[Author introduction] Sayaka Fukuda

Introducing Sayaka Fukuda, the 1st artist of HOLBEIN ART FAIR 2022!

Sayaka Fukuda

I find a sense of mogari in the scenery of the places I go to, and I create mainly two-dimensional objects.
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Born in 1987, lives in Iwate Prefecture

2012 Graduate School of Comprehensive Human Sciences, University of Tsukuba

Completed art major Western painting course

2010 Tokyo Wonder Wall Public Recruitment 2010 Selected

2011 TWS-EMERGING 2011 “Photopsia” (TWS Hongo)

2013 GOLDEN COMPETITION 2012 Excellence Award

2014 28th Holbein Scholarship Scholar

2015: Selected for the 8th Haruhi Painting Triennale

Solo exhibition

2020 “Secretly hiding the corpse of an old butterfly” (space 2*3, Nihonbashi)

2016 ART NOVA 100 (Beijing)

2017 Solo exhibition Vision of Aomori vol.15 “Achievement and wear”

(International Art Center Aomori) ASYAAF 2017

(Dongdaemun Design Plaza Seoul)

2 019 Kobe Art Marche “Artist meets Art Fair”

2022 FACE Exhibition 2022 Selected (SOMPO Museum of Art)

【the work】

Looking at the person looking at the layered tree

Acrylic and Oil on Canvas

H242×W333 ×D170 (mm)


This is one of the works of the Vangi Museum, which has been facing financial difficulties due to the coronavirus pandemic. There are many places where their survival is in jeopardy. What do you feel when you look at the stone sculptures, which have been around longer than the history of the museum?

olive noren

Acrylic and Oil on Canvas

H500×W606 ×D200 (mm)


ANDO MUSEUM in Naoshima. Olives are a symbol of peace, but the turmoil he was involved in as head judge at the new National Stadium is far from peaceful, and his wishes seem to be floating in vain.

three squares

Acrylic and Oil on Canvas

H190×W273 ×D170 (mm)


Works outside Benesse House Museum. It receives tourists with a pleasant breeze. It's a fun sight that gives you a creepy feeling like an anime or game character.


Oil on Canvas

H727×W910 ×D250 (mm)


Written by Aomori's Aspam. As the northernmost prefecture of Honshu, it has the image of being a remote area, but it borders the high seas and is home to a nuclear reprocessing plant, an oil storage base, and a US military base. Aspam was originally a tourist facility with a nostalgic feel, but I drew it to feel like a building that symbolizes hierarchy.

Fountains of the inside

Oil on Canvas

H530×W530 ×D200 (mm)


Former Ito-Yokado in Kitakami City, Iwate, current city facility. In the Heisei era, shopping malls often had indoor fountains, but in order to save money, they now have artificial turf spread out over them, and ornamental plants in cheap pots from home improvement stores placed casually around them. A sight that gives you a sense of decline.

List of works by Sayaka Fukuda▽



[Exhibition view]

Colorful and looks great🌈

It's a stylish piece 😌

You can enjoy cute works with a fantasy feel!

Please come and see it!


[Staff comment]

The scenery that has been transferred through Mr. Fukuda's filter feels like something I have seen somewhere before, and for some reason I feel nostalgic. Mourning is said to be a funerary ritual performed in ancient Japan, in which the body of the deceased was placed in a coffin for temporary storage for a long period of time before being buried. I feel like if I watch it again with that in mind, I'll feel it in a different way. Please take a look and feel the way poetry was interpreted at the time ✨✨ (Nagaya)

[Exhibition information]


1st Week|Monday, August 15, 2022 - Sunday, August 21, 2022
Hatsu Eika / Ayano Hamaguchi / Sayaka Fukuda / Yugo Koroki / Kotaro Inoue
2nd Week|August 22, 2022 (Monday) - August 28, 2022 (Sunday)
Tomomi Taoka / Keisuke Kazuki / Rika Morishima / Aika Furukawa / Nana Matsumoto
3rd Week|Monday, August 29, 2022 - Sunday, September 4, 2022
Kenichiro Fukumoto / Momoko Fukada / Mino Watanabe / Asahi Sugai / Eri Fukuda
4th Week | Monday, September 5, 2022 - Sunday, September 11, 2022
SAKAMOTO ENTERTAINMENT / Kotaro Otsuka / Niji Kikuchi / Hatsune Suzuki / Yu Yasuda / Kimi Sakaki
*Please refer to each artist's SNS for dates when they will be in the gallery.
・Duration: August 15th (Monday) to September 11th (Sunday), 2022, business hours 10:00 - 21:00
*Business hours may change due to the influence of the new coronavirus. Please check the official website from time to time.
·free entrance
・Address: Shibuya Scramble Square Shop & Restaurant 14F (150-0002 2-24-12 Shibuya, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo)
・Access: 30 seconds to 1 minute each from JR Shibuya Station (Yamanote Line, Shonan-Shinjuku Line), Tokyo Metro Shibuya Station (Fukutoshin Line, Hanzomon Line, Ginza Line), Tokyu Line Shibuya Station (Toyoko Line, Denentoshi Line) degree
・Sponsored and planned by: Holbein Art Supplies Co., Ltd., Plus Art Co., Ltd.
・Cooperation: Re Creation Co., Ltd.
■About sales of works
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