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Ayako Rokkaku - "Magic Hand" Art Fabric Print

Ayako Rokkaku - "Magic Hand" Art Fabric Print

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Artist: Ayako Rokkaku

Title: "Magic Hand" Art Fabric Print 

Year: 2020

Edition: Limited Edition

Medium: printed fabric

Size: 75 cm x 75 cm

Condition: Brand New

Hand signed and numbered: No

Description: "Magic Hand" Art Fabric Print available during the Ayako Rokkaku Exhibition "Magic Hand" at Chiba Prefectural Museum of Art. 

Ayako Rokkaku was born in Chiba-shi, a town situated in the 'greater Tokyo' area. She started to paint in 2002 and mastered her own painting technique. She never attended art school but is completely self-taught. Rokkaku's iconic style features large, mostly female figures with candid facial expressions full of character. Vividly coloured backgrounds, littered with flowers, tiny figures and rainbow-like smears compose a colourful and happy dream world. The large eyes and long arms of her characters fit within the Japanese manga style, while the bright colours and compositions remind of drawings made by infants. Not coincidentally, as Rokkaku loves the imagination and lack of rules in children's drawings.

Her unique technique, directly applying the acrylic paint to the canvas using her bare fingers and hands, is easily recognizable in the dynamic and lively compositions. Not limiting herself to traditional media, Rokkaku just as easily transforms pieces of used cardboard and vintage Louis Vuitton Trunks into colourful works of art. She particularly enjoys creating very large paintings of several meters wide and high. The power of her direct approach to the canvas is optimally manifested in her 'performance paintings' which she creates live at art fairs and during exhibitions. As an audience of such a happening, we get a chance to be part of her world. Ayako Rokkaku nowadays lives and works alternately in Berlin, Porto, Tokyo and Amsterdam. Since 2006 Gallery Delaive is Ayako Rokkaku's worldwide representative. She has had (solo) exhibitions in numerous galleries and shown on art fairs in Asia, Europe and the U.S.A. Solo exhibitions in the Kunsthal museum in Rotterdam, The Netherlands and the Meulensteen Danubiana Art Museum in Slovakia attracted thousands of visitors.

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