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  • Installation view, “Enrico Isamu Oyama | Noctilucent Cloud,” Kanagawa Prefectural Gallery, 2020. Photo by Shu Nakagawa.

  • “FFIGURATI #172,” 2017, Acrylic aerosol paint, sumi ink and graphite on unstretched canvas, H 304.8 x W 243.8 cm, Photo by tokyomodernstyle

  • “FFIGURATI #175,” 2017, Acrylic aerosol paint, sumi ink and graphite on unstretched canvas, H 304.8 x W 243.8 cm, Photo by tokyomodernstyle

  • “FFIGURATI #176,” 2017, Acrylic aerosol paint, sumi ink and graphite on unstretched canvas, H 304.8 x W 243.8 cm, Photo by tokyomodernstyle

  • “FFIGURATI #214,” 2018, Acrylic on a framed print purchased in Kansas City, H 35 x W 27.3 cm, Photo by Atelier Mole

  • “FFIGURATI #212,” 2018, Acrylic on a framed print purchased in Kansas City, H 29.8 x W 25.3 cm, Photo by Atelier Mole

  • “FFIGURATI #177,” 2017, Commissioned by Jins Inc., Acrylic aerosol paint on mortar wall, H 1.92 x W 9.15 m, Harajuku, Tokyo, Japan, Space design by Teruhiro Yanagihara, Photo by Daici Ano

  • Installation view from solo exhibition “Present Tense,” 2016, Takuro Someya Contemporary Art, Photo by Kei Okano

  • Installation view from solo exhibition “Present Tense,” 2016, Takuro Someya Contemporary Art, Photo by Kei Okano

  • “FFIGURATI #133,” 2014-2016, Acrylic aerosol paint, acrylic marker, sumi ink and latex paint on canvas mounted on aluminum and wood panel (4), H 1.83 x W 4.88 m, Photo by Kei Okano

  • “FFIGURATI #140,” 2016, Mechanical pencil, crackle medium and latex paint on canvas mounted on wood panel, H 50.5 x W 40.5 cm, Photo by Kei Okano

  • “FFIGURATI #124,” 2016, Latex paint and mechanical pencil on canvas mounted on wood stretcher, H 61.1 x W 50.5 cm, Photo by Tom Carter

  • Installation view from “Like A Prime Number,” 2016, Courtesy of Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation

  • “FFIGURATI #127,” 2016, Acrylic aerosol paint and latex paint on canvas mounted on wood stretcher, H 122.3 x W 91 cm, Photo by Tom Carter

  • “FFIGURATI #48,” 2016, Acrylic paint and mechanical pencil on a framed postcard purchased in New York, H 28.2 x W 25.7 cm, Photo by Tom Carter

  • “FFIGURATI #51,” 2013, Acrylic aerosol paint on floor and wall, H 2.95 x W 3.6 x D 9.5 m, Clocktower Gallery, New York, United States, Photo by Atelier Mole

  • “FFIGURATI #51,” 2013, Sounds of Aerosol recorded through the creation process of the mural “FFIGURATI #51,” Full-Range Speaker x 8, Amplifier x 4, iPod Shuffle x 4, Cables, Etc., H 2.95 x W 3.6 x D 9.5 m, Clocktower Gallery, New York, United States, Photo by Atelier Mole

  • “FFIGURATI #34,” 2013, Aerosol, Chinese Ink, Graphite, Marker Pen and Pencil on Canvas, H 3650 x W 2450 mm, Photo by Kiichi Kawamura

  • “FFIGURATI #20″ and “FFIGURATI #21,” 2012, Aerosol, Chinese Ink, Graphite, Marker Pen and Pencil on Canvas, H 3370 x W 2450 mm, Photo by Yojiro Imasaka

  • “FFIGURATI #23,” 2012, Mechanical pencil on paper, H 274 x W 270 mm, Photo by Ken Kato

  • “FFIGURATI #22,” 2012, Lacquer-based house paint, house paint, mechanical pencil and pencil on graph paper, H 255 x W 178.5 mm

  • “Cross Section / Black Blocks,” 2012, Styrofoam, H 2.5 x W 1 x D 2.1 m, Photo by Ken Kato

  • “FFIGURATI #17,” 2011, Lacquer-based aerosol, lacquer-based house paint, mechanical pencil and gesso on canvas, H 900 x W 900 mm

