“MYO(STRANGE)”

When 4 Dec 2012 - 15 Dec 2012
Where Gallery Onetwentyeight
128 Rivington Street
New York, NY 10002
United States
Enquiry 212.674.0244

Sotaro Yamamoto, "MOGAKU (Struggle)", ink on paper, 11.75x16.5 in. Image courtesy of the artist

December 4 – 15 2012

Opening Reception: Tuesday, December 4 2012, 6-8pm

Press Release:

“Nice to meet you. My name is Sotaro Yamamoto. I was born in 1949 and grew up in a small town of
Nishio city, Aichi prefecture which is in the middle of Japan as you can see on the map. By luck in this year I
managed to have a solo show at Gallery Onetwentyeight. I majored in design at the art department of
Nippon University. Upon my graduation, I was employed by a commercial design company. Seven years
ago, I left the company, and became a free person to concentrate on painting and illustration. Last year, I
took a trip to Katmandu, Nepal to sketch. After I returned to Japan in Spring, I made a solo show of these
sketches and I worked on ideas I kept alive for years. Fortunately I now have this opportunity to show them
in New York.

The theme of the show is ‘MYO’ …Strange People. They are ink on paper.

I have been dreaming of New York. My wish that someday I could make a solo show there has become
stronger and stronger. My dream came true this time. I thank all the people who helped to realize this show
including the owner of Gallery Onetwentyeight, Kazuko Miyamoto.”

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