Yota Hanazawa Paintings

MORI

My paintings Mori , (Woods) are expressing the everyday, the networks woven between people and their natural evolution.

I show this multi-layered reality of time, diversity of view points and abundance of sensations.

To increase physical sense of materiality in my works I shifted from the visual illusion of flat canvas to wooden relief panels entirely covered by layers of oil paint.

By erasing with this painting process all illusion of imitating reality I intend to communicate the pure joy of painting physicality.

2022 194x259cm

                          2021
                         194x259cm
2019
194x194cm
ANA InterContinental Tokyo 2019/7/5~9/29
2019
ANA InterContinental Tokyo 2019/7/5~9/29
2018
194x259cm
2017
194x259cm
New-wave Artists 2016―From the Public Entry Exhibition Tokyo Metopolitan Art Museum,Japan
New-wave Artists 2016―From the Public Entry Exhibition Tokyo Metopolitan Art Museum,Japan
2015
4Gats
2014
194x259cm

2014
300x300cm
2013
194x259cm

2012
194x259cm

2012
61x91cm

2011 Open Studio

2009
180x250cm

2009
160x130cm
2009 97x162cm
2008 194x259cm
2008 Contemporary Art Space Concept : Nagoya,Japan
2008 Busan Biennale Busan,Korea 200x250cm
2008 Busan Biennale:Busan,Korea
2007
194x259cm
2007 92×140.5cm
2007 16th Annual Scholarship Award,Sato Art Museum,Tokyo,Japan 162x162cm
2006 194x259cm
2006 VOCA: Tokyo,Japan:250x395cm
2005 Descending Images : Yamagata,Japan
2004 CAC Passages
2004 CAC Passages
2004 CAC Passages
1997 Tsukuba Museum,Ibaragi Pref:Ibaragi,Japan
1996,PhD Solo Exhibition,
Tokyo National University of Art Museum,Japan
1996,PhD Solo Exhibition,
Tokyo National University of Art Museum,Japan
1993 227x364cm
1991
Geidai gallery
1991 182x227cm
1990
Tukuba Museum