Jacob Hashimoto

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Jacob Hashimoto was born in Greeley, U.S.A., in 1973. He lives and works in Los Angeles.

Jacob Hashimoto is distinctly American yet he is also involved with his Japanese heredity in a genuinely creative, rather than imitative, manner. His latest development in

which, in place of cascading clouds of kites, there arise hills and waves, is as delicate as before. And, just as previously there was a sense of airiness rather than of oppression, so now there is a sense of being uplifted. The delicacy of his forms, whether they descend and envelop or expand and climb, creates as much a space for the spirit as for the body.
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Wall pieces


  • Our Fates Were Not Sealed, Merely Eclipsed, 2016

    bamboo, Dacron, paper, nylon, acrylic and pigments
    167,5 x 152 x 20 cm


  • The Immeasurable Equation, 2015

    bamboo, Dacron, paper, nylon, acrylic and pigments
    183 x 28 x 20 cm


  • The Steady Breathing of The Land, 2015

    bamboo, Dacron, paper, nylon, acrylic and pigments
    244 x 28 x 20 cm


  • Holes in this Tattered Universe, 2015

    bamboo, Dacron, paper, nylon, acrylic and pigments
    244 x 28 x 20 cm


  • White with yellow corners, 2002

    bamboo, paper, nylon, acrylics
    173,5 x 15 x 15,5 cm

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    News

  • On Saturday 2 June 2018 the Fondation Carmignac will open to the public on the island of Porquerolles to welcome visitors with a first exhibition curated by Dieter Buchhart entitled Sea of desire.
    Among the works of the permanent collection also the installation The Impermanent, Shattered Peace Between Future and Past, All Written in the Sky (2018) by Jacob Hashimoto.
    until 4 November 2018 | Fondation Carmignac – Porquerolles Island 


  • On June 1, 2018 Jacob Hashimoto debuts with two public works, Never Comes Tomorrow and The Eclipse, at Governors Island in New York.
    2 June – 31 October 2018 | Liggett Hall Archway, St. Cornelius Chapel, Governors Island – New York
    photo Timothy Schenck


  • On the occasion of the thirtieth anniversary of Juliette Chair by Hannes Wettstein, Baleri Italia chose to pay homage to one of its most iconic products with a project that celebrates the encounter between design and art. Three contemporary artists – Luigi CarboniJacob Hashimoto and Herbert Hamak – are asked to interpret the “supersleek” and they will be photographed in three emblematic shots.


  • Studio la Città is pleased to announce that, after the extraordinary success of the exhibition The End of Utopia, Jacob Hashimoto will present three big installations at the Wäinö Aaltonen Museum in Turku – Finland.
    9 June– 24 September, 2017 | Wäinö Aaltonen Museum, Turku