March 27th - May 30th, 2010

ARCUS Japanese Artist Support Program vol.1

Satoshi Hashimoto "Can't go, please come"

ARCUS Project is pleased to announce the start of new program 'Japanese Artist Support Program,' which aims to support experimental, new vision of art and unconventional form of creativity. The memorable first exhibition is Satoshi Hashimoto's solo show called 'Can't go, please come.' We also like to say please come to ARCUS to see his eye-opening approach to art and life.

Report : Sorry only Japanese is available..

Satoshi-HASHIMOTO_1_throw-a-stone_2010.jpg
throw a stone, 2010

instruction sheet, visitors, stones, wood, etc.

Satoshi-HASHIMOTO_2_FLOWER_2008.jpg FLOWER, 2008
performer, visitors, high heels, stockings, books, wood, and other works


Satoshi-HASHIMOTO_3_inside-outside_2009.jpg Inside/Outside, 2009
instruction sheet, visitors, wood (paint), thumbtacks, monitor, DVD

Satoshi HASHIMOTO
Born in Tokyo, Japan, 1977. Lives and works in Tokyo.

EDUCATION
2008 Artist in Residence at International Studio & Curatorial Program, New York, USA
2004-2005 Studied at Yotsuya Art Studium, Kinki University International Center for Human Sciences, Tokyo, Japan
2000 Completed B-semi Learning System of Contemporary Art, Yokohama, Japan

SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS
2017 Lives of the Future Artists IV, Tokyo, Japan
2009 This River (on the symposium), Yotsuya Art Studium, Tokyo, Japan
2009 gift, CAMP / Otto Mainzheim Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
2008 One dozen (on “Alpha M project”), art space kimura ASK?, Tokyo, Japan
2008 foot, Scratch Tile, Yokohama, Japan
2008 fruit, Times Square (Between 44th & 45th streets), New York, USA
2008 FULCRUM, sh site, New York, USA
2008 frame, 38th & 39th streets, 8th & 9th Avenues, New York, USA
2207 Keep sleep, not deep sleep, maru gallery, Tokyo, Japan
2006 Wake up. Black. Bear., GALLERY OBJECTIVE CORRELATIVE, Tokyo, Japan
2005 Untitled (bury), The Tamagawa riverside, Tokyo/ Kanagawa, Japan
2005 Re, GALLERY OBJECTIVE CORRELATIVE, Tokyo, Japan
2004 another, GALLERY OBJECTIVE CORRELATIVE, Tokyo, Japan

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2010 POINT, Kyoto Art Center, Kyoto, Japan
2009 EMPORIUM, Museo Nazionale della Scienza e della Tecnologia Leonardo da Vinci, Milano, Italy
2009 Whenever Wherever Festival, Morishita Studio, Tokyo, Japan
2008 POINT, Alternative Space Loop, Seoul, Korea
2008 ISCP open studios, international studio & curatorial program, New York, USA
2007 PLAYROOM OPENING EXHIBITION, play room, Ibaraki, Japan
2007 Experiment Show, former The third Yotsuya elementary school, Tokyo, Japan
2006 pose LOOP dOOr / do or LOSE rOSE, GALLERY OBJECTIVE CORRELATIVE, Tokyo, Japan
2006 rock in rucksuck, Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music, Tokyo, Japan
2004 Spiritual Exercise, GALLERY OBJECTIVE CORRELATIVE, Tokyo, Japan
2004 pictogramophone: POSTE RESTANTE (collaboration), BankART1929, Yokohama, Japan

HONORS AND AWARDS
2008 Grant of Asian Cultural Council (ACC), New York, USA
2006 Awarded the Best Artsist prize of Yotsuya Art Studium, Tokyo, Japan