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Protected: 46th Fremantle Arts Centre Print Award

Hiroshi Kobayashi

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Lives and works


Hiroshi Kobayashi investigates time, duration and the perception of depth in painting via digitised photographic images and 3D models. The invention of his own production equipment form an essential part in the creation of his visual forms.

Hiroshi Kobayashi has a B.F.A from Tokyo University of the Arts (Japan) and a M.F.A from Brooklyn College of The City University of New York (United States). Since completing his studies in 1995, Kobayashi has exhibited in Taipei, Seoul, New York, Tokyo, Washington D.C., and Beijing. Recent solo exhibitions include Paper Mountain (2018), and Heathcote Museum and Gallery (2019). He has undertaken residencies in Canada, USA, France and the Netherlands. In 2015, Kobayashi migrated to Perth and currently works from the Artsource’s OCH studios in Fremantle. He has been a finalist in the 2018 Albany Art Prize, the Perth Royal Art Prize, the 2018, 2019 and 2021 Fremantle Arts Centre Print Award, and the 2020 Joondalup IAP.

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