With an illustrious career stretching over 40 years, Japanese printmaker Kurosaki Akira has mastered the traditional woodblock genre of ukiyo-e, which was popular from the 17th century on, adapting it with more modern images including geometric abstractions and personal interpretations of the world. He presents three series at Ardel, with the Forbidden Zone reflecting the melancholy of the 2011 Tsunami.
Until March 8
Ardel Gallery of Modern Art
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