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Yurina Okada

岡田佑里奈

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Yurina Okada

1995     Born in Hyogo, Japan
2018     BFA, Kyoto University of the Arts
2020    MFA, Kyoto University of the Arts

Selected Exhibitions

Solo Exhibitions
2022
“DREAM IN OUT”, biscuit gallery, Tokyo
“RAW”, LOKO gallery, Tokyo

2021
“Walk in a dream”, ARTDYNE Tokyo, Tokyo

Group Exhibitions
2023
“Intersection”, GINZA TSUTAYA BOOKS GINZA ATRIUM, Tokyo
biscuit gallery second anniversary exhibition  “grid2”,  biscuit gallery, Tokyo
Featured Artist No. 3, Ryokan Roka, Naoshima

2022
Spiral Xmas Market 2022〜”A bright tomorrow, a sparkling future”, Spiral Garden, Tokyo
biscuit gallery first anniversary exhibition  “grid”,  biscuit gallery, Tokyo
“exhibition from shu”, biscuit gallery, Tokyo

2021
“Up_01”, GINZA TSUTAYA GINZA ATRIUM, Tokyo
“Collectors’ Collective vol. 4”, TEZUKAYAMA GALLERY – Viewing Room, Osaka
“A39 y-Generation Ⅶ”, SEIBU Shibuya, Tokyo
“Opening Exhibition I”, biscuit gallery, Tokyo
“It’s gonna be AWESOME! “,  YOD Editions, Osaka

2020
Hotel Anteroom Naha, Okinawa
“The sun is shining brilliantly, and it’s the season when people tend to get heatsick, but please enjoy your days regularly and healthily. Exhibition”, SEIBU Shibuya, Tokyo
SHIBUYA STYLE vol.14, Tokyo
MEDEL GALLERY SHU, Tokyo

2019
Starbucks Kyoto BAL Branch (permanent exhibition), Kyoto

2018
ART AWARD MARUNOUCHI 2018, Tokyo

Art Fairs
ART OSAKA 2023 – Solo Exhibition
Art Fair Tokyo 2023 – biscuit gallery booth Group Show
Art Fair Tokyo 2022 – Projects Section Solo Exhibition
ARTISTS’ FAIR KYOTO 2021

Awards

2019 
The Art of Color DIOR 2019 winner, France
2018
ART AWARD MARUNOUCHI 2018 (Shigeo Goto Award), Tokyo
2017
TOKYO FRONTLINE PHOTO AWARD#7 (Shigeo Goto Award),Tokyo

Concept

Yurina Okada creates new two-dimensional works that interweave painting and photographic techniques. Her work is based on the belief that “everything decays,” which makes the intentionally applied cracks in the picture plane relevant to the Japanese aesthetic of “the beauty of imperfection.”

Okada’s work makes a statement about the problem of superficiality of two-dimensional works such as “Faktura” of the Russian avant-garde from a Japanese perspective.

Available Works

https://shop.biscuitgallery.com/shop/YurinaOkada/16

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