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The Vectorial Art is the most contemporary and most reproducible technique: it is a practice used by engineers, architects and graphic designer, exploiting the most advanced softwares of computer graphics; the image is composed from geometric forms, lines, sting, curves, filled with the colors producing then the vectorial images. The concept of reproducibility is present for a long time in the Pop Japanese Art, with the goal to make the art accessible to everybody. The high quality that this technique guarantees allows Tomoko Nagao to elaborate again the most known works of the history of the art inserting oriental and western brand realizing an allegory of the society of the consumption of mass. In this case Tomoko Nagao homages Caravaggio with this Young Sick Bacchus. She reinterprets every detail with kawaii esthetic and in her artwork appear commercial brands and product. On the background we see the Tomoko's Canestra di Frutta painting, hanged on the wall.
Screen printing in Vectorial Art, limited edition. Signed and numbered in originale by the artist.
Tomoko Nagao is one of the main contemporary artists of Micropop art. She was born in 1976 in Nagoya, Japan. She studied in Japan, assimilating Nara Yoshitomo's style made of stylized shapes and Takashi Murakami's Superflat style. Today she is considered the most important exponent artist of Micropop and Superflat in Italy, where she nowadays lives.
Tomoko takes Caravaggio, Velázquez, Tiziano, La Tour, Botticelli, Hokusai's artworks and she revisits them, also introducing global brands like Coca-Cola, iPad, Barilla, Play Station PSP. Nagao's adaption of Old Master paintings are intended as an ironic reference to the economic mechanisms, where Renaissance patrons like Medici have now been replaced by the creative directors of major brands. In this way, her works become ametaphor of globalisation, making them more "easy to read" thanks to the Japanese aesthetic concept of "kawaii" that makes everything "cool". Her production includes original paintings, stencils and vectorial art. She practices the Superflat style, the postmodern Japanese art movement founded by Takashi Murakami. So her artworks are characterized by flat and emphatic images and defined outlines.
Her art his innovative and original, uniting classical art and contemporary art, oriental traditions and occidental culture. She chooses classical subjects of art history that are famous in all the world and immediately recognizable and she revisits them in a Pop way and with elements of Japanese Manga e Ukiyo-e culture. One of the best example is the "Mickey Mouse" wearing Armani underwear. In September 2015 her "Botticelli - The Birth of Venus with Baci" was exhibited at the Gemalde Galerie of Berlin and, in 2016, at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London in occasion of "The Botticelli Renaissance group show", where it was considered by the critics one of the more interesting event of that year.
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