Hideyuki Katsumata is a Japanese artist who’s newest work for exhibition in Portland at the Hellion Gallery entitled “Hide in my Brain” is a collection of loud, in your face, obscene paintings that debuted on April 2nd, 2015. Demons, spirits, and creatures of strange possessions all engaging in odd scenes, erotic activities, and vulgar moments – all abound in Katsumata’s expressive compositions. He fills each piece of work with whimsical colors, brisk line work reminiscent of old comics, and scale that leaves you flipping through for more. “Hide in my Brain” is a look into the great inspiration and delicate insight into Katsumata’s mind’s eye.  This will be his first solo show in the US, and we are sure it’s not going to be his last!

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