  • Artwork for COMME des GARÇONS 2012 SS Collection “White Drama” Commissioned by COMME des GARÇONS, 2011, Mixed Media, Size Variable, COMME des GARÇONS Office, Tokyo, Japan, Photo by Shinpei Yamamori

  • Choja-Machi Mural Project, 2010, Lacquer-based aerosol and lacquer-based house paint on concrete wall, H 14.6 x W 23 m, Choja-Machi, Nagoya City, Japan, Photo by Takahiro Tsushima

  • mad HECTIC Store Mural Commissioned by WORLD CO., LTD. (Tokyo, JP), 2010, Lacquer-based aerosol and lacquer-based house paint on wooden wall, H 15.5 x W 6.8 m, Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan, Photo by Shinpei Yamamori

Profile

Enrico Isamu Oyama Oyama (b. 1983) received his MFA from Tokyo University of the Arts in 2009. He has garnered critical acclaim within the contemporary art scene for his signature motif, the “Quick Turn Structure,” which has its origins in the visual language of aerosol writing and street culture.

Major solo exhibitions include, among others, the Kanagawa Prefectural Gallery (JP), Fujisawa City Art Space (JP), Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation, London (UK), Marianna Kistler Beach Museum of Art, Kansas (US), Pola Museum, Hakone (JP), Nakamura Keith Haring Museum, Yamanashi (JP), and Tower 49 Gallery, New York (US).

Oyama’s publications include Against Literacy: On Graffiti Culture (LIXIL Publishing), The Real Faces of Street Art: New York Writing Culture (Seidosha), The Art in the Streets: From Twombly to Banksy (Kodansha). Additionally, he served as editor of a special issue on aerosol writing for Japanese art magazine Bijutsu Techo and has collaborated with brands such as Comme des Garçons and Shu Uemura.
2009 MAF, Tokyo University of the Arts
2007 BA, Keiō University
1983 Born in Tokyo, Japan

Awards

2018-20 Grant by Japanese Government (Agency for Cultural Affairs) Overseas Study Program for Artists, Tokyo
2017 Residency at Marianna Kistler Beach Museum of Art, Kansas, US
Grant by Nomura Foundation, Tokyo/ "Ubiquitous: Enrico Isamu Oyama Exhibition" Catalog Publication Project, Kansas, US
2016  Prize for Excellence, Vision of Contemporary Art 2016 Exhibition (Ueno Royal Museum, Tokyo)
2015  Residency at Chelsea College of Arts, University of the Arts London, London (Grant, Tokyo Wonder Site, Tokyo)
Grant by Nomura Foundation, Tokyo/ "The Silent Barn Mural Project," New York, US
2013 Residency at Clocktower Gallery, New York, US
Grant by Pola Art Foundation, Japan
2011 Residency at PointB Worklodge, New York, US
Grant by Asian Cultural Council, US
2009 ZAIM Competition Award 2009
Yokohama Arts Foundation, Yokohama City, Japan

Solo Exhibitions

2022 Paint Blister, NADiff a/p/a/r/t, Tokyo
2021 Print Works, Sezon Art Shop, Yokohama
SPECULA, Ricoh Art Gallery, Tokyo
My Pick, CADAN Yurakucho, Tokyo
2020-2021 Noctilucent Cloud, Kanagawa Prefectural Gallery, Yokohama
2020 Spray Like There Is No Tomorrow, Fujisawa City Art Space, Fujisawa
Special Feature Exhibition Enrico Isamu Oyama, Takuro Someya Contemporary Art, Tokyo
2019 Viral, Nakamura Keith Haring Collection, Kobuchizawa
Inside Out, Tower 49 Gallery, New York
Kairosphere, Pola Museum of Art, Hakone
2018 Black, Takuro Someya Contemporary Art, Tokyo
2017  Found Object, Courtyard HIROO, Tokyo
Ubiquitous: Enrico Isamu Oyama, The Beach Museum of Art, Kansas
Windowsill, Lumine Zero, Tokyo
2016  Present Tense, Takuro Someya Contemporary Art, Tokyo
Like A Prime Number, Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation, London
2015  Envisioned Loops, HL 25, New York
Improvised Mural, Triangle Space, Chelsea College of Arts, University of the Arts London, London
2014 Letterscape, ISE Cultural Foundation Front Space, New York
REVERSE, Nepenthes New York
Quick Turn Structure, Visual Arts Gallery, New Jersey City University, New Jersey
2013 Aeromural, Clocktower Gallery, New York
2011 I Know You Don't Really Care, For It, TANA_Gallery Bookshelf, Tokyo
2009 FFIGURATI, con tempo, Tokyo

