4. Regional Revitalization

  1. Large bookstores in Japan

  2. Museum Shop

  3. Airports

  4. Luxury cruise ship

  5. Hotels

  6. Library

  7. the Sainsbury Institute for the Study of Japa…

  8. Japan Society

・Washi, Iwa-enogu, Suihi-enogu

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From my university days, I have explored “narrative quality” and “decorativeness.”
I want to make works that are more than just beautiful depictions, I want to make works that inspire the viewer to imagine and contemplate.
And I want the viewer to encounter a fantasy experience. Particularly in recent years I have been exploring fantasy world and mythological themes in my work.
Originally I depicted animals that exist in the real world.
But out of a desire to further intensify the sacredness and to paint without being restricted by realism, I began to paint fantasy creatures made up only of whatever shapes I felt like using.
I am exploring the process of attempting to beautifully depict my own unique “illusionary worlds” that only I can depict.

Natsuki Itagaki

Born in Argentina in 1990 , raised in the Tokyo.
Tokyo University of the Arts and Music, M.A, Fine Art Painting in 2018.
Held solo exhibitions including “Somewhere that is Nowhere” at SHIKISAISHA GALLERY / Tokyo, “Lovely and Precious” at Toyota Garou / Aichi, “Daydream” at Seibu Otsu / Shiga in 2019.
Participated in group exhibitions including “Flower trade winds -7th Artist Group- wind – sketch show – ” at Nihombashi Takashimaya, Takashimaya Osaka, Takashimaya Kyoto in 2018.
“7th Sakura Award Exhibition” in Tokyo, “Hydrangea exhibition -Four Colors-” at On The Origin Of Art / Tokyo, “Power of Art” at Isetan Shinjuku Store / Tokyo in 2019.

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