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ART & DESIGN CONFERENCE
TOKYO GRAPHIC PASSPORT 2014 IN NEW YORK

Client: +81, D.D.WAVE Co.,Ltd.
Period: Wendsday, March 12 – Friday, April 25, 2015
Venue: +81 GALLERY MANHATTAN, and more.
Open Hours: 12:00-19:00
Reception: Saturday, March 15, 12:00-19:00

Copyright © +81, D.D.WAVE Co.,Ltd.


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ART & DESIGN CONFERENCE
NIT - Network, Idea & Identity, Technology

Client: Nit west
Speaker : Shun Kawakami (artless Inc.), Syoh Yoshida (artless Inc. / SYOH YOSHIDA)
Organizer, Moderator : Subaru Matsukura (Obaqe Inc.)
Staff : Hiroko Nakano, Takeshi Watamura, Yuji Hikino, Shuichi Kawanami
Venue: HOTEL ANTEROOM KYOTO
Admission: ¥3,500 (cash on drink)
Capacity: 50

Copyright © Nit west


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ART & DESIGNWORKS
SYOH YOSHIDA'S EXHIBITION - DISTANT PROMISE / Total Art Direciton, Design


Client : Harbour City Estates Limited (Hong Kong)
Art direction, Design : Syoh Yoshida (SYOH YOSHIDA)
Marketing, Art deveopment officer : Norma Y.T. Tang (Harbour City)
Assistant marketing, Art deveopment officer : Vicki W.Y. Wong (Harbour City), Chloe F.C. Fong (Harbour City)
Project management : Yung MA (Para/Site Art Space), Dominique Perregaux (Art Statements)

Copyright © SYOH YOSHIDA All rights reserved.
Copyright © Harbour City Estates Limited All rights reserved.


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ART & DESIGNWORKS
GROUP EXHIBITION - FANATIC MONOCHROME™ / Total Art Direciton, Design


Client : spaceB, Comprehensive Educational Research Suppoort Center, Faculty of Art and Design, The Osaka Seikei University
Art direction, Design : Syoh Yoshida (SYOH YOSHIDA)
Project management : Syoh Yoshida (SYOH YOSHIDA), Kenji Kondo (spaceB)

Copyright © SYOH YOSHIDA All rights reserved.
Copyright © spaceB All rights reserved.


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ART & DESIGNWORKS
SYOH YOSHIDA'S EXHIBITION - BEATIFUL THING / Total Art Direciton, Design

Client : spaceB, Comprehensive Educational Research Suppoort Center, Faculty of Art and Design, The Osaka Seikei University
Art direction, Design : Syoh Yoshida (SYOH YOSHIDA)
Project management : Syoh Yoshida (SYOH YOSHIDA), Kyoko Shota (spaceB), Mari Kusaki (spaceB)

Copyright © SYOH YOSHIDA All rights reserved.
Copyright © spaceB All rights reserved.


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ART & DESIGNWORKS
SYOH YOSHIDA / Artist Book Design


Art director, Designer, Photographer : Syoh Yoshida
Text : Chiho Sakai, Mari Kusaki and Syoh Yoshida
Translated by Stanley N. Anderson
Paperback: 64pages
Product Dimensions: H210xW148xD10mm
First Printing: Sep,19 2007 (Limited:500)
Printed Privately


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ART & DESIGNWORKS
Kawashima Yukata Collection / Total Art Direciton, Design


Client : Kawashima Selkon Textiles Co., Ltd. (Kyoto, Japan)
Producer : Mutsumi Tsuzaki
Creative director, Designer : Takashi Tanimoto
Art director, Designer : Syoh Yoshida (SYOH YOSHIDA)
Yukata Textile Designer : Takashi Tanimoto, Syoh Yoshida (SYOH YOSHIDA)
Photographer : Ai Hirano
Stylist : Miyuki Tahara
Model : Aika Kim

Copyright © Kawashima Selkon Textiles Co., Ltd.


