Contemporary Paper Artist, Kojima was the focus of a feature length movie directed by acclaimed Chefs Table Director, Clay Jeter in 2019. Sponsored by Lexus, Japan, TAKUMI (2019) tackles the future of master crafts and offers an insight into the Kirie art processes of Nahoko Kojima and 3 other leaders […]
Nahoko Kojima unveiled her latest 8.5m crocodile, Sumi at the the Dulwich Picture Gallery museum and details of the show are below. The piece is one custom handmade sheet painted by black and gold by Kojima. It continues her iconic Paper Sculpture series using only a single sheet of paper. […]
Contemporary Artist Nahoko Kojima unveils her latest Paper Cut Sculpture meticulously hand made using a custom made Gold Washi Paper, never before seen in a Paper Cut of this type. This commission was funded by the UK Arts Council and is running alongside an exhibition at the Holburne Museum until January […]
Nahoko Kojima reinvents BVLGARI Bridal Art creating a series of sumptuous Paper Cut Artworks for Bulgari Stores across Asia. New Photos.
High end luxury brand, Bulgari commissions Paper Cut master Nahoko Kojima to reinvent Bridal Art in Window Displays across Asia. Visit www.nahokokojima.com to see new photos! More information to follow regarding the concept of doves and hearts.
Japanese paper cut artist Nahoko Kojima will create an intricate floating three dimensional sculpture from a single sheet of paper cut by hand. This is the next major piece to be released after the inspired ‘Washi’ (2014) unveiled earlier last year. For the Holburne Museum, Nahoko is presently working on […]
Welcome to Solo Kojima, founders of the Paper Cut Sculpture movement. This site covers our work in art and design consultation. For purely art and concept pieces visit www.nahokokojima.com to see the latest in Japanese paper cut art from a pioneer and leader in the paper cut sculpture movement, a […]
ArtPrize 2014: Nahoko Kojima astounds US crowd with the heavenly, Washi (2014) Bald Eagle. The word literally translates from Japanese as Eagle, but also means the type of paper that was used to cut the piece. A narrative runs through the piece as is customary for Nahoko’s style but the […]
For her debut US Show in Michigan, Nahoko Kojima created a breathtaking show featuring her three most iconic pieces, The Cloud Leopard (2012), Byaku (2013) and Washi (2014) all under one roof. An estimated 230,000 people visited her show at the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum. Naho appeared live at […]
ArtPrize 2014: Nahoko Kojima Top 5 by Public Vote Nahoko Kojima amazes US crowd at ArtPrize in Grand Rapids, MI USA Solo Kojima are showing A Series of three Handmade Japanese Paper Cut Sculptures for ArtPrize 2014
Unveiled: Nahoko Kojima’s next major masterwork in Paper Art, in the heart of Grand Rapids, Michigan at the prestigious Gerald R. Ford Museum, hosting our first event on US soil. This has been our most breathtaking Show yet with not one but three iconic Paper Sculptures on display, The Cloud […]
Paper Cut Art Workshops with Nahoko Kojima Buy for yourself or as a unique gift for a loved one. Where: Bankside Space, 18 Great Guildford St, London SE1 0FD, UKDate: Passed (email us or sign up to the newsletter to find out about the next one) Oganiser: Solo Kojima Please […]
Byaku continues his UK Tour as part of the Jerwood Makers Open. The concluding show is in North Wales and runs throughout February and March: Nahoko Kojima’s Byaku in North Wales Ruthin Craft Centre Park Road, Ruthin Denbighshire, LL15 1BB Tel: +44 (0)1824 704774 When: 8 February – 6 April […]
Photograph © Solo Kojima. All Rights Reserved. As part of the Jerwood Makers Open 2013 series of shows, Byaku will now be travelling to the very north of UK to show at the Piers Art Centre in Kirkwell, Orkney Islands.
The Independent this weekend ran a story on Nahoko Kojima and her practice in Studio Solo Kojima in Clerkenwell. It appeared in the newspaper, online and on their app. Thanks goes to journalist Karen Wright and photographer David Sandison – we were very impressed. Read the full article here. The Times […]