Group Exhibition

2022 Shuhei Ise, Enrico Isamu Oyama, Mayumi Hosokura, Rafaël Rozendaal, Takuro Someya Contemporary Art, Tokyo
2021 CADAN ROPPONGI presented by Audi, Roppongi Hills Hills café/Space, Tokyo
Special feature exhibition | Kenjiro Okazaki, Enrico Isamu Oyama, Rafaël Rozendaal, Takuro Someya Contemporary Art, Tokyo
Drawn Together, Jane Lombard Gallery, New York
Group Show: 6 Artists, Mitsukoshi Contemporary Gallery, Tokyo
2020 -Inside the Collector’s Vault, vol.1- Takahashi Collection, WHAT museum, Tokyo
CADAN Showcase01 NEWSPACE / NEWCOLLABORATION, CADAN Yurakucho, Tokyo
2019 Drawing: Manner, Takuro Someya Contemporary Art, Tokyo
2018 Subtle Abstractions, Dietl International, New York
Deconstruction, Greenwich Arts Council, Greenwich
Beyond Tradition: Contemporary Reflections in East Asia, Carolyn M. Wilson Gallery, University of South Florida, Tampa
2017  Sites and Sounds, Blender Workspace, New York
Sites of Knowledge, Jane Lombard Gallery, New York
Embrace or Rebel?, Amelie A. Wallace Gallery, SUNY College at Old Westbury, New York
2016  CRUSH ON ART, Sezon Museum of Modern Art, Karuizawa, Nagano
Vision of Contemporary Art 2016, Ueno Royal Museum, Tokyo
2015 Shunsuke Imai, Kenjiro Okazaki, Enrico Isamu Oyama, TSCA, Tokyo
Launch of PointB Presentation Space and Vision Hub Studios, PointB lodge, New York
Concrete to Data, Steinberg Museum of Art, Long Island University, New York
18X18: From Point A to PointB and Back Again..., PointB Worklodge, New York
2014 KISS THE HEART #3, Isetan Shinjuku+Mitsukoshi Nihonbashi+Mitsukoshi Ginza
Beyond Literacy, Galerie Protégé, New York
2013 An Evening in Celebration of Braddock Tiles, Superchief Gallery & The Anita Shapolsky Foundation, New York
Japanese Artists in New York, (marunouchi) HOUSE
Generating Visuals - Inspiring Circuits, Takuro Someya Contemporary Art, Kashiwa City, Chiba
ISE NY Art Search 2013, ISE Cultural Foundation, New York
FABRIKA, CTSQ, New York
Trick Dimension, TOLOT/heuristic SHINONOME, Tokyo
SIDE CORE: Body / Medium / Graffiti, Terratoria, Tokyo
Tokyo Street, Ikkan Art International, Singapore, In association with Clear Edition & Gallery
2012  Physical Kinetics, Takuro Someya Contemporary Art, Tokyo
SIDE CORE: Japanese Art and The Aesthetic of Street," BA-TSU Art Gallery, Tokyo
Still Spot," Skylight Gallery, New York
2011  Tokyo Art-Power Plant, Tokyo University of the Arts, Tokyo
Padiglione Italia nel Mondo: Biennale di Venezia 2011, Italian Cultural Council, Tokyo
2010  Matsudo Art Line Project 2010, Matsudo City, Chiba
Aichi Triennale 2010, Nagoya City, Aichi
InsideOut of Contexts, ZAIM gallery, Yokohama City, Kanagawa
2009  memento vivere / memento phantasma, Former French Embassy, Tokyo

