Reijiro Wada (born in Hiroshima, Japan, in 1977) is a sculptor working with landscape in eccentric and conceptual methods. Wada produces metaphysical dynamics, deploying natural and organic phenomena in his highly abstract forms. Wada holds a Doctor of Fine Arts (DFA) from the Graduate School of Art, Tokyo University of the Arts (2008). His major exhibitions include: “On the Art of Building a Teahouse” at Neues Museum, State Museum for Art and Design Nuremberg, 2017; “Reijiro Wada / Ariel Schlesinger” at SCAI THE BATHHOUSE, Tokyo, 2017; “HaL Hofskulptur#1” at Haus am Lützowplatz, Berlin, 2016; “Vanitas” at Georg Kolbe Museum, Berlin, 2014; Aichi Triennale, Japan, 2013; “Berlin Status (2)” at Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin, 2013; “Kunstkammer No.17: Reijiro Wada” at Georg Kolbe Museum, Berlin, 2012; “How does the new enter the world? Nine international sculptors in Berlin” at Haus am Waldsee, Berlin, 2012; “Belgrade:Nonplaces” at Museum of Contemporary Art Belgrade, Belgrade, 2009. Wada lives and works in Berlin.