Teppei Kaneuji

Currently based in Kyoto, he works as a visual artist and sculptor. In his practice, he creates paintings, sculptures, and installations from collages of the products or objects around us in our everyday lives.
By dissociating and reconnecting images, he questions the material meaning of existence and guides us toward new perspectives.
He has recently expanded the scope of his practice to include the moving image and theater, producing dynamic work that sharply penetrates the relationship between material and image.

Born in 1978 in Kyoto
Kyoto City University of Arts (In 2003, he completed a graduate degree in sculpture)
Associate Professor at Kyoto City University of Arts.

Solo Exhibition
"Things! Things! Things!", Click Ten Art Space (Beijing, 2020-2021)
"En / trance", Japan Society (New York, 2020-21)
"Eraser Forest" (co-authored with Chelfitsch), 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa (Kanazawa, 2020)
"Plastic Barricade", Jane Lombard Gallery (New York, 2019)
"Teppei Kaneuji's Mercator Membrane", Marugame Genichiro Inokuma Museum of Contemporary Art (Marugame, 2016)
"Towering Something", Ullens Center for Contemporary Art (Beijing, 2013)
"Melting City, Blank Forest", Yokohama Museum of Art (Yokohama, 2009)

City’s Best Young Artist Award, 2012
The Kyoto Prefecture Culture Prize Award, 2015
The 29th Takashimaya Art Prize, 2018.

Public collection
Yokohama Museum of Art (Yokohama, Japan)
Mori Museum of Art (Tokyo, Japan)
Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Contemporary Art (Tokyo, Japan)
Kanazawa 21st Century Museum of Art (Kanazawa, Japan)
KADIST (San Francisco, USA)
Queensland Art Gallery & Gallery of Modern Art (Brisbane, Australia)