TOKYO///FIGURATIVELY SPEAKING…

July 5, 2007  |  Uncategorized

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Tokyo residents and lucky travelers headed to the city of flashing red lights before July 14th can take in the very excellent show of recent paintings and drawings by hypertalented Young Japanese artist KOREHIKO HINO. On display at GALLERIA GRAFICA TOKIO, in Ginza, the two-week exhibit showcases the 30-year-old painter's masterful command of light and form, whose figurative rendering skills in oils are beyond reproach. The big eye look comes with the territory, and the theme adds an air of subtle surreality to the otherwise straightforward, if not purposely awkward studies. Having won the city's prestigious VOCA Prize (The Vision of Contemporary Art) in 2005, the kid's star is on the rise, just like his prices...

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