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Mizuki Kakinuma ”Transchromatic”
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Published: June 14 2017

《 In a Dream 》 2016 oil on canvas 970×1620mm(M100)

Yoshimi Arts is pleased to present the solo exhibition "Transchromatic" by Mizuki Kakinuma.
Mizuki Kakinuma has exhibited in many group shows as well as four solo shows at Yoshimi Arts, beginning with a group show in 2011, followed by the first solo show in 2012. At first glance it appears to be abstract expressionist, but it also has a contemporary “pop” quality to it, as well as a narrative pictorial composition that goes beyond the physicality of the work. He incorporates sumie brushstrokes in his work, a form of expression deeply embedded in the DNA of Japanese people.
Kakinuma had been painting in a primitive, figurative style from his art high school years throughout art university, but changed his style to abstract expressionism in February 2011, for his art university graduation exhibition. A factor for this change was the foreboding global change occurring at the time, and the status quo in Japanese society being challenged and shaken.
Kakinuma’s paintings are influenced by personal emotions in daily life, the changing conditions in Japan and across the world, the information we receive from the media daily, as well as from being an avid reader and movie fan.


Information Provided by: Yoshimi Arts

Period: June 19,2017 (Mon) 〜 July 9,2017 (Sun)
Hours: 11:00-19:00
Closed: Tue, Wed
Venue: Yoshimi Arts

Last Updated on June 19 2017

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