Samiro Yunoki is a dyeing artist, an educator, an artist, and an artist. We approach the charm that continues to be dynamic even now. Samiro Yunoki, the culmination of his 100th birthday.
Samiro Yunoki is a dyer, craftsman, educator, designer, artist, and expressionist. The exhibition catalog consists of the multifaceted face (artist), the expression (work) created by fusing each element, and the creative process (education) at Joshibi.
While taking up the distinctive themes of Yuzuki’s work, we will explore his diverse ways of life and production over the course of his 100 years of life, as well as the charm that continues to thrive even today.
A culmination of about 150 works by Samiro Yunoki, including dyeing, stencil dyeing, glass painting, binding from the 1950s to the 2000s, artwork for Ace Hotel Kyoto, which will open in 2020, and the latest collaboration products with IDEE. A book that can be said.
- Release Date:
- November, 2022
Dyeing artist / artist. Born in Tokyo in 1922. In 1942, he entered the Department of Aesthetics and Art History, Faculty of Letters, Tokyo Imperial University. In 1946, he worked at the Ohara Museum of Art in Okayama Prefecture, met Soetsu Yanagi’s “Mingei”, and studied under Keisuke Serizawa to become a dyer. She was a professor at Joshibi University of Art and Design in 1972 and president since 1987. In addition to dyeing, she produces and presents various works such as prints, dolls, and picture books. She holds exhibitions at public museums in Japan as well as at the Guimet Oriental Museum in France.