Yutaka Mori

Tokio, 1988

Yutaka Mori (Tokyo, 1988)

Yutaka Mori begins to work investigating in different supports such as paper, wood, canvas, until he is completely immersed in creating unique works in which at the beginning only plastic beauty attracts you, but in which the artist creates something much more complex by mixing architecture, painting, sculpture, mathematics and even music.

Unknown to a majority, Yutaka has achieved a work of extraordinary visual delicacy. Through colour and paper he plays with the perception of the piece, forcing the viewer to approach and move around the work to capture all its essence. Creator of some pieces that are delicate in their conception and of great aesthetic quality in their resolution. With an evident influence of the Japanese paper and all the importance that it has in the oriental culture, Yutaka creates some works in which the colour is at the mercy of the perception of the one who looks at it according to its proximity or distance to the piece. Different planes of paper that provoke a vision interfered with the colour, being his pieces dynamic and very optical, but loaded with an important visual poetics, far beyond the simple perceptive game.

Since 2015 Yutaka Mori starts to work exclusively for the Gema Llamazares Gallery, from this moment on, the success is so overwhelming that his career takes off in a meteoric way including his name in important exhibitions, international fairs and becoming part of prestigious public and private collections.

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