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Shingo Yoshida

Country(activity based):
Germany
Genre:
Visual Art

Profile

Shingo Yoshida received his MA with highest honors from Ecole Nationale Supérieure d'Art, Villa Arson in Nice France in 2004 and was the 2007 recipient Post-graduate diploma - Program La Seine of Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts de Paris.
He has completed residencies at Villa Arson Nice France - Centre National d'Art Contemporain 2013 and awarded the Fellowship of Overseas Study Programme for Artists by the Agency for Cultural Affairs by the Japanese Government 2013. The Prize of the Film Competition 2015 Winner of Festival "POLARIZED - MAGNEETTI" in FINLAND.
2015, He realized the project at the Northeastern Extremity in the part of the Russian Siberia.
And at the Polar circle crosses the inter- national date line - the 180th meridian which divides the world in Russia Siberia.
Production Cooperation
with "Ida Ruchina" the director of the Red Cross of Chukotka" and "Beringia National Park"
His work has been shown at work in the following exhibitions, among others:
No Man's Land (French Embassy, Tokyo 2009)
Palais de Tokyo (Paris, France, 2007,2012)
Based in Berlin ( Berlin, Germany 2011)
Maison de l'Amérique latine (Paris, France 2012)
Museo de Arte Contemporáneo MAC (Santiago, Chile 2012)
66th Festival de Cannes court métrage (Cannes, France 2012)
Arte tv Creative (France-Germany 2013)
Villa Arson Nice Centre National d'Art Contemporain (Nice, France 2013)
60th International Short Film Festival Oberhausen, (Germany 2014)

About works / performance

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Voyage au centre de la terre
2014 / 90x60cm / C print

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Spectral
2013 / 90x160cm / C print

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spirals
2014 / 594×841mm / A1 poster

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The end of day and beginning of the world#1
2015 / 90x60cm / C print

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The end of day and beginning of the world#2
2015 / 90x60cm / C print

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The end of day and beginning of the world#
3
2015 / 90x60cm / C print

Comment

Yoshida considers the world his studio and therefore a place of constant creation. Travelling around the globe, he finds myths, legends, people and places which are easily over looked and matches them to his creative micro world. With an aesthetic gaze and the most fanciful understanding of life. Yoshida enacts as if he was playing Hide and Seek in the world alone: while hiding himself he seeks the hidden.
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