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Hagiwara Projects

Hagiwara Projects was established in 2013 in Nishi-Shinjuku and Tokyo. Since then, the gallery has introduced young and mid-career Japanese and overseas artists. In addition to regular exhibitions, the gallery has also participated in art fairs not only in Japan but also overseas, such as Miart, NADA Miami, Paris Internationale. Hagiwara Projects believes that it is a mission to support and bring to the world artists who are sincere in their productions and who expose themselves to explore new ways of expression.

Represent artists:
Miho Dohi (sculpture)
Yuta Hayakawa (sculpture)
Shunsuke Imai (painting)
Maiko Jinushi (film)
Tamotsu Kido (photograph)
Soshi Matsunobe (mixed media)
Nobuhiko Nukata (painting)
Zak Prekop (painting)
Artists presented:
John McAllister / Alain Biltereyst / Christian Hutzinger / Yohei Watanabe

Office: 5-17-1-206 Nakano-ku, Tokyo, 164-0012 info@hagiwaraprojects.com
*The gallery is temporarily closed in preparation for moving.

Nobuhiko Nukata
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Nobuhiko Nukata

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Nobuhiko Nukata
M/F6 ms1306, 2020—2020

oil, pencil, glue on linen
31.8 x 41 cm

Available, € 2 500
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Nobuhiko Nukata
triangle S3, 2019—2019

oil, chalk, acrylic on linen
27.3 x 27.3 cm

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Nobuhiko Nukata
F/S6 mu239, 2019—2019

oil, chalk, gesso on linen
41 x 41 cm

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Nobuhiko Nukata
c/S10 g767, 2020—2020

oil, pencil, glue on linen
53 x 53 cm

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Nobuhiko Nukata
x/F5 g755, 2020—2020

oil, pencil, glue on linen
35.0x27.0cm

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Nobuhiko Nukata
c/S25 g758, 2020—2020

oil, chalk, gesso on linen
80.3 x 80.3 cm

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Nobuhiko Nukata
c/M6 g720, 2016—2019

oil, chalk, gesso on linen
41 x 24.2 cm

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Nobuhiko Nukata
M/P8 mu784, 2020—2020

oil, pencil, glue on linen
33.3 x 45.5 cm

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Nobuhiko Nukata
s/M4 v051, 2019—2019

oil, chalk, gesso on linen
33.3 x 19 cm

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Nobuhiko Nukata
x/F5 mu216, 2020—2020

oil, chalk, gesso on linen
35 x 27 cm
2020

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Nakuda’s work is drawn based on some rules.
One is that all the paint is applied along the eyes of the linen. And the other is to use a stretcher frames of Japan’s own standard.
He pursue how I can draw a painting using the limited elements.
Nakuda’s work is like a “haiku”.
Haiku is a unique poem consisting of just three lines, with 17 syllables in total.
Haiku is to express the reader’s world view in a rich way by using a limited number of words.
Nukata’s minimally drawn lines can also be symbols or marks, or landscapes with ground and figures.
The artist and the viewer’s rich sensibilities resonate by tracing the subtle traces that seem to have been drawn with the hands trembling slightly.

Nobuhiko Nukata

1963 Born in Osaka, Japan
1990 MFA, Aichi Prefectural University of Fine Arts and Music, Aichi
1999−2000 Stayed in London, England on a grant from Pola Art Foundation.

Selected Exhibitions:
“F.P.M.S.” HAGIWARA PROJECTS, Tokyo (solo) (2018), “GROUND α collaborative drawings “ Nadiff Gallery, Tokyo (2017), “GROUND 2” Musashino Art University Museum (2016), “Spider’s Thread – Spinning images of Japanese beauty“ Toyota Municipal Museum of Art, Aichi (2016), “Other world” Tir na nog Gallery, Tokyo (2015), “stationaryⅡ” Galerie Tokyo Humanite, Tokyo (2013) (solo) , “Twentieth Anniversary Special MOT Collection Chronicle 1995 – ” The Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo, Tokyo (2014), “Geometric Images” Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery, Tokyo (2010), and more…

Public Collections:
Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery, Tokyo
Tokyo International Forum, Tokyo
Toyota Municipal Museum of Art, Aichi / Okazaki Mindscape Museum, Aichi
Fuchu Art Museum, Tokyo
The Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo, Tokyo

Maiko Jinushi
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Maiko Jinushi

Maiko Jinushi “Lip Wrap / Air Hug / Energy Exchange” (EXCERPT)

2020, HD video, 2 min (loop)

As Jinushi states she create “a new type of literature”, her image composed of words woven from the depths of individuality and poetic, fantastical sceneries provides viewers a mysterious elation as if reading through a story.
In her works, a monologue of a male, a person making a speech, someone writing something, and dialogue among people, etc., are depicted from several points of view and sometimes these narratives progress simultaneously without logical connections. Various concepts of values are counterbalanced and her observations on relationships between herself and others, and herself and society, are included to bring depth in her video artwork. These attempts differentiate her videos from mere simple narratives created out of fragments of daily sights, and draw the viewers into the world of her expression.
In this work “Lip Wrap / Air Hug / Energy Exchange”, Jinushi draws and reads a poem that addresses questions and uncertainty in the surroundings and in the world.