Publication

2020 "The Real Faces of Street Art: New York Writing Culture" (Seidosha, Tokyo)
"The Art in the Streets: From Twombly to Banksy" (Kondansha, Tokyo)
"The Semantics of Aerosol: Thoughts and Arts after the Pandemic -- A Dialogue with Tetsuo Kogawa" (Seidosha, Tokyo)
2016 "Enrico Isamu Oyama, Like A Prime Number exhibition catalog" (Enrico Isamu Oyama Studio, New York)
"Enrico Isamu Oyama, Improvised Mural exhibition catalog" (Enrico Isamu Oyama Studio, New York)
2015 "Against Literacy: On Graffiti Culture" (LIXIL Publishing, Tokyo)
2014 "Enrico Isamu Oyama, Quick Turn Structure exhibition catalog" (Enrico Isamu Oyama Studio, New York)
2012  ”WHITE DRAMA: COMME des GARÇONS 2012” Exhibition Catalogue, Musée Galliera, France
2011  ”STATE OF THE ARTS—Italian Cultural Institutes in the World” Exhibition Catalogue, SKIRA Editore, Italy
2011 ”Matsudo Art Line Project 2010” Exhibition Catalogue, Matsudo Art Line Project 2010 Organizing Committee, Japan
2011  ”Aichi Triennale 2010" Exhibition Catalogue, The Aichi International Arts Festival Organizing Committee, Japan

Collection

2013 Takahashi Collection (Tokyo)
Collection Gallizia (France)

Others

Bibliography
2020 Co-Author: "Spray Like There Is No Tomorrow," Fujisawa City Art Space, Kanagawa
Co-Author: ""Noctilucent Cloud," Kanagawa Kenmin Hall, Kanagawa
2019 Co-Author: "VIRAL: Enrico Isamu Oyama," Nakamura Keith Haring Collection, Japan
Co-Author: "INSIDE OUT: Enrico Isamu Oyama," Town 49 Gallery, New York
Co-Author: "Ubiquitous: Enrico Isamu Oyama," Marianna Kistler Beach Museum of Art, Kansas State University, Kansas
2017 Supervision: "SIGNALS! Imagination of Writing Culture" Bijutsutecho, Tokyo
2013  Co-Author: "Essays on Works and Reception of Lassen in Japan," Filmart-Sha, Japan
2010  Co-Author: "Architecture and Cloud," millegraph, Japan
Selected Writings
2012  "The Letter Racers," REAR Issue.28, Japan
2012  "Chess and Mushroom Exchange A Passing Greeting," EUREKA Issue.10 2012, Japan
2012  "Painting and Speeding," KUMITATE Issue.2, Japan
2011  "Banksy’s Literacy," EUREKA Issue.8 2011, Japan
2011  "Rhythm of Francis Alÿs," 10+1 Website, Japan
Commission Work
2015  Shu Uemura, Vision of Beauty Vol.2 Haute Street (commissioned by Shu Uemura Cosmetics Inc., Tokyo)
2011 COMME des GARÇONS 2012 SS Collection

Profile

Enrico Isamu Oyama Oyama (b. 1983) received his MFA from Tokyo University of the Arts in 2009. He has garnered critical acclaim within the contemporary art scene for his signature motif, the “Quick Turn Structure,” which has its origins in the visual language of aerosol writing and street culture.

Major solo exhibitions include, among others, the Kanagawa Prefectural Gallery (JP), Fujisawa City Art Space (JP), Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation, London (UK), Marianna Kistler Beach Museum of Art, Kansas (US), Pola Museum, Hakone (JP), Nakamura Keith Haring Museum, Yamanashi (JP), and Tower 49 Gallery, New York (US).

Oyama’s publications include Against Literacy: On Graffiti Culture (LIXIL Publishing), The Real Faces of Street Art: New York Writing Culture (Seidosha), The Art in the Streets: From Twombly to Banksy (Kodansha). Additionally, he served as editor of a special issue on aerosol writing for Japanese art magazine Bijutsu Techo and has collaborated with brands such as Comme des Garçons and Shu Uemura.
2009 MAF, Tokyo University of the Arts
2007 BA, Keiō University
1983 Born in Tokyo, Japan

Awards

2018-20 Grant by Japanese Government (Agency for Cultural Affairs) Overseas Study Program for Artists, Tokyo
2017 Residency at Marianna Kistler Beach Museum of Art, Kansas, US
Grant by Nomura Foundation, Tokyo/ "Ubiquitous: Enrico Isamu Oyama Exhibition" Catalog Publication Project, Kansas, US
2016  Prize for Excellence, Vision of Contemporary Art 2016 Exhibition (Ueno Royal Museum, Tokyo)
2015  Residency at Chelsea College of Arts, University of the Arts London, London (Grant, Tokyo Wonder Site, Tokyo)
Grant by Nomura Foundation, Tokyo/ "The Silent Barn Mural Project," New York, US
2013 Residency at Clocktower Gallery, New York, US
Grant by Pola Art Foundation, Japan
2011 Residency at PointB Worklodge, New York, US
Grant by Asian Cultural Council, US
2009 ZAIM Competition Award 2009
Yokohama Arts Foundation, Yokohama City, Japan

