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Yuki Yoshida:Rider, Stream and Speed
Published: January 11 2013


eitoeiko is pleased to present the solo exhibition Rider, Stream and Speed by Yuki Yoshida. What we see is different by people. According to this principle, Yuki Yoshida(b.1971) makes a work intentionally. Yoshida makes its form variously interpreted by people. The image is the vague world itself, where we live. The ambiguity of actual world is the same as the uncertainty of true. The artist indicates the inconsistency between realities. The exhibition is titled from a masterpiece which is painted by British Romanticism painter, Joseph Mallord William Turner (1775-1851). Yoshida attempts to look for another world between life and death. By the video installation with motorcycle, viewer can get to see the moving image which the artist experienced.

The image of my work is a scene of the future. Something hit me when I ride my HONDA FT500 on Tokyo Metropolitan Expressway at a dangerous speed. The situation, that I might be in danger of dying, made me being able to see the clear image.

Yuki Yoshida

Yuki Yoshida (b.1971, Kanagawa)
1995 BA Japanese Painting, Tama Art University
1997 MA Fine Art, Tama Art University
2000-2001 Slade School of Fine Art, London, granted by The Gotoh Memorial Foundation
2006 No Border, Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo
2009 META II, Takasaki
2010 META II, Kanagawa Kenmin Gallery
2010 Solo exhibition, Museum Haus Kasuya, Yokosuka
2011 Gateway Japan, group exhibition, Torrance Art Museum, CA

会期:11 January, 2013 – 9 February, 2013
時間:12:00 - 19:00
closed on Saturday, Sunday and National holiday
Last Updated on January 11 2013

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