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Artist: Yuichi Yokoyama
Title: "What to do?" Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art Implementation Report
Size: 42.0 × 30.0 cm
This is a collection of reports on the implementation of the "do what" project at the Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art, which has been closed for a long time since 2020.
An exhibition was held in which the outdoor exhibition space, such as the fence set up outside the closed museum, the bed of a truck, and the shutters of a shop, was used to create the "surprise of encountering a work in an unexpected place." I was.
Graduated from Musashino Art University in 1990, majoring in oil painting. He used to make fine art, but since 2000 he prefers cartoons as his medium of expression because he can "paint time". Yokoyama's manga, characterized by dashing lines and onomatopoeia, the uninterrupted flow of time and unique characters, is called "neo-manga", and is "New Doboku", "Travel", "NIWA", " Baby Boom”, “World Map Room”, and many other books have been translated and published in countries such as Japan, France, the United States, Italy, Spain, and Russia, and have gained popularity. In addition, high-quality works such as "BABY BOOM FINAL", which reproduces Yokoyama's vividly colored original paintings with plenty of high-concentration fluorescent colors, have been published.