Solo Exhibitions

2022 Paint Blister, NADiff a/p/a/r/t, Tokyo
2021 Print Works, Sezon Art Shop, Yokohama
SPECULA, Ricoh Art Gallery, Tokyo
My Pick, CADAN Yurakucho, Tokyo
2020-2021 Noctilucent Cloud, Kanagawa Prefectural Gallery, Yokohama
2020 Spray Like There Is No Tomorrow, Fujisawa City Art Space, Fujisawa
Special Feature Exhibition Enrico Isamu Oyama, Takuro Someya Contemporary Art, Tokyo
2019 Viral, Nakamura Keith Haring Collection, Kobuchizawa
Inside Out, Tower 49 Gallery, New York
Kairosphere, Pola Museum of Art, Hakone
2018 Black, Takuro Someya Contemporary Art, Tokyo
2017  Found Object, Courtyard HIROO, Tokyo
Ubiquitous: Enrico Isamu Oyama, The Beach Museum of Art, Kansas
Windowsill, Lumine Zero, Tokyo
2016  Present Tense, Takuro Someya Contemporary Art, Tokyo
Like A Prime Number, Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation, London
2015  Envisioned Loops, HL 25, New York
Improvised Mural, Triangle Space, Chelsea College of Arts, University of the Arts London, London
2014 Letterscape, ISE Cultural Foundation Front Space, New York
REVERSE, Nepenthes New York
Quick Turn Structure, Visual Arts Gallery, New Jersey City University, New Jersey
2013 Aeromural, Clocktower Gallery, New York
2011 I Know You Don't Really Care, For It, TANA_Gallery Bookshelf, Tokyo
2009 FFIGURATI, con tempo, Tokyo

Group Exhibition

2022 Shuhei Ise, Enrico Isamu Oyama, Mayumi Hosokura, Rafaël Rozendaal, Takuro Someya Contemporary Art, Tokyo
2021 CADAN ROPPONGI presented by Audi, Roppongi Hills Hills café/Space, Tokyo
Special feature exhibition | Kenjiro Okazaki, Enrico Isamu Oyama, Rafaël Rozendaal, Takuro Someya Contemporary Art, Tokyo
Drawn Together, Jane Lombard Gallery, New York
Group Show: 6 Artists, Mitsukoshi Contemporary Gallery, Tokyo
2020 -Inside the Collector’s Vault, vol.1- Takahashi Collection, WHAT museum, Tokyo
CADAN Showcase01 NEWSPACE / NEWCOLLABORATION, CADAN Yurakucho, Tokyo
2019 Drawing: Manner, Takuro Someya Contemporary Art, Tokyo
2018 Subtle Abstractions, Dietl International, New York
Deconstruction, Greenwich Arts Council, Greenwich
Beyond Tradition: Contemporary Reflections in East Asia, Carolyn M. Wilson Gallery, University of South Florida, Tampa
2017  Sites and Sounds, Blender Workspace, New York
Sites of Knowledge, Jane Lombard Gallery, New York
Embrace or Rebel?, Amelie A. Wallace Gallery, SUNY College at Old Westbury, New York
2016  CRUSH ON ART, Sezon Museum of Modern Art, Karuizawa, Nagano
Vision of Contemporary Art 2016, Ueno Royal Museum, Tokyo
2015 Shunsuke Imai, Kenjiro Okazaki, Enrico Isamu Oyama, TSCA, Tokyo
Launch of PointB Presentation Space and Vision Hub Studios, PointB lodge, New York
Concrete to Data, Steinberg Museum of Art, Long Island University, New York
18X18: From Point A to PointB and Back Again..., PointB Worklodge, New York
2014 KISS THE HEART #3, Isetan Shinjuku+Mitsukoshi Nihonbashi+Mitsukoshi Ginza
Beyond Literacy, Galerie Protégé, New York
2013 An Evening in Celebration of Braddock Tiles, Superchief Gallery & The Anita Shapolsky Foundation, New York
Japanese Artists in New York, (marunouchi) HOUSE
Generating Visuals - Inspiring Circuits, Takuro Someya Contemporary Art, Kashiwa City, Chiba
ISE NY Art Search 2013, ISE Cultural Foundation, New York
FABRIKA, CTSQ, New York
Trick Dimension, TOLOT/heuristic SHINONOME, Tokyo
SIDE CORE: Body / Medium / Graffiti, Terratoria, Tokyo
Tokyo Street, Ikkan Art International, Singapore, In association with Clear Edition & Gallery
2012  Physical Kinetics, Takuro Someya Contemporary Art, Tokyo
SIDE CORE: Japanese Art and The Aesthetic of Street," BA-TSU Art Gallery, Tokyo
Still Spot," Skylight Gallery, New York
2011  Tokyo Art-Power Plant, Tokyo University of the Arts, Tokyo
Padiglione Italia nel Mondo: Biennale di Venezia 2011, Italian Cultural Council, Tokyo
2010  Matsudo Art Line Project 2010, Matsudo City, Chiba
Aichi Triennale 2010, Nagoya City, Aichi
InsideOut of Contexts, ZAIM gallery, Yokohama City, Kanagawa
2009  memento vivere / memento phantasma, Former French Embassy, Tokyo

