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Tsunami 100x81cm

Tsunami 100x81cm

Red Flowers

Red Flowers

Mar morado 67x35cm

Mar morado 67x35cm

YING YANG 52cm

YING YANG 52cm

Flying house 22x14x12cm

Flying house 22x14x12cm

Running Wilg 20x18cm

Running Wilg 20x18cm

Sky and Ocean 24x18.5cm

Sky and Ocean 24x18.5cm

Burning Sea, 110x44cm

Burning Sea, 110x44cm

Tsunami 100x81cm
Red Flowers
Mar morado 67x35cm
YING YANG 52cm
Flying house 22x14x12cm
Running Wilg 20x18cm
Sky and Ocean 24x18.5cm
Burning Sea, 110x44cm
PDF icon Press Release. Toshiro Yamaguchi

"Painting pictures is the simplest and most fundamental act by which one can express the deepest and richest human essence.

The hunting ground of beauty is in the depth of spirit. However, the only material called painting becomes the frame through physical painter. I try to reach the hunting ground of the spirit that is both my body, my arms and my body, that is my whole body fights and reconciles with a fearsome opponent anchor that is painting. "

Toshiro Yamaguchi, 2015.

Anything that is deep in life seems simple.

Toshiro Yamaguchi at first sight is a simple man, smiling eyes and rested thought. And as often happens with that which is deep without appearing, undoubtedly the first estimate is wrong.

Yamaguchi will never be the protagonist of his comments, he will not speak in the first person of his work will not interfere with the viewer impressions much less with their interpretations. Everything he is, what he feels and what he thinks is in his work, and it is she who speaks for him.

Their generosity speaks of the artist's need to communicate with others, peers or not, leaving the protection of the environment to feed on other airs, other perspectives, other feelings, other people, other, other, other.

He came to Spain for the sole purpose of deepening the knowledge of painting materials and their use; in them the essence of their work, they summarize in one word what he is after, purity resides.

Looking at old paintings, dating back to Altamira, is the common thread that crosses and guide the story of man who understands is the art, discovered in the way the conclusions of Jackson Pollock coming to justify the link between practices West with Oriental art in the only way possible, through the harmony between man and nature, through the spirit.

Its complexity becomes understandable because he understands that everything is nothing and nothing the whole. It does not contemplate the existence of anything independent or without interaction. Find refuge in science to put into words what meditation, study and intuition would suggest.

Their involvement is absolute, their concern is vital, their tireless work.

The color has a dominant role in many of his works, suggesting a call which evokes a beat, the beat that mark the tempo that achieves harmony between man and the universe. The established order within chaos is governed by the laws of nature and can appreciate its forms geometrically treated where nothing is perfect but all pray in perfect accord.

But he goes further, enters absolute complicity with his work, mixing pigments with paper mache forming a paste that will drop smoothly on the carrier as a farmer who plows leaving the grooves on which sow their future, always uncertain.

All artistic activity involves a meditative process Toshiro Yamaguchi, the Japanese artist seems to need that collusion himself to work, to produce, to convey that peace, that inevitable that balance and coherence between all the elements of the universe and that he conjures in looking for a complete harmony ... todo_nada_todo.

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