Bruce Yonemoto

Bruce Yonemoto

Bruce Yonemoto (born 1949) is a Japanese-American multimedia artist. His photographs, installations, sculptures, and films appropriate familiar narrative forms and then circumvent convention through direct, over-eager adoption of heavily clichéd dialogue, music, gestures, and scenes that click in the viewer’s memory without being identifiable. Working in collaboration with his brother, Norman Yonemoto, since 1975, Bruce Yonemoto has set out to divulge a body of work at the crossroads of television, art, commerce, and the museum/gallery world. As a complement to his body of work, Yonemoto explores intersections of traditional Japanese and contemporary American cultures. His work has been recognized by the National Endowment for the Arts, the American Film Institute, The Rockefeller Foundation, the Maya Deren Award for Experimental Film and Video, and a mid-career survey show at the Japanese American National Museum, in addition to major solo exhibitions at the InterCommunication Center in Tokyo, the Institute of Contemporary Art the University of Pennsylvania, and the Kemper Museum in Kansas City, MO. Yonemoto was featured in the 2002 Corcoran Gallery Bienniel, in Washington D.C.

Yonemoto attended Otis College of Art and Design and is a Professor of Art at [http://studioart.arts.uci.edu/faculty/resident/yonemoto.html University of California, Irvine]

External links

* [http://www.bruceyonemoto.com/ Bruce Yonemoto]
* [http://www.alexandergray.com/Artist-Detail.cfm?ArtistsID=605 Alexander Gray Associates: Bruce Yonemoto]
* [http://www.vdb.org/smackn.acgi$artistdetail?YONEMOTOB Bruce Yonemoto] in the [http://www.vdb.org/ Video Data Bank]


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