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Naoko Sekine

Date: 2015-01-01 Category:

Sekine sees her work as a three-dimensional object whose sides you cannot see from any one perspective, but one that requires you to move around to view. Even though her work is on a two-dimensional canvas, each piece looks different as you change your perspective or depending on your feeling. What she draws is the memory of her experience. Although it is not a specific experience, but an integrated moment of when her heart moved in her life. Her works evokes our memory and emotion to see our life from a different perspective.

Education
2001 M.A, Musashino Art University of Fine Arts,Painting Course
Awards
2008 VOCA, The Fuchu Museum of Art Prize
2002 The Tokyo Wonder Wall Prize, Tokyo Wonder Wall
Collection
Fuchu Art Museum, Tokyo
Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo, Tokyo

Gallery
MA2 Gallery

Exhibition Images

"go for a walk at twilight" at MA2Gallery, photo by Masaru Yanagiba

“go for a walk at twilight” at MA2Gallery, photo by Masaru Yanagiba

"go for a walk at twilight" at MA2Gallery, photo by Masaru Yanagiba

“go for a walk at twilight” at MA2Gallery, photo by Masaru Yanagiba

"BLACK, WHITE and GRAY" at MA2Gallery, Sekine's work on the left

“BLACK, WHITE and GRAY” at MA2Gallery, Sekine’s work on the left

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