Gallery CLUB in Tokyo presents the work of David Hockney and Heihiro Fukuda "Meeting two colorists". The exhibition tells about the similarities of the famous colorist artists of this century. The authors depicted the reality of nature as a bold composition of color fields, which turns their figurative paintings into almost abstract works. This shift of consciousness from object to color can change our worldview. The exhibition emphasizes the dialogue between Eastern and Western aesthetics, comparing drawings Hockney from the series "Suite Yosemite" with six masterpieces of Fukuda, including "Blue Flags".
David Hockney is an English artist. Born in 1937, studied at Bradford College of Art, then graduated from the Royal College of Art. The most expensive living artist in the world. His works are in museum collections such as the British Museum, the Museum of Modern Art in New York and the Metropolitan Museum.
Heihiro Fukuda (1892 - 1974) was born in the Japanese prefecture of Oita. After studying at the Kyoto City Art School, he graduated from the Kyoto College of Fine Arts. Cavalier of the Order of Culture. His works are in such museum collections as the Oita Art Museum, the City Museum of Contemporary Art in Osaka, the National Museum of Contemporary Art in Kyoto, the National Museum of Contemporary Art in Tokyo, and the Museum of Art Yamatan.