Jugo Kurihara

Jugo Kurihara | Sin título 2

Jugo Kurihara

Sin título 2, 2017

Japanese ink on glossy paper

100 x 60 cm


Jugo Kurihara

Tokio (Japón),

Jugo Kurihara is a Japanese artist based in the Hakone mountains. He studied at the College of Fine Art at Tokyo University although his training has been self-taught and influenced by his father, the plastic artist Tadashi Kurihara. Jugo’s work revolves around an apparent abstraction, which evokes connected worlds between the micro and the macro. The final result is easily recognizable by the use of a primitive and cosmic iconography that takes us to the origin of the universe.

His most used technique is Japanese ink on glossy paper. He has participated in many Art Fairs such as Tokyo, Seoul, Shanghai, New Delhi, Peru, Barcelona and regularly participates in international residences.

Featured works

Lantomo | Darkness 02 Warrior


Darkness 02 Warrior, 2018

Grafito, pastel y acuarela sobre papel

70 x 50 cm


Patrik Grijalvo | Denys Lasdun (Serie Gravitación Visual)

Patrik Grijalvo

Denys Lasdun (Serie Gravitación Visual), 2018

Fotografía sobre papel Hahnemühle

150 x 150 x 10 cm

Silvio Alino | Dali Green

Silvio Alino

Dali Green, 2017

Serigrafía, acrílico y spray sobre lienzo

81 x 65 cm


Mària Švarbová | No Diving, Smykacka

Mària Švarbová

No Diving, Smykacka, 2016


70 x 70 cm


Ramon Surinyac | Inner Garden II

Ramon Surinyac

Inner Garden II, 2017

Oil on fabric

80 x 80 cm


Nick Veasey | Newspaper Man

Nick Veasey

Newspaper Man, 2008

Fotografia sobre DIASEC

127 x 102 cm


Jacinto Moros | FNC

Jacinto Moros

FNC, 2017

Gofrado sobre papel Arches

95 x 95 x 2 cm

Fernando Palacios | Tondo nº 5

Fernando Palacios

Tondo nº 5, 2016

Mixed media

60 x 60 cm


Pachi Santiago | Scarface

Pachi Santiago

Scarface, 2016


30 x 40 cm

José Ramón Lozano | Vanitas 002

José Ramón Lozano

Vanitas 002, 2018

Acrylic on fabric

162 x 146 cm