April 5 – May 4, 2022

SOLO Exhibition

Takashi HATTORI

Castles made of sand

Online Solo Exhibition Takashi HATTORI April 2022 - Online Exhibitions featuring original artwork and contemporary art on display at the JCAT Online Gallery
Two similar problems

Two similar problems

mixed media on canvas
19.69 x 27.56 inches
2022
$420 (without frame)

Labyrinth(Ver.1)

Labyrinth(Ver.1)

mixed media on canvas
19.69 x 27.56 inches
2022
$420 (without frame)

Labyrinth(Ver.2)

Labyrinth(Ver.2)

mixed media on canvas
19.69 x 27.56 inches
2022
$420 (without frame)

A divided maze

A divided maze

mixed media on canvas
19.69 x 27.56 inches
2022
$420 (without frame)

A courtyard

A courtyard

mixed media on canvas
19.69 x 27.56 inches
2022
$420 (without frame)

A castle

A castle

mixed media on canvas
19.69 x 27.56 inches
2021
$420 (without frame)

Landscape

Landscape

mixed media on canvas
19.69 x 27.56 inches
2022
$420 (without frame)

Restraint

Restraint

mixed media on canvas
19.69 x 19.69 inches
2021
$300 (without frame)

Chariot

Chariot

mixed media on canvas
19.69 x 23.63 inches
2022
$360 (without frame)

Migration

Migration

mixed media on canvas
19.69 x 27.56 inches
2021
$420 (without frame)

Takashi Hattori was born in Tokyo in 1970. While working as a Japanese diplomat specializing in the Middle East and North Africa, he continues to create artworks, mainly paintings. He began to work with soil and sand in 2017. He is currently living in Israel and making artworks using soil and sand from Palestine and Israel while praying for peace and stability in the region.

The soil embraces life and death, as all of us are born from the soil and return to the soil. The history of the place is soaked into the soil, not only the history of human beings, but also the history of the earth itself. He now lives in the Middle East and uses the soil and sand from this place to make his work. He believes that the soil in this place gives his work the power and beauty that the soil itself has.

When he creates his works, he often divides the picture into multiple squares and rectangles. The world continues beautifully and seamlessly, but human perception is limited. This delimited quadrangle represents the limit of human recognition, and the continuous flow (soil) beyond the division represents a beautifully continuous world beyond human recognition.

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