Keisuke Koizumi “A Bunch of Keisuke Koizumi”

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[Image: Keisuke Koizumi "Vessel" (2015) Watercolor, pencil, paper 144 x 160 mm]

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Distorted human forms emphasizing curved and extended lines are reoccurring motifs in the work of Keisuke Koizumi. While the human body has long been a subject of art history, the dimensions of Koizumi’s figures seem capable of withstanding gravitational force, yet elude superficial realities such as skin texture. Their complex architectural constructions of voids and arches, pillars and beams form empty vessels for holding human vitality and eros. New paintings and sculptures are on display.

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Gallery Talk
Speakers: Keisuke Koizumi, Aya Momose (artist), Hajime Nariai (Tokyo Station Gallery),
Date: 12/12 (sat) 18:00–20:00
Audience: 30 (reservations required)
Admission: 500 yen
Please see the official website for reservations and details.

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from November 28, 2015 to December 27, 2015

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Keisuke Koizumi

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