Recent Works: Tsuyoshi Hisakado
Ota Fine Arts is pleased to present a solo exhibition by Tsuyoshi Hisakado at our new space 7CHOME, which recently opened on June 18, 2022.
Artworks in the shape of wooden frames with a transparent surface are displayed on the walls, showered in a soft but bright light that seeps through the thin white curtains. In one of the works, a circle is cut out on the transparent surface, and tilted slightly at an angle; while in another, the frame itself is cut at an angle, and the cut surface is displaced. Each frame has a misalignment somewhere. Hisakado believes that the appeal of art lies in the challenge to deviate from the world, within the frameworks set by mankind, by questioning and observing from a slanted angle. The works in this exhibition embody his own attitude towards art. Please visit this exhibition in conjunction with the 'River' exhibition at Piramide Building.
“Tsuyoshi Hisakado – Recent Works”
Sat. 20 August – Sat. 8 October 2022
Closed on Sun., Mon. and National Holidays
12:00 – 18:00
Ota Fine Arts 7CHOME
101 THE MODULE roppongi
7-21-24 Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 106-0032
Tsuyoshi HisakadoUntitled (self-portrait #2), 2022glass, acrylic, lauan wood80 x 60 x 4.8 cm
Tsuyoshi HisakadoUntitled (self-portrait #3), 2022Acrylic board, brass, varnish, lauan wood62 x 48 x 4.8 cm
Tsuyoshi HisakadoUntitled (self-portrait #5), 2022Acrylic board, varnish, lauan wood62 x 52 x 6.4 cm
Tsuyoshi HisakadoUntitled (self-portrait #4), 2022Acrylic board, varnish, lauan wood62 x 49 x 4.8 cm
Tsuyoshi HisakadoPause - strobe -, 2021Brass, lens, chalk ground, wood panel84.1 x 59.4 cm
Tsuyoshi HisakadoCrossfades - strobe -, 2021Brass, lens, chalk ground, wood panel84.1 x 59.4 cm