Kyohei Abe

Work by Kyohei Abe

Work by Kyohei Abe

My name is Kyohei Abe. I grew up in Nagoya City, Japan, but have lived in the U.S for the past 13 years. Taking hints from artists like Max Ernst and Joseph Cornell, I found that I enjoyed toying with the atmosphere in my images, juxtaposing unmatched objects and concepts in building the environments of constructed still-lives. I’m energized and inspired by many different photographers,… I see art-making as an intriguing, satisfying mental process.

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