Introducing contemporary artist Ryo Shinagawa.
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1. Profile introduction
Artist name: Ryo Shinagawa
Jinen no Ichi (CADAN Yurakucho, Tokyo)
Purple stem green leaves (Meiji Jingu Museum, Tokyo)
VOLTA New York (East Metropolitan, New York)
Art Fair Tokyo 2019 (Tokyo International Forum, Tokyo)
ARTISTS' FAIR KYOTO 2019 (Kyoto Cultural Museum, Kyoto)
Breathing Garden (Iori Machiya Stay Sujiyamachi Machiya, Kyoto)
One Art Taipei (Taipei Taipei)
November Island (winwin art, Kaohsiung City, Taiwan)
Japanese Contemporary Talents (Ronin gallery, New York)
NEXT TEN (Hankyu Umeda Main Store, Osaka)
ARTISTS' FAIR KYOTO (Kyoto Cultural Museum, Kyoto)
Kyoto Prefecture New Selection Exhibition (Kyoto Cultural Museum, Kyoto)
2. Work introduction
Mineral pigments, gofun, ink, gold mud, glue on Japanese paper
"Spring in the Pines"
Mineral pigments, gofun, ink, gold leaf, gold mud, glue, acrylic on washi paper
stone pigments, Gofun, Chinese ink, gold foils, glue, acrylic on Japanese paper
Mineral pigments, ink, gold leaf, gold paint, and glue on specially made Torinoko No. 2 paper.
stone pigments, Gofun, Chinese ink, gold foils, glue on Japanese paper (Torinoko)
Mineral pigments, gofun, ink, gold clay, glue on Mino paper
stone pigments, Gofun, Chinese ink, glue on Japanese paper (Mini)
3. Recommended points
Ryo Hagiwara's passion for shapes and details are beautiful even in photos, but they are truly beautiful when viewed in real space.
His works come in all sizes. It is also wonderful to display in the entryway or living room as an interior decoration. The facial expressions change depending on how the lighting hits them, so there are many ways to enjoy them!
4.Other information/reference sites/media
Ryo Shinagawa HP https://www.shinagawa-ryo.com/home
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