Born in 1978 - Japan
Tomonori Nishimura was born in Japan in 1978. In 1994, after graduating from Junior High School, he left Japan to settle in the UK. For him, the Japanese education system is far too standardized, all students have to study the same subjects.Teaching is mostly focused on literature, mathematics, history, chemistry, biology, politics and only a few hours are devoted to art and music.
After completing his university degree, Tomonori remained in Cambridge to study and develop the concepts of nature, culture and technique, this is when he started painting metal flowers. In 1998, he moved to London to continue studying at the Chelsea College of Fine Art.
While he was at the Chelsea College, Tomonori read a lot of books of philosophy, thanks to which he discovered the artistic fields of Structuralism and Post-structuralism.These movements gave him a new perspective of reality, perception, systems, society, history and art. His art work is based on the concept of structuralism.
Tomonori developed a more abstract than figurative style and discovered new styles. Metallic painting being one of them, he started painting endangered plants, this new collection was better received than his previous ones. He started receiving more requests for exhibitions and art fairs worldwide.
Tomonori is currently developing a new style, Bubble City, based on a the concept of structuralism: an expression of reality, perception, systems and nature.
Deliveries guaranteedby specialised carriers
Secure payment by credit card, paypal or bank transfer
Free returnswithin 14 business days
The best prices Negotiated with our partnered galleries
"Artsper gathers the best of art galleries in the world. I can therefore select art pieces from the comfort of my home with total peace of mind."
"Artsper's advisors helped me pick an artwork and were exceptionally reactive when I followed up on my order.
"Artsper has the broadest and largest range of accessible contemporary artworks. My painting from Jonone bought on Artsper is a daily delight."