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ART & DESIGNWORKS
BMW ART CAR / Concept llustration for BMW M6 Cabriolet

Client : BMW Japan Corp. (Tokyo, Japan)
Art direction, Design : Syoh Yoshida (SYOH YOSHIDA)

Copyright © SYOH YOSHIDA All rights reserved.
Copyright © BMW Japan Corp. All rights reserved.


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EXHIBITIONS

Copyright © Tokyo Graphic Passport

Copyright © +81

Copyright © D.D.WAVE Co.,Ltd.

TOKYO GRAPHIC PASSPORT 2014 IN NEW YORK

Syoh Yoshida participates in "TOKYO GRAPHIC PASSPORT 2014 IN NEW YORK" as a guest artist.

Period: Wendsday, March 12 – Friday, April 25, 2015
Venue: +81 GALLERY MANHATTAN, and more.
Open Hours: 12:00-19:00
Reception: Saturday, March 15, 12:00-19:00

Organaizer: +81
Management: D.D.WAVE Co.,Ltd.

Inquiry:
+81 GALLERY MANHATTAN
167 Elizabeth Street New York, NY 10012
URL: http://www.plus81.com
E-MAIL: plus81NY@dd-wave.co.jp


TOKYO GRAPHIC PASSPORT

The first round of Tokyo Graphic Passport in NY opens by a presentation and exhibitions. We invite Japanese creators and hold a presentation at IRIS & B.GERALD CANTOR / FILM CENTER NYU, for the first time together, who are prominent among the creative scene in Japan and the world. The event 2014 is parts a project to spread Japan's modern art, design and other cultural information around the world according to a concept of aesthetic sense, regardless of genre, and with a main focus on the emerging generation.


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EXHIBITIONS

Copyright © ART FAIR TOKYO Co., Ltd.
Copyright ©Japan Fashion Week Organization
Copyright © Mainichi Broadcastiong System Inc.

ART FAIR TOKYO 2013

Period: Friday, March 22 – Sunday, March 24, 2013
Venue: Tokyo International Forum, Tokyo
BOOTH: No.F08, imura art gallery

Open Hours Day 1: Friday, March 22, 11:00am-9:00pm
Open Hours Day 2: Saterday, March 23, 11:00am-8:00pm
Open Hours Day 3: Sunday, March 24, 10:30am-5:00pm
First Choice: Thursday, March 21 (Invitees only)

Admission:
1-DAY Free Pass: 2,000 yen (tax included)
3-DAY Free Pass: 3,500 yen (tax included)
Children below elementary school are free

Organaizer: ART FAIR TOKYO Committee
Management: ART FAIR TOKYO Co., Ltd.

Inquiry:
I.S.E bldg. 4F 3-8-8 Negishi Taito-ku
Tokyo 110-0003 Japan
TEL: +81-(0)3-5808-1452
FAX: +81-(0)3-5808-1452
URL: www.artfairtokyo.com/en/
E-MAIL: info@artfairtokyo.com


INTERLOCKING EVENTS

Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week TOKYO
TOKYO RUNWAY


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EXHIBITIONS

Copyright © Shibuya Hikarie, 2012
Copyright © Syoh Yoshida, 2012
MEME Key-visual by Syoh Yoshida

MEME | Genes of Culture in Art:
Exploration of Tradition, Technique and Modernity in Calligraphy, Copperplate Prints, and Japanese Paintings

Period: Wed, Nov 28, - Mon, Dec 10, 2012
Venue: 8/02 CUBE 1,2,3, 8th floor, Shibuya Hikarie, Tokyo
Open: 11:00am-20:00pm
Close: Open every day during the exhibition
Admission: Free
Reception: Fri, Nov 30, 2012, 18:00-20:00pm
Organaizer: imura art gallery
Project Director and Curator: Syoh Yoshida


