Hiroyuki OKI

  • "Matsumae-kun's Manjimanju"

    2014 - / DV
  • "Matsumae-kun's Manjimanju"

    2014 - / DV
  • "Longtime Greeding"

    2013 - 2015 / 4 min / DV
  • "Longtime Greeding"

    2013 - 2015 / 4 min / DV
  • "Mitsumetsutsuyumi"

    2011 - / HD
  • "Mitsumetsutsuyumi"

    2011 - / HD
  • "Buddy Matsumae's Love Diary"

    2008 - 2012 / 15 min. / DV
  • "Buddy Matsumae's Love Diary"

    2008 - 2012 / 15 min. / DV
  • "UMU/OMU"

    2005 - 2012 / 40 min / DV
  • "UMU/OMU"

    2005 - 2012 / 40 min / DV
  • "UMU/OMU"

    2005 - 2012 / 40 min / DV
  • "May"

    2004 - / DV
  • "May"

    2004 - / DV
  • "Color Eyes"

    1992 / 7 min. / 16 mm
  • "Color Eyes"

    1992 / 7 min. / 16 mm
  • "The midsummer child"

    1990 / 20 min / 8 mm
  • "The midsummer child"

    1990 / 20 min / 8 mm
  • "SUITA Ⅱ Ⅱ"

    1989 - 1990 / 14 min. / 8 mm
  • "SUITA Ⅱ Ⅱ"

    1989 - 1990 / 14 min. / 8 mm

Hiroyuki OKI

(Born in Tokyo, 1964. Lives and works in Tokyo and Kochi, Japan)


Hiroyuki Oki is a rare artist who can grasp, affirm, and update this world of ours by continuing to explore “thinking” seriously through video/film.

Oki started to make video work in the late 1980s, while he was studying at the Department of Architecture in the Faculty of Engineering at the University of Tokyo. From 1991, he was based in Kochi Prefecture, his following key early works such as Tarch Trip (1992-93), and HEAVEN-6-BOX (1994-95) won the NETPAC Prize at the 45th International Film Festival Berlin in 1995. His work is not limited to video, however: it encompasses live screenings, installation, bodily performance, drawing and painting. He has taken part in many exhibitions such as; “Art/Domestic Temperature of the Time”, Setagaya Art Museum (1999), “How Latitudes Become Forms”, Walker Art Center, USA (2003); “Roppongi Crossing”, Mori Art Museum (2004); Sharjah Biennial (2007); “Out of the Ordinary”, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles(2007); “The Door into Summer: The Age of Micropop” (Art Tower Mito, 2007); “Aichi Triennale 2016 Rainbow Caravan” (2016); “Hiroshima Trilogy: 70th Anniversary of the Atomic Bombing, PartⅠLife=Work”, Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art (2015) and more.

Collection

  • Aichi Arts Center, Aichi, Japan
  • Daisuke Miyatsu Collection
  • Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art, Hiroshima, Japan
  • Kochi Prefectural Museum of Art, Kochi, Japan
  • M+, Hong Kong
  • Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography, Tokyo, Japan
  • Takamatsu City Museum of Art, Kagawa, Japan

News

  • He is participating in Aichi Triennale.


    "Aichi Triennale 2016 Rainbow Caravan"

    August 11 - October 23, 2016

    Aichi Arts Center, Nagoya City Art Museum, Nagoya city, Toyohashi city, Okazaki city, Aichi, Japan

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  • He will be participating in the special close/re-opening exhibition in Fukuoka Art Museum.


    Special Exhibition for close/re-opening

    "Doing history!"

    August 2 - 31, 2016

    Fukuoka Art Museum, Fukuoka, Japan

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  • "stir, stir, stir..."

    June 9 - August 7, 2016

    statements, Tokyo

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  • He is participating in Aichi Triennale.


    "Aichi Triennale 2016 Rainbow Caravan"

    August 11 - October 23, 2016

    Aichi Arts Center, Nagoya City Art Museum, Nagoya city, Toyohashi city, Okazaki city, Aichi, Japan

    more