PROFILE

Fuzuki Arai

Fuzuki Arai graduated from Tama Art University, Department of Information Design. After working in an enterprise as a web designer, Fuzuki held his first solo exhibition in New York in 2014. His dynamic brushstrokes is cultivated by his experience of devoting himself as a dancer. In addition, his subjects based on universe and galaxies will provide the dazzling light into the world of jet-black darkness effectively. In 2015, the work pursued the affinity between Islam and Japan was exhibited at “The Arab Week 2015 Art Exhibition’’ and received the Japan-Arab Friendship Award from the host country, Ambassador of Oman / Palestine. The artist has been also active as a book reviewer casting his keen eyes into the cultures of all ages and countries.

SOLO EXHIBITIONS
2019 “ALL IS IN YOURSELF EXHIBITION”, Hama House, Tokyo, Japan
2016 “Fuzuki Arai Exhibition”, Gallery Darmado, Tokyo, Japan
2014 “Flower Project”, D-labo Tokyo Midtown, Tokyo, Japan
2014 “Flower Project”, Consulate General of Japan, New York, NY

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2019 “Dual exhibit”, Whitestone Ginza New Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
2018 “MONROE ART”, Nakameguro Lounge, Tokyo, Japan
2015 “Arab Week 2015 Art Exhibition”, Embassy of the Sultanate of Oman, Tokyo, Japan
2002 “Information Design Artworks”, Tama Art University, Tokyo, Japan
2001 “Double-Takes”, About Cafe, Bangkok, Thailand
1997 “TEST VOL.4 right ear and left leg”, Gunma, Japan

BIBLIOGRAPHY
Suzuki, Daisuke“Global fighting artists”, D-labo Magazine, Aug. 2014
“Tokyo Artists”, Art4D Magazine Thailand, Sep. 2001

LECTURES/PRESENTATION
2014 “Disaster and Art”, D-labo Tokyo Midtown, Tokyo, Japan
2007 “Dance and Development”, Akha Christians Church, Mae Suai District, Thailand

AWARDS
2015 Certificate of Appreciation from the Ambassador of the State of Palestine and the Ambassador of Sultanate of Oman
2012 Grand Prize Trans Cosmos Creative Contest, Tokyo, Japan
2003 Third place on D-1 All Japan Dance Contest, Tokyo, Japan

EDUCATION
2002 Tama Art University, Information Design, Japan