ABOUT 8/

This space is being born to create the kind of phenomena that Roppongi, Ginza or Aoyama cannot seem to create. Like an office, a café, a gallery, or even a shop... all these elements are blended together into this new space. Taking advantage of its perfect location, which has direct access from the “Shibuya station,” a massive terminal where some 3 million people come and go every day, the new space will allow us to explore the possibilities of new types of artistic creations through Shibuya-style exchanges. The creative space that shares “the same DNA” of its predecessor, the Tokyu Bunka Kaikan. Its name is “8/”... It will go into action on the 8th floor of Shibuya Hikarie. (extracts from 8/ | Hikarie 8th Floor)


PREFACE

Clinton Richard Dawkins, an evolutionary biologist, invented the term MEME, referring to “genes of culture”. That is, just as genes of earth’s creatures have evolved through continuous reproduction, transmission, mutation, and natural selection, human customs and habits as well as culture are transmitted, developed and handed down to future generations through reproduction and mimicking.
This exhibition, entitled, MEME Genes of Culture in Art – Exploration of Tradition, Technique and Modernity in Calligraphy, Copperplate Prints, and Japanese Painting, highlights the MEME of the works by young artists who have mastered the traditional techniques of scriptures and calligraphy, copperplate prints, or Japanese paintings, all of which have its long history and tradition. Their works are embodiments of ambition for innovative expression of their artistic aestheticism, the representation of their MEME that can survive the natural selection while still maintaining extremely details of expressions as seen in traditional artisan work. We hope that this exhibition will be a new opportunity to reconsider the definitions and recognition of modern calligraphy, woodblock prints, and Japanese paintings.


ARTISTS

Calligraphy and Ink Art / Gen Miyamura
Copperplate Prints / Arata Nojima
Japanese Paintings / Syoh Yoshida


CONTACTING US

If you have a enquiries about any aspect of artwork or exhibition please contact to the here one of our representatives.


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EXHIBITIONS

Copyright © Nikkei Inc.
Copyright © The Ueno Royal Museum

The 5th Kaii Higashiyama Memorial Award
for Nikkei Nihonga Grand Prize

Period: Sat, May 18, ‒ Sun, June 3, 2012
Venue: The Ueno Royal Museum, Tokyo
Open: Monday-Sunday, 10:00am–17:00pm (Admission until 30 minutes before closing.)
Closed: Open daily except otherwise noticed.
Organaizer: Nikkei Inc. / The Ueno Royal Museum
Supporter: Nippon Express
Admission: Adult: ¥800 / Student (college, university): ¥500 / Child (until highschool): free
Contact: Cultural Affairs Department, Nikkei Inc. / Voice; +81-03-6256-7393


ABOUT AWARD

The Kaii Higashiyama Memorial Award for Nikkei Nihonga Grand Prize in Honor of Kaii Higashiyama was created five years ago to honor innovative Japanese painters who are leaders in the art world of the 21st century. This award honors the achievements of Kaii Higashiyama, the great master of Japanese painting. It also aims to promote the transmission of traditional Japanese painting, with its long history, while providing opportunities to objectively reassess the works of Japanese painters. In this way, we hope to discover talented young artists who, as leaders of a new generation in the world of the arts, are dedicated to the perfection of their own art. At the 5th Kaii Higashiyama Memorial Award, all thirty works, including the grand prize winner, will be exhibited at a single venue. We hope that you will enjoy the powerful creative energy and new attractions depicted by these energetic artists, who are venturing to pioneer their own creative worlds.


ARTISTS

Yusuke Asai / Takako Azami / Yuji Ichikawa / Sohei Iwata / Naoko Ushijima / Momoe Kjioka / Tomoyuki Kanbe / Kikuchi Takehiko / Amu Kubo / Konoike Tomoko / Shinji Sasaki / Seiji Sonoke / Masako Takebe / TakeshiTanaka / Taniho Reina / Akira Nagasawa / Juri Hamada / Hayashi Koji / Reiko Bando / Hirano Kentaro / Ikuyo Hirota / Hidenori Hajima / Kumi Machida / Natsunosuke Mise / Minami Satoshi / Hiromichi Miyajima / Miki Mori / Tomoki Moriyama / Taro Yamamoto / Syoh Yoshida


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EXHIBITIONS

Art Direction, Design: Syoh Yoshida

Copyright © Syoh Yoshida, 2011

Copyright © spaceB, 2011

FANATIC MONOCHROME™
Exploration of Monochrome Expressions Through Art.

