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Shiho Yamamoto -Sosei-
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Published: November 20 2015

"Kaze no Sugata"[Shape of the Wind] 2015 pigments, hemp paper on panel 273×273mm(S3) Courtesy of the artist and Yoshimi Arts

Yoshimi Arts is pleased to present the solo exhibition "Sosei" by Shiho Yamamoto.

Shiho Yamamoto has been consistently investigating the various relationships between humans and plants, examining the analogy and relationship between them that has our shared evolution for our long history on this planet Earth from a biological point of view. She marvels at how humans and plants have retained their beautiful shapes even after such a process of changing themselves to suit environmental changes and adapt themselves to survive. Also in how plants will grow on buildings artificially created for human survival, sprouting out through cracks on the asphalt and concrete pavement, proving that they are trying to coexist with humans in an environment that is so different to their original nature. Shiho Yamamoto observes that both humans and plants have adjusted themselves in biological ways to thrive in their changing environments, and draws anthropomorphic and figurative images combining plants with humans, in terms of life living within a harsh society.

In this exhibition, she will present new works of art under the concept of “cycle” and “recurrence”.

*Sosei :(in Japanese) Dense Growth

Shiho Yamamoto Profile
1982 Born in Gifu Prefecture, Japan
2000 Graduated from Art Course in Gifu Prefectural Kano High School
2004 Graduated from the Department of Fine Arts (Japanese Painting), Hiroshima City University
2008 Completed Master Program (Japanese Painting) in Graduate School of Art, Hiroshima City University
Solo Exhibition
2012 "Ubusuna" (Yoshimi Arts/Osaka)
2010 "Shin-on" (Yoshimi gallery/Osaka)
2009 "Shin-on" (Daimaru Kobe Art Gallery/Kobe)


Information Provided by: Yoshimi Arts

Period: December 7,2015 (Mon) 〜 December 27,2015 (Sun)
Hours: 11:00 - 19:00
Closed: open everyday during the exhibition
Venue: Yoshimi Arts

Last Updated on December 07 2015

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