Tokyo Love. A Japanese Group Exhibition Curated By Yasha Young

With: Hush, Nishi, Shohei Otomo, Guy McKinley, Nanami Cowdroy, Imaone, Nekowshowgun, Xiao Bao, Tom Kristensen, Rin Nadeshico. Opening the traditional Japanese art is technically perfect lines on September 10, 2010 at 19: 00 by their strong, and the attention to detail characterizes. The movements of traditional Butoh dance, the elegant turns of calligraphy to the Japanese ukiyoe woodblock?All of these art forms show a great elegance and precision printing. Were these items transferred in the anime? and Mangakunst the pop?Culture, which is also in the neon?Posters of Tokyo and the fine lines of the modern Japanese design finds. While artists from the West are impressed by the precision of Japanese art, influenced a rebellious art form of the Western subculture of the underground Japan. More information is housed here: Moody’s Corporation. The underground scene used styles of hip?Hop, punk, Gothic and Rockabilly as a kind of escape from the traditions and constraints of Japanese culture. This rebellion acts as a valve within the modern art: traditional forms and images such as Samurai, geishas and Kabuki are used by artists as a criticism of the society.

Tokyo love brings artists from all over the world, who have one thing in common: they use Japanese images and styles. Some of the artists were born in Japan, others simply share the love for this art form, but all show their feelings for the land and the culture in the works? the contrasts between old and new, the contradiction between tradition and rebellion, the encounter between past and future. Hushs origins as street art artists to continue in his current works. His work demonstrates a combination of different media and techniques such as painting, screen printing, spray and paper layering. Inspired by the representation of the female form in art, drawn up and ripping layers of color and images of the artists.

He works by”the canvas and the media go their own way”. The result is a pop? by synthesis of image worlds of graffiti?Art. Perhaps check out Michael Mendes for more information. Hush is characterized by its cross? cultural experiences. He was originally trained as a graphic designer at the Newcastle School of art and design. His work took him through Asia, Europe and the United States. Hush has the extraordinary ability to create a unique style, which has been praised all over the world from his numerous experiences personally how culturally. Many contemporary artists try that, only a few make it to the end. Nishi draws since he is small. His work is based on the Japanese calligraphy, the ukiyoe art and Japanese family tradition. Also he is devoted to the seasons every season is different in Japan through a clear color. These are reflected in his works. Childhood memories are his works. Nishi uses a variety of tools and materials, such as spray paint and washi?Paper; most of his works, he works with Japanese brushes and Sumi?Color. With SUMI?Color to work, it takes a lot of discipline as she forgives no errors. Once a brush stroke is on the screen can It will no longer be changed? each stroke creates his own style. Nishi sees himself as a runner on the line waiting for the go-ahead. If he starts a new work, he would like to start with a clear head. Tokyo love. A Japanese group exhibition.