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2008, Unique edition
Oil on Canvas
40 3/5 × 78 7/10 in – 103 × 200 cm
The artwork is signed by the Artist on verso of the canvas & stamped with the logo of the Artist’s Studio on verso of the canvas

serie “Rhythms of the Retina : Manga Perspectives”


In the ethereal realm of artistry, Yoshihiro Fujita, a luminary in the realm of Japanese contemporary art, embarked on a journey that transcended traditional boundaries. His series, “Rhythms of the Retina: Manga Perspectives,” unfolded as a mesmerizing narrative, each canvas a unique chapter in an evocative visual saga.

Fujita’s choice to focus exclusively on Manga eyes served as a creative declaration, an exploration of the profound stories that lie within the expressive gazes of characters often confined to the pages of comics. The series became a manifestation of the artist’s keen perception and mastery, an ode to the rhythmic pulse that beats within the retina of Manga characters.

The first canvas in this enchanting series drew viewers into a kaleidoscope of glances, where each pair of eyes whispered tales of adventure, love, and melancholy. Fujita, with meticulous strokes, captured the essence of Manga aesthetics, each eye a portal to a world of infinite possibilities.

As the series progressed, the eyes depicted an intricate dance, a rhythmic choreography that resonated with the soul. Fujita’s mastery of color and form rendered the eyes not as mere elements on a canvas but as living, breathing conduits of emotion. With each stroke, he unveiled the veiled glances of characters that transcended cultural boundaries, inviting a global audience to decode the universal language of expression.

The canvas titled “504170” showcased the artist’s ability to create a mirage of emotions through the careful interplay of light and shadow. The eyes, seemingly elusive and otherworldly, beckoned viewers into a dreamscape where reality merged seamlessly with the fantastical.

“254123” another masterpiece in the series, delved into the introspective realm of the characters’ eyes. Fujita’s skillful portrayal conveyed not just the external expressions but delved into the internal landscapes, exploring the depths of the soul with every brushstroke.

The final installment, a culmination of the artist’s exploration, was a symphony of perspectives — “354122” Here, Fujita orchestrated a harmonious blend of eyes, each singing a unique melody, yet collectively contributing to a resonant chorus that echoed across cultural boundaries.

“Rhythms of the Retina: Manga Perspectives” became more than a series; it became a cultural bridge, connecting individuals through the shared language of expression. Yoshihiro Fujita, through his mastery of form and emotion, invited the world to witness the profound narratives that unfold within the rhythmic cadence of Manga eyes, leaving an indelible mark on the canvas of global art appreciation.

Yoshihiro Fujita’s artistic journey is not only painted on canvas but intricately woven into the very fabric of the titles he bestows upon his series, notably the captivating “Rhythms of the Retina: Manga Perspectives.” Within this series, the brevity of the titles becomes an artistic device, adding a layer of intrigue and nuance to the overarching narrative.

The six-character titles, seemingly concise, act as portals into the intricate universe of Fujita’s creation. Each title becomes an enigmatic marker, a succinct representation that beckons viewers to explore the visual tapestry he has meticulously crafted. These titles are more than mere labels; they are linguistic brushstrokes that guide the audience through the rhythm and resonance embedded in each canvas.

As if composing a visual symphony, Fujita carefully selects words of precisely six characters for his titles, creating a subtle harmony between the visual and the linguistic elements of his art. This deliberate choice mirrors the rhythmic cadence inherent in Manga, where every stroke of the pen contributes to a larger narrative. The titles, like musical notes, become part of a harmonious composition that resonates with the emotions encapsulated within the gaze of Manga eyes.

The brevity of these titles acts as a form of artistic minimalism, leaving room for interpretation and encouraging viewers to engage actively with the visual narrative. By distilling the essence of each piece into six characters, Fujita prompts a contemplative dialogue between the viewer and the artwork, inviting them to decipher the enigma encapsulated within the gaze and to unravel the complexities of emotions expressed.

In this way, the six-character titles become integral to the storytelling process, not merely as identifiers but as evocative triggers that stimulate curiosity. Fujita, with his adept use of language and visual artistry, extends an invitation to the audience: to step beyond the surface and engage in a deeper exploration of the Manga perspectives he presents, where every character in the title echoes the rhythm of emotions pulsating within the retina of his captivating creations.