Tomomi Hasegawa

The world is a cycle of life and death. I realize that I am here not to seek what I do not have, but to express in the physical world what I have from the beginning of my existence. By expressing the existence of plants, I am completely in sync with them and feel as if I have gone back in time to my childhood. I want to express the anxiety of human beings and the vitality of plants, and express the meaning of human and nature life on the screen.

  • Artworks
  • Biography

1991   
Born in Fujinomiya City, Shizuoka, Japan
2019  
Graduated from Joshibi University of Art and Design, Department of Fine Arts, Japanese Painting
2021  
Completed the Master's Course in Japanese Painting, Graduate School of Art and Design, Joshibi University of Art and Design

Awards
2016 
Special Prize, Asian Creative Art Exhibition
Joshibi University of Art and Design, Joshibi Encouragement Award
2017         
Recommended work for Next Art Exhibition by Asahi Shimbun
2019         
Joshibi University of Art and Design "Kato Shigeyuki Memorial Prize
2021   
Joshibi University of Art and Design "Okubo Fukuko Prize

Solo Exhibitions
2017         
Tomomi Hasegawa Solo Exhibition," Gallery Tomo, Tokyo, Japan 2020.
Tokyo        
Tomomi Hasegawa Solo Exhibition, Gallery Tomo, Tokyo, Japan

Group Exhibition
2017     
Next Art Exhibition," Asahi Shimbun Tokyo Headquarters / Matsuya Ginza, Tokyo
Wonderful New Year Exhibition," ITOCHU AOYAMA ART SQUARE, Tokyo, Japan
2018     
Painting Exhibition to Bring Good Fortune," Fukuya Hiroshima Station Store, Hiroshima
JOSHIBISION2017 Joshibi University of Art and Design Graduate, University and Junior College Student Selected Works Exhibition," Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan
2019     
JOSHIBISION2017 Joshibi University of Art and Design Graduate and Junior College Student Selected Works Exhibition," Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan
Art Reflecting Today," Mitsukoshi, Sendai, Sendai, Japan
Sendai Mitsukoshi, Sendai, Japan 2021  
Flower of Beauty and Love: Salon des Fleurs Painting Roses II," Mitsukoshi, Sendai, Miyagi, Japan
The 76th Spring Exhibition," Mitsukoshi, Nihonbashi, Tokyo