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Daiba Rainbow Bridge akebono no kei Silver

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Year: 2021 Medium: Pigmented ink on silver paper Dimension: 30.9 x 21.6 x 0.3 cm / 12.2 x 8.5 x 0.1 in Edition: 8 (1 remaining) Signature: Hand-signed by artist, back This work includes a certificate of authenticity, and black frame. Inspired by Hiroshige Utagawa A work with hope for tomorrow, made on the day of a special announcement. This work is brought to life in a period where one could not go outside and the country was in a state of emergency due to COVID-19. This work was presented on the day the curfew period was finally lifted, and was named "Akebono no kei" (meaning "view at dawn") with hope for tomorrow. Hiroshige's "Kanda Myojin Akebono no kei", No. 10 from "One Hundred Famous Views of Edo" was the inspiration for the title of this work. During the coronavirus pandemic, many rainbows were seen as a symbol of hope in the world, so the Rainbow Bridge was a symbol for hope in Tokyo. This work expresses the state of hope illuminated by the morning sun. コロナ禍の緊急事態宣言での外出自粛期間中、作家は夜景「よる之景」シリーズを制作していました。本作は、ついに外出自粛が解除される日に発表、明日への希望を込めた「曙之景」です。広重の「名所江戸百景」第十景「神田明神曙之景」をタイトルのヒントにしながら描かれています。コロナ禍では、世界的で希望の象徴として虹が多く描かれました、本作では東京の虹(希望)としてレインボーブリッジが朝日に照らされる様子を描いています。

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