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Kentaro Kobuke



Kentaro Kobuke

b. 1975 Hiroshima, Japan

Education:
1998
Graduated from Kuwasawa Design School

2009
Chelsea College of Art and Design, London

Lives and works in Tokyo

Solo Exhibitions:

2020
The Other Side Of Hope, Maho Kubota Gallery, Tokyo

2017
Colour of Hiroshima, Maho Kubota Gallery, Tokyo

2014
Generation, Foil Gallery, Kyoto

2013
Primal instincts, Identity Gallery, Hong Kong

2012
Letters, Nakata Museum, Onomichi

2011
Mokume, Daiwa Foundation, London

2009
Zou-no-oto, I-MYU Projects, London

2008
Kinopipinoki, Graf GM, Osaka

2007
Names, Prinz, Kyoto

2006
Layer, doART Gallery, Seoul

2004
Parfait, SCAI The Bathhouse, Tokyo

2003
Woman, Hiromi Yoshii + Gallery Koyanagi Viewing Room, Tokyo

2002
Start, Little More Gallery, Tokyo
Home, Sign Gallery, Tokyo

Visions Tokyoites, ST PERE, Paris

2003
Woman, Hiromi Yoshii and Gallery Koyanagi Viewing Room, Tokyo

2004
Parfait, SCAI The Bathhouse, Tokyo
Drawing Show, UPLINK Gallery, Tokyo

2005
Green, Caminetto, Tokyo

2006
Layer, doART Gallery, Seoul, Korea

2007
Names, Prinz, Kyoto

2008
Kinopipinoki, graf gm, Osaka
Names, AAA Gallery, Paris

Group Exhibitions:

2018
Painters, Nakata Museum, Onomichi

2016
TOKYO-LONDON-NEWYORK, Maho Kubota Gallery, Tokyo

2015
17th DOMANI:The Art of Tomorrow, The National Art Center, Tokyo

2014
Kon! Kon! Kon!, Zenkyoan and Foil, Kyoto

2013
Dualities 2: The State of Innocence, Identity Gallery, Hong Kong

2013
Review, Identity Gallery, Hong Kong

Collections, Foil Gallery, Kyoto

2012
The Echo – Although I am still alive, Kunstraum Kreuzberg, Berlin

2011
The Shape of Things, Art Station Gallery, Tel Aviv

2010
The Frank Suss Collection, Phillips de Pury & Company, Saatchi Gallery, London

Sunset in the Morning, Master Piper, London

2009
Baroque Plastic, I-MYU, London
A House is not A Home, SCAI THE BATHHOUSE, Tokyo

2008
Twenty, Dazed Gallery, London

2007
DEBLI project DTK, Tokyo

2006
HOW TO COOK DOCOMODAKE, NTT ICC, Tokyo and New York
DEBLI project DTK, Tokyo

2004
Kitty EX, Mori Art Museum, Tokyo
Tokyo Stly in Stockholm, Nordenhake, Stockholm

2003
Todays Man, John Connelly Presents, New York