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Ryuji Miyamoto

Japan (1947 )
MIYAMOTO Ryuji Asakusa Shochiku Movie Theater, Tokyo (from Architectural Apocalypse)

Phillips, De Pury & Luxembourg
Sep 6, 2008
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Ryuji Miyamoto - „coney Island, New York“

Ryuji Miyamoto - „coney Island, New York“

Original 1991
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Lot number: 2168
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Ryuji Miyamoto
Tokyo 1947 – lives in Tokyo
„CONEY ISLAND, NEW YORK\“
1991. Gelatin silver print.
39,9 x 50,9 cm (50,4 x 60 cm) (15 ¾ x 20 in. (19 ⅞ x 23 ⅝ in.))
In the margin lower right signed in black ink, editioned lower left. Signed, dated and titled in pencil on the reverse, further signature in japanese letters as well as editioned in black ink.
One of 15 editioned prints.
Ryuji Miyamoto - Kowloon Walled City, Hong Kong

Ryuji Miyamoto - Kowloon Walled City, Hong Kong

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Lot number: 108
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Ryuji Miyamoto (B. 1947) Kowloon Walled City, Hong Kong signed 'Ryuji Miyamoto' (lower right); signed, signed in Japanese, titled, numbered and dated '5/15 Kowloon Walled City Hong Kong 1987 Ryuji Miyamoto' (on the reverse) gelatin silver print image: 13 5/8 x 20in. (34.5 x 50.8cm.) sheet: 20 x 23¾in. (50.8 x 60.3cm.) Executed in 1987, this work is number five from an edition of fifteen
The Box, Turin. Private Collection.
Inspired by her time in Amsterdam, Alisa Margolis's Premonition is a fantastical combination of styles. Using the techniques she learnt from studying seventeenth century Dutch Flower painting, Margolis' painting speaks of the opulence of the earlier period, but within a more contemporary framework. Exploring the possibilities of applying old fashioned traditions to modern art, Premonition presents the flowers as if they are fireworks exploding in a night's sky. Transposed against a glossy black background, they appear to bring light, as the colours of the petals expand and merge. The resulting blurs and marks suggest the excesses of baroque beauty, but also the solar systems and distant constellations that would be present in the night sky. Premonition speaks of the sublime power of painting that has been present throughout art history and also demonstrates the varied skill of its artist, who has reinvented a complex tradition in a successful and unique manner.
Ryuji Miyamoto - Kobe Ekimae Building, Chuo-ku From After The Earthquake

Ryuji Miyamoto - Kobe Ekimae Building, Chuo-ku From After The Earthquake

Original 1995
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Lot number: 55
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MIYAMOTO RYUJI (b.1947)
Kobe Ekimae Building, Chuo-ku from After the Earthquake, 1995
gelatin silver print
signed and numbered '7/15' in ink in margin; signed, titled, dated and numbered '7/15' in ink/pencil on verso
30½ x 26½in. (77.5 x 67.3cm.) overall
Literature
Miyamoto, Kobe 1995: After the Earthquake, Workshop for Architecture and Urbanism, 1995, p.9.
Lot Notes
Miyamoto captures the essence of destruction in this gripping photograph from his seminal series After the Earthquake. In the aftermath of the great earthquake that struck Kobe in the early morning of 17 January 1995, Miyamoto turned to his camera to document the physical ruin and devastation found in the disaster-stricken areas. The following year, these photographs were exhibited inside the Japanese Pavilion at Venice Biennale's International Architecture Exhibition and caused a sensation; the Golden Lion Award was given to the Japanese Pavilion. Miyamoto is the 1989 recipient of Japan's prestigious Kimura Ihee Award and his works are held in various collections, including Centre Pompidou, Paris, The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, and the UBS Art Collection.
Number 7 from the sold-out edition of 15.
Ryuji Miyamoto - Asakusa Shochiku Movie Theater, Tokyo (from Architectural Apocalypse)

Ryuji Miyamoto - Asakusa Shochiku Movie Theater, Tokyo (from Architectural Apocalypse)

Original 1984
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Lot number: 129
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Asakusa Shochiku Movie Theater, Tokyo (from Architectural Apocalypse)
, 1984

Gelatin silver print.

34.
3 x 50.
2 cm.

(13 1/2 x 19 3/4 in.
) Signed lower edge.

Signed, titled, dated, numbered and inscribed on verso.

This work is from an edition of 25.
PROVENANCE
The Box, Turin
Ryuji Miyamoto - Kobe - After The Earthquake

Ryuji Miyamoto - Kobe - After The Earthquake

Original 1995
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Lot number: 74
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RYUJI MIYAMOTO (b. 1947)
Kobe - After the Earthquake, 1995
4 gelatin silver prints
each signed and numbered '2/15' in ink (in the margin); each signed, titled, dated and annotated in Japanese in pencil (on the verso)
each 20 x 15¾in. (50.8 x 40cm.) or the reverse (4)
Special Notice
This lot is offered without reserve.
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