Markings: Signed, titled, dated and numbered on the front
Condition: Mint, as issued
Publisher: Kaikai Kiki Co., Ltd., Tokyo
Other: This work is a recent acquisition and not yet with us. Please enquire for further details about the work and its arrival.
ABOUT THE WORK:
Takashi Murakami (Japanese, b. 1962) is internationally renowned for his playful negotiation of various artistic styles and traditions. Often combining Nihonga, a 19th-century Japanese painting style, with contemporary manga and Japanese pop culture, Murakami’s work is underpinned by a sharp wit. Drawing on his keen awareness of art history and contemporary visual culture, Murakami engages in a layered evaluation on consumer practices and contemporary life. He coined the term “Superflat” to describe the cultural commentary and aesthetic preferences characteristic of his work and other contemporary Japanese art. Murakami is also the founder and president of the art management corporation, Kaikai Kiki Co., Ltd.
For the purpose of transparency, please see below our condition definitions used to describe each artwork on our store:
Mint, as issued
A print that is sold in the same condition as issued by the publisher. It has never been framed and has no apparent condition issues.
New, as issued
A sculpture that is sold in the same condition as issued by the publisher. It has not been displayed and has no apparent condition issues that were not inherent in the production or manufacture of the work.
An artwork that is sold with no apparent condition issues.
An artwork that is sold with one or a very small number of very minor or inconspicuous imperfections. Please refer to the individual artwork listing for additional information.
An artwork that is sold with one or more minor condition issue. Please refer to the individual artwork listing for additional information.
An artwork that is sold with one or more condition issues that are not minor in nature. The price of the artwork has been adjusted to reflect the condition. Please refer to the individual artwork listing for additional information.
An artwork that is sold with one or more condition issue that is significant in nature. The price of the artwork has been adjusted to reflect the condition. Please refer to the individual artwork listing for additional information.
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Last update: 17 July 2020
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