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b. 1982, Japan

Yoriko Takabatake Biography

Born in Fukuoka, lives and works in Tokyo. Graduated from PhD, oil painting, Tokyo University of the Arts in 2016.

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She creates her painting as if she a produced canvas itself by dripping and layering oil paints like threads. At times, she actively includes chance through her dialectic approach, which embodies 'construction, destruction and reconstruction' by blowing wet paints off the canvas.

Selected solo exhibition: Fountain, ShugoArts, Tokyo (2018), Bathing, ShugoArts Weekend Gallery, Tokyo (2016), Project N 58 Yoriko Takabatake, Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery, Tokyo (2014)

Selected group exhibition: TRICK-DIMENSION, TOKYO FRONT LINE, Tokyo (2013), Art Award Tokyo Marunouchi 2013, Tokyo (2013), DANDANS at No Man's Land, former French Embassy, Tokyo (2010)

Yoriko Takabatake Featured Artworks

Riverside dust, fall by Yoriko Takabatake contemporary artwork
Yoriko TakabatakeRiverside dust, fall, 2017oil, acrylic on panel
41 x 31 cm
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Ground drop #3 by Yoriko Takabatake contemporary artwork
Yoriko TakabatakeGround drop #3, 2018oil on panel
90 x 71 cm
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Venus, heat and press PBk6 PW6 PM1 by Yoriko Takabatake contemporary artwork
Yoriko TakabatakeVenus, heat and press PBk6 PW6 PM1, 2019oil, acrylic, alkyd resin, bees wax on panel
142 x 95 cm
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Venus, burnt PR3 by Yoriko Takabatake contemporary artwork
Yoriko TakabatakeVenus, burnt PR3, 2019oil, acrylic, alkyd resin, bees wax on panel
142 x 95 cm
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Venus, burnt and wind PR3 by Yoriko Takabatake contemporary artwork
Yoriko TakabatakeVenus, burnt and wind PR3, 2019oil, stainless net, alkyd resin on panel
142 x 95 cm
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Riverside dust, fall by Yoriko Takabatake contemporary artwork
Yoriko TakabatakeRiverside dust, fall, 2017Oil, acrylic on panel
41 x 31 cm
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Dust, lamp black 2 by Yoriko Takabatake contemporary artwork
Yoriko TakabatakeDust, lamp black 2, 2018Oil on panel
142 x 142 cm
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Yoriko Takabatake Recent Exhibitions

Contemporary art exhibition, Group Exhbition, ShugoArts Show at ShugoArts, Tokyo
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2–22 November 2019 Group Exhbition ShugoArts Show ShugoArts, Tokyo
Contemporary art exhibition, Group Exhibition, The ShugoArts Show at ShugoArts, Tokyo
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16 February–6 April 2019 Group Exhibition The ShugoArts Show ShugoArts, Tokyo
Contemporary art exhibition, Yoriko Takabatake, Fountain at ShugoArts, Tokyo
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14 April–19 May 2018 Yoriko Takabatake Fountain ShugoArts, Tokyo

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