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Water Sculpture - Untitled (Long Island City, NY, 8/29/2012)
Posted on September 6, 2012

Reflections at LIC Arts Open 2012, May 19th - 20th
Posted on April 25, 2012

LIC Arts Open - Open Studios 2012

I will be performing on the street of Long Island City neighborhood, as a part of this yearly celebration of LIC art community. For details, check out the brochure at

Solo Exhibition 8 at Park Avenue Bistro
Posted on November 10, 2011

Kentaro Fujioka 8
Park Avenue Bistro

Locus of Momentum: Bicycle Drawing, bird's-eye view
Posted on November 10, 2011

 Reflections at the High Line, NYC
Posted on November 10, 2011

Photos from Dichotomy of Life at The Nippon Club
Posted on June 24, 2011
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Solo exhibition Dichotomy of Life at The Nippon Club
Posted on May 27, 2011

Dichotomy of Life at The Nippon Club

Kentaro Fujioka Exhibition
Dichotomy of Life
June 15th - 24th, 2011
The Nippon Gallery at The Nippon Club
145 W 57th Street, New York, NY 10019

The exhibition features 25 mixed media works from his ongoing series: Values: Diamond Collages, Locus of Momentum: Bicycle Drawings, and Colors in Destruction: The Destruction Paintings.
Dichotomy of Life focuses on Kentaro Fujioka's fascination with dialectic methods, which defines his persona in the art world as well as his method in practice of art-making. As an artist without attachment to any specific style, technique, or tradition, Fujioka has been dealing with the contradiction between his admiration for art establishments and his being outside of such establishments. Fujioka takes advantage of this situation in accomplishing his goal, that is to connect art and life, by exploring possibilities of materials which is often non-conventional. Fujioka's freedom is related to the use of ordinary objects in his art making: his bicycle as a drawing tool or house paint swatches as materials are juxtaposed with his meticulous preparations and application. “I find that freedom requires a lot of discipline. But I don't mind it because that is the dichotomy of life.” 
The Nippon Gallery hours are Monday through Friday 10:00am-6:00pm, Saturday 10:00am-5:00pm. The Gallery is closed on Sundays. Admission is free. Call (212)581-2223 or visit for more information.

 5th Avenue and Central Park South, 3/01/11
Posted on May 1, 2011

57th Street, NYC, 3/05/11
Posted on May 7, 2011

Times Square, 2/27/11
Posted of February 27, 2011