Hiroyuki Hamada

I love his combination of geometrical and organic form sculpture. Some of them grew out of the wall; some are freestanding. With his painting and three-dimensional works together, he manipulated the space very well. I especially like the monotone united all his work. Blended with a rustic and industrial touch, it’s like a future object with organic form, surreal but also looks familiar. There are lots of very fine details on the sculpture’s surface, I can’t see how he achieves those shapes. There is not much information about the materials. He mentioned, “it is an extract of a form to communicate, and its extension of the story captured within its framework.” Brilliant work. Hope can see it in real one day.

#61 left view
#61, 2006-08, 38 x 30 x 16 inches, enamel, oil, plaster, tar and wax

Untitled Painting 017, 18″ x 24″, acrylic, charcoal, enamel, graphite and oil, 2016
Untitled Painting 017, 18″ x 24″, acrylic, charcoal, enamel, graphite and oil, 2016

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