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Yoskay Yamamoto and Melissa Haslam :: Solo Exhibitions
Yoskay Yamamoto and Melissa Haslam :: Solo Exhibitions
Yoskay Yamamoto :: 'Hello and Goodbye'

Melissa Haslam :: 'Wild Fields' in our project room

OPENING RECEPTION: Saturday, May 9th, 7-10p

www.lebasseprojects.com for more details.

LeBasse Projects is proud to announce, 'Hello and Goodbye,' a solo exhibition from Japanese artist Yoskay Yamamoto. This will be the artist's second major solo exhibition, and will mark his largest body of work to date both in size and scale. The show represents a breakthrough in work from Yamamoto, and will reflect a continuation of intimate statements of self-expression that began in his last exhibition 'The Upside of Down.'

Opening in conjunction with Yamamoto's show is 'Wild Fields,' an exhibition from Australian artist Melissa Haslam. This will be the artist's first solo exhibition, and will mark her largest body of work to date. Haslam's work will be showcased in the gallery's Project Room.

For her first solo Haslam has concerned herself with a series of interactions and connections between humans and nature. Specifically focused on interrupted cycles of life, we see characters in the work becoming part of a natural world where they shouldn't be, yet nature has adapted to include them. We see a fascination in the paintings with imitating nature taming it, rearranging it, and striving to be a part of it

Yoskay Yamamoto "Hello and Goodbye" Video Teaser from Modus Films on Vimeo.
karien deroo commented on August 9, 2009 9:29am
beautiful work...
Niel Quisaba commented on March 16, 2010 12:20am
wow! i always love your work!
Laura Brightwood commented on June 14, 2010 5:25am
It hits my eyes like a visual Mary Oliver.
Cohen commented on July 1, 2010 8:49am
love your work.