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2023 Cry Cry Shine Shine - A Solo Exhibition by Artist Yoskay Yamamoto at GR2 Gallery (Nov 11-28, 2023)NEW

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2023 Cry Cry Shine Shine - A Solo Exhibition by Artist Yoskay Yamamoto at GR2 Gallery (Nov 11-28, 2023)
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Date: Tuesday, 28 November, 2023       Time: 10:00 am
Giant Robot 2 Gallery, Sawtelle Japantown
2062 Sawtelle Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90025
(310) 478-1819
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Map of Giant Robot 2 Gallery, Sawtelle Japantown, 2062 Sawtelle Blvd.

Cry Cry Shine Shine is a solo exhibition by artist Yoskay Yamamoto at GR2 Gallery.

Art goes live online at 12 noon PT on 11/11/23.

Exhibition Dates 
November 11 - 28, 2023

2 Giant Robot Locations
• Giant Robot Store, 2015 Sawtelle Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90025
Open Tuesday - Sunday for walk-in. 12:00 Noon - 6:00 pm. Closed Mondays.

• GR2 Gallery, 2062 Sawtelle Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90025

About Yoskay Yamamoto 
Yoskay Yamamoto is a contemporary Japanese artist known for his unique blend of traditional and modern artistic elements. Born in Tottori, Japan, he later moved to the United States, where he currently resides and works. Yamamoto's art often combines elements of his Japanese heritage with Western influences, creating a fusion that reflects his multicultural experiences.

His work spans various mediums, including paintings, sculptures, and installations. Yamamoto's style is characterized by a dreamlike quality, with whimsical and fantastical elements. He often explores themes of identity, cultural hybridity, and the human experience, infusing his pieces with emotional depth and introspection.

Yamamoto's artistic approach frequently incorporates a mix of traditional techniques and contemporary aesthetics. His creations often feature intricate details, vibrant colors, and a sense of playfulness. He has gained recognition for his ability to convey both personal narratives and universal themes through his art.

Yoskay Yamamoto has exhibited his work in solo and group shows internationally, and his pieces are part of various private and public collections. His art continues to captivate audiences with its evocative storytelling and cross-cultural resonance.


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