Period: Mon, Octorber 17, ‒ Sat, November 5, 2011
Venue: spaceB, Kyoto
Open: Mon - Fri, 12:00pm‒6:30pm / Sat, 12:00pm‒17:00pm
Closed: On Sundays
Organaizer: Faculty of Art and Design, Osaka Seikei University
Planner: PAINT: LAB., Faculty of Arts, Osaka Seikei University
Supporter: Imura Art Gallery
Admission: Free
Project Director and Curator: Syoh Yoshida


ABOUT spaceB

Each of the five research institutes under the Osaka Seikei University Faculty of Art and Design and Comprehensive Educational Research Center (Basic Design and Education Arts Center, Information Technology Center, Plastic Art Factory, Art Center, and Illustration Factory) has been involved in various creative and research endeavors since 2006. The Art Center has been conducting comprehensive, state-of-the-art research relating to arts, and has also been actively involved in production of art works and education of the students. We are committed to contribute to the development of our university through our research results and creative works. Our school, Faculty of Art and Design has been striving to improve culture and art by reaching out to local community, and expanding our influence both nationally and internationally. We hold unique exhibitions at the campus gallery “spaceB” . We not only exhibit works by our faculty and staff but also solicit creative works from our students. Without restricting our view to any particular genre, we exhibit a wide variety of works including those that are targeted to general audience, more contemporary, avant-garde works, and works by our students. We sponsor seminars and workshops open to the public as well.


PREFACE

This exhibition is a project by Mr. Syoh Yoshida, lecturer faculty of the Department of Fine Art, The Osaka Seikei University. As the title “FANATIC MONOCHROME™ | Exploration of Monochrome Expressions Through Art.” represents, we focus on artistic expressions using “black and white = light and shadows.” Monochrome has been used for centuries as fundamental axis of color schemes and expressions in paintings, photographs and two dimensional images. It is our hope that this exhibition can provide a new opportunity to think about the role of monochrome expressions in the history of art.


INTEGRATED THEME

Behind each work, there lies a common question, “how were monochrome expressions of art established and where are they going?” Color black that reminds us of darkness, has been associated with fear, disaster, death or mourning since ancient times. Throughout the long history of mankind, color black has been interpreted in a variety of images such as “religious aestheticism” that led to “technical innovation” in art. It was also associated with “political ideology” in certain historical period. Since after the 16th century, color black was associated with “modesty” “sternness” or “solemnity.” After the 19th century, it was actively used to create “fashion mode” and innovative “design.” As a result, the image of color black was transformed to become “aesthetically refined color.” This was also true in the world of fine arts. In each period of history, various possibilities using color black were explored with different medias. At this time, we will focus on the “2000’s” as it is the major transitional period of monochrome expressions in art. Therefore, at this exhibition, we hope to rethink the world of monochrome expressions in the eight fields selected by the creators, namely, graphics, pens, water color, calligraphy, ink painting, engraving, photography and images.


SELECTION OF WORKS

In order to symbolize the era of “2000’s” and to represent a close relation with the “changing history of monochrome expressions,” we focused on three factors; “history=sublimation of tradition,” “design =highly accomplished skills and creativity sense” and “Next generation artists = born in the 1970’s and 1980’s.” We selected the work from each genre based on these factors. The process of evaluation and selection from the perspectives of “history, design, and next generation” led us to think about the “multifaceted nature of monochrome expressions and their continuity.” As a result, we realized how fanatically people have been pursuing unique expressions through artistic creativity using black and white. Thus, we decided to call this exhibition, “FANATIC MONOCHROME”


ARTISTS

Graphics, Images / Shun Kawakami
Pens / Kei Hirokawa
Engraving / Arata Nojima
Water Color / Yoshimi Miyamoto
Calligraphy / Gen Miyamura
Photography / Ryuhei Yokoyama
Ink Painting / Syoh Yoshida


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EXHIBITIONS

Copyright © Syoh Yoshida, 2014
ÙNCLÁSSIFIABLE Key-visual by Syoh Yoshida

THE 9TH SYOH YOSHIDA’S EXHIBITION:
ÙNCLÁSSIFIABLE
Exploration of Unclassified Japanese Painting

Perface: More exhibition information coming soon.


