Ushio ShinoharaArtist Ushio Shinohara
work was part of a traveling exhibition that was sponsored by MoMA, Museum of Modern Art in New York.

Ushio Shinohara Gallery

Ushio Shinohara art

Ushio Shinohara art

Ushio Shinohara art

Ushio Shinohara art

Ushio Shinohara art

Ushio Shinohara

Ushio Shinohara

Throughout Ushio Shinohara career he tried not to abandon his image and a sense of where he came from. He is an important artist in Japanese as well as American culture. His art is powerful, exciting, expressive and unforgettable.

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Photographer Tomatsu Shomei was one of the strongest influences on his art. Shomei was a Japanese photographer who studied at Aichi University.

He took photos for Japanese photography magazines that were controversial and showed contemporary images. Shinohara was also influenced by Hollywood culture, comic books and the culture of jazz. He created works of art that were very expressionistic and was very interested in making avant-garde work. The ‘goal’ of avante-garde artists was to make art that was new and experimental, they had to do with the ‘now’ and reflected art, culture and politics.

Moma

In 1990 Ushio Shinohara work was part of a traveling exhibition that was sponsored by MoMA, Museum of Modern Art in New York. Also his boxing painting and motorcycle sculptures were a part of an exhibition at MoMA from September 17 through November 6 2005.
Throughout Ushio Shinohara career he tried not to abandon his image and a sense of where he came from. He is an important artist in Japanese as well as American culture. His art is powerful, exciting, expressive and unforgettable.



Ushio Shinohara