Masaya Chiba “What to Do With Memories by Utilizing Things Such as Indirect Lighting in Light Box Style, Yatsuzaki Halo, Feeling of Wanting to Kiss, Family Story, Sagamihara Stone Burger, Forget Medusa, and Element 50m Ahead”

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[Image: Masaya Chiba "Family Story" (2017) oil on canvas, 61x73cm]

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Masaya Chiba has already produced numerous inventive works that deserve high regard as major achievements in early 21st-century painting. The greatness of his work lies in the tension and fearlessness of his faithfully carrying on painting traditions, old and new, Eastern and Western, while at the same time using painting to tackle the existing narratives of contemporary art head-on. Today, when we are well on the road to a world dependent on artificial intelligence, Chiba continues to pursue a unique artistic practice of tremendous significance to present and future generations. This exhibition will present a group of paintings based on new concepts, as well as a selection of drawings from Chibaʼs existing body of work.

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from October 20, 2017 to November 18, 2017

Opening Reception on 2017-10-20 from 18:00 to 20:00

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Masaya Chiba

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