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Tomokazu Matsuyama: Found Modern Library
Tomokazu Matsuyama, Alexandra Chang, Gion, Naobumi Chiba, Yusuke Wabayashi:
Tomokazu Matsuyama
Found Modern Library
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Found Modern Library is the first monograph from Tomokazu Matsuyama an exciting young artist who splits his time between Japan and the US. Textured shapes and strong outlines give the animals and characters that inhabit his canvases and installations a floating world feeling.
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Enigmatic in its narrative, with a perfectly controlled technique, the work of Matsuyama aka Matsu-MTP reflects his influences: his graphic design background, street-influenced aesthetics and the work of artists such as Monet, Murakami and Koons.

In keeping with his global upbringing, Matsuyama exhibits his con-tem-por-ary art around the world, in addition to working with multinationals like Levi’s and Nike to bring them into line with “the now, today, in all of its cultural complexity.” He strives to portray this global melee through a conscious “appropriation” of all of his influences; cultural, artistic, and personal.

96 pages, Hardcover, 6 1/4'' x 8 1/2'' (156 x 212 mm)
85 color illustrations, English
ISBN: 978-0-9790862-1-2  $ 19.95
About the Artist:
Tomokazu Matsuyama
Tomokazu Matsuyama
Tomokazu Matsuyama was born 1976 in Tokyo, Japan. Currently he lives and works in New York City.
Article by Alexandra Chang: “Tomokazu Matsuyama: Brooklyn’s Edo Period”
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Further
Further
Further documents and presents the symbiotic relationship between seven artists and friends who share a visual dialogue: MARS-1, NoMe Edonna, Oliver Vernon, Tomokazu Matsuyama, Damon Soule, David Choong Lee, and Robert Hardgrave. more...

Ulysses: Departures, Journeys, & Returns The Artwork of Andrew Schoultz
Ulysses: Andrew Schoultz
Schoultz’s work is both a mirror and beacon, telling narratives of our world. The book also includes four essays, written by Aaron Noble, Caleb Neelon (Sonik), Kevin Chen, and Travis Jensen. more...
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GINGKO PRESS | ART BOOK | ISBN-13: 9780979086212 | ISBN-10: 0-9790862-1-3 / 0979086213