Exhibit runs until January 19, 2012
Yuichi Hirako is a Japanese artist interested in exploring the human dynamics with nature through concerns of primitivism, and cultural comparatives of natural terrains and isolated plants. “The Wooden Clapper” grounds this exhibition with that very object characterized by simplicity of form, function and sound. We are hoped to turn back to basic human connections to nature. In “The Wooden Clapper,” Yuichi presents new paintings and sculptures that depart from his earlier illustrations of nature. These works portray anthropomorphic plants and plant-like humans set in a whimsical setting of what can be such a dark and fantastical adventure.
The Drawing Room
1007 Metropolitan Avenue
Makati City, 1205
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