A person who sifts the Mino. (Part 2)


Those who get along from the second part
First partI would be grateful if you could see it.

By the way, as soon as possible, sasquatchFabrix.
I would like to touch on the theme of this season.

22-23AW's theme "Take care of workers"
Collaboration items with Kenji Suzuki, the long -awaited brand of the brand, are lined up.

Kenji Suzuki (1906-1987) Outline
Kenji Suzuki (1906-1987), who drew the people of Ichii lively, rushed through the difficult era of printmakers, sculptors, and manga artists.
The good and avant -garde modeling shows a presence in modern art history.
Kenji Suzuki, who was born in Tochigi -cho, Shimotoshiga -gun, Tochigi Prefecture (now Tochigi -shi) and later performed a post -war print movement in the northern Kanto Kanto
After entering the sculpture department of Tokyo Art School (currently Tokyo University of the Arts) in 1925, I was enthusiastic about the proletarian art movement.
Manga and sketches showed a talented person.

After returning to Tochigi around the end of 1932, I worked as a sculptor.
Eventually, he became a member of the Third Subcommittee, and has been trying to challenge various fields, such as crafts and etching production.

After World War II, many woodcuts involved in social movements were produced.
Not only in Japan, but also in China and the former Soviet Union, he worked in international expansion.
With the strong print prints, we sought peace and continued to stand on the side of the people who lived hard.

Sometimes, while being tossed by the waves of the times, a warm gaze to people living in rural areas and the workers in the city for a lifetime.
And an artist who continued to capture the cheerful children.
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First of all, let me clear here
I have an opinion that conflicts with the proletarian art movement.

The artistic philosophy, which has been called ethnic romanticism for a while, has been very good for the recent momentum.
I feel like it's matched.
The ethnic romanticism is specifically an idea that rose in Europe in the 18th century in the 18th century.
Until then, everyone was based on Greek mythology,
I left a work based on the Bible in an easy -to -understand manner.
Rather, it's a movement to make a work based on the story of our ethnic groups.
If you're a Germanician, it's a song of Nibergen.
If it's a Celtic, it's a legend of Celtic
Also, the nuances are a little different
The rediscovering of Primivary Art is also performed at the milestone of the times.
It is a famous story that Picasso collected African sculptures and was inspired by it.
A work that reflects more ethnic roots. It is a movement to sublimate into our art.


The Language of Beauty in African Art

The Language of Beauty in African Art

A Japanese -like work that we say
I have to reconsider the value and convey it.

That is the idea.
In that sense, it is very meaningful that Susque drops Kenji Suzuki's work into fashion and sublimates.
I really think so.

However, what I want to define here is Kenji Suzuki's personal opinion in the work itself.

I think the expression of chaos is appropriate for the 20th century art.
Each industry has developed due to two major wars, the digital revolution, and the remarkable development of science and technology.
The world has changed rapidly.
In the turbulent era, the change in values ​​is remarkable
It is dangerous to divide a genre for a single artist.
It is dangerous, but the proletarian art movement that Kenji Suzuki was inclined here.
It is classified here for policy art.
What is polity art?
It is an act that seeks artistic in satire that the expression of political opinion may be artistic.
If politicality is eliminated or the ideas are different from that artist, can it really be absent?
Can people like me like me sympathize with works that have a political impact on socialism and communism?
I think that it is the point in watching the political art that it seems that it is an art due to political mismatch.

I like watching art.
To be honest, it may be difficult to understand if there is artistic.
You can see the historical masterpieces of the world or look at the works of up -and -coming contemporary artists.
Religion and history of different cultures.
If you don't know the author's activities and the background of the work, you may encounter works that you can't reach the writer's true intentions.

Elgreco's concept announcement

Around 1590-1603, Elgreco's "Necification Notice" Ohara Museum

Maurizio Caterelan Comedian

2019 Maurizio Kateran's "Comedian" and David Datuna eating it"Hungry Artist"

However, it may be a Western religious painting, or the installation of a contemporary artist.
Rarely striking striking strikes and ecstasy that half of the brain seem to melt.
There is a moment when light is given from above and you can not move as if you were tied up.

You can feel even if you do not know.
Such charms also exist. Things that cannot be explained in words
I also know that people can be attractive to those that are beyond their understanding.
And maybe it was more fashionable than art.

Even if you don't know the brand.
If you wear it, you will want it. You didn't want to buy it, but you bought it.

I think there is an unavoidable charm that cannot be raised to clothes.

So, how did you feel the most important thing?
What did you think of when you looked at the finished work?
I think it's all about it.

In particular, this time is art and fashion.
You're dropped into your clothes.

Now, let's take a look at the items of Susque this season.

"Horse" CHINA JACKET of SasquatchFabbrix.
"Horse" CHINA JACKET of SasquatchFabbrix.
"Horse" CHINA JACKET of SasquatchFabbrix.
"Horse" CHINA JACKET of SasquatchFabbrix.

SasquatchFabrix. "Horse" CHINA JACKET ¥ 60,500- (Taxin)

Sweat Pants of SasquatchFabbrix.
Sweat Pants of SasquatchFabbrix.
Sweat Pants of SasquatchFabbrix.
Sweat Pants of SasquatchFabbrix.
Sweat Pants of SasquatchFabbrix.

The work I chose at the store this season
It was a work that I felt that it was depicting a compassionate producer and a beautiful human.
I think that there were many works in nature and later years.

Kenji Suzuki "Appearance"

Around 1959 Kenji Suzuki Print Illustration Nyora Fushikura

Kenji Suzuki "Horse"

Around 1962 Kenji Suzuki Print Illustration Nyora Fushikura

A casual scenery of casual everyday.
The people there.
What is beauty?
What do people feel beautiful?

I thought there was no political thought there.

I was worried about accelerating modernization and transformational values
I don't think it is other to the writers at that time.

Look at the people who live desperately now and draw. There is something I want to convey there.

Nowadays, I call again the weather that has become commonplace.
Susque thoughts. Watching the work of Kenji Suzuki who chose it now and the clothes that followed it
What do you think?

I would be glad if you could tell me your impressions.

Then, again.