Kumi Machida "à Sade"
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By choosing materials such as India ink and pigment on fine flaxen paper, Kumi Machida projects the beloved Japanese motifs of Cupies and bobbed-hair children in a twisted present time, based in anxiety. The very peculiar, subtle brush lines shown on the works were made by repeating fine lines of India ink. This artisan-like process of creation adds ardour upon apparently inorganic works. Tada's fascinations are represented in a mysterious world.
In her first exhibition at Nishimura Gallery, 18 works from "The Romance of the School of Libertinage" (Marquis de Sade) and 10 new works are exhibited.
From 2005-03-15 To 2005-04-02