Jacob Hashimoto

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Jacob Hashimoto (born 1973, Greeley, Colorado, USA) is an artist based in New York. Drawing on his Japanese heritage,[1] he creates light three-dimensional structures such as wall hangings comprising thousands of miniature 'kites': bamboo-stiffened rice paper hexagons suspended with nylon fishing line[2].

Hashimoto has shown work internationally in many exhibitions including The Nature of Objects at Studio la Città in Verona, Black Sea at XIV Quadriennale di Roma at Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Moderna in Rome, and Made in California NOW at the Mary Boone Gallery in New York.

He is represented by Mary Boone in New York, Rhona Hoffman Gallery in Chicago, Studio la Città in Verona, Italy, and Martha Otero Gallery in Los Angeles.


  1. ^ Jacob Hashimoto, Studio La Città
  2. ^ M., Cassidy, Victor (2011). Sculptors at work : interviews about the creative process. Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland & Co. ISBN 9780786463497. OCLC 714086525.

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