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[Private Sale] Ayako Rokkaku Screenprint on cardboard

Two pieces by Ayako Rokkaku are available from CURIO private sales.     Ayako Rokkaku is an artist who uses a unique technique of painting on cardboard or canvas with her fingers instead of using a brush.       from the official website of Ayako Rokkaku       Rokkaku's motif of a girl with big eyes and her colorful style have made her popular both in Japan and abroad, and she has been very well received in the art market in recent years. Due to such charm, her works are popular and traded at high prices.       The works introduced here are two of the "Hayaumare March" series, screenprint on cardboard with lovely patterns that are typical of Ayako Rokkaku.         If you are interested, please feel free to contact us. >>>  info@curio-jpn.com  Details are as follows:      LOT:20220708A13 Ayako Rokkaku [Hayaumare March (3)] Screenprint on cardboard...
2022.09.16
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[Private Sale] Yuya Hashizume Beautiful indigo blue

Introducing a canvas piece by Yuya Hashizume from CURIO private sales.   The indigo blue of the piece is truly beautiful, and I wish you could see it in person! This is such work.   Yuya Hashizume is a self-taught artist who has been gaining attention for his "eye water" series. In this series, he depicts a moment of a droplet of tears falling from the eye by anime-like touch against a background of monochromatic colored ground.     From Yuya Hashizume official website       |Tearful girl and an owl Hashizume says that he does not give specific meanings to the individual crying figures but wants viewers to interpret them freely.   Close shot of [eyewater-Owl-3colours] by Yuya Hashizume   Today's piece features a tear from a girl's eye and a strange-looking owl. What could have happened? It's captivating.     If you are interested, please feel free to contact...
2022.09.13
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[CURIO Private Sales] New Arrival

Three new pieces are available on CURIO private sales. Details are as follows.       |Yayoi Kusama     Yayoi Kusama's iconic polka dot pumpkin is energetically depicted and is covered with a net pattern, another signature motif.   "I adore pumpkins. As my spiritual home since childhood, pumpkins bring about poetic peace in my mind. Pumpkins talk to me, giving off an aura of my sacred mental state. They embody a base for the joy of living shared by all humankind on earth. It is for the pumpkins that I keep on going." - Yayoi Kusama       LOT:20220817A01 Yayoi Kusama [Pumpkin] Lithograph, screenprint Signed, titled, dated 1982, and numbered by the artist Edition of 70 + AP Edition 64 x 54.5 cm / 52.2 x 45.7 cm (Sheet/Image) 1982 Printer: Shimo-oka Yoshiaki Catalogue Raisonné: YAYOI KUSAMA PRINTS, 1979-2017, ABE Publishing Ltd., p.15, No. 5 Provenance: Whitestone...
2022.09.13
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