August 24, 2021 Tue - Sepember 4, 2021 Sat
12:00 - 18:00 Monday closed
In the 1980s, IKEBE Masato continued to express himself in space by using plywood that covered the entire gallery wall, painting under a 24-hour time limit, and scraping and pasting pieces of plywood. In this solo exhibition, eight works of acrylic paint on Watson paper (1830mm wide x 1200mm high) lined up in the exhibition hall, and it seems that the density and stance of his works have never changed.
1960 born in Osaka
1982 BFA in Kyoto University of Education
1983,84 Solo Exhibition (R Gallery Kyoto)
1985-2018 Had been held solo exhibiting at galerie 16 and gallery Suzuki
1995 VOCA the Vision of Contemporary Art (The Ueno Royal Museum, Tokyo)