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Variaciones y autonomía. Grabados contemporáneos de Japón

[Variations and autonomy. Contemporary prints from Japan]


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  • From July 18, 2017 to Aug. 20, 2017

  • Tuesday through Friday, 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. | Saturdays and Sundays, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.

  • Segundo piso. Exposiciones temporarias

  • 36 works on display

  • Curator: Kyoji TAKIZAWA

The Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes present the exhibition Variations and Autonomy. Contemporary Prints from Japan, organized jointly by the Cultural Center of the Japanese Embassy, the Japan Foundation and Evaristo Cultural, and curated by Kyoji Takizawa, from the Museum of Graphic Arts of the City of Machida.By way of 36 prints created by artists over the last 70 years, we can glimpse the imprint of an age-old tradition brought up-to-date through an appeal to ancient techniques – woodcut, lithograph, silkscreen – that allow them to take up the classic themes of world art. Artists: Masanari MURAI, Toshinobu ONOSATO, Yasukazu TABUCHI, Yayoi KUSAMA, Natsuyuki NAKANISHI, Hitoshi NAKAZATO, Tomoharu MURAKAMI, Naoyoshi HIKOSAKA, Kosai HORI, Toeko TATSUNO.

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