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SYOH YOSHIDA PROFILE
ARTIST, PINTER

1984 Born in Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture, Japan.
Currently, Lives and works in Kyoto, Japan.

Graduated from Seian College of Art and Design, Department of Artcraft, majoring in Japanese paintings in 2004. Completed graduate course at Osaka Seikei University Faculty of Art and Design with emphasis on Japanese paintings in 2008. While still in college, Yoshida began to develop unique monochrome style paintings using “ink (carbon black)” and “white pure powdered pigments”(calcium carbonate)” traditionally used for Japanese paintings.

He began his professional career in 2004 and held the first solo exhibition, “Beautiful Thing” in 2006 at spaceB in Kyoto. Yoshida’s artistic engagement spans out into various fields. For example, he is a Yukata pattern designer in demand for Kawashima Selkon Textiles Company Ltd., an old kimono merchant in Kyoto with 160 years of history. In 2008, he held a solo exhibition “Night Trace” at Takashimaya department in Shijuku and “Distant Promise” at Harbor City (Hong Kong). In 2009, his 8th solo exhibition, “White Lake” (JR Osaka Mitsukoshi Isetan, Osaka, 2011) was held.

His major honors and awards include “Kyoto Artcraft Biennale – New Wave”(The Museum of Kyoto, 2007), and “11th Taro Okamoto Memorial Award for Contemporary Art” (Taro Okamoto Memorial Museum in Kawasaki, 2008). Living in Kyoto, Yoshida has been a prolific artist, who is proactively engaged in solo and group exhibits both in Japan and overseas. He is also an lecturer faculty at Osaka Seikei University Faculty of Art and Design (paintings) as of 2009.

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CV


Syoh Yoshida:

1984 Born in Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture, Japan.

Education:
2008 Postgraduate Degree in Japanese Painting, Faculty of Art & Design, Osaka Seikei University
2006 Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Japanese Painting of Faculty of Art & Design, Osaka Seikei University
2004 Associate of Arts Degree in Japanese Painting of Seian Junior College of Art & Design

Solo Exhibitions:
2015 Nagoya Matsuzakaya, Aichi, Japan (more info coming soon.)
2014 ÙNCLÁSSIFIABLE - Exploration of Unclassified Japanese Painting, Imura Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan (more info coming soon.)
2011 White Lake, JR Osaka Mitsukoshi Isetan, Osaka, Japan
2009 Insphere, Imura Art Gallery, Kyoto, Japan
2008 Distant Promise, Harbour City, Hong Kong
2008 Night Trace, Shinjuku Takashimaya, Tokyo, Japan
2007 Day full of rain, CASPER’S Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
2007 Day full of rain, Imura Art Gallery, Kyoto, Japan
2006 Dark Lake, CASPER’S Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
2006 Beautiful Thing, spaceB, Kyoto, Japan

