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Tsuyoshi Yayanagi screen print titled ‘Siege of Space’, 10/ 25 copies



Tsuyoshi Yayanagi screen print titled ‘Siege of Space’. Printed on hand made wove paper. and titled on verso. Signed and numbered 0/ 25 by the artist in pencil. Fine

Sheet size 30 x 30cm (11.75 x 11.75 inches )


This was plate 117, as published in ‘A Tribute to Birgit Skiold’ , 1983.

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Tsuyoshi Yayanagi [Japanese 1933- ]

Tsuyoshi Yayanagi was born in Hokkaido, Japan. After graduating from Obihiro Agricultural High School in 1951, he enrolled at Hoshi University in Tokyo. However, he didn’t complete his university studies,but went to Sao Paulo, Brazil, to pursue an artistic career. In 1957, he held a solo exhibition at the Sao Paulo Museum of Modern Art in Brazil. In 1965, To further his artistic development, Yayanagi moved to Paris, France, where he studied printmaking technique under S. W. Hayter. In 1971, he was chosen to represent Japan at the 11th International Print Biennial in Sao Paulo.

During the 1970s, Yayanagi expanded his art into painting, murals, architecture, fashion, and film-making alongside his fine and commercial art.

His preferred method of printing is Silk Screen and etching. He holds membership in the Japan Print Association and is alternatively recognized under the name Go Yayanagi.

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