Hinako Suda creates works based on the concept of "the gap between the body and the spirit," in which she uses body to dissipate the growing frustration from the outside.
Suda's works are somehow comical, sexy, and deeply spiritual, with a definite sense of flesh. Her rhythmic, powerful, and tranquil lines are so expressive that words are no longer necessary.
Some people see in her works a deep prayer, similar to that of Matisse in his later years, while others see an ethereal beauty in the margins of her works. Her work, like a young tree deeply rooted in the history of art, contains the potential of art.
1998 Born in Tokyo, Japan
2023 Graduated from Tokyo University of the Arts
Selected Solo and Group Exhibitions
2023 Step on a chair (GINZA TSUTAYA BOOKS)
2020 Solo Exhibition -Wind Blows, Okeya Gets Profit- (JINEN GALLERY)
2019 Solo Exhibition -nobodyknows- (JINEN GALLERY)
2019 Hinako Suda and Rui Yamagata Group Exhibition (JINEN GALLERY)
2016 Tokyo Metropolitan Senior High School of the Arts, Graduation Exhibition
GALLERY KOGURE is a gallery that internationally introduces artists who possess a concept that approaches the truth and create the highest quality of art. It goes without saying that unique originality is an artist’s lifeline, but what we consider the most important in selecting an artist is his or her “object beauty”, “super technique” and “Neo-culturalism.” “Object beauty” means that an art object itself emits unwavering beauty and that it attracts people even without its concept. What we want from an art work before anything else is beauty. “Super technique” is what an artist acquires by spending a lot of time on studying and training. Originality of an artist who takes interest in and learns antiques and craftsmen’s excellent skills is never carried away by the tide of time. “Neo-culturalism” is a term coined from the idea of “Multiculturalism”. The concept was born from a desire to introduce unique and stimulating works that are a subset of “Multiculturalism”, a proactively receptive expression of the art of various cultures, but specifically featuring the distinctive background of modern Japan.
Director: Kogure Hiroshi
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