Hankyu MENʼ S TOKYO is pleased to announce “Repetitive Imageries,” a solo exhibition by contemporary artist JasmineFulford at the tagboat gallery space on the 7th floor of Hankyu MENʼS TOKYO in Ginza, Tokyo.
After graduating from Musashino Art University with a major inprintmaking, Jasmine Fulford moved to the UK and completedMA in Fine Art at UAL Central Saint Martin. She currently worksand lives in Japan. Her activity has gained much attentionand has won the Grand Prix at “Independent Tokyo 2021,” organized by tagboat.
Fulfordʼ s works are based on her “experiences” and “realizations,” and her obsession and love for various relationships anddistances. Her new work links fragmented views seen in dreams with those in her life and experiences.
In a world overflowing with visual images, she forms her viewpoints and interpretations of “things that seem to beunderstood but are not quite understood,” which are created when the brain converts images received from daily life intodreams.
In this exhibition, Fulfordʼs first solo show at tagboat, she will exhibit and sell many new works. Please come and see therealistic afterimages of dreams and reality, which can be seen as phenomenology.
Jasmine Fulford is a Japanese-British artist who creates pictorial representations of everyday scenes, both imagined and observed. She usesmainly oil paints to reveal the textured joy that she finds in each subject. In recent work, Fulford has been focusing on two themes: ” What isunderstanding?” and “We can lose our way without beliefs, but beliefs can also be obstacles to an easier path through life.