Chad Hasegawa (B. 1983, Honolulu, Hawaii) is a San Francisco-based artist and a graduate of the San Francisco Academy of Art. Hasegawa's art is a quest for simplicity and emotional resonance. His approach, deeply rooted in minimalism, focuses on reducing complexity to reveal the essence of feeling and reason. Hasegawa believes in stripping away the unnecessary, leaving behind art that genuinely connects with the viewer through color and form. This process, a balance of adding and subtracting elements, aims to capture pure emotion rather than narrate stories. His work is a deep exploration into the intrinsic structures that shape our perceptions.
His work is not just an artistic expression; it is a blueprint for understanding and experiencing the world. Through the lens of minimalism, Hasegawa meticulously crafts each piece to serve as a map, guiding viewers through a landscape of feelings and ideas. The essence of his art lies in this careful balance of elements - each subtraction and addition serves a deliberate purpose, ensuring that every stroke, every color, and every form contributes to the overarching narrative of emotional truth. He strips away the extraneous, focusing on the elemental to evoke a raw, unfiltered emotional response. This purity of expression allows the viewer to connect deeply with the work, engaging not just with the art but with their own inner landscapes of emotion and thought. His work reshapes our understanding of art and its purpose, emphasizing the importance of simplicity in a complex world. By removing the superfluous, his work allows us to appreciate the fundamental aspects of life and art.
Hasegawa's work uniquely blends emotion and reasoning, ensuring each piece is both meaningful and emotive. When his work lacks feeling, he enriches it with emotion; when it lacks purpose, he refines it to its core. This balance is Hasegawa's signature, making his art a powerful statement in the ongoing evolution of minimal abstraction and its role in shaping our future.
Intersect Palm Springs • Art and Design FairPalm Springs 8 - 11 Feb 2024Good Mother Gallery is pleased to be a part of Intersect Palm Springs Art and Design Fair 2024.
We'll be showcasing new works by Chad Hasegawa, Adele Renault and Matt McCormick.
Here Now Now Here - Adele Renault & Chad HasegawaLOS ANGELES 3 Feb - 3 Mar 2024Good Mother Gallery is pleased to present 'Here Now Now Here' a duo exhibition, featuring the works of Los Angeles-based artist Adele Renault and San Francisco-based artist Chad Hasegawa. This...