Japanese artist Hideki Iinuma is born in Matsumoto in 1975, Iinuma moved to Tokyo and Nagoya as a student, then studied in France in 2002. The artist uses traditional Japanese carving techniques, coupled with the artistic inspired by studying in France, showing a unique fashion aesthetic.Read More
The most recognised sculpture is presenting the Fashion Female as the main shaft of his creation, to jump off the male sculptures that always presented strength and beauty in ancient Greece and Rome, and exploring the feminine body language of the Gender.
He has held exhibitions in Germany, Italy, and Switzerland, his artistic ability being recognised in Europe before Asia. In 2016, The Matsumoto City Museum of Art held a solo exhibition for him, HIDEKI IINUMA: Fighting The Goddesses [飯沼英樹 闘ウ女神タチ].
Text courtesy Gin Huang Gallery.