Galerie Bruno Massa

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office

12, rue Vivienne
75002 Paris, France

mob.: +33 (0) 6 61 00 10 33
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gallery

161-12, 1F, Samsung Dong
Gangnam, Seoul
South Korea

43 I. Abashidze Street, Vake
Tblisi, 0100
Georgia

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storage

unit 713 510-520 West 21st Street New York City, NY 10011, USA

mob.: +33 (0) 6 61 00 10 33
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email

contact@galeriebrunomassa.com

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mentions légales

SIRET: 518 764 790 000 29
TVA: CEE FR 95 518 764 790
Maison des Artistes: 1398939

© 2020

TEPPEI IKEHILA (JPN)


Born in Fukuoka in 1978
Lives & works in Tokyo, Japan


Ikehira graduated from Shimane University in 2001. Since 2000, he has held many private exhibitions at the Shimane Art Museum, Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery project N, and H.P.France Window Gallery among others. He was selected for the Taro Okamoto Award for Contemporary Art in 2013 and the VOCA exhibition in the Ueno Royal Museum in 2017. He is now involved in art festivals in NY and Miami and is receiving attention from overseas.He has produced many works at workshops and is working as an instructor at the Tokyo University Komaba Museum special exhibition "The boundary Draw ⇄ Cross". He has recently published "TOKYO MERMAID PRINCESS" that introduces Tokyo with new interpretation.


Resume

2013 Selected for the 16th Taro Okamoto Award for Contemporary Art Lives in Tokyo
2001 Graduated from Course of Health and Physical Education, Department of School Teachers Training, Faculty of Education, Shimane University


Selected exhibitions

2019 Art-Future, galerie bruno massa, Taipei, Taiwan

2018 PLAS, galerie bruno massa, Seoul, South Korea
2018 Art Fair Tokyo, galerie bruno massa, Tokyo, Japan

2017 Art Expo Malaysia Plus, galerie bruno massa, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
2017 Art Busan, galerie bruno massa, Busan, South Korea
2017 Art Fair Tokyo, galerie bruno massa, Tokyo, Japan
2017 Vision VOCA at Ueno Royal Museum, Tokyo, Japan

2016 Bazaar Art Jakarta, galerie bruno massa, Jakarta, Indonesia
2016 Art Fair Tokyo, galerie bruno massa, Tokyo, Japan

2015 Blue Earth, Shimane Art Museum, Shimane, Japan
2015 KIAF, galerie bruno massa, Seoul, South Korea
2015 Art Osaka, galerie bruno massa, Osaka, Japan
2015 On Drawing Bondary, Integrated Human Sciences Program for Cultural Diversity, University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan
2015 H.P. France Window Marunouchi Gallery Tokyo, Japan
2015 Art Fair Tokyo, galerie bruno massa, Tokyo, Japan

2014 Context Art Miami, galerie bruno massa, Miami, USA
2014 (e)merge art fair, galerie bruno massa, Washington DC, USA
2014 Art Osaka, galerie bruno massa, Osaka, Japan
2014 Select Fair, galerie bruno massa, New York City, USA

2013 Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery, Project N 53, Tokyo, Japan
2013 ” Asa no Risoukyo,” Shonandai MY Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
2011 “OFFICE BACTERIA Universe,” Medical Science Museum, The Institute of Medical Science, The University of Tokyo “OFFICE BACTERIA Universe / Planet,” Gallery Conceal, Tokyo, Japan
2007 “Storehouse of the wing,” HIGURE 17-15 cas, Tokyo, Japan
2000 “Blue Earth,” Gallery at Shimane Art Museum ( 01, 03, 06, 09, 12 ), Tokyo, Japan


Workshops and public projects

2012 Koinobori,” Tachikawa City Civic Hall and Granduo Tachikawa, Tokyo, Japan
2012 poster, “Biofilms 5 International Conference,” Paris, France
2012 mural painting, Chaplin, Daimaru, Tokyo, Japan

2007 mural painting, IGL Complex Facility for the Elderly Seifu Shinto, Japan
2007 Hiroshima mural painting, Samuel Saijo Nursery, Hiroshima, Japan

2006 mural painting, Hasu to Bara, Tokyo, Japan


Bibliography

Briandet, Romain. “Biofilms, quand les microbes s’organisent,” éditions Quæ, 2012, pp. 26, 27


Videos

2017 12 YouTube, Atelier in Teppei Ikehila

2013 09 YouTube, Tokyo MX News


Press

2015 04 The Window of Arts, Japan



Siesta
2015
oil on canvas
162 x 162 cm - 63,8 x 63,8 in


Beginning of an End
2013
oil on canvas
162 x 162 cm - 63,8 x 63,8 in


Hajimari
2012
oil on canvas
130,3 x 162 cm - 51,3 x 63,8 in