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Artist Name

Yumi Bancon

Hometown: Kanagawa

Based in: Kanagawa

Japanese female artist born in Tokyo, spent 27 years in Paris where she learned fashion design, and worked with Jean-Charles de Castelbajac.
Came back to Tokyo in 1999, where she currently resides and works.
Her experience in Paris and in Europe where the culture of stones dominates made her choose paper as her main raw material, also in connection with Japanese culture. Since 1990, she has made "stars", wether graphical or thoroughly crafted, her trademark icon, using them in the majority of her works of mixed media (photography, collage, drawing, taping and knitting).
1986 - 2019: 13 solo exhibitions in Paris, in New York, in Tokyo, in Kyoto and in Okinawa.
7 group shows in Paris, in Tours, in Florence, in Plovdiev and in Tokyo.

 



More About Yumi Bancon

Question IconWhat inspires you?

Ordinary landscapes with buildings, streets, and nature such as trees or plants, especially in cities where I live and where I visited .

Question IconDescribe your creative process.

First, I take photos, I select the photos, then I look for the way to combine with a star inside the photo.

Question IconWho are some artists that have influenced your work?

David Hockney and Hiroshige.


Collections Featuring Yumi Bancon

3 Collections

Art Pieces That Capture the Spirit of the Season

Art Pieces That Capture the Spirit of the Season

52 Artists, 65 Products

Last updated: December 21, 2023

Architectural Photography

Architectural Photography

38 Artists, 61 Products

Last updated: November 22, 2023

Barbie Pink Collection

Barbie Pink Collection

54 Artists, 66 Products

Last updated: July 27, 2023


Articles Featuring Yumi Bancon

1 Article


Credentials

Exhibitions

Pretence 3

Japan, 2008

Pretence 2

Japan, 2007

stars, books, tea

United States of America, 2006

Paper Tiles

Japan, 2005

Street Gallery

Japan, 2004

Hiroshige Land

Japan, 2003

Filature

Japan, 2002

Drawings and collages

Japan, 2002

Star Wars Saga

Japan, 2001

Collages

France, 1991

Fashion and automobile

France, 1986