A lost whale develops its affection again tonight

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A lost whale develops its affection again tonight

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One of the stranded whales that occasionally appears in local waters has shown up in Meriken Park. The whale embodies the twenty years of an individual born out of suki [数寄] and composed of suki [好き]. The whale will no doubt continue to generate suki and smiles.

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SATO Hiroko

SATO HirokoOsaka

Born in 1985.
2004 graduates from Chiba Prefecture Chiba Women’s High School
2012 graduates from Painting Course, Department of Fine Arts, Kyoto City University of Arts
2014 completes a master’s course in painting, Department of Painting, Graduate School of Arts, Kyoto City University of Arts
She likes eating. She gathers materials from everyday life for her painting, with the purpose of creating, in her works, another world that differs from reality, but is still realistic. Based in her studio in Osaka, she presents her works actively in solo and group exhibitions.

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《Main exhibitions and awards》
2012 Shell Art Awards 2012 at the National Art Center, Tokyo
2013 Kobe Biennale 2013 Painting Art Exhibition Grand Prize (Kobe)
2014 “KYOTO Current 2014” Exhibition at Kyoto Municipal Museum of Art (Kyoto)
    U35 ART FREEDOM EXHIBITION (exhibition for selected large works) at Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse (Yokohama)
2015 Solo Exhibition ”Itazura, Tawamure, Tokini-amaku” at Gallery Pupu (Kunitachi, Tokyo)
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