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Broadcast on July 29, 2022

"Nos sumus luna, Vmbra luceat."

Goto Yumeno | Artist


CV

1996

Born in Tokyo, Japan


2019

Graduated from Joshibi University of Art and Design, majoring in Western painting


2022

Tokyo University of the Arts, Graduate School of Fine Arts, Major in Oil Painting (First Research Laboratory)



Awards

2022

77th Tokyo University of the Arts Graduation Works Exhibition, “Power of Art Prize"


2022

Tsukuba Award of Art, "Award for Excellence”


2019

Graduation work, Joshibi University of Art and Design, "Museum Encouragement Award,” "Memorial Award of Yoshiyuki Kato” (valedictorian)

Tokyo University of the Arts, "Kaichi Ohashi Memorial Award”
55th Kanagawa Art Exhibition, “Semi-Grand Prix”
Kamiyama Foundation scholarship



Exhibition

2022

The 77th Tokyo University of the Arts Graduation Works Exhibition

tagboat Art Fair 2022
“grid” (biscuit gallery, Shibuya, Tokyo)
Born New Art (+ ART GALLERY, Tokyo)
Goto Yumeno solo exhibition "Nos sumus Luna, Vmbra luceat" (biscuit gallery)


2021

"nine colors XV” (SEIBU Gallery, Shibuya, Tokyo)

"Hazy memories” (SOGO Galley, Yokohama)
“tagboat ART SHOW” (HANKYU MEN’S, Tokyo)


2020

solo exhibition "Bacchus,Aradia,Moondances.” (HANKYU MEN’S Tokyo, tagboat gallery )

“Shibuya Style vol.16” (SEIBU Gallery, Shibuya, Tokyo)
"tagboat × Hyakudan Kaidan Exhibition” (Hotel GajoenTokyo)
"Collectors’ Collective vol.2” (MEDEL GALLERY SHU, Tokyo)
“Tsukuba Award of Art” (SEIBU Ikebukuro art gallery, Tokyo)


2019

tagboat presents "Art Libration Zone” (TENOHA Daikanyama, Tokyo)

“Hyakki Yagyo (pandemonium) Exhibition” (Geidai Art Plaza/Tokyo University of the Arts, Tokyo)
55th Kanagawa Prefectural Art Exhibition (Kanagawa Kenmin Hall, Yokohama)
"Small Paintings Exhibition” (Geidai Art Plaza/Tokyo University of the Arts, Tokyo)


2018

“SPIRAL INDEPENDENT CREATORS FESTIVAL/SICF 19” (SPIRAL/Wacoal Art Center, Tokyo)

1st solo exhibition “Voyage” (THE SECRET MUSEUM, Tokyo)


Interview

QHow did you become an artist?
AIt was the support of the people around me that made it possible for me to paint the pictures I do now.
QWhat is the most important thing you value most as an artist?
ANow that I am standing in front of my painting in this world.
Now that I am drawing in response with the body to what is happening in the world right now.
It does not depict a fantasy world of escapism only, nor is it about going out of style.
It is important to always be sensitive to what your physical senses and inherited blood respond to.
QDo you have a message for people around the world?
APaintings painted in the present day are impregnated with the atmosphere of the times.
Fifty years, a hundred years, hundreds of years, a thousand years, and beyond, when people in the future look back on the past, the paintings of today and the many things happening in the world today, in other words, those dots will be connected to the line.