The exhibition “Takashi Murakami: Lineage of Eccentrics” includes both museum arts and Nobuo Tsuji works. Nobuo Tsuji, a historian, coined the term “lineage of eccentric” to describe Japanese outlier artists whose “lineage” is not a traditional master discipline in the relationship, but rather one in which culture can be displayed through the use of artistic objects. The term “exhibition” refers to the act of displaying or displaying something for the benefit of others. Artwork, on the other hand, is the visible application of human creative skill and imagination. For example, sculpture and painting can be used to preserve cultural heritage in various societies. This analysis and commentary paper is based on the culture of people which can be displayed by use of arts in places like the museum. The art is trying to show how Japanese culture was conducted by use of rock paintings. The culture might involve dressing mode, eating mode and the way people conduct other activities like ceremonial events in the society. This research paper explains about the art exhibition in distribution and exchange of culture in societies.
Figure 1: lineage of eccentric
To begin with, the figure above indicates cultural transmission in the Japanese society. The painting The figure can be traced most in an archaeological site as well as museum sites. In addition, at the museum of fine arts in Boston is where the above arts can be found.
Secondly, Takashi Murakami contemporary works are one of the most imaginative and important artists working today, with the collection of Japanese art everything has juxtaposed with treasures from the MFA’s renowned. The exhibition shows how Murakami’s contemporary vision is richly inflected by changes in conversation with the historical past. Presence of history in the past can be traced by application of archaeological knowledge which can be traced in various place especially the historical sites. The Murakami’s historical past on Japanese art is framed by a creative dialogue with great Japanese art historian by the name professor Nobuo Tsuji. Together, professor Tsuji and Murakami have chosen the objects on view in the exhibition. These chosen objects comprise of sculpture and paintings created by artists in the direct response to Japanese masterpieces from the MFA’s collection such as Soga Shohaku’s 35-foot-long Dragon and clouds in addition to the Heiji Scroll which occurred in second half of 13 century. It is among the Japanese art famous works outside of Japan.
Figure 2: sculpture and paintings
Furthermore, the figure above is a historical artifact being exhibited by the Murakami in the Japanese which historically is showing the existence of man’s remains. Using such paintings and sculpture, it is very possible to enable people to adopt culture from art exhibition. This painting can appear in the rock painting and historically are very usable when it comes to historical matters. Not only animal paintings can appear but also people’s hut can be painted to indicate the type of shelter they live. The sculpture and painting can indicate the age of the remains when studied by historian using various data collection methods, for instance, by using archaeological methods.
Figure 3: rock painting
The figure in Japanese by Murakami indicates rock painting by historian to indicate presence of history.
Figure 4: photographic art
Besides that, the international photographic art which is the largest took place at the Grand Palais. It was also a kind of art exhibition which indicated a big number of the diverse range of artists and galleries from all over the word took place from 9-12 November and brought people together to discuss their historical facts. The presence of gallery is very important because it deals with fine art photography since the 20th century. This year’s Paris photo, they will display the one of Paul Mpagi Sepuya who is an American artist dealing with the nature of relationships between the subject and artist. Certain vulnerability and eroticism are exuded by his works which seem to offer some insight towards a photographer’s studio. To find out more about his work, art dependence was caught up. His work shows some sought of historical sculptures and contains some interesting photographs of Rodin’s studio. The legacy behind his works is very important to historian because the next generation will depend on his legacy of fine artistic arts.
Figure 5: LAFONTAINE, Marie-Jo, Ecce Homo. Diasec with fixation at the back. 80 x 160 x 3,7 cm. 2013-2017. Courtesy Marie-Jo Lafontaine
Moreover, some cultural significance is attached to the art of the world internationally and brings to the attention that there is a problem with under-representation of the female artist like the figure shown above. When addressing that problem, there seems to have very much jury. In the German context, a study conducted at Hertie School of governance at Berlin to address the problem. It was found that the female number which conducted such research was very few thus it is important to scrutinize up the problem. The percentage of the cultural workforce in the German that could undertake research in historical facts using art was around 48%. The desire of the women to engage in the art world was very low. An unveiled project which was done behind the UN-SCR-1325 exhibition it showed how female line up had been included and had provided many platforms for the female artist. The classical theme of humanity was the project aim which was represented in Belgium art. The research conducted in this scenario exhibition show that 17 out of 63 artists on the exhibition are female. Moreover, the aim of the exhibition aims at extending the art of historical concept of ‘Ecce Homo’. Secularizing in the western world brought the concept which made the public forget much of its culture.
Figure 6: BERVOETS, Fred, Love. Painted sketch. 74 x 104 cm. 2017. Courtesy De Zwarte Panter, Antwerp
The figure above indicates painted sketch which denotes a lot meaning to historical facts.
Figure 7: five classics of modern Philippine art
In addition, there is the conflict between the views and the rules of the academy and the innovative methods of the modernist usually mark the history of modern Philippine art. During the colonial period is when the academic style was raised up in Spanish. The emergence of 13 modernists brought turning point which included artists who had received education abroad and had come in contact with various experimental and new styles. There was lack of originality and rigidness as which come up as a result of argument which had claimed that official art was relied too much on the exactness of representation and was too photographic. One of the most famous paintings during colonial was the one painted Juan in the style of neo-classicism “Las Damas Romanas” new wave of nationalism was influenced by the arrival of the Americans which was best shown in the art of Fernando Amorsolo. The traditional folk scene was the art of the period as an embodiment of the imagined sense of the nationhood. The arts usually represent pastimes, customs and occupations are among the most recognizable motifs which are employed. Amorsolo in hindsight was criticized by some historian for painting an idealized version of what life was like that period while others have argued that paintings reflected the people’s desire to run away from ambiguous reality to simplicity.
Figure 8: Back to the Future Section – Artissima 2017, Oval Turin – Photo Silvia Mangosio
Similarly, in the figure above, newly established galleries are met which mainly exhibit their young stars. There is also coming up with artists from their early 30s to late 40s. A generation comes up with statements c concerning the art of ages of the excess. Art exhibition involves a lot of creativity and ambition where people have to exercise their practical skills to come up with paintings and sculptures.
In conclusion, Takashi Murakami: Lineage of Eccentrics was conducted latest at the museum of fine arts. It combined the already works of the renowned Japanese artist. Several big names worked with the Murakami which included a pop culture icon. He created the art which covered the Kanye West album. His collaboration with Nobuo Tsuji who was Japanese art historian together with curator Anne Nishimura highlights artistic vision which extends present to past. Some reasons have been developed as to why a trip should be taken over to the MFA to view the “lineage of Eccentrics”. The reasons include a rare glimpse into the past, take a self, Boston homecoming, masterpieces and old meets new. Lastly, it is advisable to emphasize the art exhibition because it will enable historical facts to be covered easily.