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The asking price for ''Hiropon'' started at $65,000 and was instantly bid past the estimated $80,000-120,000 price range.
Takahashi's efforts to connect manga style with pictorial conventions of traditional Japanese art ally her loosely with the superflat art of Takashi Murakami and his Hiropon Factory.
This team (mostly young artists who work as acolyte-assistants at Murakami's Hiropon Factory studio in the suburbs of Tokyo) spent months bringing the show's fourteen large-scale paintings through production, from sketch to computer animation to painstakingly old-fashioned brushwork.
A critical insight that Murakami has developed into a product line (the Hiropon Factory, for example, includes a gift shop), the concept has arrived in this country in three-part synergy: This group of paintings coincided with a sculptural installation, 'Wink," in Grand Central Terminal's Vanderbilt Hall; meanwhile, on the West Coast, Murakami's curatorial effort, "Superflat," a survey of young Japanese artists, was on view at LA MOCA's Pacific Design Center annex.
Murakami's best-known works to date (Hiropon, 1997, and My Lonesome Cowboy, 1998) are two life-size male and female figures endowed with extrahuman ...