Keisuke Yamamoto was born in 1979 in Tokyo. He has graduated from Tokyo Zokei University in 2001 and had been studied as the research student at the same university until 2003. He was trained as the woodcarving and is now working based in Tokyo.
There was his exhibition of at Project Room/Tomio Koyama Gallery in 2004 and this received a high acclaim.
The forest and tree often appear in his painting. These motifs are presented vivid and deep shaded colors and seen as the fragment of his own imagination world. His painting contains his world-view which how the reality appears to him and also it gives us the optical illusion trick. In his painting, the strangely flat sky is delimited to short shapes and the forest ranges to interior. If you look at the forest carefully, your view is bounced to the sky but suddenly is drawn into the forest again. The composition of screen makes the optical illusion trick.
There are also sculpture artworks in this exhibition. These sculptures are used with oil painting, tree branches, and matchsticks and it is closely associated with burning. The characteristic of his sculptures is organic forms. Matchsticks are seemingly seen the pivoting foot and implanted in the sculptures like a tactile. The surface of the sculptures is partly cracked as clay but some parts are polished smoothly. This sees it like porcelain. There are various forms of sculptures and they look as some instruments or the living organisms. This exhibition is presented mostly of his paintings and sculptures. The exhibition space if filled with trees, forest, and organic forms that he created and the audience will be drawn into his own imagination world.