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Takashi Murakami 村上隆
Transcript of Takashi Murakami 村上隆
An Introduction - He was born and rise in Tokyo
- He was fasinated by Japanese comics and anime from early on.
- He went to Tokyo University of the Arts for the skills necessary to become an animator, But later he gets into the field of Nihonga.(traditional Japanese painting) (cc) image by nuonsolarteam on Flickr Utagawa Hiroshige, 1797-1858
Famous Places in Edo: Nihon Bridge, Clear Weather After Snowfall in Morning , ca. 1847-48
oban yoko-e 24.6 by 36.6 cm Ikeda Shoen (1886-1917)
hanging scroll, ink and colors on silk
painting 41 3/4 by 16 1/8 in., 106 by 41 cm contemporary Nihonga poster for 2006 World Cup New stuff! Tokyo University of the Arts Grown out from Nihonga Nihonga before superflat Begining of the D.O.B -After the transiton in artistic style, Murakami start to create his own comic icon,"Mr. D.O.B"
-Mr.D.O.B later developed into a from of his self protrait in various from of material and technique. Murakami x Macys Thanksgiving Day Parade melting dob e
27.5" x 27.5"
signed edition of 300
mint, unframed - Murakami challenged the institutional identification of what high art and low art should be. - In 1996, he brings up the concept of "superflat" to the public's attention. Concepts and Strategic Approach What makes Murakami Takashi
-The Art Entrepreneurship Theory Murakami is best known for his painting, sculptures and installations that blur the boundary between high and low art, he use manga imagery to criticize the flatness of Japanese popular culture. -During his study of Nihonga, Murakami became dissapointed with the field's insular, and became more and more interested in the contemporary stratagies and the social issues in Japan.
- He wrote his doctorate dissertation essay on the topic called "the meaning of the meaningless of art".
-In 1993, Murakami earn his PH.D on Nihonga from the Tokyo University of the Arts. Murakami at work Mr.D.O.B The Art Entrepreneurship Theory by Murakami Takashi (2005) SUPERFLAT CHIHO AOSHIMA
ENLIGHTENMENT (HIRO SUGIYAMA)
20471120 http://www.walkerart.org/archive/F/AF73997DC9F87DB6616F.htm Bome
2001 Japanese Popular Culture 1998
Oil, arcylic, faberglass and iron
100 x 46 x 36 in.(254 x 116.8 x 91 cm)
Logan to the collection of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art My Lonesome Cowboy "In order to stand up to Western artists, I analyzed the mechanism of Western art. I also polished my skills in creative management, making hypotheses and testing them," writes Murakami (his painting, Nirvana, sold for $1.1 million at Sotheby's New York in May 2006) http://www.hiroshige.org.uk/hiroshige/100_views_edo/images/100_views_edo_100.jpg<img src="images/nihonga/nihonga04.jpg" alt="Ikeda Shoen" width="259" height="700">http://images.businessweek.com/ss/07/07/0725_japanart/image/2_art_football_hisa_7d6cbc0.jpg http://craziestgadgets.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/04/murakami-mousepad.jpghttp://superflygallery.com/wp-content/uploads/2007/07/s04pconp.jpg<img style="-webkit-user-select: none" src="http://superflygallery.com/wp-content/uploads/2007/07/s04pconp.jpg"><img style="-webkit-user-select: none; cursor: -webkit-zoom-in; " src="http://ioeworldwide.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/01/murakami-dob.jpg" width="706" height="476"><img style="-webkit-user-select: none" src="http://www.ionly.com.cn/nbo/pic2010/20110514141718.jpg">http://img.1626.com/images/userup/0906/031I245L10.jpghttp://photocdn.sohu.com/20090525/Img264150921.jpghttp://www.walkerart.org/archive/C/B47399B09A97B4B7616C.jpghttp://archiv.ub.uni-heidelberg.de/ojs/index.php/transcultural/article/viewFile/6175/1766/7071http://blog.onlineclock.net/wp-content/uploads/2009/01/anime-radio.jpghttp://blogs.princeton.edu/graphicarts/eizan-thumb.jpghttp://www.wallcoo.net/anime/eva_asuka/m01/ml0010.jpghttp://yeinjee.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/japanese-anime-tattoo-1.jpghttp://3.bp.blogspot.com/-tVAM491DWxs/TWOvcBnXeBI/AAAAAAAADvU/Q1UtDAj6Kec/s1600/myv_kabukirock.jpg
“my lonesome cowboy”
sold in 2008 for 15.2 mil "Tan Tan Bo" 2001
Acrylic on canvas mounted on board / Acrylique sur toile montée sur bois
11.9 feet x 17.8 feet x 2 1/2 inches (3 panels) / 360 x 540 x 6,7 cm (3 panneaux de 360 x 180 cm chacun)
unique Mr. D.O.B "Pschiiit (red)" 1995
Acrylic on canvas, frame / Acrylique sur toile, encadrement
18 1/4 x 18 1/4 Inches / 46 x 46 cm
Japanese Animation and Comic Flatness in Nihonga visual pop rock artist in costume Japanese girls group AKB 48 Takashi Murakami: The Meaning of the Nonsense of the Meaning, 1999
Published by the Center for Curatorial Studies Museum, Bard College and distributed by Harry N. Abrams