The Fish is a sculpture created at the International Open-air Sculpture Workshop in Wdzydze Kiszewskie in 1993 by the Japanese artist Zenichi Yokoyama.
In the granite block, you can infer the shapes of a fanciful fish: the outline of a pointed snout, fins and scales made of geometric figures.
Zenichi Yokoyama, an artist born in 1940, is a graduate of the Tokyo University of Fine Arts and Music, where he studied in 1959–1965. He spent the next five years studying at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris. He works in wood, stone and bronze. He is a member of the Japan Artists Association and is considered one of the most important Japanese artists. He takes an active part in international open-air workshops and sculpture symposiums. He visited Poland again in 2010 for the Granite Sculpture Symposium in Strzegom.
Author: Zenichi Yokoyama (1940-)