Takashi Murakami: The 500 Arhats 村上隆:500罗汉

by CHT

Image courtesy of Layzhoz Yeap

‘Takashi Murakami: The 500 Arhats’ exhibition marks the first large–scale Murakami exhibition in Japan in 14 years. Presented by Mori Art Museum, this amazing art exhibition is one show that should not be missed by anyone that has a heart for art. Born in 1962 in Tokyo, completed his doctoral work at Tokyo University in Fine Arts and selected by Time magazine’s ‘The 100 Most Influential People’ in 2008, Takashi Murakami is currently one of the most internationally acclaimed contemporary artists working today. Through his artistic career, the artist has cleverly connected the ‘otaku culture’, character iconography and Japanese art history against the backdrop of thematic landscape of post-war Japan. Hence developing the concept of ‘Superflat’, that has left his define mark in the contemporary art scene.

During this long awaited solo exhibition, Murakami presented one of the largest paintings ever produced in global art history – his 100-meter-long-painting, The 500 Arhats, showing off for the first time in Japan. Some other new works are also on exhibition in which the artist continues to amaze the public by exploring new challenges to the traditional Japanese art. This exhibition provides an important insight to Murakami’s art journey in terms of scale, energy and artistic accomplishment.

The exhibition is currently at the Mori Art Museum, 53rd  Floor, Roppongi Hills Mori Tower, Tokyo, and it is scheduled to end on the 6th March 2016.

日本当代艺术家村上隆的500罗汉展览会是时隔14年后在日本首次大规模展出。这个在东京森美术馆举行的神奇展览会让拥有艺术心灵的人们都趋之若鹜。村上隆1962年出生于东京,在东京大学完成博士学位,并在2008年被《时代》杂志选为“100位最有影响力的人物”,直至目前保持着国际知名当代艺术家的身份。通过他的艺术生涯中,巧妙地连接了“御宅族文化”,包括以人物肖像,日本艺术历史与战后日本背景主题景观。而他创作的“超扁平”概念,也为他在当代艺术场景定义上取得重大印记。

在期待已久的个展上,村上隆最巨大的画作也缔造全球艺术历史记录—长达100米的画作 - 500罗汉,这是首次在日本展出。其他新作品也让观赏者通过探索发现日本传统艺术的新鲜挑战。展览会塑造想象洞悉力,观摩村上的艺术之旅、能源与艺术修养。

展会目前在东京六本木山森塔53楼的森艺术美术馆展出中,直至2016年3月6日结束。

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