In my art practice I create an idealistic landscape that reflects on a psychological condition that deals not only with utopian ideals but also morbidity. In the mind there is a constant shift between tension and relaxation, which weaves its intimate narratives and a sense of ambiguity into the work. Using a phenomenological and simple process I depict deeply private and intimate spaces, with a sense of compassion.

Koshiro Akiyama was born in Tokyo, Japan and studied at Camberwell College of Arts, MA Fine Art, Painting (2020-2021). Akiyama is now based in London and received a BA and MA in Japanese-style Painting at Tokyo University of the Arts. The artists printmaking techniques are highly influence by Japanese painting and culture. The artist explores in the creative process, utopian ideals but also morbitity,  whilst demonstrating complex texture's created on the papers surface.





2022, An Allegory of Love and Time, New Normal Project, London, UK (Group)
2022, Royal Watercolor Society Open, Bankside Gallery, London, UK (Group)
2022, Sunny Art Prize 2022, Sunny Art Center, London, UK (Group)
2022, Carnivals of Clouds, Janet Rady Fine Art, Online (Group)
2021, London Grads Now, Saatchi Gallery, London, UK (Group)
2021, MA Fine Art Graduate Showcase, South London Gallery and Camberwell College of Arts, London, UK (Group)
2019, Ichikenten, Exhibition Hall in Tokyo University of the Arts, Tokyo, Japan (Group)
2018, The Graduation Works Exhibition of Tokyo University of the Arts, Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan (Group)
2018, Research Project, The University Art Museum, Tokyo University of the Arts,Tokyo, Japan (Group)
2017, Ishimoto Sho Nihonga, Sekisho Art Museum, Shimann, Japan (Group)