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Yosuke Amemiya

Country(activity based):
Japan
Genre:
Visual Art, Performing Art

Profile

1975  Born in Ibaraki
1999  Graduated from Department of Oil Painting, Tama Art University

 

Solo Exhibitions
2008  "TEAM13 Yosuke Amemiya - Whiplash neuron", TWS Shibuya, Tokyo
2006  "Translator's High," Yuka Sasahara Gallery, Tokyo
2005  "THE WORLD," BOICE PLANNING, Kanagawa
2001  "Inai-kehai: Sign of Nothingness," Guardian Garden, Tokyo

 

Group Exhibitions
2010  "Roppongi Crossing 2010:Can There Be Art?" Mori Art Museum, Tokyo
2009  "Everyday life, another place" Kanaga Prefectural Gallery, Yokohama
         "TWIST and SHOUT-Contemporary Art from Japan-",Bankok Art and Culture Center.Bankok
         "Micro Paradise" My Humble House Art Gallery, Taiwan
         "neoneo Part 1[boys]" Takahashi Collection, Tokyo
 2008 "The House - How to live with the contemporary arts -", Nippon Homes Model Houses, Tokyo
         "Akasaka Art Flower 2008", former SHIMAZAKI restaurant, Tokyo
         "The 4th Fuchu Biennial - TRUE COLORS", Fuchu Art Museum, Tokyo
2006  "Food and Art part 2," BankART Studio NYK, Kanagawa
2005  "Warera no Jidai - Our Age," Art Tower Mito, Ibaraki

 

Yuka Sasahara Gallery
http://www.yukasasaharagallery.com/artists/amemiya.html
BOICE PLANNING
http://blog.livedoor.jp/boiceplanning/archives/50524433.html

 

About works / performance

 'At what point, does ''I'' end and does ''we'' begin?'
I have been curious to reach an answer to this question. It is not a subject only for me. It is a proposition of mankind as well. I hope my entire creations act as superior experimental device to consider it.

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Yosuke Amemiya 《knowledge》 and others 2006-2007 Oil on non foaming urethane foam, wood 

 

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Yosuke Amemiya 《Translator's high》 Installation view at Yuka Sasahara Gallery 2006

 

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