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Tadasuke Jinno

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Black Box#2, 2017 Cotton, Silk, Acrylic And Wood, 78.7(H)X39.3(W)X39.3(D) Inches, © Tadasuke Jinno
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Black Box#2, 2017 Cotton, Silk, Acrylic And Wood, 78.7(H)X39.3(W)X39.3(D) © Tadasuke Jinno
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In-Out Yellow and Pink, 2017 Cotton, Silk, Acrylic And Wood, 33.8(H)X27.5(W)X13.3(D) Inches © Tadasuke Jinno
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In-Out Blue and Red, 2017 Cotton, Silk, Acrylic And Wood, 92.5(H)X51(W)X23.6(D) © Tadasuke Jinno
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Bedroom, 2017 Polyester, Acrylic And Matte Medium On Canvas Frame, Variable, Two Paintings Each 39.3(H)X39.3(W) Inches © Tadasuke Jinno
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Bedroom, 2017 Polyester, Acrylic And Matte Medium On Canvas Frame, Variable, Two Paintings Each 39.3(H)X39.3(W) Inches © Tadasuke Jinno
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Black Box, 2016 Silk Wood And Acrylic 20(W)X26(H)X14(D) Inches © Tadasuke Jinno
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White Box, 2017 Silk Wood And Acrylic 20(W)X11.5(H)X14(D) Inches © Tadasuke Jinno
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Blur_Red and Green#01, 2016 Silk, Matte Medium, Acrylic On Canvas Frame 30inch(H)X30inch(W) © Tadasuke Jinno
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Blur_Green and Red#01, 2016 Silk, Matte Medium, Acrylic On Canvas Frame 30inch(H)X30inch(W) © Tadasuke Jinno
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Untitled 1 Acrylic On Wood 30x30 © All rights reserved
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Tadasuke Jinno is a New York based artist from Japan.

He places focus on creating artworks which may cause the discord of our recognition. This esoteric dissonance is exemplified with the use of colours, lines, shapes and materials which found themselves in an harmonic position within his body of work. He learned graphic design at Tokyo Designer Gakuin College in Nagoya, and worked as a graphic designer more than 10 years in Japan. He came to NY in 2010, and then he went to the Art Students League of NY to study painting. At there, He started to create works which he investigates the relationship between painting and its viewers. He had solo Exhibition at Tazza gallery, Chelsea in 2012 and 2013, and joined the artist residency program at NARS Foundation in Brooklyn from January to June 2014. His work has selected for the permanent collection of Art Students League of NY at 2013.