Korehiko Hino

by Saturday, May 16, 2015

MITUMEAI

Korehiko Hino paints unnerving portraits of child-like androgynous adults with huge expressive eyes that practically scream at the viewer.

HUTARIHAHASIRU

1976
Born in Ishikawa

Lives and works in Tokyo

Education
2001
Completed the Master Course in Painting at University of Tsukuba
1999
Graduated from University of Tsukuba, Major in Painting

KAGAMIDEMITEIRU
Solo Exihibition
2013
“Scenery as is”, SNOW Contemporary, Tokyo
2011
“What Lies Beneath”, The Ueno Royal Museum, Tokyo
“Spring Man”, Dai-ichi Life Gallery, Tokyo
2010
“Wandering and Questioning”, Shanghai Art Museum, China
2007
Galleria Grafica, Tokyo
2006
Galleria Grafica, Tokyo
2004
‘Skywalk Exhibition Space’ at Tokyo Metropolitan City Hall, tokyo
Galleria Grafica bis, Tokyo
2003
Galleria Grafica bis, Tokyo
2001
Ginza Surugadai Gallery, Tokyo

 

ANANOOKU

Group Exihibition
2014
“Storytellers”, SNOW Contemporary , Tokyo
2012
“Tomorrow is today I see for the first time”, SNOW Contemporary , Tokyo
2011
“Seven Dilemmas – Emerging Contemporary Japanese Artists Group Show”, Mizuma & One Gallery , Beijing, China
2010
“Beyond the Border”, Tangram Art Center, Shanghai, China
2009
“neoneo Part1【boys】”, Takahashi Collection Hibiya, Tokyo
2008
“Chinese and Japanese Contemporary Paintings From Zeit-Foto Collection”, Shanghai Art Museum, China
2007
“Heyri Asia Young Artist Project”, Heyri Art Village, Korea
“Tokyo Painting – My Little Everyday Sceneries”, TOkyo wonder site Shibuya, Tokyo

 

OREHAHIKARUAREWOMITA
2006
“Life”, Contemporary Art Center ART TOWER MITO, Ibaraki
2005
“VOCA 2005 The Vision of Contemporary Art”, The Ueno Royal Museum, Tokyo
“The 1st Pochon Asian Art Festival”, Pochon Art Hall, Korea
2003
“Tokyo Wonderwall 2003”, Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo
2002
“The 20th Izu Art Festival”, Ito City Tourist Center, Shizuoka
“Tokyo Wonderwall 2002”, Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo
2001
“Tokyo Wonderwall 2001”, Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo
2000
“9th AOKI Shigeru Memorial Award”, Ishibashi Museum of Art, Fukuoka/Koriyama City Museum of Art, Fukusima
1999
“The 6th Biennial Exhibition of Arts in Makurazaki”, Nanmeikan Museum, Kagoshima

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