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Maiko Jinushi

Solo Exhibitions
2018
“Sound of Desires”, Hagiwara Projects, Tokyo
“Silver Factories on 53rd Street”, Art Center Ongoing, Tokyo
2017
“A New Experience of Love”, Ike no Soko, New York
2016
“A New Experience of Love”, Hagiwara Projects, Tokyo
2015
“Big Mouth, Small Hands or Small Mouth, Big Hands”, Art Center Ongoing, Tokyo
2012
“Here and There, Spring and Winter”, Art Center Ongoing, Tokyo

Selected Group Exhibitions
2020
“New “Artists Today Exhibition 2020 Space of Rebirth” Yokohama Civic Art Gallery, Kanagawa
2019
“The Yebisu International Festival for Art & Alternative Visions”, Tokyo Photographic Art Museum, Tokyo
2018
“Teratotera Festival”, Mitaka area, Tokyo
2017
“p r o x y” curated by Vera Kavaleuskaya and Neme Arranz Ruiz, Atski Gallery,
NODE Gallery, Studio 7044
Arabia Campus, Helsinki
“Koganecho Bazaar 2017”, Kanagawa
2016
“RETURN TO – TWS Creator-in-Residence 2015-2016”, Tokyo Wonder Site, Tokyo
“Unusualness Makes Sense – Alternative Art Practices by Thai and Japanese Artists”, Chiang Mai University Art Center, Chiang Mai
“Sapporo Art Stage 2016”, Chi-Ka-Ho, Sapporo
2015
“Zero Gravity –El Ranchito Korea-Japan-”, Matadero Madrid, Madrid
“My Hole, Holes in Art”, Space 23℃, Tokyo
2014
“Fictive Communities Asia – Koganecho Bazaar 2014”, Kanagawa
“Father and Mother”, Talion Gallery, Tokyo
“COVERED TOKYO: Hikarie”, Hikarie, Tokyo
2013
“042 art area project 2013”, TANA Studio, Kanagawa
2011
“The Fertile Land”, Akibatamabi21, Tokyo
“The Artist Shocking”, Shinjukugankagaro, Tokyo
2010
“Kyoko Idetsu / Maiko Jinushi”, Art Center Ongoing, Tokyo
“Joint graduation exhibition of 5 art universities in Tokyo”, The National Art Center, Tokyo
2009
“Ongoing Festival”, Art Center Ongoing, Tokyo

Video Screenings
2017
“Sound of Desires”, Wendy’s Subway, New York
“A Distant Duet”, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver
“Maiko Jinushi – A Distant Duet”, Residency Unlimited, New York
2016
“The National Movie or Art, Okutama”, The National Museum of Art, Okutama, Tokyo
2015
“TERATOTERA Festival –Encounter- ”, Musashino-Geino Theater, Tokyo
2014
“Fukuoka Independent Film Festival 2014”, Fukuoka Asian Art Museum, Fukuoka
“THE LAST BAUS × TERATOTERA 10×10”, BAUS Theater, Tokyo
“Sendai CAMP”, Whole Hole Hall : HŌLU, Miyagi
“CINEDRIVE 2014”, Osaka
“A Voyage To The Chili Rain Season”, Ruang MES 56, Yogyakarta
2013
“Super Young Chili”, YoYo Art Bar, Koganecho Bazaar, Kanagawa
“Fukuoka Independent Film Festival 2013”, Fukuoka Asian Art Museum, Fukuoka
“Image Forum Festival Young Perspective”, Theatre Image Forum, Tokyo
“MAIKO JINUSHI screening of all works”, Shichoshitsu, Tokyo
2011
“TERATOTERA Festival”, Baus theater, Tokyo

Performance
2017
“Sound of Desires”, Western Front, Vancouver
2014
Public video recording “The Sound Of A Horse Approaching”, blanClass, Kanagawa

Artist in Residence
2017
Residency Unlimited, New York
2015
Matadero Madrid -El Ranchito- (Exchange Residency Program of Tokyo Wonder Site), Madrid
2014
Koganecho Bazaar, Kanagawa
2013
KUNCI Cultural Studies Center, Yogyakarta

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