朴 成浩 Park Sonho
GALLERY2511 Owner|Graphic Designer|Photographer|Art Director

Park Sonho was Born in 1972 in a family of educators (Yanji, China) surrounded by Russian and Korean culture. In the second year of elementary school, an art teacher suspected him that the homework which he submitted was “vicarious work”. What he drew another identical work on the spot, made surprise his teacher.

In 1995, he graduated from Jilin Academy of Fine Arts (Changchun, China) with a first-class honors degree in the Faculty of Fine Arts, and came to Japan in 1996.

With the idea that “I want to jump out of my atelier and experience more things I can only do when I’m young. Painting can be done even after I grow old.”, he had been stopped his producing work temporarily, and jumped into the stage art scene of TV. After that, he developed activities such as design, photography and art direction in the web industry and in the field of advertising.

In recent years, besides he involves in art-related social activities such as planning and holding “Children’s Drawing Workshop” and “Lectures on Art Enlightenment”, the launch of GALLERY 2511 has led to the planning of many exhibitions. In addition, while studying Chinese markings and calligraphy which I had been interested in since he was a student, he is searching again for ways to express works and art management.

Affiliation / Membership
JAGDA Japan Graphic Designers Association
Japan-China Photographic Exchange Association
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About JIGUAI

It has been a nickname for about 22 years. Mainly he has been used for online photography activities. It is based on Korean and represents “children of the earth.” Ideal image within himself is that we can touch people as a equal life on the earth, human beings, beyond the boundaries of nations and peoples, and that capture the origin and essence of things around us (on the earth) from a cosmic perspective.
 

Photograph

No.142 -
No.142 – “Composition of apple and banana”
2007 Camera: Seagull 4A-103
No.150 -
No.150 – “Conversation with Shadow”
2007 Camera: Seagull 4A-103
No.132 -
No.132 – “Rainy season and hydrangea”
2006 Camera: Seagull 4A-109
No.137 -
No.137 – “Russian fantasy”
2007 Camera: Seagull 4A-103
No.139 -
No.139 – “Chess pattern symmetry space”
2007 Camera: Seagull 4A-103
No.141 -
No.141 – “Carpet of fallen leaves Vol.1”
2006 Camera: Seagull 4A-109
No.149 -
No.149 – “Surrealism dining table”
2007 Camera: Seagull 4A-103
No.131 -
No.131 – “Sycamore tree”
2006 Camera: Seagull 4A-109
No.135 -
No.135 – “Black cat on the Golden Gai”
2007 Camera: Seagull 4A-103
No.136 -
No.136 – “Temple and rickshaw (composition)”
2007 Camera: Seagull 4A-103
No.138 -
No.138 – “Golden autumn (composition)”
2006 Camera: Seagull 4A-109
No.183 -
No.183 – “Tsuruoka Hachimangu”
2007 Camera: Seagull 4A-103
No.148 -
No.148 – “SUMMER”
2007 Camera: Seagull 4A-103
No.133 -
No.133 – “Pond at sunset”
2007 Camera: Seagull 4A-103
No.134 -
No.134 – “Sandbox and three children”
2006 Camera: Seagull 4B
No.151 -
No.151 – “Wedding ceremony”
2007 Camera: Seagull 4A-103
No.140 -
No.140 – “Umbrella at night (configuration)”
2007 Camera: Seagull 4A-103

Fine art

No.144 -
No.144 – “Eden”
Paper, pencil, W273 × H393, 1997
¥60,000 (tax included)
No.143 -
No.143 – “Colorful vases”
Paper, Oil Painting, W240 × H180, 1997
¥35,000 (tax included)
No.145 -
No.145 – “Mother and child”
Paper, Ink, W100 × H148, 1999
¥20,000 (tax included)

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