Sako Yachiyo. Pot à thé, chat qui saute et nuage perdu.

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Bernard Crespin, Sako Yachiyo. Pot à thé, chat qui saute et nuage perdu, Paris, Éditions Lord Byron, 2021

1st edition
Edition of 200 numbered copies
An original artwork by Sako Yachiyo is included in the first 30 copies
Hard cover, 21 x 28 cm, 64 pages
Bilingual edition: French, English
Translated from French by Jeremy Harrison
ISBN: 978-2-491901-17-2

Sako Yachiyo. Pot à thé, chat qui saute et nuage perdu is the catalog published for the exhibition “Sako Yachiyo. Pot à thé, chat qui saute et nuage perdu” at the Galerie Henri Chartier in Lyon (FR) from September 30 to November 13, 2021.

Born in Hiroshima in 1953, SAKO Yachiyo moved to France in 1979. She lives and works in Paris. A graduate of the Joshibi University of Art and Design in Tokyo, she also studied at the École des Beaux-Arts in Aix-en-Provence and at the École Nationale Supérieure d'Art et d'Architecture in Marseille. . From Japan to France, the Japanese artist’s work has been the subject of nearly 20 personal exhibitions since 1987.

“Under an appearance of simple and naive spontaneity, we are dealing with both a learned and popular art, which was also, as we have said, that of Hokusai, but which above all joins, through its humor, that of the Japanese Zen Buddhist monks of the Edo period, and perhaps the first of them: Sengai Gibon ”(Bernard Crespin)

Born in 1945, Bernard Crespin is a painter and exhibition curator. With the artist Myriam Bucquoit, he created the DIX291 gallery in Paris in 2007. Independent space and meeting place for artists, art lovers and the general public, DIX291 was inspired by the spirit of the mythical gallery "291", opened by Alfred Stieglitz in New York in 1905 and which was, until 1917, a true laboratory of the photographic and pictorial avant-garde of the time. For 12 years, the two artists presented in their gallery works from their collection, their personal production, as well as artists - famous or not, missing or alive, young or old, French or foreign - whom they recognized and shared. aspirations.