Ryuki Yamamoto Exhibition

Mizuma Art Gallery - Ichigaya

poster for Ryuki Yamamoto Exhibition
[Image: Ryuki Yamamoto "Mother and War" (2019) acrylic on canvas, 260.1×260.6cm ©YAMAMOTO Ryuki Courtesy Mizuma Art Gallery]

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The Mizuma Art Gallery will hold the Yamamoto Ryuki Exhibition from July 22.
Yamamoto has been drawing self-portraits using various techniques, and continues to try to draw shinrabansho using only self-portraits. This is the first solo exhibition in six years at the Mizuma Art Gallery.

Yamamoto says he gets his inspiration from daily events within a three-meter radius. After his solo exhibition in 2014 and working in Yogyakarta, Indonesia, Yamamoto gradually began to portray the people around him as inductive self-portraits. In this exhibition, works in the form of several images of others will be presented.

As an exceptional otherness for Yamamoto, he has painted a mother several times. In the epic <> a young mother is depicted as a large figure in the center of the canvas as a symbol of a woman. Surrounded by the Buddha and smiling in the center of the universe, Yamamoto and his friends in fighter jets and school uniforms are hovering around her, repeating battles. Sex and life seeking diversity and repeating competition and selection in all aspects. <> depicts this world shaped by its magnetic chaos and dynamism.

A hyperpersonal, symbolized world expression is universal because its positions and roles are interchangeable. Please take a look at the self-portraits Yamamoto has worked on for the past six years.

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Schedule

from July 22, 2020 to August 22, 2020
By appointment only. (Please visit official website for the details.) Exhibition Hours: 12:00-18:00

Artist(s)

Ryuki Yamamoto

Fee

Free

Venue Hours

From 11:00 To 19:00
Closed on Mondays, Sundays, Holidays

Access

Address: 2F Kagura Bldg., 3-13 Ichigayatamachi, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 162-0843
Phone: 03-3268-2500 Fax: 03-3268-8844

5 minute walk from exit 5 at Ichigaya Station on the Yurakucho and Namboku lines, 8 minute walk from the West exit of Iidabashi Station on the JR Chuo-Sobu line, 8 minute walk from exit B3 at Iidabashi Station on the Tozai, Yurakucho and Namboku lines.

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