Takehiro Terabayashi -LIFE-


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Yoshimi Arts - Booth No.L09
Takehiro Terabayashi -LIFE-

Yoshimi Arts is pleased to participate at Art Fair Tokyo 2014.

Mar 7, 11:00-21:00
Mar 8, 11:00-20:00
Mar 9, 10:30-17:00

1DAY Passport 2000yen/3DAY Passport 3500yen/Admission free of charge for elementary school students and under. (Children must be accompanied by adults)
Advance Ticket: sails until Mar 6

Venue:Tokyo International Forum, Exhibition Hall



Yoshimi Arts is pleased to announce the solo exhibition by Takehiro Terabayashi , "LIFE", in Art Fair Tokyo 2014..

In the 2011 and 2013 "LIFE" exhibitions at Yoshimi Arts, Takehiro Terabayashi created photorealistic oil paintings of the familiar objects and surroundings in his old apartment in Hiroshima.

The oil painting technique was invented in The Netherlands in the 15th century, and used to immortalize church leaders and the ruling class. In the 17th century Rembrandt and Vermeer began painting portraits and interior scenes which weren't religious or of royalty or nobility. The Paintings of Takehiro Terabayashi are inspired by these works from the 15th and the 17th century. And it is also Terabayashi's intention to update Japanese oil painting in the tradition of modern painters such as Yuichi Takahashi and Ryusei Kishida.

Currently, most painters use photographs of their subjects to produce their works, but Terabayashi paints in front of the real objects, consistently painting using his own eyes to keep a primary connection with the source. His painting style is in contrast to the common ways of production in this digital age. In a society consuming most things in a manner which seemed to follow an engineering principle, his artworks may feel like illusions, but only because the boundaries between semiology consumption and food, clothing and shelter have become ambiguous. Now, since we feel that after the Tohoku earthquake in 2011, the boundaries of society, nature or history were changed in Japan, we think this feeling toward his artworks is the reality of modern society.


Left :
Rice cooker, 455x273mm(M8), oil, chalk ground on panel, 2014
Right : Box, 1303x1303mm(S60) oil, chalk ground on panel, 2013

Artist page  Takehiro Terabayashi 

Takehiro Terabayashi
1981 Born in Toyama Prefecture, Japan
2004 Graduated from the Department of Design, Nagaoka Institute of Design
2006 Completed Master Program(Oil Painting) in Graduate School of Art, Hiroshima City University
Lives and works in Hiroshima Prefecture
Solo Exhibition
2013 "LIFE II" (Yoshimi Arts/Osaka)
2011 "LIFE" (Yoshimi Arts/Osaka)
2008 Solo Exhibition (gallery Motomachi/Kanagawa)
Group Exhibition
Many exhibitions in Tokyo, Nagoya, Osaka, Hiroshima, etc.