Perhaps most impressive are Yoshimoto's larger, more recent works, including his fusuma
, or sliding door paintings, reproduced in vibrant color and fine detail.
In Tokyo Tokyo Trinoma, Acuna took inspiration from Japanese Fusuma
Screens and the pop-neo-anime culture of Japan streets.
Fuji, 2017, is of black marker on aluminum foil ("fake silver," according to the artist) attached to sliding-door panels (fusuma
One final highlight of the exhibition was Murakami's large acrylic panel painting Dragon in Clouds--Red Mutation: The version I painted myself in annoyance after Professor Nobuo told me, "Why don't you paint something yourself for once?" (2010), which was juxtaposed with Shohaku's Dragon in Clouds (1763), a fusuma
(sliding door painting) from the Edo period.
Other jobs include making sliding paper doors (fusuma
), caregiving services, teaching children, and being a concierge for bicycle parking spaces or sports facilities.
(1.) Mantovani MF, Maciel KF, Pelinski A, Gaio DM, Fusuma
F, Ulbrich E.
Words like futon, tatami, fusuma
, and shoji required translators to add explanatory footnotes, incorporate explanations into the text, or blur the English.
These spaces can be further altered in terms of size: the walls dividing one room from another are sliding screens (fusuma
(1830) on the screens which were originally a Fusuma
Screens of all types have been used in Japan since at least the 7th century AD, but very few examples survive from before the Muromachi period (1333-1568), when folding screens (byobu) and sliding-door screens (fusuma
) became the most important formats for professional artists.
El unico pais de Suramerica que reporta secuencias de VIH-2 en la base de datos de Los Alamos es Brasil, ademas de los casos recientes descritos en Venezuela (Torres et al., 2007; Rangel et al., 2009) asociado igualmente a un evento de transmision en el pais (Fusuma
et al., 2005).