Born in Kochi, Japan, and currently based in New York, Ikezoe uses painting, drawing, performance, and animation to explore the meandering relationships between humans and nature. His work is as humorous as it is philosophical, suggesting that nature is not only around us, but most importantly, exists within us. Most recently, Ikezoe’s work was presented at the Frieze NY art fair in May 2017.
Akira Ikezoe holds a BA from Tama Art University, Tokyo. His solo exhibitions include “If 6 was 9,” Proyectos Ultravioleta; NADA NY, New York (2016); “El fin del Este Coincide con el Fin del Sur,” Proyectos Ultravioleta, Guatemala City (2015); “Drawing,” Ise Cultural Foundation, New York (2010); “Repeater,” SANAGI FINE ARTS, Tokyo (2009); and “Ephemeral Garden,” ESSO Gallery, New York (2008).
The egg-stremely limited art print is 18 x 24 inches, and a limited edition of 50 + 3 artist proofs.