poster for 佐伯洋江 展



大島賛都 『現代美術の展望 VOCA展2006 - 新しい平面の作家たち』 2006年、pp.34-35 より引用

オープニング・レセプション: 12月22日、17:00~20:00

[画像: Untitled (2007) Pencil and ink on paper 74.5 × 111cm]



2007年12月22日 ~ 2008年01月26日





donald_japantimes: (2008-01-03 at 17:01)

Japan Times Art Brief
By Donald Eubank

In clean lines over subtle washes, her latest works contain baubles of modern and traditional Japan — hair ornaments, high-heel shoes and handbags — seemingly caught in spidery hairballs.

flyingcircus: (2008-01-04 at 21:01)

Her imagery looks coming from illustrations on girly culture/fashion magazines typically featured latest street mode of London, like detailed pencil drawing with a little color and a little girly objects. Sometimes I can’t recognize these girly detailed drawing artists like Fukaya Etsuko in Roppongi Crossing.

These drawings tend to have common in their grammar, but I think that Hiroe Saeki’s drawings are more interesting in her structure. Her drawings have large white spaces making us to see the drawings with wide view, and we see the compositions of white and black first. But when we walk close to focus on black objects, we would find the detailed drawings on the field looked pale gray and some cute objects embedded there.
She would be conscious about these devices, different from other detailed drawing artists.

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