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Back to close-ups of the eyes by Yoshihiro Fujita at Galerie Jacob Paulett

About

Statement

The Fujitas inspiration comes from the world of Japanese comics and cartoons, which have become a worldwide trend in the last decade, thanks to various computer games as well as the eminent animators such as Hayao Miyazaki.

Press Release

Eyes are some of the most potent indicators of various moods and intentions, both in real life and in cartoons. Given that us humans cannot control the size of our pupils, it takes just a little bit of eye language study to successfully decode a person’s state of mind just by looking into their eyes. Fujita’s paintings are depicting the most diverse states of mind, even though they are not …

Eyes are some of the most potent indicators of various moods and intentions, both in real life and in cartoons. Given that us humans cannot control the size of our pupils, it takes just a little bit of eye language study to successfully decode a person’s state of mind just by looking into their eyes. Fujita’s paintings are depicting the most diverse states of mind, even though they are not representing the real human eyes. It is amusing to note different moods of his characters, such as fear, excitement, self-confidence or shyness, especially because his paintings are focused on eyes only. In …

Location

Galerie Jacob Paulett
45 rue Chapon
PARIS, FR