On a beautiful summer day in July we were thrilled to have the opportunity to travel to T-Space, famed architect Steven Holl’s sublime space in Rhinebeck, NY. The occasion was to  film one of our favorite artists, Hiroyuki Hamada, speaking with art critic Robert C. Morgan, on the occasion of Hamada’s exhibition at T-Space Recent Works (August 22-October 31, 2020). As per COVID the space will not be open to the public. As such it was our duty to both capture the inspiration of the space; the captivating essentialness of Hamada’s work and the critical gaze of Morgan and Hamada’s conversation. We hope you enjoy this tour of the exhibition, view into Hamada’s practice, and 21st century art historical framework which Morgan places the conversation within.

More on T-Space & Hiroyuki Hamdada: Recent Works please click here.

Hiroyuki Hamada was born in 1968 in Tokyo, Japan. He moved to the United States at the age of 18. Hamada studied at West Liberty State College, WV before receiving his MFA from the University of Maryland. Hamada has been included in numerous exhibitions throughout the United States including his previous exhibitions, Hiroyuki Hamada, Hiroyuki Hamada: Two Sculptures and Hiroyuki Hamada: Paintings at Lori Bookstein Fine Art. He was the recipient of the New York Foundation for the Arts Grant in 2009 and the Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant in 1998, and most recently, the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship in 2018. Recent institutional exhibitions include Hiroyuki Hamada: Paintings at the Duck Creek Arts Center, East Hampton, NY (2019) and Hiroyuki Hamada: Sculptures and Prints at Guild Hall Center for Visual and Performing Arts, East Hampton, NY (2018). Hamada has been profiled in numerous publications including Tristan Manco’s Raw + Material = Art (Thames & Hudson). The artist lives and works in East Hampton, NY.