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Takashi Murakami

A Little Flower Painting : Yellow, White, and Purple Flowers, 2019

Print : C-print 21.7 x 17.3 inch

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Takashi Murakami, A Little Flower Painting : Yellow, White, and Purple Flowers

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Artwork sold in perfect condition

This colorful artwork is by Takashi Murakami, a world renowned Japanese artist. A Japanese painter and sculptor, he is notably known as the initiator of the contemporary art movement, the Superflat, which finds its influences in anime, manga and Japanese pop-culture. Takashi Murakami's works are a journey between tradition and modernity. Her colorful flowers with smiling faces are arguably her most recognizable trademark.
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Buronzu Gallery • Liège, Belgium

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Dimensions cm inch
21.7 x 17.3 inch
Framing
White wood floater frame
Artwork dimensions including frame
28 x 24 inch
Type
Numbered and limited to 300 copies
1 copy available
Authenticity
Artwork sold with an invoice from the gallery
Signature
Hand-signed by artist

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The artwork is available for pickup from the gallery in Liège, Belgium or can be delivered to the address of your choice within 1 to 2 weeks after validation of your order. The work is insured during transport, so it's risk-free.
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Born in Tokyo in 1962, Takashi Murakami is one of the most influential artists to come out of Japan in recent decades. Formally trained in Nihonga (a painting style focused on traditional Japanese techniques and subject matter), Murakami earned a Ph.D. from the Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music in 1993, and emerged out of Japan's Neo-Pop generation after the collapse of Japan's bubble economy in the late 1980s.

Although the artist has consistently incorporated contemporary Japanese popular culture in the forms of anime (animation) and manga (comic books) into his work, he has also continued to draw on traditional Japanese sources ranging from Buddhist imagery, 12th-century picture scrolls and Zen painting, and compositional techniques from 18th-century Edo eccentric painting.

Forging a new reciprocal relationship between high art and mass culture, Murakami's artistic practice is predicated on seeing art as a part of the economy. The artist is significant for carving out a new entrepreneurial model based on a transformation of applied market strategies. This model can be attributed to the global shift from a consumer-based society to a service-oriented economy, which differentiates Murakami from Andy Warhol and his contemporaries Jeff Koons and Damien Hirst.

In addition to creating artworks, Murakami has made a constellation of ancillary activities integral to his practice by taking on the roles of curator, lecturer, event coordinator, radio host, newspaper columnist, and manager of emerging artists. His international corporation Kaikai Kiki Co., Ltd., with its multi-faceted operations in mass-produced merchandising, animated film production, and corporate design commissions including his renowned collaboration with Louis Vuitton reveals his aim to creatively widen art's distributive capacities.

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