The art of Hideki Koh


Boys in kimonos and shirtless youth are Hideki Koh’s thing and you can see more of these at his site or at Mayumi International. As is all too common, most of the examples shown are painfully small although he has a page of wallpapers. A tip for artists everywhere: we don’t want to steal your work, we just want to see it properly.


Elsewhere on { feuilleton }
The gay artists archive

Previously on { feuilleton }
Secret Lives of the Samurai
The art of Sadao Hasegawa, 1945–1999
The art of Takato Yamamoto

2 thoughts on “The art of Hideki Koh”

  1. Hideki Koh is really good. It seems like he has achieved a “gay realism”, which at the same time as creates a seductive pull into fantasy and exquisite beauty. It is the stuff of day deams.
    Is his work available for purchase? Please let me know. Michael

  2. Hi Michael. I imagine some of these works are for sale since he has gallery representation. But you’d have to ask individual galleries about availability and price.

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