Yoshio Shirakawa “Summer Light”

Maki Fine Arts

poster for Yoshio Shirakawa “Summer Light”
[Image: Yoshio Shirakawa "Summer Light" Plywood, Acrylic Paint, 370 ×200×150 cm]

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Shirakawa’s creations are often classified into two exclusive lines––shaped work or social work. As mentioned before, however, even his works such as “Summer Light” cannot be sorted only as “shaped” or only as “abstract.” Perhaps what is requested from us, the viewer of his show Summer Light, is to immerse ourselves in the space where two lights intersect––one emitted from the work “Summer Light” and the other from what would most likely be classified as social work, “Light of Benten Shopping Street”––so we can discover how the two lines found within each work made by Shirakawa coexist.

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from October 05, 2019 to November 10, 2019

Opening Reception on 2019-10-05 from 18:00 to 20:00

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