Yoshimasa Tsuchiya CYOUYOU
2005/9/9 - 9/30
Tsuchiya's chrysanthemum slowly engrave the passing of time, as his deer quietly reflects the soft blue of the lake in its eyes.
Artificial breeding has been common in Japan for generations. The new breed was either celebrated and established, or forgotten and lost in history.
Inspired by this tradition, Tsuchiya depicts these creatures of awkward fate and unnatural physique, not with sympathy, but as superior beings, sneering in ridicule at human ignorance.