|Title: ||Ludwig Wittgenstein/ 2011 |
|Artist: ||Satoshi Kinoshita ||
Japanese Contemporary Fine Art Gallery of New York, Inc. proudly presents SATOSHI KINOSHITA's "Selected Works 1986-2006". His main private collectors are in New York, London, Paris, Tokyo, Berlin, Amsterdam, Osaka and Sydney. His 15 Years Retrospective Collection (over 100 photographs), "SATOSHI KINOSHITA PHOTOGRAPHS (1986-2001)" acquired by National Library of Australia (Canberra) in 2002. We offer different sections of his artworks. Please choose from the Artwork Sections below.
"We now have more than 1,000 artworks of Satoshi Kinoshita on our website" - July 16, 2005.
Before studying Zen, men are men and mountains are mountains. Am I a butterfly dreaming that I am a man?
Cultivate in yourself a good similarity with the chaos of the surrounding ether. Life is the sum total of all the little things that happen.
In Zen they say: If something is boring after two minutes, try it for four. At the same time, what concerns me now is quantity.
People are always saying that the East is the East and the West is the West and you have to keep from mixing them up. But consider, my dear, how dull life would be without a little uncertainty in it.
-Satoshi Kinoshita (inspired by John Cage), 2004.
Beware of the artist who's an intellectual also. The artist who doesn't fit.
-F. Scott Fitzgerald
Artwork Sections (number of works in section)