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Wave – Currents in Japanese graphic arts – Japan House

Wave, currents in Japanese graphic arts, 6th July to 22nd October in in the basement at Japan House, Kensington High Street, London. Featuring work from established artists and a plethora of new talent. Free entry. Some of the show highlights (for me at least) reproduced below.

Wave at Japan House
Wave exhibition at Japan House
Yukishita Mayu
Yukishita Mayu’s stunning large scale work (Untitled) waits at the end of the entrance gallery. Part photo realistic, the enlarged eyes and dark undertones hit at something that makes the image sit uncomfortably with you.
Shichinohe Masaru - Doll Play
Beautiful work by Shichinohe Masaru – ‘Doll Play’
Itō Keiji - 'Five Tones'
Itō Keiji – ‘Five Tones’
Moriguchi Yūji-wall
Large scale work by Moriguchi Yūji-wall, ‘Denouement’
Kawamura Kōsuke
Kawamura Kōsuke, influenced by the American artist Winston Smith
Enomoto Mariko, artist
Enomoto Mariko – ‘Blue’
Shiriagari Kotobuki artist
Shiriagari Kotobuki – A Short Break
Takagi Makito artist
Takagi Makito – ‘Snap 49’
Sorayama Hajime - 'TREX B'
Sorayama Hajime – ‘TREX B’

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