• KAIZAKI Saburo

    CAREER1952
    Born in Fukui, JAPAN
    1975
    Graduated from Nihon University-B.A in Art (Emphasis in Sculpture)

    PERSONAL EXHIBITIONS:
    2005
    Gallery GAN, Tokyo
    2003
    Gallery SEIHO, Tokyo (’99/ ’97)
    2002
    Gallery OM, Kanagawa

    SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS and Others:
    2005
    New Heavy “The Iron to Feel” The Proposal by Five Sculptors. CAP HOUSE, Hyogo
    The Road of Asao Sculpture Exhibition. Kanagawa
    2003
    The Magnetic Field of The Contemporary Art TSUKUBA 2003. Tsukuba Museum of Art, Ibaraki
    The 5th Exhibition of Amabiki Village and Sculpture. Yamato, Ibaraki (’01/ ’99/ ’97)
    2002
    An Exhibition of Contemporary Japanese Print-making. Pendulum Gallery, Vancouver, BC, CANADA
    2001
    “To The City from The Forest” ART DOCUMENT 2001 The Art Now in Fukui. Kanaz Forest of Creation, Fukui
    2000
    Exhibition of Lithograph by Sculptors. Gallery OM, Kanagawa
    1998
    “Material and Expression” International Competition Tannan Art Festival ’98 . Takefu Citizen Hall, Fukui
    1996
    Art with Bodily Sensations ’96: The Survival Tool that thinks with artists. Sakura City Museum of Art, Chiba
    1991
    “Sculpture at Present” Art of Nerima’91. Nerima Art Museum, Tokyo
    1990
    The 2nd Saku Marble Sculptors Symposium. Koumi RE-EX, Nagano
    1987
    “My Small Art Gallery” Exhibition. Nerima Art Museum, Tokyo

  • A day in the garden

    Steel, Paint
    Left : 304.8×457.2×3.8 (h)cm
    Right : 304.8×457.2×7.2 (h)cm


  • Spring blossoms

    Steel, Paint

    914.4×152.4×0.6 (h)cm


  • space – tunnel

    Steel

    5×166×160 (h)cm


  • Interspersion II

    Steel

    299.3×299.5×19.5 (h)cm


  • AMABIKI

    Steel

    box: 100×100×200 (h)cm
    quadratic prism: 15×15×907 (l)cm
    part of underground: 115 (d)cm


  • Potential I

    Steel

    280×280×22 (h)cm

    A tiny depth and space created by heat.
    A moment revealed by disappearance.
    The iron and I are tested by the negative contradictions of trying to awaken.


  • Flower

    Steel

    296×293×24 (h)cm
    23×800×18 (h)cm

    Paved roads and dirt roads are as similar as sisters as they climb into gentle slopes. Wanting to express the cutout space as it existed, I decided to place two pieces just barely touching the ground. These two pieces of iron, without thickness, are flowers brought into bloom by heat. They bloom midway between my own will and the will of the iron.


  • Tsuki-iro no toki

    Iron (H-type steel)

    30×1400×90 cm
    2550 kg


  • Rover 01-2

    Iron

    151×190×152 cm 2000 kg
    152×304×6 cm 1000 kg


  • Rover 99-5

    Iron

    101×158×122 cm
    500 kg


  • ROVER 97

    ROVER 97-1

    Iron

    69×157×57 cm
    280 kg

    ROVER 97-2

    Iron

    100×110×90.5 cm
    300 kg