After a flourishing exhibition itinerary focused on of the most winsome declinations of Japanese Pop Surrealism in the spirit of rainbow, Dorothy Circus Gallery is ready to end its spring in great style, with its last unmissable artist belonging to the neo surrealist Japanese scene. From June the 9th DCG hosts Fuco Ueda‚Äôs astonishing first European solo show, called ‚ÄúYumei‚ÄĚ- This world and the other world", a term chosen by the artist to explain a complex philosophy of life perception which emerges from the 13 paintings on show. Those are huge canvases overflown with oriental wisdom and delicate emotions narrated by mysterious characters laying at the bottom of sea landscapes.¬†Fuco Ueda was born in Japan in 1979 and graduated from Tokyo Arts graduate school. As Yosuke Ueno and Kazuki Takamatsu, she is part of that new surrealism developed in Japan, influenced by Yoshitomo Nara and Kawashima, and by the richest and most personal imaginaries that make this art pure and its artists extremely innovative. Currently Fuco Ueda is part of a group show started in April 22nd lasting until May 21st at the 21st Century Museum of Art in Kanazawa, Japan, and focusing on the unusual theme of goldfish expressed through the most bizarre variations thought by the artist.