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Description:Hiroshige FUKUHARA, Contemporary Artist. Live and work in Tokyo, Japan. 福原寛重(アーティスト/AI KOWADA GALLERY

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Hiroshige FUKUHARA Hiroshige FUKUHARA PROFILE / NEWS / BLACK / SILVER / NIGHT / SCULPTURE / MYTHOLOGY / VIDEO / SHOW / ARTICLE / MISC / MEMO / CONTACT Handwriting Font - Marker Pen Created by Hiroshige Fukuhara 2017 The Hobby Font, This Font is free to use under the CC license. This font is a hobby font that I made for practicing new font software. This font covered, Basic Latin, Latin-1, Latin Extended A and B, Currency Symbols as Doll and Euro and Yen, Letterlike Symbols. Maybe covered below languages ; Afrikaans, Albanian, Basque, Breton, Corsican, Danish, Dutch, English, Estonian, Faroese, Finnish, French, Galician, German, Hungarian, Icelandic, Irish, Indonesian, Italian, Kurdish, Latin, Leonese, Luxembourgish, Malay, Manx, Māori, Norwegian, Occitan, Portuguese, Rhaeto-Romanic, Scottish Gaelic, Spanish, Swahili, Swedish, Walloon Free Font : I have set up CC-BY-NC, but please use it freely as a presentation or printed matter unless you sell this font. I clearly state that I am not responsible for any accidents or problems caused by using this font. Here you go. Creative Common License : Attribution-NonCommercial CC BY-NC View Legal Code This license lets others remix, tweak, and build upon your work non-commercially, and although their new works must also acknowledge you and be non-commercial, they don’t have to license their derivative works on the same terms. FREE DOWNLOAD HERE 1ヶ月前 I will be having a solo exhibition at AI KOWADA GALLERY next month. The location is 3331 Arts Chiyoda . Please come to see the gallery if you have time. http://aikowadagallery.org/en/aikowadagallery/ Hiroshige FUKUHARA “Mythology” Dec. 17, 2016 (Sat.) - Dec. 25, 2016 (Sun.) Open every day 14-18 in the period above. Otherwise by appointment till Jan. 8, 2016 (Sun.) AI KOWADA GALLERY is pleased to present works by Hiroshige Fukuhara in a show titled “Modulation."This is the fourth of Fukuhara’s one man show at the gallery following "Binary” , “Recursion” and “Instantiation” held respectively in 2010, 2012and 2013. Fukuhara had launched his successful career as an artist when still a student of art at a University by being selected as a finalist for Philip Morris Art Award and participating in a group show in the PS1 MOMA in New York .After graduation, he became a corporate designer for a renowned Japanese company but continued to create his art, by which he enjoyed success at overseas art fairs such as the Armory Show. The major focus of this exhibition is a tableau of over two meters in width to be on the gallery’s central wall, which shows the image of horses amidst foliage and flowers drawn free hand with pencil over the dark background of black gesso color over the canvas. From distance, the work is but a field of color black. However, when you get close, the dynamic pencil drawings reveal themselves from darkness. The simple technique of drawing with pencil on dark foundation allows the painting to be observed differently depending on the environment and the circumstance. This type of flexibility was an important part of his art which enchanted the collectors, Along with the painting, the exhibits also include his recent photographical works that show images of natural landscapes somewhat akin to those in the Romantic Art of the 18th Century. Fukuhara fabricated these images by putting together with Adobe Photoshop software innumerable images of nature collected from abundant resources including the photographs that the artist has taken for himself. The artist says “Generally, in the orthodox method of collage technique, the artists create meaningful space by consciously making explicit the differences between its constituents. Conversely, I try to establish the image continuity by repeating collage and retouching innumerously.” Here, the collected images are appropriated to represent the new elements that has little to do with their original identities to develop a new eco-system in the fictional space of the artist’s creation where they start their new life. However, because our eyes subconsciously detect the logical irrelevancies carefully concealed underneath the seemingly unified field of Fukuhara’s landscape, we are left with some uncomfortableness. In a way, the space in the series “Mythology” accentuates the difference between the collage elements even more than orthodox collage pieces for the action of hiding them. Fukuhara’s works to create art that is always challenging to our eyes albeit in a subtle way and the dynamic world hidden beneath its quiet presence never ceases to attract our attention. — Hiroshige FUKUHARA, received keen attention as an emerging artist, winning Philip Morris Art Award: final selection (Tokyo, 1997) and taking part in a group exhibition at PS1 MoMA Contemporary Art Center (NY, 2001). After years of absense, his new works were presented at the first time since 1997 at “The Armory Show” New York (NY, 2012) and all the pieces at his solo exhibition was sold out on the first day and his show were futured by The New York Times and more. 4ヶ月前 designboom hiroshige fukuhara’s black sculpture and drawing series contemporary japanese artist hiroshige fukuhara‘s craftsmanship and cultural influence is evident in his series of sculptures and drawings. the hand-carved teakwood statues, coated in black gesso and resin, fuse classic japanese elements with a modern approach — in one, a horse becomes tangled in leaves, and in another a koi fish is camouflaged beneath an abundant array of flora. the glossy pieces contrast his drawings, which employ very simple media, pencil and canvas. fukuhara draws directly on the material, covering it from end to end, without making any drafts or prior compositions. the result is intricately hand-rendered traditional japanese art motifs on black painted panels. the scattered and interwoven elements are typical to fukuhara’s creative approach. the low-contrast pieces reveal an image that is barely visible, rendering various perceptions. depending on the environment — such as distance to the canvas or lighting. the viewer is called on to change their position and angle, finding a space in which the drawings can best be seen. nina azzarello / designboom / Aug. 24, 2013 www.designboom.com - Hiroshige Fukuhara designboom hiroshige fukuhara’s black sculpture and drawing series 1年前 JAPANESE ARTIST INTERVIEW PAINTING DRAWING EMERGING ARTISTS, Hiroshige FUKUHARA Art Radar interview Eight years ago, Japanese artist Hiroshige Fukuhara was building up a successful career as a promising contemporary artist. He showed work at P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center in 2001 then disappeared from the contemporary art world. Then, in 2009, he reappeared at Tokyo’s ULTRA002 art fair, and in March this year exhibited work at NYC PULSE. Last month, Art Radar Asia spoke with Fukuhara in a special interview in which he talked about artwork from his recent solo exhibition “Binary” and explained what he has been doing in the eight years that he withdrew fro...

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