Painfully Beauteous – The Artwork of Fuco Ueda

Painfully Beauteous – The Artwork of Fuco Ueda

The internet gasped audibly when Fuco Ueda launched her website last year. Ueda’s works of in-exhalable beauty (acrylic and powdered mineral pigments on paper, cloth, and wood) are cloaked with an intangible darkness which is sometimes cloyingly subtle. However, in Fuco Ueda’s earlier works from 2000-2001 themes of stripey socks, incandescent sea creatures and schoolgirl honey drool give way to lost innocence, vulnerability, clutched skulls, and defenseless goldfish. A period so dark, it would best be described in the voice of Werner Herzog. I’ll shoot him an email.

Fuco Ueda’s prolific portfolio
via My Modern Met















Fuco Ueda’s prolific portfolio
via My Modern Met

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