"#28"
by sabine7 / February 28, 2006


Hiroyuki Hamada’s sculptures are often tondos, round or oblong reliefs that he creates with materials such as burlap, wood, tar, wax, enamel and plaster. Surprisingly deep (usually between 4 1/2” and 6” thick), Hamada’s pieces are quite simple, yet appear almost icon-like, remnants of an unknown time and place. The surfaces are often pockmarked with holes, an aspect that adds to the shield-like quality of the pieces.

Artist: Hiroyuki Hamada
+ hiroyukihamada.com

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