Yasuo Nomura

Yasuo Nomura

1979 Born in Shimane, Japan

2004 B.A., Oil Painting Course, Musashino Art University

Selected Solo exhibitions

2014 “Paradigm Equinox” Shinjuku Ophthalmologist Gallery (Tokyo)

2014 “Forest of Prime” momurag (Kyoto)

2014 “Re: Vitruvian Man” H.P.FRANCE WINDOW GALLERY (Tokyo)

2012 “ecosphere” IOSSELLIANI T-02-IOS (Tokyo)

2012 “Social Eclipse” Shinjuku Ophthalmologist Gallery (Tokyo)

2011 “WASTE STYLE” mograg garage (Tokyo)

2008 “Story of the Pion/TIME” mograg garage (Tokyo)

2007 “Story of the Pion/1080 Kleshas” Tobo temple (Shimane)

Selected Group exhibitions

2015 “-Pureism National Exhibition- Asagaya Art Street 2015” in Asagaya(Tokyo)

2015 “NEW CITY ART FAIR New York” hpgrp GALLERY NEW YORK (New York)


2014 “SHIBUYA STYLE vol.8” SEIBU Shibuya Art Gallery (Tokyo)

2014 “NEW CITY ART FAIR New York” hpgrp GALLERY NEW YORK (New York)

2013 “HOSHIKUZUNO KIRAMEKI BIENNALE 2013” Shinjuku Ophthalmologist Gallery (Tokyo)

2013 “SHIBUYA STYLE vol.6” Seibu Shibuya Art Gallery (Tokyo)

2013 “mograg vol.04 Launch Exhibition” excube / shikaku (Osaka)

2013 “Color Me Pop!” Seibu Ikebukuro Atelier Movida (Tokyo)

2012 “ULTRA005 -Director Chieko Tanaka-” SPIRAL (Tokyo)

2012 “Ningen wo Egaku” Koganei Art Spot Chateau 2F (Tokyo)

2010 “NON FICTION” Pulp (Osaka)

2010 “ZERODATE” Onariza&Kyu-Bonjour (Akita)

2010 “ART BATTLE ROYALE” Tokyo Wonder Site Hongo (Tokyo)

2010 “ART FAIR FREE” Vacant (Tokyo)

2010 “Art Tengoku 2010 -Enter the Tiger” Matsunoyu (Tokyo)

2010 “Ku-chu GO” MAGIC ROOM?? (Tokyo)

2009 “SECRET PHANTOM 2” Tokyo Wonder Site Hongo (Tokyo)

2009 “m.a.s.k? spring collection 2009” MAGIC ROOM?? (Tokyo)

2007 “Central East Tokyo 07” Agata Building (Tokyo)

2006 “EXPOSITION ‒MANDALA” La Petite Rockette (Paris)

2006 “l'art sans fin” Le CARROSE (Paris)

URL: yasuonomura.com/

Nomuraʼs body of work enquires into the very essence of pictorial beauty by employing topics from religion,science as well as, in recent years, mathematical elements such as prime numbers and the golden ratio.

In this exhibition, he took on the hefty challenge of merging universal themes from mathematics, physics and art, which served him as inspiration for a very distinct and novel collection of paintings.