Selected Group Exhibitions:
2014 Harbour City, Hong Kong
2014 Contemporary Japnese Ink Exhibition (Gendai-suiboku-sakka-ten), The National Art Center, Tokyo, Japan
2013 AICHI TRIENNALE Partner Ship Exhibition | MATSUZAKAYA ART SELECTION | YAMATO DYNAMICS, Nagoya Matsuzakaya, Aichi, Japan
2013 ART FAIR TOKYO 2013, Tokyo International Forum, Tokyo, Japan
2012 MEME | Genes of Culture in Art - Exploration of Tradition, Technique and Modernity in Calligraphy, Copperplate Prints, and Japanese Paintings, Shibuya Hikarie, Tokyo, Japan
2012 The 5th Kaii Higashiyama Memorial Award for Nikkei Nihonga Grand Prize, The Ueno Royal Museum, Tokyo, Japan
2011 FANATIC MONOCHROME™ - Exploration of Monochrome Expressions Through Art, spaceB, Kyoto, Japan
2011 ISETAN JAPAN SENSES, Shinjuku Isetan, Tokyo, Japan
2010 BMW ART CAR, Hanshin BMW, Osaka, Japan
2009 ART FAIR TOKYO 2009, Tokyo International Forum & TOKYO BLDG.TOKIA.GALLERIA, Tokyo, Japan
2008 The 11th Taro Okamoto Memorial Award for Contemporary Art, Taro Okamoto Museum of Art, Kanagawa, Japan
2008 The 2th Art Exchange Exhibition of the Osaka Seikei Univ. and Chung-Ang Univ., Chung-Ang Univ., Seoul, Korea
2007 The Kyoto Artcraft Biennalet - New Wave, The Museum of Kyoto, Kyoto, Japan
2006 The Kyoto Art Center Summer Vacation Program - Under the Cloud, Kyoto art center, Kyoto, Japan
2006 Osaka Seikei University and Chung-Ang University Art Exchange Exhibition, TOPOHAUS GALLERY, Seoul, Korea
2005 The Panorama Painting Exhibition, Tokushima Modern Art Museum, Tokushima, Japan
2005 Beyond the Image, GALLERY WKS, Osaka, Japan
2005 ART BEAT KYOTO 2005, Rissei school, ART ZONE, Shinpukan, Kyoto, Japan
2004 ART UNIV. 2004, Campus plaza kyoto, Kyoto, Japan
2004 CANZUME, GALLERY MARONIE, Kyoto, Japan
2004 ALTERNATIVE MOOD OF YUZEN, Kyoto art center, Kyoto, Japan
2004 B-port, spaceB, Kyoto, Japan

Awards:
2012 The 5th Kaii Higashiyama Memorial Award for Nikkei Nihonga Grand Prize, Finalist (Award Announced on April 30, 2012)
2009 The 4th Japan Web Designers Association - Web Design Award, Finalist
2007 The 11th Taro Okamoto Memorial Award for Contemporary Art, Finalist
2006 The Kyoto Artcraft Biennale – New Wave, Finalist
2005 InterMedia Research Center, Osaka Seikei University - Student Exhibition Plan Competition 2006, WINNER

Private/Public Collections:
1223 GENDAIKAIGA - Contemporary Painting Collection, Tokyo, Japan
TAKAHASHI COLLECTION - Contemporary Art Collection, Tokyo, Japan

Lectures:
2011 FANATIC MONOCHROME™ - Exploration of Monochrome Expressions Through Art, spaceB, Kyoto, Japan
2011 Creative Conference, Nit west Vol.5, Theme: MONOCHROME, Hotel Anteroom Kyoto, Kyoto, Japan
2009-Present, Lecturer in the Faculty of Arts and Design, Osaka Seikei University
2008 Current activity and the future prospects, Faculty of Art & Design, Osaka Seikei University, Kyoto, Japan
2008 About the production process of the painting, Harbour City, Hong Kong
2008 About an exhibition work and the future prospects, Taro Okamoto Museum of Art, Kanagawa, Japan
2007 About an exhibition work and the future prospects, Kyoto culture museum, Kyoto, Japan
2006 About the production process of the painting, Kyoto art center, Kyoto, Japan
2005 About the production process of the painting, Tokushima Modern Art Museum, Tokushima, Japan

