Author: Yuko Otomo

Yuko Otomo is a visual artist and poet of Japanese origin. She also writes art criticism, essays & translations. Her visual art, which focuses on the study of "pure abstraction," has been shown at Tribes Gallery, Anthology Film Archives Courthouse Gallery, ABC No Rio, Brecht Forum, Gallery 128, Knitting Factory, Vision Festival, and elsewhere. She has read her work at New York City venues including St. Mark's Poetry Project, Bowery Poetry Club, Tonic, The Stone, Knitting Factory, NY Public Library, Issue Project Room, Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Nest, Pink Pony, Nuyorican Poet's Cafe, and in Germany, France and Japan. Her books include ANONYMOUS LANDSCAPE (Lithic Press, 2019), Garden: Selected Haiku (Beehive Press), Genesis (Sisyphus Press), Small Poems (Ugly Duckling Presse), The Hand of the Poet (UDP), STUDY & Other Poems on Art (UDP), Elements (Feral Press), KOAN (New Feral Press) & FROZEN HEATWAVE (Luna Bisonte Prods, 2017) a poetry collaboration project with Steve Dalachinksy. She lives in New York City.

Anonymous Landscape
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Anonymous Landscape

Lithic Press

Poetry. Asian & Asian American Studies. In a country renowned to be possessive of its language—France—Yuko Otomo composed her manifesto ANONYMOUS LANDSCAPE. There are no raised fists, no resentments, no confrontations, and only a modicum of regret. ...

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