Based in: New York
Hiroshi Senju is a Japanese painter known for his large-scale waterfall paintings. He has a minimalist style that he combines with traditional Japanese painting techniques, such as utilizing pigments derived from natural materials and the use of Japanese mulberry paper. Senju has had numerous solo exhibitions and has participated in group exhibitions across the globe. He was the first Asian artist to receive an Honorable Mention Award at the Venice Biennale (1995). In 2011, the Hiroshi Senju Museum opened in Karuizawa, Japan.
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