横山裕一『PLAZA』下描き Yuichi Yokoyama
横山裕一『PLAZA』下描き サイズ：361×257mm 画材：鉛筆、ペン、コラージュ、紙 Yuichi Yokoyama "PLAZA" preliminary drawing Size: 361×257 mm Medium: pencil, pen, collage, paper International shipping is available. Please inquire by e-mail. 1967 年宮崎県生まれ。武蔵野美術大学油絵科卒業。ファインアートの制作を行っていたが、2000 年以降「時間が表現できる」とマンガを発表。後に「ネオ漫画」と称される独創的な作品は、様々な分野で高い評価を得る。マンガ作品集に『ニュー土木』『トラベル』『世界地図の間』『ルーム』『アイスランド』等。画集に『横山裕一カラー画集』『ファッションと密室』など。欧米でも翻訳出版されている。 2016 年「世界が妙だ！ 立石大河亞＋横山裕一の漫画と絵画」（広島市現代美術館）、2018 年グループ展「CHILDHOOD Another banana day for the dream-fish」（パレ・ド・トーキョー、パリ、フランス） 等国内外の個展、グループ展多数。 Yuichi Yokoyama Born in Miyazaki, 1967. Lives and works in Saitama. Yuichi Yokoyama had produced Fine Art works in 1990’s after he finished his B.F.A at Musashino Art University with a major in oil painting. Since 2000, Yokoyama shifted his practice to Manga as a medium that allowed him to “draw time.” Famously known as “Neo-Manga”, his works involve no specific story development, but rather, they depart from standard Manga and express a pure flow of time depicting multiple characters with unfriendly and obscure actions, movements and transformation of mysterious objects. His representative comics, New Engineering, Travel, NIWA, Baby Boom, The Room, PLAZA, ICELAND, Burning Sound of the World Map were translated into various languages and earned a high reputation in the world. Other published work is BABY BOOM FINAL in which the artist reproduced his monochrome Manga images in neon colors. While a large-scale solo exhibition, “The Complete Neo Manga of YOKOYAMA Yuichi: I draw time” at Kawasaki City Museum, Kanagawa, Japan (2010) marks Yokoyama’s success as an established artist in Japan, the artist has won an international reputation. He worked with HERMÈS for their window display of Isetan Shinjuku Store, Tokyo in 2013. He also had participated in numerous group exhibitions “Logical Emotion”, Museum Haus Konstruktiv, Zurich, Switzerland (2014) / Museum of Contemporary Art in Krakow (MOCAK), Krakow, Poland (2015) / Kunstmuseum Moritzburg Halle (Saale), Land Sachsen-Anhalt, Germany (2015). In 2018, he exhibited his series “Beasts and Ourselves”and turned them into stained glasses in “Palais de Tokyo”, Paris, France. He also had several solo exhibitions such as “YUICHI YOKOYAMA: WANDERING THROUGH MAPS, UNE EXPLORATION A TRAVERS LES CARTES”, Pavillon Blanc, Colomiers, France (2014); “YOKOYAMA Yuichi x Surrealism”, Miyazaki Prefectural Art Museum, Japan (2014) and “this is that, touch it.”, Hyogo Prefectural Museum of Art, Japan (2014).