Hiroko IGETA
Born 1967 in Tokyo, Hiroko Igeta has been making ball-jointed dolls since 1986. She graduated from the Visual Communication Design course at Musashino Art University in 1990. In 1994, she turned her focus towards exhibition activities while at the same time working in a design company.

Since 2004, she fully concentrates on her artistic career and her work as a freelance illustrator. Her dolls portray real people through the eyes of the artist, and they encapsulate their models’ history within their shapes.


"Portrait of Kazuyo Morita Standing on One Leg"
2015
Paulownia sawdust paste, oil colors
H100cm (H140cm with pedestal)
Signed on the back of the head part

"Torso (1)"
2014
Ceramic
10.5x19xh14cm
Signed on the back

"Torso (2)"
2014
Ceramic
21x11xh11cm
Signed on the back

"Torso (3)"
2014
Ceramic
9.5x11xh22cm
Signed inside the leg

"Portrait of Kazuyo Morita"
2014
Paulownia sawdust paste, oil colors
40x30xh48cm (H77cm with pedestal)
Signed on the back of the foot

"Untitled A"
2014
Ceramic
34x25xh19cm
Signed on the upper part of the torso

"Dancing under delusion"
2015
Ceramic
26x15xh18cm
Signed on the back

"Hankoko (Spirit Appearing in the Fume of Incense"
2015
Ceramic
20x10xh16cm
Signed on the back

"Resonance"
2015
Ceramic
20x13xh10cm
Signed on the back

"Uzumibi (Banked Fire)"
2015
Ceramic
19.5x12.5xh10.5cm
Signed on the back


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