Hisae Sasaki

Hisae Sasaki

Born in Akita prefecture. Lives and works in Tokyo.

Hisae Sasaki began her career as an assistant graphic designer in three design offices in Tokyo. In 2003, after a decade of working as an assistant designer, she became an independent-freelance designer, and started exploring and practicing calligraphy in 2005, and Japanese flower arrangement in 2008, which she unites in her three dimensional art work today.

She has shown her artwork at solo and group exhibitions in NY, Paris, Tokyo. In 2013, she had a solo exhibition at the Gallery at Consulate General of Japan in NY.


Solo Exhibitions

‘Blooming’, 2/20 Gallery, NY

‘Incomplete World’, SAN BAN CHO CAFE, Tokyo
‘A Vivid Spark The Beauty of Transience.’, Japan Information Center Gallery (Consulate-General of Japan in NY)

‘Incomplete World  -Gravitation-’, Rogue Space Gallery, NY

‘Imperfect World  -eternal in the ephemeral- , Galerie Metanoia, Paris

Group Exhibitions

Yotsuya-ramp-zaka Gallery, Tokyo
Yoon gallery, Seoul

‘Selected Works from Japan 2013’ , Michi Gallery, NY

‘BEAUTY OF THE WORLD’, Gallery Metanoia, Paris

‘the art fair +plus-ultra’, Tokyo
‘Un Single Grain of Rice’, Gallery Metanoia, Paris

‘ART TO INVIGORATE’, Gallery Metanoia, Paris
Art gallery STUDIO S. EUFEMIA, Venice

Art Fair


Blooming Life, 2011
Photograph on acrylic mount
20.28 x 14.33 in. (51.5 x 36.4 cm)

Follow the Illusion, 2016
Fresh flowers, sumi-ink and rice paper
16.1 x 23.6 x 2.8 in. (41 x 60 x 7 cm)

Untitled, 2014
Fresh flowers, sumi-ink and Lokta paper
23.6 x 13.7 x 2.8 in. (60 x 35 x 7 cm)

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