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Look for the Silver Lining
Published: October 11 2020

Yuki Yoshida, Look for the Silver Lining, 2020

eitoeiko is pleased to announce a solo exhibition ‘Look for the Silver Lining’ by Yuki Yoshida. This show is his fourth exhibition with eitoeiko.
Yoshida creates his world with simple shapes such as circles and lines. His faintest gradation in the dark space represents a way of Japanese painting, as well as his favorites, a paint technique for plastic model of Gundam. Yoshida attempts to combine old and new expression in Japanese history of art.
Look for the Silver Lining is a musical song written by Jerome Kern and lyrics by B.G. DeSylva in 1920. In the recession of those days, the song was a message of positive thoughts. At the time today, it also seems to be a cheering song for us. In the show Yoshida will show a series of hexagon paintings and sculptures.

Yuki Yoshida

Born in Kamakura, 1971. Received his M.A. from Tama Art University, Tokyo, 1997. Studied at Slade School of London in 2000 with Goto scholarship. Recent exhibitions include Chaos and Cosmos, Fei Art Museum, Yokohama, 2020, Dialogue with space, Kamakura Drawing Gallery, 2020, META, Kanagawa Prefectural Art Gallery, 2019. Teaches as a lecturer in Musashino Art University.


Information Provided by: eitoeiko

Period: October 10,2020 (Sat) 〜 October 31,2020 (Sat)
Hours: 12pm-7pm
Closed: Monday, Sunday and National Holidays
Venue: eitoeiko

Last Updated on October 10 2020

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