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Akiyama Masahito ”Rollin’ Stone”
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Published: September 28 2015

A part of exhibition work

Using colored pencil Akiyama Mashito draws very large panoramic views with various themes. Formerly he expressed the beautiful nature of his birthplace, or the homage to masters of Japanese traditional painting, then became to show his criticism for contemporary human society. His most recent theme is the light and darkness of the American history. Most Japanese people in post war era have come under a great influence of American popular culture, and so is Akiyama, especially as a passionate blues music lover. He expresses in his drawing the deep respect for great successors of Amarican roots music, and on the other hand, complicated feeling for the dark side, such as racism and wars. In this exhibition, he himself plays a guitar. His improvised blues will fill the air in the gallery with fantastic resonance of colors and sounds.

kiyama Masahito

1965 Born in Ymanashi, Japan

Solo Exhibitions
2005~2015(every year)
Gallery K, Tokyo
2005 Yamanashi Prefectural Mueum of Art, Public Gallery
2004 Toki Art Space, Tokyo
2003, 2002
Gallery The Gallaxy, Yamanashi
2001 Mrs. Brown Gallery, Yamanashi

Group Exhibitions
2007 "NAU 21century Art Union Exhibition" Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, Tokyo
2006 "Minabi" Yamanashi Prefectural Mueum of Art, Public Gallery
"New Year's Greeting Card from Artists" Belgrade, Republic of Serbia
2004 "Praxis - Drawing No.19" Yamanashi Prefectural Mueum of Art, Public Gallery
"Internatiomal Impact Art Festival" Kyoto Municipal Museum of Art, Kyoto
"Global Art 2004 in NewYork" World Trade Gallery, USA
2003 "Praxis - Drawing No.18" Yamanashi Prefectural Mueum of Art, Public Gallery
"School Museum Project Exhibition" Hikawa Senior High School, Yamanashi
2001 "Praxis - Drawing No.4" Kofu General Civic Center, Yamanashi

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Period: September 28,2015 (Mon) 〜 October 3,2015 (Sat)
Hours: 11:30-19:00 (Saturday until 17:00)
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Venue: Gallery K

Last Updated on September 28 2015
 

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