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Aiko Kurebayashi(紅林 愛子)

紅林 愛子

Aiko Kurebayashi

- Japan

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桃紅柳緑 Toh Koh Ryu Ryoku

桃紅柳緑 Toh Koh Ryu Ryoku

$2,095.24 USD w45.1 x h31 x d3 CM

Blown

Blown

$2,857.14 USD w48.4 x h36.3 x d2 CM

Passing

Passing

$3,619.05 USD w53.4 x h41.6 x d2.2 CM

Flower. Snow.

Flower. Snow.

$2,190.48 USD w52.2 x h42 x d1.6 CM

Flowing blue

Flowing blue

$2,190.48 USD w64 x h47 x d2.4 CM

Trio

Trio

$2,190.48 USD w48.4 x h64 x d2.4 CM

Earth

Earth

$3,809.52 USD w66.4 x h51 x d2.7 CM

Swing blue

Swing blue

$6,476.19 USD w90 x h70 x d2.7 CM

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USD $2,095 ~ $6,476

Concept

Mr. Benrin is known for his works depicting horses using "Yuzen Dyeing".This method was originally used to dye kimonos in the Edo period (1603-1868) and is considered a traditional Japanese craft.It creates vivid colors and a fantastic atmosphere on the delicate silk fabric.Ms. Benrin has been fasci...
Mr. Benrin is known for his works depicting horses using "Yuzen Dyeing".
This method was originally used to dye kimonos in the Edo period (1603-1868) and is considered a traditional Japanese craft.
It creates vivid colors and a fantastic atmosphere on the delicate silk fabric.
Ms. Benrin has been fascinated by horses since she was a child.
By expressing the simple figure of a horse in a bold composition
By expressing the simple figure of a horse in a bold composition, she creates unique works that give the viewer a sense of healing energy.

Biography

Graduated from Tama Art University, Department of Design, Dyeing and Weaving DesignCompleted Graduate School of Design, Tama Art UniversityWorks in the collection of the Hammond Museum of Art, New YorkOther (many works in the collections of companies, hospitals, stores, and private individuals)Membe...
Graduated from Tama Art University, Department of Design, Dyeing and Weaving Design
Completed Graduate School of Design, Tama Art University

Works in the collection of the Hammond Museum of Art, New York
Other (many works in the collections of companies, hospitals, stores, and private individuals)

Member of TAMABI NEWYORK CLUB
Former member of Kofukai


<Awards

Selected 9 times for Kofukai Exhibition (Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum)
1996 Tokyo Textile Design Exhibition, Honorable Mention (Ariake Tokyo Fashion Town)
2003 Nominated for "Human Power Award" by Japan Junior Chamber of Commerce and Industry

<Exhibition

One-man exhibition (Ma Zukushi Exhibition), etc.
20 times (mainly in Ginza, corporate exhibitions, etc.) Ginza, JRA Horse Park Gallery, Nihonbashi Mitsukoshi Main Store, etc.

Two-person exhibition (The Connection between Horses and People), New York

Group exhibitions
(Domestic) 22 times, Ginza, etc.
(Overseas) 19 times, USA, France, Korea, Australia

Group Exhibition
22 times (Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, The National Art Center, Tokyo, Kyoto Museum of Culture)

Art Fairs
(Overseas) 15 times (USA, Italy, UK, France, Belgium, Korea)

<Published essays and others

2011 "TOMORROW'S FRIENDS No.190" Essay and artwork published (Fujinotomo)
2019 "Padokku" essay published (Japan Central Racing Association)
2020 "Osaka Medical Association Bulletin: The Eyes of an Expert" essay published (Osaka Medical Association)
2020 "From Horse's Edge to Yuzen Dyeing and Art and Mathematics: Prologue" written by mathematician Hiroshi Narushima, in the collection of the National Diet Library (Tokai University Honorary Professors Association Annual Report No. 15)

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