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KOSUKE Motohashi(本橋 孝祐)

本橋 孝祐

KOSUKE Motohashi

- Japan

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KOSUKE Motohashi's Artworks

King of Silence - Print ver.

King of Silence - Print ver.

$142.86 USD w29.7 x h42 x d0.1 CM

untitled2

untitled2

$7,428.57 USD w109.6 x h135.5 x d7 CM

Universal Composition

Universal Composition

$4,761.90 USD w80.5 x h116.5 x d2.5 CM

untitled

untitled

$7,428.57 USD w109.6 x h135.5 x d7 CM

Tutankhamun

Tutankhamun

$7,428.57 USD w109.6 x h135.5 x d7 CM

Silence of the king

Silence of the king

$6,190.48 USD w41.5 x h133.5 x d31 CM

Cursed face

Cursed face

$4,761.90 USD w91 x h116.7 x d2.5 CM

Baekje Kannon

Baekje Kannon

Sold Out USD w109.6 x h135.5 x d7 CM

Kings

Kings

Sold Out USD w21 x h30.7 x d15 CM

Fat king

Fat king

Sold Out USD w20 x h7 x d18 CM

King

King

Sold Out USD w23 x h22 x d25 CM

Nike

Nike

Sold Out USD w109.6 x h135.5 x d7 CM

Fontaine

Fontaine

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Concept

Kosuke's work is mixed with philosophical and anthropological sense, as well as the influence of conceptual art, avant-garde, and the Japanese sense of “zen”. Because a lot of concepts are mixed, his work emphasizes spirituality and meaning rather than the retinal perspective of painting in general....
Kosuke's work is mixed with philosophical and anthropological sense, as well as the influence of conceptual art, avant-garde, and the Japanese sense of “zen”. Because a lot of concepts are mixed, his work emphasizes spirituality and meaning rather than the retinal perspective of painting in general. He considers creation and appreciation of art as a “ceremony of confirmation” which lead the theme of his work as “The truth for the human being”. Kosuke's main series is “Universal Composition” which is a canvas filled with countless splashes, “Urge” which is work drawn dynamically with bare hands, and “Portrait of sapience” which is work drawn artifacts.

Biography

1989 Born in Kobe, Japan2012 Graduated from Ritsumeikan University in Kyoto, Japan 2012 Moved to Tokyo, Japan
1989 Born in Kobe, Japan
2012 Graduated from Ritsumeikan University in Kyoto, Japan
2012 Moved to Tokyo, Japan

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