MIKI (b.1956, Japan)
(currently resides in Osaka)
Scope Art Expo New York ART SANTAFE
Daegu Art Fair Art MONACO SEOUL OPEN ART FAIR
RED DOT MIAMI ART SHOW BUSAN KIAF
Art expo LAS VEGAS ART SAN DIEGO Salon Art Shopping Paris
2014 Nakanoshima design museum Osaka
2016 ART EXPO NEW YORK NYC
2018 LADS GALLERY Osaka
2020 LADS GALLERY Osaka
I had two faces – one as a consultant, one as an artist then.
I’m a self-taught oil painter.
My recent works especially feature abstract elements.
I have my own way of drawing pictures.
In the beginning, replacement is very important.
My two-dimensional work is characteristic of bright colors.
The use of these bright colors refers to Japanese traditional colors.
I’m trying to replace the possibilities of merging traditional and contemporary Japanese aesthetics
through the use of the oil painting.
Next Layering technique, so I want to set up incorporate various kinds of imagery into my painting
For instance, In the quantum realm, particles seem to be in two places at once, information appears to
travel faster than the speed of light, and cats can be dead and alive at the same time.
I think there are a lot of ambiguous expressions in Japanese culture and quantum realm.
I integrate environmental problems, Japanese culture and quantum realm.
The whole world needs to tackle the problem of environmental problems together.
Art can also contribute to resolving environmental problems in this way.
I just wanted to do the best painting I could do it.