Yuya Fujita’s work is “an accumulation of small, private activities,” as he describes it. He also says, “Those activities breathe life into my paintings. I need a sense that I can actually see and feel the objects, and realize them with my mind and body.”
Fujita depicts the objects uniquely, not merely creating miniatures, but rather an atmosphere that is both realistic and boldly present. His eye for composition and the way he depicts the objects could be considered the very essence of contemporary art.
Born in Saitama prefecture, Japan.
Participated in the Ashi Exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art, Saitama and the International Group Show, Caelum Gallery, New York.
“CAF.N” at the Museum of Modern Art, Saitama.
Participated in the Ashi Exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art, Saitama, and “Le monde de Coco” at Chanel Nexus Hall, Tokyo.
2008-09 Solo Exhibition, Hirano Kotoken, Tokyo.
“Network Project Japan” at Inter Alia (Seoul).
Participated in Art Fair Tokyo at Hirano Kotoken.
“Neo-Objective Style” at Dewazakura Museum of Art, Tendo, Yamagata.
Ginza Mitsukoshi Gallery, Tokyo
Participated in Art Fair Tokyo at Tokyo International Forum.
Published the artbook “Fruit and Antique.” (Yayoi Gallery,)