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iron-oxide painting“J.H./D****38”

¥495,000 (with tax)

Material: iron oxide, graphite, acrylic, paper, canvas
Size: F60 (H1303 x W970 x D50)
Production year: 2020

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<p>The purpose of my work is to explore the boundaries that exist in society in various ways, using the iron material as a foothold.<br />
In recent years, I mainly create these two series. <br />
“Anonymous” series – which is a rocking iron sculpture of people and weapons with a criminal history have been 3D-scanned and replaced by detailed iron wire ensemble, which has the conflicting elements of iron’s robust and strong materiality and visual and virtual interference fringe effect.<br />
“Iron Oxide Painting” series – An iron-mimicking painting that created a relief-like motif using a unique painting material in which iron oxide crushed to an appropriate grain size was added to the medium, and gave a red rust texture and solid feeling that could be mistaken for iron itself.<br />
Presented works at solo exhibitions, group exhibitions, and art fairs in Japan and overseas.</p>
<p><strong>加藤智大| Tomohiro KATO</strong><br />
Born in Tokyo. After graduating from the graduate school of Tama Art University, he started working at a metal processing company to improve his skills. Then he started his carrier as an artist.<br />
He is one of the artists who has been attracting attention in recent years, such as winning the Masamichi Katayama Award at “Geisai Taiwan # 2” in 2011 and winning the grand prize at the 16th Taro Okamoto Contemporary Art Award.<br />
Consistently using iron as the material, he works on the theme of the relationship between substances and society.</p>

Additional information

Dimensions 970 × 50 × 1303 cm