Kumi Yamashita

New York based Yamashita is a fine artist in love with craft, pattern and everyday materials. The overall effect of the work is one of emergence. There is also the prismatic, spiritual quality of a complex form nested within a simpler one, revealed by a particular perspective or light. Of interest is a portrait of Samuel Beckett. There are many comparisons, not the least of which is Beckett’s desire for personal anonymity and the absence of identifying pronouns on Yamashita’s site. . Check his?/her? work out: here.


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