Media:
2014 Gekkan Suibokuga (Monthly Ink Painting Magazin)/Feature articles/Front line of the Ink painting/pp.62-63/Kei Tatejima (Sato International Cultural Scholarship Foundation, The Sato Museum of Art)/U-CAN Inc. (Japan)
2013 Artcollectors (MonthlyMagazin)/exhibition guide/MATSUZAKAYA ART SELECTION/p.78/Seikatuno Tomosha (Japan)
2012 HITSPAPERTM (WebMagazin)/Art & Design - Feature articles/MEME | Genes of Culture in Art - Exploration of Tradition, Technique and Modernity in Calligraphy, Copperplate Prints, and Japanese Paintings/HITSME INC. (Japan)
2012 Nikkei Shimbun (DailyNewsPaper)/Feature articles/Finalists Announced forThe 5th Kaii Higashiyama Memorial Award for Nikkei Nihonga Grand Prize/NIKKEI INC. (Japan)
2011 artscape (WebMagazin)/Exhibition Review/FANATIC MONOCHROME/Chiho Sakai/DAI NIPPON PRINTING Co., Ltd. (Japan)
2011 Asahi Shimbun A+1 (DailyNewsPaper)/Exhibition guide/FANATIC MONOCHROME/Asahi Shimbun (Japan)
2011 HITSPAPER™ (WebMagazin)/Art & Design - Feature articles/FANATIC MONOCHROME/HITSPAPER INC. (Japan)
2011 Web Designing (MonthlyMagazin)/Feature articles/Web Designers Workstyle/Keigo Mohri/pp.94-95/
Mainichi Communications Inc. (Japan)
2011 OPENERS (WebMagazin)/Feature articles/ISETAN JAPAN SENSE/Nanayou Limited.
2011 artscape (WebMagazin)/Feature articles/In 2011, Vision of Arts/Chio Sakai/DAI NIPPON PRINTING Co., Ltd. (Japan)
2009 Shumi-no-Suibokuga (MonthlyMagazin)/Feature articles/p.92/U-CAN Inc. (Japan)
2009 KUNST Magazin Berlin (MonthlyMagazin)/Feature articles/Lost in Translation? - The Experience of a Western Art Collector in the Japanese Art Market./Steffi Weiss/pp.7-11/KUNST Magazin Berlin (Germany)
2009 LOHAS (MonthlyMagazin)/Feature articles/The Beauty of Contrasts/Ella Sun/pp.145-147/LOHAS /Modern Media (Chaina)
2008 Grateful Heart (No,13/MonthlyMagazin)/Feature articles/Promise of Future/Jeremy Yuen/p.134/Grateful Heart-Wonderful Grace Magnzine (Hong Kong)
2008 needs (Vol.17/FreePaper)/Exhibition guide/Sonia Cheung/Concierge Co.,Ltd. (Hong Kong)
2008 21st Century Business Herald (DailyNewsPaper)/Feature articles/Distant Promise/21st Century Business Herald Co.,Ltd. (Chaina)
2008 HongKong Nave (WebMagazin)/Exhibition guide/Yuka Tkazaki/Hong Kong Navi Co.,Ltd. (Hong Kong)
2008 Rayli (WebMagazin)/Feature articles/Distant Promise/Sunli/Rayli Co.,Ltd. (Chaina)
2008 Artcollector (No,314/MonthlyMagazin)/exhibition guide/p.90/Seikatuno Tomosha (Japan)
2008 Live Arts (WebMagazin)/BEAUTIFUL PAINTINGS/LIVE ARTS LTD. (Japan)
2008 Taro Okamoto Memorial Award for Contemporary Art 2008 /exhibition catalogue/P.5/Taro Okamoto Museum of Art (Japan)
2008 The 2th Art Exchange Exhibition of the Osaka Seikei Univ. and Chung-Ang Univ. /exhibition catalogue/P.15/Seoul Chung-Ang University (Korea)
2007 Yomiuri Shimbun (DailyNewsPaper)/Day full of rain/exhibition guide/Yomiuri Shimbun (Japan)
2007 City Living (Vol.364/FreePaper)/Pick Up Art/Kyoto Living Shimbun Inc. (Japan)
2007 Bijutunomado (MonthlyMagazin)/exhibition guide/P.168/Seikatuno Tomosha (Japan)
2007 Kyoto Art and Crafts New Star Selection 2007 /exhibition catalogue/p.10, pp.44-45/Kyoto culture museum (Japan)
2007 The Outlook Magazin (No,54/MonthlyMagazin)/England Cheng/pp.116-117/Modern Media (Hong-Kong)
2006 B# (Vol.3/exhibition catalogue)/Beautiful Thing/Syoh Yoshida/pp.74-79/spaceB by InterMedia Research Center (Japan)
2006 artscape (WebMagazin)/Under the Cloud/Hisako Hara/art scape (Japan)
2006 Kyoto Shimbun (DailyNewsPaper)/Under the Cloud/Ootagaki Minoru/Kyoto Shimbun (Japan)
2006 WAVE (No.9/FreePaper)/neccssary black/Kanou Junko/WAVE (Japan)
2006 Soup. (MonthlyMagazin)/Yukata & Natukimono Kikonashi BOOK 2006/Second page gravure, model: Aoi Miyazaki/p.2/Index Communications Corporation (Japan)
2006 PEELER (WebMagazin)/Beautiful Thing/Kusaki Mali/PEELER (Japan)
2006 The Art Exchange Exhibition of the Osaka Seikei Univ. and Chung-Ang Univ./exhibition catalogue/p.7/TOPOHAUS GALLERY (Korea)
2006 B# (The first issue/Exhibition catalogue)/B-port/Kyoko Shiota,Kusaki Mali/pp.128-135/spaceB by InterMedia Research Center (Japan)
2006 ART UNIV. 2004 (Exhibition catalogue)/p.22/Consoryium kyoto (Japan)
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MEDIA
INTERVIEW WITH SYOH YOSHIDA

