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Yuichi YOKOYAMA
Size: 84.0 × 59.5 cm

Author Biography:
Yuichi Yokoyama has been producing fine art since graduating from the oil painting department of Musashino Art University in 1990, but since 2000 he has expressed manga that can "draw time". Choose as a method. Yokoyama's manga, which is characterized by sprinting lines and onomatopoeia, the flow of time drawn without interruption, and unique characters, is called "neo manga" and is called "new civil engineering", "travel", "NIWA", "NIWA". Many books such as "Baby Boom" and "World Map Manga" have been translated and published in countries such as Japan, France, the United States, Italy, Spain, and Russia, and are gaining popularity. In addition, high-quality works such as "BABY BOOM FINAL", which reproduces the original picture of Yokoyama's vivid colors using abundant high-concentration fluorescent colors, have also been published.
After the first large-scale solo exhibition "Yuichi Yokoyama Neo Manga:" I'm Drawing Time "" (Kawasaki City Museum, Kanagawa) was held in 2010, "Aichi Triennale 2013" and Europe Participated in the group exhibition "Logical Emotion-Japanese Contemporary Art Exhibition" that tours museums in three countries. In 2014, "YÛICHI YOKOYAMA: WANDERING THROUGH MAPS, UNEEXPLORATION A TRAVERS LES CARTES" (Pavillon Blanc, Colomier, France), His activities at home and abroad attracted attention, with solo exhibitions such as "This is it, but touch it" (Hyogo Prefectural Museum of Art, Hyogo) and "Yuichi Yokoyama x Surrealism" (Miyazaki Prefectural Art Museum, Miyazaki). .. Others In 2013, I was in charge of the window display when the Hermes Isetan Shinjuku store was reopened.