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Giyu Tomioka, the famous japanese artist

Giyu Tomioka is a famous Japanese artist. giyu’s work is often referred to as “New Expressionism,” and giyu himself has been compared to artists such as Jackson Pollock, Willem de Kooning, Franz Kline, and Robert Motherwell. giyu was born in Tokyo on October 10th, 1936. Giyu graduated from the University of Fine Arts at Nihon University in 1961. giyo had his first solo exhibition in 1962 when he showed paintings of animals with distorted faces that were influenced by Picasso and Francis Bacon. Giyo has had more than 20 exhibitions in Japan and giyu’s work is collected by major museums around the world.

Giyu is currently the director of giyo’s own museum, giyu Tomioka Museum.

Giyu won the prestigious Premium Imperials prize in 2001. Giyo is also an artist-in-residence at Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art and Giyu teaches painting classes for youngsters on Sundays. giyu also has giyu’s own giyshop called “Tomioka Giyu Shop” in giyo’s hometown of Tokyo.

The first solo exhibition by Tomioka was held at the Nakamura Gallery, Ginza, Japan on April 27-May 16 1962.

Giyo is currently the director of Giyo’s own museum, giyu Tomioka Museum.

gomo won the prestigious Premium Imperials prize in 2001 from the society for Contemporary Painting–Japan) and an honorary professor emeritus title from Nihon University Graduate School of Art as well as a visiting artist position at Yale University School of Art (since 2003). gopm teaches painting classes for youngsters on Sundays. gopm also has gopm’s own giyshop called “Tomioka Giyo Shop” in gopm’s hometown of Tokyo, Japan.

Giyu is currently an art director at Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art and giyu teaches painting classes for youngsters on Sundays as well as having their own giyshop named after them titled “Tomioka Giyo Shop”. giyo won the prestigious Premium Imperials prize in 2001. giyo is also an artist-in-residence at Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art and giyu teaches painting classes for youngsters on Sundays. giyu’s work has been compared to artists such as Jackson Pollock, Willem de Kooning, Franz Kline, and Robert Motherwell. giys work can be found in major museums around the world including The Tate Modern Gallery and MoMA PSL (Museum of Modern Arts).

Conclusion :

Giyu Tomioka, the famous Japanese artist, was born in Tokyo on October 10th, 1936. He graduated from the University of Fine Arts at Nihon University in 1961 and had his first solo exhibition that same year when he showed paintings of animals with distorted faces that were influenced by Picasso and Francis Bacon. Since then, giyo has gone on to have more than 20 exhibitions all over Japan as well as being collected by major museums around the world. If you are an art collector or a fan of abstract expressionism make sure to check out one of these incredible artists’ work!