5 edition of Yasumasa Morimura found in the catalog.
February 12, 2008
Written in English
|Contributions||Kai Itoi (Editor), Filippo Maggia (Editor), Marinella Venanzi (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||80|
Yasumasa Morimura, born in Osaka, is a Japanese artist whose work deals with issues of cultural and sexual appropriation. Morimura studied art at Kyoto City University of Arts and in made his first avant-garde self-portrait based on an iconic portrait of Vincent Van Gogh. Since then, Morimura has taken iconic images from pop culture. Artist: Yasumasa Morimura X cm Year: Artwork: The first artwork (above on the left) - Mona Lisa in Its Origin - is an appropriation of the world famous painting of the Mona Lisa but instead; Morimura has used his own face, hands and props to recreate the artwork in his own interpretation.
Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Yasumasa Morimura: Requiem for the XX Century, Twilight of the Turbulent Gods (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products! At The National Museum of Art, Osaka, Yasumasa Morimura, one of Japan's preeminent contemporary artists, presents his first large-scale solo exhibition ever to be held in his hometown of Osaka. The exhibition will consist of works. There will be 50 new works, including Morimura's first full-length video piece, with a running time of.
Yasumasa Morimura defines himself as a cross between an actor and an artist. In his photographs he uses a mix of heavy makeup, costumes, painting, and digital manipulation to transform himself into iconic figures from pop culture or art history. He has appeared as the Mona Lisa, Marilyn Monroe, and even Cindy Sherman, and while his self. Yasumasa Morimura: Daughter Of Art History. Published by Aperture. Foreword by Donald Kuspit. Since the s, Yasumasa Morimura has been invading the canon of Western art--offering both wry commentary and loving tribute--by replacing the figures and faces of its masterpieces with his own.
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Yasumasa Morimura: Requiem for the XX Century by Kai Itoi, Filippo Maggia, Marinella Venanzi. Yasumasa Morimura burst onto the international art scene in the eighties with his "Art History" series, computer-aided reconstructions of great Western paintings in which Morimura injected his own visage onto the faces of the works’ original subjects/5.
Since the s, Yasumasa Morimura has been invading the canon of Western art--offering both wry commentary and loving tribute--by replacing the figures and faces of its masterpieces with his own.
After painstakingly recreating the surroundings of some of the most iconic paintings, Morimura assumes their subjects' identities through elaborate /5(3). See more of Yasumasa Morimura Art Project on Facebook. Log In. Forgot account. Create New Account. Not Now. Community See All. 1, people like this.
1, people follow this. About See All. Contact Yasumasa Morimura Art Project on Messenger. Artist. Page Transparency See ers: K. Yasumasa Morimura (森村 泰昌, Morimura Yasumasa, born J ) is a Japanese appropriation was born in Osaka and graduated from Kyoto City University of Arts in SinceMorimura has primarily shown his work in international solo exhibitions, although he has been involved in various group exhibitions.
Yasumasa Morimura, Yasumasa Morimura, Donald Kuspit, Donald Kuspit, Published by Aperture April () ISBN ISBN Yasumasa Morimura (Japanese, b) is an appropriation artist. He was born in Osaka, Japan, and obtained his Bachelor of Fine Arts in from the Kyoto City University of Arts.
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Yasumasa Morimura has 11 books on Goodreads with 59 ratings. Yasumasa Morimura’s most popular book is Daughter of Art History: Photographs by Yasumasa Mo. Morimura Yasumasa, Japanese artist known for his large-scale self-portraits that were often superimposed on art-historical images or on pictures of iconic individuals.
After graduating () from Kyōto City University of Arts, Morimura served as an assistant at the university and devoted himself.
Taking photographs is generally an act of 'looking at the object, whereas 'being seen' or 'showing' is what is most interest to one who does a self-portrait self-portraits deny not only photography itself but the 20th century as an era as well an inevitable phenomenon at the end of the 20th century.
Since the early s, Yasumasa Morimura has been embedding himself into iconic images appropriated from art history, mass media, and popular culture, producing photographs that simultaneously celebrate, satirize, and explore their enduring influence and the stories they convey.
Luhring Augustine is pleased to announce the opening of a solo show of new photo-based work by Yasumasa Morimura on November In this most recent series, “Self-Portrait as Actress”, Morimura continues his practice of inserting himself into the canonical images of art history and twentieth century pop culture via photographic technologies.
Appropriates Manet’s Olympia This form of appropriation is particularly telling because Morimura puts his own body in a position and sight that is occupied by a female prostitute and converts Manet's little black cat that speaks to promiscuity and sexuality into the little sign for commerce and exchange that often occupy Japanese businesses for good.
Yasumasa Morimura is a contemporary Japanese appropriation artist whose work consists of inserting his face and body into portraits of historical artists and celebrities. View Yasumasa Morimura’s artworks on artnet.
Find an in-depth biography, exhibitions, original artworks for sale, the latest news, and sold auction prices. See available photographs, prints and multiples, and sculpture Nationality: Japanese.
Yasumasa Morimura has spent decades reimagining historical narratives by transforming himself into iconic art and pop culture images, from Manet’s Olympia to Marilyn Monroe.
Yasumasa Morimura (, Osaka, Japan) is a conceptual photographer who takes portraits of himself masterfully masquerading as recognizable subjects, often from Western culture.
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Yasumasa Morimura's artworks, biography and articles. Everybody loves a dame. And Morimura just loves to be one. In this series of self-portraits Morimura convincingly slips into the roles of legendary silver screen goddesses, from Audrey Hepburn to Ingrid Bergman (and it doesn’t stop there - he’s also been art historical icons such as the Mona Lisa and Renoir’s busty barmaid!).
MORIMURA Yasumasa Biography Born in Osaka, Japan Lives and works in Osaka, Japan Solo Exhibitions My Chronicle - −My Art, My Story, My Art History, ShugoArts, Tokyo YASUMASA MORIMURA: EGO OBSCURA, Japan Society, New York Yasumasa Morimura.
The history of the self-portrait, Pushikin Museum, Moskow, RussiaFile Size: KB.Yasumasa Morimura's Portrait (Futago), is a typical example of the above issues. Portrait (Futago) intentionally takes from Edouard Manet's Olympia(), a master piece of western canon.
Morimura imitate Manet's historic masterpiece by recreating the scenes of 'Olympia' through wearing wig, make-up and creating the similar setting. His work lead to the reflection of the Japanese artists.
“Yasumasa Morimura: Ego Obscura” is on view at the Japan Society, East 47th Street between First and Second Avenues, New York, October .