「龍」 “Dragon” Size: 290×290mm Watercolor pencil on paper Price:A$1,800.00 Portrait of a man with tattoo
「折檻」 “Chastisement” Size : 390×290mm Watercolor pencil on paper Price: A$2,000.00 A scene of two young prostitutes who, failing to follow the wishes of their master, are tied up in an old storehouse for punishment. In the storehouse, a mouse appears. In their suffering something warm begins to simmer between them.
「能と刺青」 “Noh and Tattoo” Size: 290×390mm Watercolor pencil on paper Price: A$2,000.00 This work takes the theme of Japanese traditional theatre “Noh” as its inspiration. The contrast of the “Kimen” (demon mask) and the “Onna men” (female mask) show the beauty and malevolence of the boy’s heart.
“ Chrysanthemum and Peony.” Size: 290×390mm Watercolor pencil on paper Price: A$2,000.00 Two boys in the verge of maturity are symbolized through the floral emblems of Japan, the chrysanthemum and the peony.
「祭・機嫌直せよ！」 “Festival Time – Cheer Up!” Size: 390×490mm Acrylic on paper Price: A$3,000.00 A scene of three boys at a festival. Dissatisfied with his role in the festival, a sulking boy is cheered by his two friends.
“Chrysanthemum and Snake” Size: 290×390mm Watercolor pencil on paper Price: A$2,000.00 The feelings of the youth towards his lover are evidenced in the tenacity of the snake tattooed on his body. The yellow chrysanthemums represent his fierce loyalty.
“Evening Primrose-Masa and Yoshi” Size : 380×480mm Watercolor pencil on paper Price:A$2,300.00 This work was based on the novel“Yūgesho” (Evening Primrose) by Japanese author Toshio Yamazaki. The names of the boys in the artwork (Masa and Yoshi) are different but the scene shows their romantic rendezvous.
Sorry for the late updates. I managed to update in May, but end of May and start of June has been a very busy time. I will be going to Singapore, France and Scotland from 13th to 26th June. So if you have any requests for artwoks in those locations I can bring personally. I […]
Boom Promotions/Mayumi International is sorry to advise that due to a relapse of a pre-existing condition the upcoming Australian tour by celebrated artist Hideki Koh has been cancelled. This will come as a true disappointment for the many collectors and fans of Mr Koh’s works who were no doubt looking forward to meeting the artist […]
Mayumi International presents: Hideki Koh was introduced by BOOM. In 1998, Hideki Koh began to draw pictures focusing on young men, and worked on front covers for the magazine Barazoku from 1999 to 2002. Koh had his first solo exhibition in 2000 and has since emerged from the gay underground art scene to gain much […]