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Tomoo Gokita

Bombay Sapphire #1, 2011

Acrylic on paper
11 7/10 × 8 3/10 in
29.8 × 21.2 cm
This is a unique work.
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Estimated range: HK$ 35,000 - 55,000
Generously donated by the artist and Taka Ishii Gallery

Tomoo …

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Estimated range: HK$ 35,000 - 55,000
Generously donated by the artist and Taka Ishii Gallery

Tomoo Gokita (b. 1969, Japan) has been receiving critical acclaim for his work since the 1990s. Bombay Sapphire #1 is part of a series of blue paintings that Gokita started in 2009, which he, with tongue in cheek, calls his …

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Tomoo Gokita
Japanese, b. 1969
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Tomoo Gokita’s gray-scale paintings depict archetypal figures, such as a pin-up girl or a geisha, …

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Tomoo Gokita’s gray-scale paintings depict archetypal figures, such as a pin-up girl or a geisha, with their faces concealed. With a background in graphic design, the Tokyo-based artist was initially inspired to create art by his love of manga and animation. His paintings reflect these pop cultural influences, evoking …

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About the work
Para Site Benefit Auction

Estimated range: HK$ 35,000 - 55,000
Generously donated by the artist and Taka Ishii Gallery

Tomoo …

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Estimated range: HK$ 35,000 - 55,000
Generously donated by the artist and Taka Ishii Gallery

Tomoo Gokita (b. 1969, Japan) has been receiving critical acclaim for his work since the 1990s. Bombay Sapphire #1 is part of a series of blue paintings that Gokita started in 2009, which he, with tongue in cheek, calls his …

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Image rights
Courtesy of the artist and Taka Ishii
Tomoo Gokita
Japanese, b. 1969
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Tomoo Gokita’s gray-scale paintings depict archetypal figures, such as a pin-up girl or a geisha, …

Read more

Tomoo Gokita’s gray-scale paintings depict archetypal figures, such as a pin-up girl or a geisha, with their faces concealed. With a background in graphic design, the Tokyo-based artist was initially inspired to create art by his love of manga and animation. His paintings reflect these pop cultural influences, evoking …

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Tomoo Gokita

Bombay Sapphire #1, 2011

Acrylic on paper
11 7/10 × 8 3/10 in
29.8 × 21.2 cm
This is a unique work.
Bidding closed
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