Tokyo Midtown

Yukino Ohmura, “Tokyo city view” Tokyo Midtown Programs

5/26(Sat) 10:00 - 5/27(Sun) 18:00
Tokyo Midtown Plaza 1F
[Participation fee]
At first glance, Yukino Ohmura’s work appears to be a night scene, but on closer inspection, it is in fact made of stickers. This work jolts the general concepts that we carry with us unconsciously. Regardless of medium, a single idea can create something priceless, leading to exciting changes. By replacing images with mass produced stationery goods, Ohmura issues a wake-up call to the day to day deterioration caused by digital and electronic power, as well as the environmental destruction this causes.


Yukino Ohmura

Born in 1988, lives in Tokyo. In 2013 graduated from the Oil Painting Course, Faculty of Art and Design, Tama Art University. After winning the Audience Award at the Tokyo Midtown Award 2012 she was covered by a large number of media including the TV programs “A-ho” and “Sukkiri!” Her work has been purchased by Andaz Xintiandi Shanghai, a hotel in the Grand Hyatt chain. Also, she held a one-man exhibition in France this January at the request of the Tokyo Convention & Visitors Bureau.