Ozawa Tsuyoshi – Soy Sauce Art –

Photo by Keizo Kioku

INFORMATION

After presenting Soy Sauce Art Museum, in which Ozawa used soy sauce to paint and display masterpieces from the history of Japanese art from ancient times to the present, Ozawa went on to create the Soy Sauce Art series, in which he used real soy sauce to paint masterpieces from the history of art in Japan and abroad. This imaginary genre of painting has become one of Ozawa’s important work. This work is a reference to Andy Warhol’s Elvis. By depicting Warhol’s pop culture icon Elvis with soy sauce, a domestic symbol of Japan, the work raises questions about the origins of contemporary art history in post-war Japan and art history in the world, including today’s Japan that has seemingly achieved modernization and westernization. This imaginary genre of painting also raises new questions about the system of “Art” itself.

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WORKS

Ozawa Tsuyoshi
Soy Sauce Art: Andy Warhol
2013
Soy sauce, acrylic medium, gesso on canvas
140 x 210 x 3.5cm 箱145 x 210 x 8cm
Ozawa Tsuyoshi
Soy Sauce Art: Jean-François Millet
2012
Soy sauce, acrylic medium, cotton filter bag used for producing soy sauce
100 x 80 x 4.5cm Frame size: 110 x 90 x 7 cm
Ozawa Tsuyoshi
Soy Sauce Print:Frank Stella+ Ogata Korin
2007
Soy sauce on paper (Hanging scroll) Set of 2
89 x 140 x 2.5 cm each Box size: 171.5 x 35.5 x 11 cm
Ozawa Tsuyoshi
Soy Sauce Print: Frank Stella+ Hasegawa Tohaku
2007
Soy sauce on paper (Hanging scroll) Set of 2
88 x192.5 x 2.5 cm 89 x 140 x 2.5 cm Box size: 210 x 35.5 x 11 cm
Ozawa Tsuyoshi
Box Work 01-01
2010
Soy Sauce Print, soy sauce, wood box, cotton filter bag used for producing soy sauce
46 x 28 x 10.8 cm
Ozawa Tsuyoshi
Box Work 01-02
2010
Soy Sauce Print, soy sauce, wood box, cotton filter bag used for producing soy sauce
49 x 31 x 16 cm
Ozawa Tsuyoshi
Box Work 01-03
2010
Soy sauce print, soy sauce, wood box, cotton filter bag used for producing soy sauce, tube
47 x 29.7 x 10 cm
Ozawa Tsuyoshi
Box Work 01-05
2010v
Soy sauce print, soy sauce, wood box, wooden doll
47.5 x 30.5 x 16 cm
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