Yujiro Miyazaki "Blue, Green and Mount Fuji"

Mizuma Action

poster for Yujiro Miyazaki "Blue, Green and Mount Fuji"

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Yujiro Miyazaki was born in Ota in 1977. After graduating from Tokyo Zokei University in 2001, he participated in and won the Grand Prix at the Tokyo Wonder Wall open call exhibition in 2005, subsequently showing his work at the VOCA exhibition 2007 and "NeoNeo" exhibition at Takahashi Collection in 2009.

Miyazaki, whose parents run a traditional Japanese "sento" (public bathhouse), originally apprenticed as a bathhouse mural painter – a vocation that inspired his paintings of clear blue skies, green foliage and Mount Fuji.

This exhibition showcases a selection of works including "Daphne's Forest", a painting inspired by the theme of coexistence with nature.

[Image: Yujiro Miyazaki, Forest of Daphne 2011 acrylic on canvas 194×486cm]



From 2011-06-15 To 2011-07-09


Yujiro Miyazaki



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