Yuichi Enomoto “A Piece of Work #31— Morning Glory”
This event has ended.
Enchanted by flowers, Yuichi Enomoto paints the colors that temporarily inhabit plants. The sense of depth in his works pulls in the viewer in. On wood and metal bases, he layers and polishes urethane paint commonly used on cars. He repeats this process of layering and polishing an astounding number of times, capturing and imbuing his works with a color that seems to come from a breathing, trembling plant. The colors of these works, which he has spent three years creating, include the deep navy, grape, and reds of the morning glories that bloom in the garden of his studio. Gallery Camellia, on the same floor as APS, also presents an exhibition of morning glory-inspired works. The white cube of APS and the abundant natural light of Gallery Camellia make for two contrasting spaces for enjoying these flowers.
[Image: Yuichi Enomoto “Circle (Morning Glory-1), 2012-2014, urethane paint on iron, 220×220×8 mm]
from April 07, 2014 to April 19, 2014
Closed on Apr. 13 (Sun).