Tatsuhiko Yokoo

In his work, Japanese painter Tatsuhiko Yokoo moves around the canvas, wildly spilling colour onto the surface, as if in an ecstasy He calls the resulting pictures Kaze (Wind). Yokoo’s inspiration for his painting comes from a deep affinity with the natural and spiritual world and from his exposure to Far Eastern and Western philosophy and art in Zen meditation. This allows the artist to balance out rationality, emotionality and spontaneity and to create colours and forms in which time and space seem to be lost into nothingness and all earthly heaviness vanishes. Experiencing the work of Tatsuhiko Yokoo, whose painting enriches modern art with a Far Eastern perspective, provides the viewer over and over again with moments of serenity and harmony.
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Tatsuhiko Yokoo

February 2010

ISBN 978-3-86678-388-1

24,00 × 31,00 cm

116 Pages

63 colored and 16 b/w illustrations

Hardcover, bound

Languages: German, English

Editor
Tatsuhiko Yokoo, Kerber Verlag

Text by
Jörg Brause, Magnus Kriegeskorte, Ryuhan Nishikawa, Migaku Sato, Tatsuhiko Yokoo

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