Publication

2020 "The Real Faces of Street Art: New York Writing Culture" (Seidosha, Tokyo)
"The Art in the Streets: From Twombly to Banksy" (Kondansha, Tokyo)
"The Semantics of Aerosol: Thoughts and Arts after the Pandemic -- A Dialogue with Tetsuo Kogawa" (Seidosha, Tokyo)
2016 "Enrico Isamu Oyama, Like A Prime Number exhibition catalog" (Enrico Isamu Oyama Studio, New York)
"Enrico Isamu Oyama, Improvised Mural exhibition catalog" (Enrico Isamu Oyama Studio, New York)
2015 "Against Literacy: On Graffiti Culture" (LIXIL Publishing, Tokyo)
2014 "Enrico Isamu Oyama, Quick Turn Structure exhibition catalog" (Enrico Isamu Oyama Studio, New York)
2012  ”WHITE DRAMA: COMME des GARÇONS 2012” Exhibition Catalogue, Musée Galliera, France
2011  ”STATE OF THE ARTS—Italian Cultural Institutes in the World” Exhibition Catalogue, SKIRA Editore, Italy
2011 ”Matsudo Art Line Project 2010” Exhibition Catalogue, Matsudo Art Line Project 2010 Organizing Committee, Japan
2011  ”Aichi Triennale 2010" Exhibition Catalogue, The Aichi International Arts Festival Organizing Committee, Japan

Collection

2013 Takahashi Collection (Tokyo)
Collection Gallizia (France)

Others

Bibliography
2020 Co-Author: "Spray Like There Is No Tomorrow," Fujisawa City Art Space, Kanagawa
Co-Author: ""Noctilucent Cloud," Kanagawa Kenmin Hall, Kanagawa
2019 Co-Author: "VIRAL: Enrico Isamu Oyama," Nakamura Keith Haring Collection, Japan
Co-Author: "INSIDE OUT: Enrico Isamu Oyama," Town 49 Gallery, New York
Co-Author: "Ubiquitous: Enrico Isamu Oyama," Marianna Kistler Beach Museum of Art, Kansas State University, Kansas
2017 Supervision: "SIGNALS! Imagination of Writing Culture" Bijutsutecho, Tokyo
2013  Co-Author: "Essays on Works and Reception of Lassen in Japan," Filmart-Sha, Japan
2010  Co-Author: "Architecture and Cloud," millegraph, Japan
Selected Writings
2012  "The Letter Racers," REAR Issue.28, Japan
2012  "Chess and Mushroom Exchange A Passing Greeting," EUREKA Issue.10 2012, Japan
2012  "Painting and Speeding," KUMITATE Issue.2, Japan
2011  "Banksy’s Literacy," EUREKA Issue.8 2011, Japan
2011  "Rhythm of Francis Alÿs," 10+1 Website, Japan
Commission Work
2015  Shu Uemura, Vision of Beauty Vol.2 Haute Street (commissioned by Shu Uemura Cosmetics Inc., Tokyo)
2011 COMME des GARÇONS 2012 SS Collection

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