Gekkan Suibokuga (Monthly Ink Painting Magazin)
Feature articles: Front line of the Ink painting
Interviewer: Kei Tatejima (Sato International Cultural Scholarship Foundation, The Sato Museum of Art)
pp.62-63
U-CAN Inc., Japan


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MEDIA
INTERVIEW WITH SYOH YOSHIDA

LOHAS
Feature articles: The Beauty of Contrasts
Interviewer: Ella Sun (Modern Media)
pp.145-147
Modern Media, Chaina


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MEDIA
RELATED TEXT

KUNST Magazin
0905
Feature articles: Lost in Translation? - The Experience of a Western Art Collector in the Japanese Art Market.
Interviewer: Steffi Weiss
pp.7-11
KUNST Magazin, Berlin, Germany


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MEDIA
INTERVIEW WITH SYOH YOSHIDA

Grateful Heart
Feature articles: Promise of Future
Interviewer: Jeremy Yuen
p.134
Grateful Heart, Wonderful Grace Magnzine, Hong Kong


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MEDIA
INTERVIEW WITH SYOH YOSHIDA

The Outlook Magazine
No,54
Feature articles: Life Experience - Go for Art.
Interviewer: England Cheng (Modern Media)
pp.116-117
Modern Media, Chaina


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CONTACT LIST

If you have a enquiries about any aspect of artwork please contact to the following one of our representatives.


For art & design work enquiries:

SYOH YOSHIDA
E-mail: Syoh Yoshida | Art Director, Artist, Painter
Address: Suite 205, 2/F., 2-12-1 Kotari, Nagaokakyo-shi, Kyoto, 617-0833, Japan


For artwork sales enquiries:

K.K. Imura Art Gallery
E-mail: Aki Miyake
Voice: +81-75-761-7372
Website: www.imuraart.com
Open: Tuesday–Saturday, 12pm–20pm, EST
Address: 31, Kawabata Higashi Marutamachi, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto, 606-8395, Japan


Harbour City Estates Limited
E-mail: Norma Y.T. Tang | Marketing & Art Development Officer
Voice: +852-2118-8008
Website: www.harbourcity.com.hk
Open: Monday-Sunday, 10am–10pm, EST
Address: Suite 812, 8/F., Tower 6, The Gateway, Harbour City, 3-27 Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong


Gallery by The Harbour
Website: www.harbourcity.com.hk
Open: Monday-Sunday, 10am–10pm, EST
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