recent years, he has started working with the particular texture and feel of silver paint.

Hiroko Fujino was born in Tokyo in 1984 and graduated from the industrial design department at Musashino Art University in 2007. She is currently a candidate for the Masters degree in industrial design, specializing in glass, at Tama Art University. While making use of the unique feel and texture of glass, Fujino produces 3D works that capture the dual nature of cityscapes - back and front, destruction and creation, etc.

Opening Reception: July 5th (Sat) 18:00-

[Image: Kenji Suzuki, "Color of Vision" (2008), oil on canvas, 909×1167mm]

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From 2008-07-05 To 2008-08-09

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